Politics

The Equal Rights Amendment That Isn’t A Constitutional Amendment Quite Yet
Politics

The Equal Rights Amendment That Isn’t A Constitutional Amendment Quite Yet

According to the ERA Coalition, “94% of people nationwide across aisles support an amendment to the constitution guaranteeing equal rights for women and 80% of people believe it already exists.” It is time to finally, FFS, add an Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Equal Rights Amendment That […]

The Case For Burying A Head in Sand
Parenting Blog / Politics

The Case For Burying A Head in Sand

They are winning. The floodgates were opened and were systematically dismantled, piece by piece, with haste, in the cold light of day, for all to see. “Here we are, taking it all apart” Some wore hats and cheered. Others wore a scowl and held up posters. Most watched Netflix and […]

Three Cats on Inauguration Day
Politics

Three Cats on Inauguration Day

‚ÄčThe coffee pot blackness of night has given way to a steely eyed grey sky but still, at this early hour, the only light in the kitchen emanates from a trio of nightlights, each adorned with original artwork by my two daughters that’s been scaled down to the size of […]

Politics

I’ve Been Conned Too

Dear Trump voters, In the fall of 2015, I got a knock on the door from a guy who said my family was in danger. As we stood together in the doorway of my home, this guy told me how concerned he was about me and my family (he could […]

Let’s Get Political
Politics

Let’s Get Political

A blog, or the internet as a whole for that matter, doesn’t in any way adhere to the conventional societal wisdom of off-limit conversation pieces, those of course being politics, sex and money. In fact, I think the web was built on the second to make the third and is […]

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