Feminism direct from Las Vegas!
As the presidential candidates gear up for their first debate next week there is no doubt that the single biggest issue on deck will be the economy. With the jobless … Continue reading
Before I moved to Nevada, I remember seeing reports on the news about such-and-such state being worst in the nation for something important, like education, health care, or even jobs. … Continue reading
While I’ve been recuperating my bad back, the Romney campaign has gone all flibbidy-woo over Paul Ryan. I thought it might be my pain meds, but then I remembered I’m … Continue reading
Today is Equal Pay Day. It represents how far into 2012 women have to work to make the same salary as men in all of 2011. And call me kooky, … Continue reading
Maybe I missed it in the 10 minutes it took me to wrangle my toddler to bed (7pm bedtime makes for a distraction-heavy 6pm State of the Union viewing), but … Continue reading
Just finished watching tonight’s Women, War & Peace, the five-part series on the toll of war and even the toll of working toward peace that women pay. Tonight’s episode, Peace … Continue reading