Stuff worth reading
In Broad Win, Small Business Gets Preliminary Injunction Against Required ACA Emergency Contraception Coverage Now all we need to do is call the market “god” and we can bring back to slavery.
Wailing Justice and the law aren’t the same thing.
Origin Stories I didn’t expect this to make me cry, but it did.
TX Lege – These are the names to remember Details on what happened before Wendy Davis’ filibuster and a clear timeline of the whole event
Let’s Recap What Happened in Texas Being seen
Will Your State’s Waiters Give You the Flu? The National Restaurant Association wants to give you norovirus
Mandatory ultrasound law was germane to filibuster of sb5 Texas Republicans didn’t think the law they’re trying to pass was germane to debate on the law they were trying to pass.
Gay Marriage: Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA, Avoids Prop 8 Ruling
Angola 3’s Herman Wallace Is Gravely Ill—But Still on Permanent Lockdown “Justice”
The Social Life of Memory We can’t have the future without the past
Putting Down Roots: New Paintings of Urban Growth and Turmoil by Amy Casey
Canada’s relative lack of information about its own water resources could put it at a disadvantage in future disputes over waters that span the border between the two countries.
“We know far more about underground oil and gas …than we do about our underground water,” said James Bruce…
via Satellite data hinted at Alberta floods weeks ago – The Globe and Mail.
The Canadian government probably shouldn’t be laying off all the people who could solve this problem.
June 24, 2013
Straight from 3QD: TWO STARS after Mohammed Iqbal As two stars approached Each other, one said: “If we could stay Only could stop whirling, If the sky were kinder We’d shine together.” But this desire of two Bears longing … Continue reading
June 24, 2013
I planted several Solomon’s Seal at the end of April. They were bareroot, dehydrated and fragile feeling. I planted a lot of other things that day, too. Almost overnight I had a garden – ferns unfurled, bleeding hearts burst from … Continue reading
June 22, 2013
My 7th grade history class was taught by a burly white man who liked to do civil war reenactments and pretend the rebels had won. We talked a lot about the causes of the civil war. I didn’t learn that … Continue reading