Women’s Issues

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

Reclaiming a Heart of Generosity

February 14 is best known for giving over-priced flowers and chocolate, sending sweet notes, and dining with those we love. Most of us have participated willingly, but have questioned if Valentine’s Day is more about lining the pockets of the… Continue reading

Children of the City

Maybe you have heard the statistics…

30 million people are enslaved globally, funding a $34 billion industry.

It is estimated that 300,000 prostituted children live on the streets in the U.S.

900,000 people are trafficked across international borders each year.… 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

How to win an election with a 9% approval rating

Quit.  Quit touting party line rhetoric.  Quit making excuses for congressional dysfunction.  Quit with name calling and personal attacks.  Quit blaming others and start accepting responsibility.

Remember.  Remember that you represent everyone and not just… Continue reading

Let’s give socialism a shot…shall we?

So big freaking deal….what’s wrong if we become a Socialistic country….who cares??

What’s sooo wrong with a society where everyone is “equal?”  What’s wrong with getting rid of the super rich to eliminate the super poor?  What’s so… Continue reading

Why For-Profit Schools are Still Necessary in Colorado

In a state where higher education takes priority, the argument over how well for-profit schools really serve Colorado has inched its way forward as a hot topic in recent years. While national critics of the industry are blaming for-profit education… Continue reading

The Role of Women through the Eyes of a Millennial

As a young woman, rising up in times of political strife and polarization is no easy task particularly amongst controversial wars, an economic recession, and the implementation of a new healthcare system. Young women have had to develop their political… Continue reading

Colorado anti-gun laws target the most vulnerable – women and students left defenseless

 

By Joy Overbeck, The Washington Times, February 28, 2013

Colorado Democratic legislators are passing a hail of new anti-gun laws that prevent the most vulnerable from defending themselves in places often targeted by rapists and mass killers. Similar bills… Continue reading

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