I will die on this hill…

I will die on this hill…

CBS News: Growing measles outbreak in Washington spreading fear among parents

I have lots to say about people who think it’s okay to skip vaccinations out of fear of something that an asshole FAKED. People who are more afraid of dealing with hidden, likely genetic, disabilities rejecting the concept of herd immunity should keep their unvaccinated children out of the public. Continue reading “I will die on this hill…”

Suspicion, Confirmation, Consequences

Suspicion, Confirmation, Consequences

Sometimes the articles I write come straight from gut instinct. This isn’t one of those posts. Continue reading “Suspicion, Confirmation, Consequences”

Burden of Proof…

Burden of Proof…

This nugget showed up on a friend’s FB post, which I can now no longer find. Chances are, either the friend decided it had to go, the genius who posted it blocked me, or I blocked him.

At the time, (sometime just after Christmas, I think) I thanked the guy for posting virtually every propaganda-driven talking point Alex Jones and Fox News have shoved into his brain in the name of truth. Here it is, folks. GOP trash talk, all in one convenient comment. Continue reading “Burden of Proof…”

On the subject of reproductive health…

On the subject of reproductive health…

While I was in the shower this evening, prepping for rehearsal, I started to work out an op ed piece regarding this travesty of health management concerning reproductive health. It’s not all the way there yet, but it concerns redirecting the funds they’re planning to spend in enforcing this crap on education and prevention rather than simply making sure all the rest of the brood mares are up to snuff. Pretty soon we’re going to see the resurgence of orphanages and workhouses, and we’ll have gone safely backwards over a hundred years.

If the people in charge spent half the money they’re earmarking for this new initiative on ensuring that every kid born in the US had healthcare (not just access to it, but actual coverage), and every kid and adult had proper explanations for where STDs and pregnancies came from, and if every woman simply had affordable and available health services, then we wouldn’t have to worry about whether Jane Doe was in proper medical condition to bear that child, because we’d know she intended to get pregnant in the first place.

Stupid effing MALE politicians. (Are there any female politicians backing this crap??? Haven’t had time to research it. That’s part of the problem with submitting it. I want my facts straight first.)

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