I'm concerned that the rush to dispense with due process in the courtroom and in our criminal justice system has leached into society at large, filling our conversations and our interactions with a dangerous strain of what someone recently called "street justice."
When you have people like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg making the movement all about female empowerment, it becomes even more important to tell the other side of the issue, one that might not advance a feminist narrative but which needs to be told if we are going to be honest about victimization and abuse.
Nuclear Armageddon? Women's March? None of it matters when the Eagles are this good | Christine Flowers
Devotion to this team is intertwined with my DNA, making it impossible for me to look at this Sunday without feeling as if politics and women's marches and threats of nuclear Armageddon are so utterly unimportant.
I have a hard time discussing the issues with people who tend to confuse immigrants with terrorists and compare people who enter the country without permission to axe murderers. That kind of gross thinking is just, well, gross.
See Christine Flowers on Channel 6's "Inside Story" Sunday at 11:30 a.m.