Health

Have We Been Bewitched?

I might be dating myself but I used to love reruns of “Bewitched” as a kid.  How great it would be to pop in and out of places from Paris, to New York, or to my Aunt Jennifer’s house… Continue reading

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder with Contraception

Senator Udall, really…this again…pitting women against women, using single ladies as pawns?  Your chess game is getting very predictable.  Have you forgotten the queen does as she pleases?  You try to make women believe that contraception is… Continue reading

Human Trafficking–what can I do about it?

There has been a tremendous amount of conversation in the media about Human Trafficking. The release of the State Department’s 2014 Trafficking in Person’s Report and the FBI’s summary of Operation Cross County success has brought this to light and… Continue reading

Butt Out of my Medicine Cabinet-It’s Not About Birth Control

The Supreme Court today sided with Hobby Lobby, and other similarly situated privately held companies, allowing them to choose not to offer specific types of birth control in their health benefits package.

The religious freedom argument is ubiquitous today, and… Continue reading

All Issues Are Women’s Issues

What do women want? It’s a question often asked and more often gotten wrong.

At a recent Centennial Institute gubernatorial debate focused on Women and Colorado’s Future, four women challenged Republican candidates Bob Beauprez, Scott Gessler and Mike Kopp to… Continue reading

Brains? Or Butts?

The cover of a popular sports magazine screams at me while waiting to purchase my bottle of water. The three young women are all posed with their arms interlocked, casually placed on each others “butts” while arching their backs in… Continue reading

My ObamaCare Story

As a struggling Colorado family, I can attest how terrible Obamacare has been for our financial stability. We have had to deal with increased premiums, a cancelled policy, and increased costs for our prescriptions. I have two children that both… Continue reading

Don’t Be a Low-Information Eater

My first trip to Colorado’s eastern plains was a culture shock. My future husband had driven me out to Holyoke to meet his family. As we drove 150 miles straight east from CSU, it was the longest stretch of uninhabited… Continue reading

Freaking about Fracking

When I was a little kid in Kansas, the rumors around kid-dom were that the earth was going back to an Ice Age and the killer bees were coming to get us from Texas.  So we would either freeze… Continue reading

Obamacare – Like a Jar of Peanut Butter?

So I thought of this analogy the other day; see if you agree.

The Affordable Health Care for America Act, better known as Obamacare, is like a jar of peanut butter.

Here’s my thinking:

Right now, there is a jar… Continue reading

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