I walked into the communal bathroom that I share with the two dozen or so other girls that live in the same hall as me here at the University of Richmond’s Lora Robins Court a few months ago and saw … Continue reading American Citizenship: Unchanged Since 1787
In recent months and weeks there has been an outpouring of Republican support for Green Energy and action on Climate Change. A massive change from just a few years ago, when the party was largely skeptical of the scientific facts … Continue reading The GOP is Warming to Climate Reality
I didn’t live through the 60’s or 70’s. But my parents did and they have instilled in me knowledge about how divisive a time it was. Obviously it was an era of great social, political, and cultural upheaval. But, much … Continue reading Is 2018 Setting Up To Repeat 1968?
On February 13th, 2017 President Donald Trump met with Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, to discuss trade and the challenges working women face. Ivanka Trump, the President’s eldest daughter, was among the female entrepreneurs present at the meeting. She … Continue reading Working Women and Conservative Feminism
In the span of a week it seems Democrats have moved beyond doom and gloom in the Trump era to a strategy to defeat Trump. Oppose, oppose, oppose. The strategy, if it can be called one, is predicated on appeasing … Continue reading It’s 2016 All Over Again
Democrats have gone all in on opposing Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees. On the surface such a plan seems to be benefiting the party. The base is excited, red-state Democrats are joining the cause and the Senate is getting bogged down … Continue reading Democrats Interesting Strategy on Trump’s Cabinet Nominees
Ever since Donald Trump issue via Executive Order his immigration plan (including the temporary refugee ban) it has felt like 2016 campaign is being fought all over again. Charges of racism and xenophobia are flying while millions of Americans argue … Continue reading Trump’s Immigration Plan Illustrates Campaign Divides