Monthly Archives: December 2016

Empowering Underpants

How we’re losing our true freedoms I’ve been sitting on the fence for so long when it comes to women’s undergarments that my derrière is numb. So today’s New York Times story about knickers made by women for women without a … Continue reading

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Good News, But

Remain vigilant  Sunday—a day punctuated by football games and family dinners—is a poor timing choice for breaking important news, but the US Army Corps of Engineers announced today it “would not approve permits for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline … Continue reading

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Dread: locked and loaded

When Paralysis Takes Hold I am filled with dread as November comes to a close. November should have been cause for celebration: Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by a substantial margin and American Indians brought attention to craven injustices … Continue reading

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