Rights and Democracy
We no longer see the images on TV every night, but it’s still happening.
The Supreme Court is now just a rubber stamp for the White House.
Over 40 percent of Virginians struggle to get by — a problem made worse by voter suppression and military-first spending priorities.
To the GOP, Kavanaugh smells like roses.
If we taught men better ways of “being a man,” we wouldn’t have to teach women to cover their drinks.
I fear the Senate will conclude that boys will be boys — and sometimes sexual predators — but they can still grow up to be Supreme Court justices.
Take it from a postal worker: If the U.S. sells its public mail service, consumers will lose big time.
Women who report assault deserve to hear that we believe them, and that we can back them up — because we’ve heard the other side.
When you look at the surrounding circumstances, it’s clear: Brett Kavanaugh has everything to gain by lying. Christine Blasey Ford has nothing.
I know what it’s like to seek justice against all odds. The fact that women keep doing it speaks volumes.