Christine Flowers, PottstownMercury

Christine Flowers

PottstownMercury

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent:
  • PottstownMercury
  • Delco Times
  • The Reporter
Past:
  • Daily Freeman
  • The Times Herald
  • limanews
  • The Pantagraph
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Philly Inquirer
  • The Standard
  • The Miami Herald
  • Houston Chronicle
  • The Jackson Sun
  • and more…

Recent articles by Christine:

Flowers: Terrible that children are pawns in gender fluidity movement

Recent ad campaign involving children, as well, goes way over the line. → Read More

Flowers: Havertown woman nurturing abandoned cats, hoping Delaware County residents will step up and adopt

Lauren Warner has taken in cats from Operation Meow and would like to find them forever homes. → Read More

Flowers: Same old same old from progressive again, after gay club shooting

(In response to tweet) the people who are the most vocal about being “kind” and not marginalizing others came for me. → Read More

Flowers: Pillars of progressives’ philosophy sadden and fight against them continues

Abortion, a desire for unlimited government aid, and a refusal to recognize the pain of victims. → Read More

Flowers: Here’s the real reason Fetterman got elected

It’s not about abortion or that Oz relocated to Pennsylvania just to run for the Senate. → Read More

Flowers: Democrats trying to pull off a disgraceful ‘October surprise’

They’re making political hay out of a lunatic’s attack on Paul Pelosi. → Read More

Christine Flowers: For Fetterman, it’s not that he’s ill, but trying to hide it

He doesn’t want to release his medical records and continues to not be transparent. → Read More

Christine Flowers: Women in Many other nations fear for their lives

As I write this, the clock is ticking. I have exactly six more hours in the Facebook gulag, the last stretch of a weeklong sentence imposed by the invisible community police after I reposted a pict… → Read More

Christine Flowers: Women in many other nations fear for their lives, sometimes pay with them

Despite problems for American women, at least we’re not them. → Read More

Christine Flowers: Hostility to pro-life activists take too far

In 1994, Congress passed the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act. It criminalized the use of physical force or threats to injure or intimidate a woman seeking an abortion, the use of physical… → Read More

Christine Flowers: FACE Act, hostility to pro-life activists taken too far

Brought into focus by arrest of Bucks County man in confrontation outside clinic → Read More

Christine Flowers: We have a right to defend our reputations

Social media and verbal attacks are sadly too common in this hostile age. → Read More

Christine Flowers: John Fetterman, many women aren’t in your camp

We won’t fall in line with abortion-on-demand policies. → Read More

Christine Flowers: Sad to see the vitriol spewed at the queen upon her death

I expected the Irish schadendfruede. Although I generally identify as Italian (primarily because of the food, family and temper) my father had red hair, freckles and some relatives in County Somewhere. My ties to the old country are pretty attenuated, but I’ve been around Irish Americans most of my life, so I knew that they’d be a bit gleeful about the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Mostly, I… → Read More

Christine Flowers: The danger of silencing words

I’ve been called a lot of things in my life, some of them endearing, most of them not. Recently a reader of my column used the affectionate term “right wing regressive.” This morning, someone sugge… → Read More

Christine Flowers: Local journalists tell stories national media won’t

A lot of people think that the pinnacle of journalism is working for a publication with national exposure, like The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal or The Chicago Tribune. Thes… → Read More

Christine Flowers: Forgiving some sinners and castigating others

I was watching an old documentary the other day about classic Hollywood stars. Henry Fonda, a man who epitomized the stalwart, decent American was the narrator, and he walked us through several dec… → Read More

Christine Flowers: Difference between microaggressions and true bigotry

I was out of the country for a few weeks, so I missed some of the earth-shattering events that occurred in this part of the world. One that shocked me when I finally read up on it was a troubling w… → Read More

Christine Flowers: Difference between microaggressions and true bigotry

I was out of the country for a few weeks, so I missed some of the earth-shattering events that occurred in this part of the world. One that shocked me when I finally read up on it was a troubling w… → Read More

Christine Flowers: The ‘J-Aff’ dustup hardly brushes Italy, country of strong women

I’ve been on a two-week vacation in Rome. It’s been the easiest thing in the world to immerse myself in the beauty, the history and the gelato of my ancestral homeland, as I keep wondering why Luig… → Read More