Froma Harrop, The Shreveport Times

Froma Harrop

The Shreveport Times

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Froma:

Blue-State Republicans turn to Democrats

For the first time in a good while, Wall Street is giving more in direct donations to Democrats than Republicans. → Read More

Why Blue-State Republicans Are Turning Away From GOP

And here's a big reason: The new tax law purposely punishes people in the expensive-to-live-in blue states, which is where Wall Street people live. To them, this is not just about money. It's personal. → Read More

Even birth control is under attack

We in the vast majority shouldn't have to be defending birth control in the year 2018. → Read More

Democrats, Keep Calm And Carry On

Most Americans pine for normal leadership. That's what Democrats must offer. → Read More

It Is in Our Interest To Save Other Species

The dispute centers on the Endangered Species Act. Since its enactment in 1973, the law has pulled numerous native animals and plants from the jaws of extinction. → Read More

It is in our interest to save other species

Saving endangered species is an enormous public good. It’s in our own selfish interest to ensure the survival of the larger ecosystem. → Read More

Little Lies Mean A Lot

It is a mark of the habitual liar to tell untruths that don't even advance one's cause. → Read More

Are Low Prices Always A Good Thing?

If you like exploring the great outdoors, as I do, you probably enjoy shopping (or at least looking) in those high-end stores serving campers, hikers and the like. → Read More

Double standards for dress sabotage working women

Sisters, wear what you want, but do not labor under the delusion that sartorial rebellion in the office will draw anything more than stares. → Read More

Double Standards For Dress Sabotage Working Women

Two remarkably different articles on dressing for business appeared in The Wall Street Journal on the same day. Both purported to offer advice. → Read More

Sometimes voters just want competence

On the state or local level, party matters a lot less. → Read More

Can We Have A Sensible Immigration Policy?

What would a sensible immigration policy look like? → Read More

Sometimes Voters Just Want Competence

In our highly polarized era, we too often judge election results from the confines of partisan politics. → Read More

How about Medicare Advantage for all?

Looking for a better plan Obamacare? Check out Medicare Advantage → Read More

How About Medicare Advantage For All?

A resurfaced Barack Obama has uttered those three little words: “Medicare for all.” → Read More

On Climate Threat, States Refuse To Surrender

As large parts of America burn or drown under weird weather conditions made more extreme by global warming, California and other states are doggedly pursuing solutions. → Read More

The silly debate about Socialism

Would someone kindly tell us which companies Bernie Sanders would nationalize, starting with Bernie Sanders? → Read More

Here's to people who work with their hands

No working American should go without health care or be expected to bow down in thanks for some crummy-paying job. → Read More

Mothers who do too much

Many women have greatly expanded the requirements for good parenting, making that job far more time-consuming. → Read More

Good Republicans must vote for Democrats

Republicans disgusted by Trump, what will it be? → Read More