In a piece so brilliant it could only be published on Slate, Jamie Bouie writes, “The Path To The Presidency Could Be Harder For White Democrats In 2020.” Bouie is write but for the wrong reasons. Bouie chalks it up to Trump’s … Continue reading White Democrats Need Not Apply
It’s cliche to say but remains an indelible truism in American politics elections are decided by who turns out. We often hear in midterms how both parties focus on their bases while the ever crucial Independent and moderate vote waits … Continue reading Democrats Really Need Women To Turn Out In November
Do you all remember the Women’s March of 2017, the pink hats and “this p*ssy bites back” signs? The overwhelming glorification of respect for women’s historical struggles and pain? I remember that as well. How about Hillary Clinton, when she … Continue reading Is This Justice?
I’m going to touch on an uncomfortable topic for many of you, especially if you are a woman. We all know about the women’s equality movement, the equal rights movement, movements to support paid maternity leave and equal pay for … Continue reading Yes, Men And Boys Are Being Left Behind
The state of New York has given rise to a multitude of well-known politicians, the majority of whom are at least mildly embarrassing — Bill de Blasio, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Bratton, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Chuck Schumer, Al Sharpton, Donald … Continue reading The Guilty Weiner: Why the Left Should Be Harsher on Anthony Weiner
On October 24th, 1975 women all throughout the small island nation of Iceland dismissed their children and their jobs and went on strike to demand equal rights, as at that time women earned less than sixty percent of what their … Continue reading The Insignificance of ‘A Day Without a Woman’ from a Woman’s Perspective
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