22 02, 2012

Rick Santorum Doesn’t Want to be President

By | February 22nd, 2012|2012 election, Feminism, Making Our Political Voices Heard, Mom Vote 2012, Politics, Presidential Campaigns, Republicans|3 Comments

  Rick Santorum has found his footing as a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.  He's gaining attention by the day, which is borne out by recent polls that put him in a double-digit lead over Mitt Romney, the GOP pick who was supposed to be the inevitable challenger to President Barack Obama.  [...]

16 02, 2012

Dear Congress, We’re Not Stupid

By | February 16th, 2012|2012 election, Democrats, Feminism, Making Our Political Voices Heard, Politics, Republicans|4 Comments

  White guy, white guy, white guy, white guy with a yamulke, black guy. I don't have an image I can show, but that's how I would describe the witnesses invited to Capitol Hill by Republican Congressman Darrell Issa (also a white guy) to talk about -- prescription birth control!  Well,  Issa claims his oversight [...]

5 09, 2010

Mothers of Intention — Labor Day Weekend Edition

By | September 5th, 2010|Changing the World, Democrats, Feminism, Making Our Political Voices Heard, Moms & Politics, Mothers of Intention, Women in Politics|1 Comment

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 Washington, D.C. in a few weeks.  In the meantime, here are some Mothers of Intention [...]

6 01, 2010

Mothers of Intention — Momma Zen Takes Tiger Woods & Brit Hume to the Woodshed

By | January 6th, 2010|Mothers of Intention|14 Comments

It's hard for me to keep quiet when people who call themselves journalists veer into the realm of overly judgmental commentary.  So I've been stewing over the comments Brit Hume recently made about Tiger Woods and Buddhism, looking for a way to write about it that wasn't just a rant.  Even my friend Jodifur was [...]

22 11, 2008

More Important Things to Ponder Than Where the Obamas will Attend Church

By | November 22nd, 2008|Moms & Politics|9 Comments

I know that reporters and pundits alike are looking for things to write about now that the election is over. Sure, we've got some time to speculate about who Barack Obama will choose for his cabinet. And there's no shortage of real news, like the economy, unemployment and how we're going to keep world finances [...]