Affected by the shooting at Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Tex., in 1999When I was 16 in Ft. Worth, Tex., I lived through a mass shooting at my church. The gunman killed seven and wounded seven before turning the gun on himself. I was in complete disbelief. Church was probably the most safe place outside of your home. I would say it was “hard,” “unimaginable,” “devastating,” but none of those words really describes it.
Monday’s article about Paul J. Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, being indicted on charges of tax evasion and money laundering, drew a flurry of reaction from New York Times readers. The story received more than 2,200 comments in the first three hours after it was published, making it the most commented-on article Monday morning.
I really hope this is a tipping point where we can finally look back and say this is when it changed. I hope men who wrongfully use their power are terrified that Weinstein was fired from his own company. I hope men stop using similar excuses like Weinstein’s that he “came of age in the ’60s and ’70s.” That’s not even an excuse. Women didn’t want it then and women don’t want it now. I hope we stop blaming the women for not speaking up sooner. Be grateful you haven’t had to be in their shoes.
Came across this old article about @Kaepernick7's relationship with his birth mother, in which the author doesn't understand his reluctance to meet her, comparing him to his own adoptive daughter 😡 https://t.co/X5zJ0BW6td
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Selecting a term
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