When Liars, Hypocrites, Thieves, and Cheats Rule

In this essay, Valerie Elverton Dixon says that to call President Trump and senate Republicans liars, hypocrites, thieves, and cheats is not a judgment, rather it is a description. She reminds us of the wisdom of Proverbs that says when the wicked rule the people groan.

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I Dissent

In this homage to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Valerie Elverton Dixon says that blind justice is not justice at all and we each have a responsibility to dissent when we see injustice.

Dear Generation Z

In this letter to Generation Z, Valerie Elverton Dixon remembers the actress Diana Rigg and encourages a new generation of voters to vote from a place or love and duty in order to find grace within themselves.

An Inalienable Right

Valerie Elverton Dixon argues that a "fundamental self-evident truth is human beings have an inalienable right to have power over their own bodies. Human beings have a right to be respected and secure in their persons."