Modesty demanded, mercy rejected

MOBILE, AL. — You have probably heard about the sideshow put on by Alabama prison officials just before a scheduled execution late last month: A female reporter was hounded […] Continue Reading…

Child rape and ‘pro-life’ cruelty

The callousness of the anti-abortion crowd was on vivid display in early July, when an Ohio newspaper reported the awful story of a 10-year-old rape victim who needed an […] Continue Reading…

Justice Jackson, congrats or condolences?

As I always imagined it, the ascension of the first black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court would signal an era of progress, a time of triumph for those […] Continue Reading…

Warnock far superior to Walker

If Georgians replace U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, with Herschel Walker, a Republican, in November, they’ll be making a poor substitute. Warnock has served Georgia well, while Walker […] Continue Reading…

Our crazy killed them

If those precious 4th graders at Robb Elementary School had still been fetuses in the womb — where they were nine or so years ago — they would have […] Continue Reading…

The war on reality

This “new normal” is taking some getting used to. Prices are soaring for everyday food items, from eggs to milk to chicken. More taxing still are the shortages of […] Continue Reading…

Life outside the womb?

Now what? Conservatives seem on the verge of achieving their hard-fought goal of reversing Roe v Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that gave women control over their bodies. A leaked […] Continue Reading…