Over the weekend, I kept a close eye on my Twitter feed because I was dying a slow, painful internal death.
“Millions of women have taken feminist advice and it’s led to unparalleled misery.”
At a recent Heritage Foundation panel, syndicated columnist Mona Charen made this assertion.
As my mother and I were driving down the palm tree lined roads of Florida’s beautiful Marco Island, where we spent Spring Break, we got involved in a discussion about speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference, which was hosted in Washington in the beginning of March.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about sexual assault in the military and noted (or complained a bit) that very little has been done in terms of fixing the number of sexual assaults in the military.
After having a brief heart attack last night when my Netflix wouldn’t load and being unable to watch House of Cards, I finished the remainder of the season this morning (don’t worry – no spoilers).
Yesterday, Sandra Fluke made the announcement that she would not be running for US Congress, stating,
“Thanks so much to everyone who encouraged me to#runsandrarun, your support means the world to me.