This year, I will not blame the voters…at least not the ones who showed up. I blame the candidates. In particular, the Democratic candidates. The ones that spent more time asking for money than votes. The ones that spent more time speaking to those that would never vote for them, instead of the ones who would. Continue reading Democrats Run Scared and Lose America
All of the working families initiatives promoted by President Obama have been rejected by Republicans in Congress. Continue reading Single Parents Have Most to Gain From Working Family Initiatives
A recent arrest in Houston, Texas reveals exactly how far – and invasive – Google’s email technology can go. Continue reading Google Email Scan Nabs Sexual Predator
The last four days of July 2014, California had four different governors. It was uneventful. Continue reading California Had 4 Governors in 4 Days and No One Noticed
This week’s Throwback Thursday also happens to be my birthday. In honor of me, I’m reposting a blog I wrote on the event of my 40th birthday. I’m still in my 40s…and still fabulous. Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 40 and Fabulous
Unmarried women have had the largest increase in new eligible voters since the 2012 election with more than ten million new voters. In 2012, if unmarried women voted in the same numbers as married women, the difference would have been an additional 6.5 million more votes cast.
Read More… Continue reading Single Women Voters Hold the Power in November