This post was originally published on my Facebook page. I thought it should go here too.
The verdict for this episode is: the process for confirming people to the Supreme Court is broken.
As I wrote before, paratransit, the transit service offered people with disabilities by local public transit entities, is not something I ever wanted to join. Given the lack of sidewalks in parts of the Portland area, and other reasons, I did finally register. While I have had a few decent rides from paratransit, I realize the service is one that should be avoided at all cost.
Should people under the age of 18 be able to marry?
The verdict for this episode is: for many American workers, wages are not keeping pace with the cost of living.
The verdict for this episode is: I miss blogging and podcasting.
I was having a discussion with a close friend about the amount of moral judgments that take place in society today. Most conservatives oppose same-sex marriage, because they say it’s wrong. It’s the same when it comes to the rights of people who are transgender. What those conservatives can’t explain is who is actually being harmed.
To recap, I started as the Disability Equity Specialist on March 19, 2018.