The Supremes did as expected and removed federal sanction of abortion, but not making it illegal only turning the issue back to the states. Some, like California and New York, probably will continue the practice. Others, probably like Texas, will make it illegal.
UPDATE: Abortion will be illegal in Texas in thirty days, pursuant to a “trigger law” passed in June, 2021.
USA Today (the Gannett chain’s flagship newspaper) fires reporter Gabriela Miranda and removes 23 of her articles after discovering she fabricated sources. Reminds me of a local fellow I know who had the same problem with the same result.
We haven’t traveled much since 2019. So I haven’t experienced one of the new big-city barbeque joints. When I was traveling, I’d prefer small-town Lockhart, or anyplace close by. Preferred avoiding Dallas-Fort Worth and, certainly, Houston, for the godawful traffic. An old favorite from my traveling reporter days back in the 80s was a joint run by a host of black women from a nearby Methodist-Episcopal church, I believe it was. Just east of Hempstead, northwest of Houston. Nowadays we hardly ever go out but order delivered, usually from Bert’s or Terry Black’s. They didn’t make the list, but their meat is tender and juicy without sauce and that’s the ticket. I hear I’m going to get some on Father’s Day, if I behave myself.
OCS classmate Tucker Smallwood: “This is a link to a short film, which addresses PTSD and veteran suicide. Two concerns very dear to my heart.
“The intent of this film (Proof of Concept) is to generate sufficient funding to produce a full length feature film.
“The treatment program described within it (ALL THE WAY HOME) I conceived in 2009. I am still trying to generate a pilot that could encourage similar satellite efforts across America.”
Dogs have owners. Cats have staff.
Even if Roe v Wade is overturned, as the leaked draft opinion is expected to do if it becomes real, abortion won’t become illegal. That will be up to the individual states, where prior to Roe, most held abortion to be illegal, but none do any more. Some states, like California and New York, will make it more explicitly legal. Some, like, say, Wyoming, may make it illegal. I doubt Texas will make it illegal, just keep the existing law which makes it legal up to about six weeks of pregnancy. Which the pro-choicers oppose and already are suing to increase. Frankly, I’m sick of the whole issue.