Tag Archive | "conservatives"

Is Sexual Harassment the New Normal?

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

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  Herman Cain now has four women accusers saying he sexually harassed them and at least one recent story suggests that the number may rise. While Cain claims he’s not getting out of the 2012 Presidential race and that …

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Occupy Wall Street: The New Tea Party Movement?

Thursday, October 6, 2011

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Some on the right are trying to portray the Occupy Wall Street movement as just a bunch of hippies and trust-fund babies who have nothing better to do with their time than smear the good names of all those Wall …

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Anthony Weiner’s Top Five Life Lessons

Friday, June 3, 2011

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Congressman Anthony Weiner is having the worst week of his political life. It seems that his enemies got a hold of some “naughty” close-up photo of a crotch they claim is his and then tried to get people to believe …

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Conservative Women Targeting Sarah Palin?

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

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As we get closer and closer to November 2012, I’m noticing a trend — increasing numbers of conservative women willing to openly question the stuff that Sarah Palin is made of.  Many well-respected Republican women have apparently decided that it’s …

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Teaching All Our Daughters About Geraldine Ferraro

Monday, March 28, 2011

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As many news outlets reported on the death of Geraldine Ferraro — the first woman ever to be placed as a vice-presidential candidate on a major national ticket, the voices of politically conservative women were conspicuous by their absence. Sarah …

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Mothers of Intention — Blogalicious Weekend Edition

Saturday, October 9, 2010

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As I’m managing my nerves while I prepare for my panel at the fabulous Blogalicious conference, I just wanted to make sure you had some good reading material to ponder and discuss: It’s not corn sugar. It’s high fructose

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Political Lessons of Christine O’Donnell’s Surprise Win

Thursday, September 16, 2010

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The primary phase of mid-term elections is usually considered to be a snooze-fest by journalists and politicos.  But not this year.  Aside from the attention that Sarah Palin has drawn for the Tea Party, Christine O’Donnell and her win

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Mothers of Intention — Labor Day Weekend Edition

Sunday, September 5, 2010

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Soon it will be back to nose to the grindstone on PunditMom posts, finishing up the Mothers of Intention manuscript (fingers crossed for a January 1 launch date) and panel prep for the Activism + Media + Politics Summit in

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All Eyes on the Supreme Court

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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It looks like it’s all SCOTUS all the time this summer — Justice John Paul Stevens is going, Solicitor General Elena Kagan is (most likely) joining, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is grieving, the Senate is attacking …

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What’s Wrong with This Country?

Thursday, September 3, 2009

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I had many honest discussions with PunditGirl during the 2008 Presidential election about why her dad and I are Democrats, why we believed that the Bush administration was bad for our country and why we wanted a Democrat in the …

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Rush Limbaugh, Michael Steele and a 14-Year-Old Walk Into a Bar

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

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Yes, I know the fourteen-year-old wouldn’t be able to get into the bar, but it just sounds like there’s a really good joke there. I’m hoping that the joke is on the GOP. It’s quite a cast of characters that …

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