Published Articles by Doris Weatherford

An Opportunity for You

November 21, 2016

Iím still not ready to write an analysis of the election. Iím reading, listening, and encouraged by bright spots that have gotten little attention, but Iím still resolved to give the right-wingers enough rope for hanging themselves while I tend my own garden. Literally, as in trimming the jungle in my backyard. Iím also not planning to attend any of the re-organizing meetings that are going on Ė but I encourage you to do so. (more…)

Bright Spots Ė And Differences Between Different Bureaucrats

November 21, 2016

Iím finally ready to write about the election. I had to spend time healing the hole in my heart, as like so many others, I was stunned to see the American people choose an inexperienced braggart who is proud to cheat on his taxes and laughs about his lewd behavior over a candidate with decades of service, including the Senate and the Cabinet. As it turns out, they didnít: with detailed counting, Hillary now has some 2.5 million votes more than The Donald. The problem is that some voters are much more powerful than others. Weíll get to that later, but for now, a few bright spots. (more…)

November Darkness

November 7, 2016

Itís that dark time of the year. Itís again those long evenings
that follow the end of daylight savings time. Itís the way we measure seasons in the Sunshine State: When the oranges turn orange and the poinsettias turn red, we know that Christmas is near. (more…)

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With an introduction by Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Winner of a prize from the American Library Association.
With an introduction by Geraldine Ferraro, this book focuses on womenís fight for the vote.
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