Today is the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade — and today, support for abortion access is at an all-time high. Our bodies are our own, and it's up to us to make fundamental decisions about our bodies — not politicians or judges. #RoevWade#Roe46
SCOTUS' right flank wants to give the religious right such broad immunity from the law that we will have two separate codes of law in this country -- one for conservative Christians and one for everyone else.
I am truly dismayed by how many in MSM got worked—yet again—by conservative claims that one video exonerated these kids. I've watched them all. None put them in a better light, unless you're really reaching. Some are a lot WORSE than original.
Trouble prepares you for the next level. Trouble develops something in you that you can’t get when it’s easy and everything is going your way. In the difficult times, your spiritual muscles develop and you gain strength, endurance, and wisdom.
"Let me hold the door for you. I may have never walked in your shoes, but I can see your soles are worn and your strength is torn under the weight of a story I have never lived before. Let me hold the door for you. After all you’ve walked through, it’s the least I can do.”
Paying people back is overrated. Being vindictive, getting even doesn’t bring you lasting joy. But when you dig deep and show mercy to those that have hurt you, you’ll feel a joy deep down in your spirit. It’s the smile of God.
The Omaha elder singing the American Indian Movement (AIM) song is Nathan Phillips, a Vietnam #veteran and ex-director of the Native Youth Alliance. He holds an annual ceremony honoring indigenous veterans in the Arlington National Cemetery. https://t.co/mXsjhmAdqQ