AMERICA AND THE IRAQ WAR: a review of A STRANGER IN YOUR OWN CITY, by Ghaith Abdul-Ahad
One point of the book is summed up on page 126. An Iraqi man torn between warring factions says, “‘I am between two fires, my Sunni neighbours who would kill me if I don’t go out with them into the street, and the Shia militia.’ He paused before correcting himself. ‘No, three fires—there are the Americans, too.'”
WHO ARE THE ABORTION EXPERTS?
Whatever happens in our near future, women will find a way to maintain control over their lives, just as they always have.
HOW NOT TO KILL YOURSELF, by Clancy Martin
A definitive, comprehensive, ultimately optimistic investigation into the suicidal mind.
SUICIDE AND SEMANTICS
Linguistic change often reflects a change in attitude and brings clarity to cloudy issues.
How To Write A Family Memoir
Anyone interested in writing a family memoir would be well advised to follow Cherington’s progress in writing the book, as she allows the reader to do.
If we are all to feel comfortable in our cultural skins, we have to figure out how to figure out who will wash the dishes.
Abortion in the 19th Century: “Madame Restell” by Jennifer Wright.
Looking at what we could be going backward towards is a cautionary tale indeed
REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER: Winsome Earle-Sears
Lieutenant Governor Earle-Sears has tens of thousands, maybe millions, of people in her state who will be put at risk by her tales of sexual grooming by drag queens.
Ah, Those Dancing Men!
Guys, we’ve proven we can support ourselves and lift heavy things; can we get together again?