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If Doug Jones does this, he will win Alabama.

I’ve been very worried about the far-right religious demagogue and pedophile Roy Moore winning Alabama.   He and his Democratic opposition, Doug Jones, have been running neck and neck, and even after 9 women spoke up about Moore molesting them (in … Continue reading

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Don’t call yourself pro-life…

Don’t even think about calling yourself pro-life if… You support taking health insurance away from low income, sick, and disabled people. You support abolishing or cutting Medicaid (which covers HALF of all pregnant women and 45 million children). You  support … Continue reading

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The Religious Right cares about control, not morality.

Christian Right leaders (in both politics and the churches) — many who embrace the horrific theology of Dominionism/Reconstructionism — pretend to care an awful lot about morality.    They rant on endlessly about abortion and homosexuality.  They want to roll … Continue reading

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What I really think about having children.

When I was in my twenties, I used to dream about having a big family–four children to be specific. Raised as an only child, and having friends who came from big families that seemed a lot happier than mine, I … Continue reading

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The hypocrisy of the “pro-life” stance.

Catholic nun Sister Joan Chittister is making a lot of sense here, and I couldn’t agree more. It’s fine to be pro-life, but if you are, then for God’s sake, care about the children who don’t get to choose whether … Continue reading

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He still lives in my dreams: the story of my abortion.

Although I’m becoming Catholic in less than two weeks, my views on abortion are still more or less pro-choice, depending on the situation (such as rape or incest), but this post isn’t about my political or moral stance on abortion. … Continue reading

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