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Start Play This week’s Expert Extra features Dr. Jenni Levy, a board-certified physician with specialties in internal medicine, hospice, and palliative medicine, who provides a medical doctor’s perspective on how health insurance works now and how it might change if the GOP gets its way. We talk about caps and pre-existing…

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Start Play Episode 14 focuses on the American Health Care Act (Trumpcare) and its potential impact on women. The Trumpster fire examines the optics of mostly white, mostly male photos coming out of this administration and why these images matter, our Media Minute reviews Hulu’s series The Handmaid’s Tale, and the…

Let’s all just take a moment and read a gorgeously crafted story and remember what is beautiful. Source: Gibson

Start Play Enjoy this outtake from our recording of Episode 13 as we wait out the neighborhood mowing services. Please listen and share our podcast with your like-minded friends. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and on our web site where we post links and additional information from the current episode. We need your help […] […]

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Want to send a message to PA Senator Pat Toomey? Amanda colored this uterus postcard for just that purpose. Come to Inside 254 Podcast first fundraiser this Saturday, June 17 Shine YOGA Center in Perkasie, PA at 12:30 for yoga, wine, pin the covfefe on Trump AND to write a little…

Originally posted on Heather's Post-Colonialism Page:
In Dirlek’s attempt to pinpoint the era of postcolonialism in his essay “The Postcolonial Aura”, he suggests three definitions: “literal description of conditions in formerly colonial societies […] “global condition after the period of colonialism” and lastly, “a discourse on the above-named conditions” (563-64).  Over the last weeks,…

You can’t talk about Ralph without talking about Marie.  When I learned of Ralph’s death, my first thought was, “God, I hope he can be with Marie now.”  I have never hoped for a heaven more than in that moment, because for the past ten years, all Ralph wanted was to die.  He would tell […]

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