"I do not fear any peaceful choice that women make in the context of freedom. I do not fear that some women will chose to become obedient housewives as long as there are no legal or political barriers to other women choosing to become physicists. The culture may change and become less welcoming to ambitious women, like me, but this is a matter to be addressed by non-violent tactics such as education and social agitation.
Former Army medic Robert Tesh remembers the moment he really began to mistrust the system. It was when he carried the funeral coffin for Sgt. Michael Ingram, who died on April 17, 2010 from an IED blast in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Tesh says his view of the war, and of the government that wages it, was never the same.
After recent events including the SOPA blackout and related opposition, it seems we’re embroiled in a year which will be characterized by online dissent. American internet behemoths Google, Wikipedia and Mozilla, together with an extensive list of allies went dark on Wednesday in solidarity against proposed Congressional and Senate legislation, Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA).
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