I just added The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore to the Recommended Reading List. Moore’s book is the true story of Elizabeth Packard. Set primarily in 1860s America, it reads like a version of The Handmaid’s Tale, except is is true. It chronicles the lack of independence women of the era experienced and the asylum system.
Everyone should read this book but especially younger women and those who don’t believe the MAGA crowd is evil. This is the era many on the right thought was the last time America was great.
It is rare that the Sunday article deals with more than one event. Today I’m citing three which I believe have one “common denominator” (albeit of greatly different degrees). That common denominator is acting poorly.
Continue reading The Foes, The Insurrectionists And The Misguided
Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is one of my favorite senators. She often expresses my true desires better than almost anyone in elected office. Feasibility, at least at the moment, is often another matter. Today is one of those cases.
Continue reading Sorry This Time Liz
It was just a bit before 9 pm Monday night when the alert came across my phone’s screen. It’s Saturday afternoon and I’m still as angry. I knew I had the week’s biggest political story and nothing has changed in the interceding days.
Continue reading Easy Choice; Tough Article
I’m back to my version of live blogging. While I was away the world went on. Did it ever! I’d like to briefly reflect on a few of the events that effect us all and finish with a personal experience.
Continue reading The World: Ours And Mine