REAL WOMEN WEAR PANTSUITS! An original who is still remembered on her 115th birthday, Marlene Dietrich — the honorary Grand Dame of Pantsuit Nation — was born in Berlin, Germany on December 29, 1901. In 1930, Dietrich wore a … Continue reading
So, for anyone who’s still in doubt, Hillary was championing women and children when you didn’t think it was a cause, when you weren’t paying attention, when it wasn’t “viral” on social media, or the cause du jour. Remember, integrity is what you do when no one is watching.
Missed the State of the Union Address last night? Here it is in a nutshell. President Obama: I have no more campaigns to run… Republicans lawmakers interrupt: clapping. President Obama: I know because I won BOTH of them (drops the … Continue reading
After a tense 24 hours of political divisiveness in the U.S., I thought it called for a bit of chill time, so I combined my passion for my political ideals to the notion that there was also a need for … Continue reading
Yesterday was a tense and frustrating day in the United States. Actually, it was more like cra-cra-crazy! The morning awoke the country to the news that the The Supreme Court voided a central part of the Voting Rights Act, a law … Continue reading
The day after America re-elected President Barack Obama, political commentator & television host Rachel Maddow perfectly summed up the meaning of it all, what was at stake, and what was saved, and why it was so important for the country … Continue reading
In 1969, Hillary Clinton made history as the first student ever to give a commencement address at Wellesley College in its then- 94-year existence. When Hillary gave her commencement speech — always questioning and challenging the status quo — she received a standing ovation after shocking the … Continue reading