This one came across my feed from ACLU Iowa. Some of us were closer to the action than our “grandmothers” – who, in many cases, predated the pro-choice movement. Where were you during the fight? Share your stories of you, your mother, your grandmother, (or?) who fought for their rights.
Do you think there is room in the Democratic “Big Tent” for Pro-Lifers? If not, who do you think needs to be primaried?
Conversation starter. This is an artwork that was created as a statement about the tarriffs. What do you think? Should this be considered free speech? Even when it is not quite true?
Another state, Louisiana, passes a 6 week ban. Their Democratic governor plans to sign it.
The US is rated one of the 10 most dangerous countries for women. This is the ONLY western country to make the list. The US is ranked along with Syria – read the article, then come back and comment!
Where do YOU stand?
Of the 102 veterans serving in Congress, these four are the only women. I ran for Congress to make a difference – as a woman, and as a veteran. There are many glass ceilings to be broken. Don’t be fooled by people who might want to break glass, but don’t want to make a difference.
Read here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2016/08/02/congresss-four-female-combat-veterans-are-speaking-up-on-military-issues/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.9cec90c8c098
Charging President Donald Trump was never an option, said Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in his first public comments on the investigation. He emphasized, several times, that charging a sitting president was not allowed, citing Justice Department guidelines that prohibit charging a sitting president. He also noted that other means are available via Congress (although he didn’t explicitly mention the term “impeachment”).