Archive | June, 2007

I Don’t Like Tests

June 29, 2007

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I did well in school, but I have never liked tests. Not these. And certainly not these. Next week was supposed to be our first easy and responsibility-free week of the summer. (Don’t tell any of my editors!)…

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And the Winner Is …

June 27, 2007

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… in a contest between Elizabeth Edwards and Ann Coulter, I know who I’m putting my money on. But I’ve been wondering what, if anything, the Dems can learn from a flame-thrower like Ann Coulter. I’ve written about that …

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In the Immortal Words of David Essex ….

June 26, 2007

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Rock On! (Yes, I know that really dates me!) But that’s what popped into my head when I first started seeing all the Rockin’ Blogger awards on my daily rounds. (And if you, too, remember him, toss me a bone …

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Bong Hits 4 Bush?

June 26, 2007

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One simple question — what is happening to our rights? To recap just a few of the highlights from this season’s Supreme Court rulings: 1. It’s OK for the federal government to limit a woman’s right to make serious medical

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How Many of These Magnets …

June 25, 2007

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… do I need to bring with me to BlogHer??

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Can I Survive Being a "Good Mommy?"

June 25, 2007

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We’re into week two of day camp for PunditGirl. The good news is that she says, “It’s GREAT!” The bad news is that it’s over on Friday. We made the executive decision that less camp would be a good …

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Only 40 Years Ago …

June 24, 2007

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… the President’s brother and former Florida governor Jeb Bush would not have been permitted to marry his wife Columba Gallo. Former Secretary of State William Cohen could not have legally wed his wife Janet Langhart and Supreme Court …

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Maybe There’s Hope

June 23, 2007

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To the dismay of many, the Supreme Court recently made it more difficult — actually, almost impossible — for women to sue for pay discrimination. At least one state court is showing a little spine and going the other way.…

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An Excellent Question

June 22, 2007

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“Everytime I spend a hour or two with a room full of women, I find myself asking the same question: Why aren’t we running the world yet?” This comment comes from the wonderful Connie Schultz, a Pulitzer-prize winning columnist and …

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Is There Still a Sisterhood?

June 20, 2007

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As a 100% feminist – — I was really excited to read Sisterhood Interrupted. For anyone who has wondered what happened to the feminist movement, this book is a great history that tracks how change was ignited by an …

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Was There Ever a Question About This One?

June 19, 2007

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You Are 100% Feminist You are a total feminist. This doesn’t mean you’re a man hater (in fact, you may be a man).You just think that men and women should be treated equally. It’s a simple idea but somehow …

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Generous With Time, But Not With Money??

June 19, 2007

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An interesting essay on The Huffington Post last week made me pause. Its topic? The phenomenon that women voters are more than willing to volunteer their time and energy to help get candidates elected, but are not so quick with …

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