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Betsy Clarke is a retired law clerk who lives in Columbus, Ohio.
The message coming from the LGBT community and other women’s rights groups in response to Texas Senate Bill 8 is that abortion isn't just for women anymore.
Reviews of Becoming Elisabeth Elliot and Who's the Bigot? Learning from Conflicts over Marriage and Civil Rights Law.
The Supreme Court's decision to hear the Mississippi abortion law case threatens the nonsensical but sacrosanct 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Media and politicians are wringing their hands about the occupation of the capitol building by the nation’s people yesterday. This is different from how they reacted to BLM and ANTIFA tearing apart American cities over the summer.
Richard Kreitner’s book Break It Up chronicles the rocky history of the American union and the many secession movements that have arisen from colonial times to current-day separatists such as the ill-fated Jonestown and Seattle's CHAZ.
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