Why was I so uncomfortable with Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s suggestion that adoption solves the problem of an unwanted pregnancy?
Martha Bordwell of Minneapolis writes about current events, family life, and travel.
My friends and I were glad to live in a state where we didn’t have to isolate completely. I felt safe going to Whole Foods, Walgreens, or even museums, because I knew everyone would be masked.
Despite the fact that Trump decisively lost the election, Republican senators seem more concerned about angering him and his followers than about the destruction they witnessed at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
I grew up in Iowa, but during our visit I had the odd feeling that I was visiting a foreign country whose customs I didn’t understand.
To me, character is defined as trying to make the best decisions you can as you navigate your way in the world — then taking responsibility for these decisions.
I have believed for a long time that one way he got this way is because he has experienced so few of the hardships most of us have endured by the time we reach our 70s.
Our economy relies on manufacturing, agriculture and hospitality, skills these asylum seekers have to offer.
We must demand the resignations of those responsible. We must keep making our voices heard. We must insist that separated families receive financial compensation and trauma counseling.