Here’s the good news: Women have become so politically powerful that even the anti-feminist right wing — the folks with a headlock on the Republican Party — are trying to appease the gender gap with a first-ever female vice president. We owe this to women — and to many men too — who have picketed, gone on hunger strikes or confronted violence at the polls so women can vote.
‘Courage in women is often mistaken for insanity,‘ repeats Connie Schultz in her 2004 column about the women’s suffrage movement. It was sent to me in an email a few […]
A friend of mine wrote today: “I am angry and very worried.” Another sent me a letter she has written to Governor Palin. Still another wrote: “I am so mad. […]
Take a look at the Daily Show’s September 3, 2008 broadcast on Sarah Palin’s nomination. It’s nothing but a side by side comparison of the pundits words from months ago […]
Senator McCain’s choice of running mates has scared me since the moment I heard it. Governor Palin was a brilliant option if you measure only for political maneuvering. But […]