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Progressive Sweeping XXXIX

Lots to get to so let’s get going.

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Lousy Legacy ’23 Part I

The Roberts Court will go down as one of, if not, the worst in American history. My fear is that they may actually facilitate the end of American history, as I could recognize it anyway. I expected to write a single article along these lines after Tuesday decision came down. Now I plan on two days and hope that will be somewhat sufficient. Continue reading Lousy Legacy ’23 Part I

My Little Bit Of Sunlight

In 1914 Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis observed, “Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants…”. Today I’d like to shed a bit (I fear inadequate) sunlight on the problem of Black maternal mortality in America. Racism and inequity are common themes in my writing but today I’d like to concentrate on this one aspect of them.

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Progressive Sweeping XVII

I’m planning on being away for a few days soon so what better time to do some sweeping?

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