The Drug War and the War on Reproductive Health aren't just rhetorical. One woman's tragic death shows us the true human cost of devaluing pregnant women.
Written by Farah Diaz-Tello for RH ...
A most unlikely event happened from 1766 to 1775. A woman sailed around the world, partly as a botanical assistant on a scientific expedition. She did so, at least part of the way, disguised as a ...
First, thanks for the comments and suggestion of books & advice I got after the last article. Suggestions on other diaries would also be appreciated.
Framing What We Say
Using cognitive science, ...
I fully realize that our government is unlikely to ever do anything much that I might think is wise or desirable. We just don't see eye-to-eye. They've done a piss poor job of taking care of the ...
Meet ALICE, The American Legislative and Issue Campaign Exchange , a non-corporate funded progressive group that provides "model bills" for free to state and national legislatures.
ALEC, Meet ...
Five billion years ago, a cloud of hydrogen and dust from long-gone, exploded stars began collapsing under the pull of its own gravity. When enough had gathered together, the pressure of all that ...
I've been reflecting this week upon Occupy Wall Street's recent accomplishments -- its substantive hurricane aid efforts and amazing debt relief initiatives . And while doing so, I realized that one ...
Kudos to DailyKos diarist(s) Roosevelt Institute for spotting the article this morning, and succinctly summarizing it, as follows:
Bruce Bartlett explains how he got shunned and excommunicated from ...
Last week, we discussed Verified Twitter Accounts - specifically, that Minnesota Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson had one. On Monday, we looked at Chief Justice Lorie Gildea's expenses on ...
There have been numerous diaries here on DK about how the hundreds of millions spent by Super PAC's and the campaigns this past election had so little influence on the outcome. It's not that they ...