I am now in on the LGM podcast game, interviewing scholars with recent books that I have read and enjoyed. I was very happy to start with Jennifer Holland, Assistant Professor of History at the Univer
This is fascinating: When Norma McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff in the landmark Roe vs. Wade case, came out against abortion in 1995, it stunned the world and represented a huge symbolic v
As I stated last week, this obsession by people with presidential politics is a real problem and has led to lower turnout for Democrats in 2019 because they are already focused on the primary, even th
Yep, pretty much no difference between Democrats and Republicans except that Republicans want to Drain the Swamp and Democrats have e-mail server practices that should lead to the death penalty for al
As we discussed the other day, we don’t really know what the heck is going with the Zika virus. We do know that it is causing a variety of health problems in different places that are very bad.
One has to ask that question given what’s happened in Tennessee. I am sure you are all familiar with this story by now: A 31-year-old Murfreesboro woman was arrested Wednesday and charged with a
Imani Gandy has a very useful run down of Margaret Sanger’s complicated racial, sexual, and medical politics, politics that the right are simplifying and lying about in order to attack Planned P
Been feeling good about the nation in the last few days? Well, that’s fine and all. It’s the weekend. Now get back to fighting to preserve basic reproductive rights for women that are unde