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The Great Hillary Clinton Bash of 2013

January 10, 2013

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  Oh, neo-cons. What are you going to do in a few weeks when Hillary Clinton retires? For the past 20+ years, you have made Hillary-bashing an Olympic sport. No matter what Hillary does. No matter where she goes. No …

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“Whose Child Has to Die Next?”: Gun Control in America

January 9, 2013

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Roxanna Green’s daughter, Christina, died in the shooting rampage that wounded Congresswoman Gabby Giffords two years ago at a town hall style event in Tucson, Arizona. While Green wrote a book about her daughter, she tried to stay out of …

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Will Nikki Haley & Jenny Sanford Launch the GOP “New Girls” Network?

December 12, 2012

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Image via the atlanticwire.com   Jenny Sanford could become the next female member of the U.S. Senate.  Jenny who? Remember Jenny Sanford? The wronged former first lady of  South Carolina? The one whose husband coined the euphemism “hiking the old

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Home-schooling Parents vs. Disabled Americans?

December 6, 2012

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Attention homeschooling parents! Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum says a U.N. treaty designed to protect the disabled will allow foreign countries to come into your homes and make you stop teaching your kids! When I first heard the sweater-vest wearing

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You Say “Fiscal Cliff.” I Say There’s No Such Thing

November 26, 2012

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Mayday! Mayday! Watch out! There is a “fiscal cliff!” We’re headed straight for it! It will be the ruin of all America! Just as soon as the 2012 presidential election was over, media outlets had a huge vacuum to fill …

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Women in Politics Radio: Can Women in Social Media Really Make Change?

November 16, 2012

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If you didn’t have a chance to join in, I wanted to share the link to my discussion with Kimberly Mitchem-Rasmussen Executive Director/Founder & Executive Producer of Women in Politics Media. I know you might be tired of all the …

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Nancy Pelosi Smack Down!

November 14, 2012

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A good photo opp is worth a thousand words.  And that’s what we got as Nancy Pelosi announced she will stay in her leadership role in the Democratic Party, after speculation that she might step aside once President Obama …

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“Poopy Heads” Decide Elections: Sore Losers 2012 Style

November 14, 2012

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There are always hurt feelings after big elections.  People on both sides are invested in their views and candidates, especially in our world of 24/7 media that whips us all into a frenzy so that we can hardly see straight …

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Election Pins and Needles: What’s Been Keeping You Awake?

November 6, 2012

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I’m too distracted to write anything coherent or pithy, but so many thoughts are running around in my head about the outcome of today’s election, so I thought I’d share: 1. My parents live in Pennsylvania — one of  the …

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High Anxiety on the Election Front

November 5, 2012

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Predictions are always a dangerous thing, especially in an election that has been as contentious as the one between President Obama and Mitt Romney. While there is a feeling in the air that we are in a “perfect storm” set-up …

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Political Mothers: The Key to Winning the White House

October 31, 2012

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  I’ve gotten used to being scoffed at when it comes to my political bona fides. Because the word “mom” is in the name of my site, I’m often dismissed as someone who isn’t focused on current events, our political …

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Hurricane Sandy: Which Presidential Candidate Will She Help?

October 30, 2012

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Hurricane Sandy could not have had better timing for a country that has just about reached its limit on campaign fatigue. Not that I’m glad that the Frankenstorm with the friendly-sounding name has wreaked havoc on the entire Northeast and …

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