Girlfriends: When Men Are Deciding What Women Should Have, It’s Time To Head for the Hills (and Make a Plan) | RH Reality Check
Jodi Jacobson, editor of RH Reality Check, asked me to write a piece about the latest contretemps over access to birth control.
Yup, can you believe it: We’re talking about access to birth control in 2011! Well, that’s exactly the point of the piece. Pathetic, really, the times we’re in.
You can find the piece at the link above. I hope you’ll share it and encourage friends and colleagues to do so, as well as to make their feelings known to official Washington and to their Catholic voter-friends.
As I write in this piece, featured in Huffington Post Politics last week, I’ve written about Huey Long in these, (and other), pages before.
That’s because, as I also say in the piece, there is no one better than Long, excepting, perhaps, the authors of the Declaration of Independence, at making the case for economic justice in these United States.
Long says “what time it is,” to use a phrase of the Chicago streets, also now being occupied by Occupy Wall Street.
A friend told me that the appeal of Occupy Wall Street to many of her students is that it is theatre, as much as it is politics: I’m now hoping that as the theatre gets colder, and the play drags-on, Occupy Wall Street will read Huey Long on “share our wealth,” and share Long’s ideas among themselves.