October 12, 2016

Five Things Lester Holt Needs to Ask Donald Trump

Donald Trump has a well-documented penchant for rarely answering direct questions. If journalists try to pin him down, they get mocked or have their press credentials […]
June 8, 2016

Historic Hillary Victory a ‘Where Were You’ Moment

The historic nature of Clinton officially becoming the Democratic presidential nominee (barring something unforeseen) isn’t just about Hillary or my own dream of someone like her. […]
March 8, 2016

Six Reasons “Shake It Off” Should Be Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Theme Song

Hillary Clinton spent tons of time campaigning for many mid-term candidates in 2014 — did 18 states signal her affection for the 18 million cracks in […]
March 1, 2016

“Young” Feminists, Don’t Toss Out the “Old” Ones. We’re Really on Your Side

I don’t want to start another round of the current feminist wars. There are plenty of skirmishes all around depending on your age or background or […]
February 20, 2016

6 Things Ted Cruz Wants You to Forget, 2016 Edition

Two years ago, I wrote the first “6 Things Ted Cruz Wants You To Forget” post. Surprisingly, it has been a a very popular post. And […]
November 3, 2015

Is Our Love/Hate Relationship With Hillary Clinton Here to Stay?

How have we become so conflicted over one woman with the kind of goals and ambitions that most of us would encourage in our own mothers […]
October 7, 2015

Hillary Clinton’s Inner “Val the Bartender” is Her Key to the White House

“ ‘Everyone who wills can hear their inner voice. It is within everyone,’ ” said Mahatma Gandhi. That might just be Hillary Clinton’s key to winning […]
August 30, 2015

Hillary Has to Be the Girlfriend, But Trump Can Be The Grinch

Likability wasn’t just a side issue in this research; a whopping 90 percent of women who participated in a 2012 polling said that they had to […]