Courts, legislatures, and daytime television, or where we rest on our rights

The hearing for the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court has begun, and while we are supposed to act as though there is some suspense remaining, how this will turn out is a foregone conclusion. What will follow is not as clear, but it is a reasonable prediction to say that Roe v. Wade will last only as long as is…

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Gee, Camp, what were you thinking? Supports gay rights, #2a, #1a, science, and other seemingly incongruous things. Books available on Amazon.

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Gee, Camp, what were you thinking? Supports gay rights, #2a, #1a, science, and other seemingly incongruous things. Books available on Amazon.

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