• susan commented on the blog post Four responses to how Martha Raddatz posed the abortion question   2 years ago · View

    I think you hit the high points in this issue. I personally was shocked when Martha Raddatz posed that question because I thought we separated Church and State in this country. How wrong I was … Ryan told me that. And isn’t it enough that back-door abortions kill people? Do you have to be “of [...]

  • susan commented on the blog post What if kids could vote?   2 years ago · View

    What a novel and interesting thought. If youth had more of a say in their lives, they might be encouraged to think more seriously. I love your observation about activist youth in the United teen Equality Center. That gives one hope, doesn’t it? Of course, if parents could listen more openly to their adolescent children, [...]

  • Sounds like a wonderful march .. what will the follow-up be? Great description of the process and proceedings! I love the sign you showed: “Teach ‘don’t rape’ not ‘don’t get raped’”. If we could only do that, it alone would be a good day’s day’s work .. and there was so much more!! It is [...]

  • susan commented on the blog post Four responses to how Martha Raddatz posed the abortion question   2 years ago · View

    I think you hit the high points in this issue. I personally was shocked when Martha Raddatz posed that question because I thought we separated Church and State in this country. How wrong I was … Ryan told me that. And isn’t it enough that back-door abortions kill people? Do you have to be “of [...]

  • susan commented on the blog post What if kids could vote?   2 years ago · View

    What a novel and interesting thought. If youth had more of a say in their lives, they might be encouraged to think more seriously. I love your observation about activist youth in the United teen Equality Center. That gives one hope, doesn’t it? Of course, if parents could listen more openly to their adolescent children, [...]

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