Monthly Archives: September 2012

Food, Glorious Food!

Where in our lives is food not present?  From our most important life events, to feeding our families and the kudos we get when they ooh and ahh at our creations.  From Julie and… Continue reading

The American Dream

What do the words “American Dream” call to mind? A home with a car in the driveway (perhaps another in the garage), a couple of kids and a golden retriever? A job you like, that pays well, and employs your… Continue reading

Spotlight on Colorado House District 03

Colorado House District 3’s race is between Democrat incumbent Dan Kagan and Republican challenger businessman Brian Watson. This is a real horse race and one that many are saying could indicate which way Colorado goes this election year. Both… Continue reading

Want to know what women care about this election cycle? Ask one!

Lately, I’ve heard much talk from men about women.  The sudden interest in women’s topics is refreshing, and women are pleased that our concerns are a topic of interest this year.  Hearing a top policy maker from DC… Continue reading

Enjoy Today as Tomorrow is not Too Certain

VISITING FROM LA , our youngest son, 30, a twin ,shared  some interesting thoughts about what he has observed and discussed with his peers about their future. His education behind him and student loan for his MFA from CA… Continue reading

Spotlight On Colorado Senate District 26

This is another installment in a series of articles spotlighting several key races across the Denver metro area. Senate District 26 is a race between Democratic incumbent Senator Linda Newell and her challenger, small business owner Dave Kerber.

Senate… Continue reading

I voted for Michael Dukakis

It was my first election and I was a registered Democrat. As a young, single woman attending college in Boulder, Colorado, no one was surprised that my choice for president was the Governor of Massachusetts, Michael Dukakis. To be honest,… Continue reading

Who Loves You Baby

 

by Joy Overbeck

Political gurus tell us the candidate the voters find the most ““empathetic, “likable” and “caring” nearly always wins. This explains why, with the Middle East in flames, the economy a disaster, and suffering Americans waiting to… Continue reading

Spotlight on Colorado House District 40 Part II

This is the second half of an article that is part of a series spotlighting several key races across the Denver metro area. House District 40 is a race between 2-term incumbent Representative Cindy Acree and her challenger, retired Overland… Continue reading

Spotlight on Colorado House District 40 – Acree vs Buckner

This article is part 1 of 2 in a series spotlighting several key races across the Denver metro area. House District 40 is a race between 2-term incumbent Representative Cindy Acree and her challenger, retired Overland High School principal John… Continue reading

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