Red. Blue. Republican. Democrat. Independent. Vote for a woman running for office and aim for a woman in the Oval Office. That is the rallying cry of author Rebecca Sive, whose latest book. Vote Her In: Your Guide To Electing Our First Woman President, bears this caveat: “It’s easy to
With the countdown to the presidential election gathering intensity, no doubt tensions arise over political discussions in the office, meetings or at business conference, events or dinners. Perhaps you work with all like-minded voters and you can openly share your opinions. Everyone w
Dear Donald: Thank you. Sorry/not sorry about your no-good, miserable recent weeks, not helped by denials of misconduct during the latest debate, followed by calling Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman.” But seriously, there was nothing new really in what you said about women—wretched and
I love this time of year: Election Season. A time when videos emerge urging people, and more importantly getting people pumped, to vote. A time when I get to see political memes flood my Facebook newsfeed. A time where I feel powerful because I am invoking my right to vote for the dec
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