And then there were ... [counts on fingers] ... six ...
Very dangerous woman
(Note: This diary got so long that I decided to divide it in two. The first part briefly recounts US oppression of African Americans up to the Civil Rights movement of the sixties. This second part ...
Despite the city's many serious and, sometimes seemingly permanent social flaws, I love St. Louis, Missouri. I was born, grew up, graduated high school ,
I am a white son of Ferguson, Mo.
I am a son of Dellwood, Castle Point, Moline Acres, Jennings, St. Ann, Riverview Gardens, Northwoods and Normandy and north St. Louis County.
I am a St. Louis ...
Iran’s Regime has now banned the Tehran based Zanaan-e-Emrooz (Today’s Women) Newspaper after it published a special on unmarried couples, considered adulterers in the eyes of the radical ...
The Texas legislature has a slew of bills before it to try and circumvent a favorable SCOTUS ruling on marriage equality. One of them is to protect clergy, and a state Senate commitee held a ...
This clearly has to be the most optimistic prediction that I have read regarding how the SCOTUS justices will come down on the marriage equality issue/cases. Chicago Tribune editor, Eric Zorn, ...
I'm so outraged as I'm writing this that I'm going to have to be extra careful about typos, etc.
Republicans in Congress have passed a bill that would make it perfectly legal for your boss to fire ...
Almost every day on Facebook, Twitter, or some other social media, I see a conservative ranting away with how the Republican Party is the party of, ahem, “good Christian values”