Impeaching Mr. Trump after he leaves office will come with certain hazards that the pro-impeachment side should take account of.
Author: gabriel conroy
I know every single one of you is wondering whether and in what ways I appreciate James Joyce’s work. So…In praise of (and in fear of) James Joyce’s oeuvre.
Wherein I praise today as a stalwart beacon of that which is right and just what I yesterday condemned as backward and reactionary.
My reflections on Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s apparent victory.
We should not reject the idea of white fragility. But we should beware of where it might take us if we’re not careful.
If Mr. Trump nominated himself to the Supreme Court–and if he succeeded in appointing himself–that would solve a lot of problems.
I’m supposed to want justice, but I’m not sure what justice will mean for me. I have been wronged…But I have also wronged others.
The play “Hamilton” offers us a false choice between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. But the two are morally equivalent.
Trigger warning: This post discusses self-injury, sometimes known as “cutting,” even though not all self-injury involves cutting. I’ve tried to avoid dwelling on the exact details of my own self-injury practices, but I do allude to them.
The film “Joker” is not what it seems. (Spoilers abound)
A popcorn fire offers an insight to courage.
The movement to impeach President Trump is in some respects a movement for a kangaroo court. But we should support it anyway.
Hatred is an emotion and a choice. It’s always toxic.
Even Donald Trump is a human being.
Sometimes we choose to wish for evil in order for a greater good.
The problem with the pleasant and efficient Chick-fil-a service.
Why I choose not to own a gun.
My (brief) life as a labor activist.