by Naseem Rakha, Oregon Capital ChronicleJune 30, 2022 The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe made it clear that the “wall of separation between church and state” that founding father Thomas Jefferson described as integral to the Constitution, has been breached. The majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson came from… Read More
What if Judge Brett Kavanaugh were to say I am sorry.
You know what really pisses me off about the whole “Women should be punished” for having an abortion comment made by Donald Trump to MSNBC’s Chris Mathews? It’s all these pro-lifers who have come out screaming about how terrible of a thing that was to say. These women are “victims”… Read More
If you’ve filled out a form on Google lately you probably have seen a brand new option when it comes to Gender. Instead of the standard Male and Female, people can now choose Other. I just found a video about one of my town’s “others.” In it, then-Mayor, Stu Rasmussen… Read More
1967 – Kathrine Switzer of Syracuse found herself being physically attacked and told to “get the hell out of my race,” by Boston Marathon Race Director Jack Semple. I run. Correction. I jog a nice easy 10 minute mile (if I am lucky). Point is. I get up, get on my shoes,… Read More