Let me put something out there right off the bat: I did not vote for Donald Trump. Nor did I vote for Hillary Clinton. I exercised my right for creativity with a write-in and voted for my former college professor who I honestly think would make a great leader. That was my protest—not assigning my … Continue reading I Have to Leave “Pantsuit Nation”
Some of my favorite things about being a woman are the very things that bring me the most grief for being a woman. There is nothing more empowering than being a sexy, sexual, full-of-feminine spirit type of woman; a woman who is confident in her body and mind and knows how to accentuate the most … Continue reading A Feminist on Sexuality: It’s Not Trump, It’s Culture
It looks like we’re in for a long haul on this one. Today, Booz Allen Hamilton, former employer of Edward Snowden released a statement letting the world know that the elusive whistle-blower has officially been terminated from his position with the contracting giant. Snowden’s whereabouts are unknown, for the time being, and the media is … Continue reading Do We Even Know What We Think About Privacy & Security?
Here we go again: another mass shooting, this time on California soil. California being a state with some of the toughest gun laws. The shooter is another young man. The victims are most likely strangers of the shooter. And we have another recurring thread that pops up in these mass shootings: mental illness. It was … Continue reading Individual Responsibility and the Tools of Havoc
Check out my guest post on the blog, New Modern Republicans. I think you might appreciate some of my insights--after several glasses of wine, of course. You can find the link to the post here: Introducing our Distinguished D.C. Guest Blogger-Jacqueline Coleman. If you have any comments, please feel free to leave them here, or … Continue reading History & Wine’s “Guest Appearance” on NMR
I’m writing in response to Word Press’ Daily Post Writing Challenge about “The State of the State.” The question was posted today, March 25th, “Where do you draw the line between a reasonable government attempt to maintain stability or solve a problem and an unnecessary infringement on your decisions?” Interesting question; this is right up my alley. NYC … Continue reading Drawing the Line on Government Intervention