Monthly Archives: December 2008

3 12, 2008

I’m Trying to Believe It’s Not Because I Turned 50

By | December 3rd, 2008|Moms & Politics|14 Comments

I've been joking over the last year about my march toward the big 5-0, which did arrive, as it must, two months ago. Things were generally humming along OK before that, especially because there are still people who tell me that for my age, I look freakishly young (and I love them for that!)And then [...]

3 12, 2008

Wednesday Quick Hits — Say WHAT?!

By | December 3rd, 2008|Uncategorized|3 Comments

Just when I think I can't write anymore about the sexist attitudes that pervade our world, someone else surprises me with something I can't let go.Check out the comments made by Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell about Homeland Security Secretary-designate and Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano. We have not come a long way, baby.Turns out we've been [...]

2 12, 2008

Will the Media Ever Let Up on Hillary Clinton?

By | December 2nd, 2008|Uncategorized|6 Comments

For a little while, I thought that when Barack Obama was finally elected to be POTUS 44, that perhaps the media would let up on Hillary Clinton. Maybe it was my post-election euphoria about potential Supreme Court nominations that clouded my judgment, but I guess I should have known better. Criticizing Hillary Clinton is such [...]

1 12, 2008

Tuesday PunditMom Quick Hits — Hillary, Turkeys & More

By | December 1st, 2008|Moms & Politics|1 Comment

The days after Thanksgiving weekend have to be some of the hardest back-to-work days in the year. We're all still a little groggy from all that food and are tired of talking about turkey, so here are a few tidbits for those moments today when you just need to talk about something other than work [...]