My Afternoon as a Hobby Lobby Sidewalk Counselor

My Sidewalk Counseling Operation has doubled in size!!!

Back in June, I was inspired by a Supreme Court decision to take up Sidewalk "Counseling." Since SCOTUS declared the buffer zone around Massachusetts' health clinics unconstitutional, I decided it was time for me to provide those seeking treatments to which I object with counseling of my own. Here, in my post, "My Morning as a Viagra Sidewalk Counselor" I explain why this made perfect sense to me. Eleanor McCullen, lead plaintiff in that Supreme Court case, had been vindicated. Because she … [Read more...]

My Morning as Viagra Sidewalk Counselor

We Shall Overcum

Last Thursday, June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court struck down a Massachusetts law that created a 35-foot "buffer zone" outside women's health clinics (at which legal abortions are performed.) While my instincts cried foul, my intellect told me that since the decision was unanimous, the law itself must have had some pretty massive fundamental flaws. Surely, the trifecta of my girl crushes on the highest bench in the land wouldn't have concurred otherwise in ruling against the buffer zone designed … [Read more...]

“Were You Trying?” Well, That Question Certainly Was…

We truly are an entitlement-driven culture.I’m not talking about welfare or tax breaks–I’m talking about people feeling entitled to KNOW things they have no business knowing.  I recently wrote about politicians' infidelity (and how it is or isn't relevant) in this post at The Broad Side.  I could blame it on the internet, or too much information, or Facebook for encouraging over-sharing. Truthfully, though, this sort of butting in happened waaaay before the internet age made everyone experts … [Read more...]

Moral Limbo, Political Style

A couple of years ago, when former California Governor and movie icon Ahnohld Schwarzenegger's revealed his dalliance with one of his domestic employees, I wrote a tongue-in-cheek response to the "shocking" news.  I framed it as a letter to those opposed to letting gay people marry, and suggested that the crowd to whom we should deny marriage is the group of people who, historically, had proven themselves really, really bad at it.I am talking about superstars in the businesses of ente … [Read more...]


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