Women’s Issues

The Real War on Women

This week I went to hear former ABC News reporter, Lynn Sherr speak about her recently published book Sally Ride: America’s First Woman in Space. Sherr gave an amazing tribute as a journalist and friend about Ride’s life and… 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

Bullying Women in Political Ads

The constant negative political ads that use women as pawns to influence votes are the “war on women”. They make us out to be single-issue voters.

The recent television ads against Cory Gardner are shameful. They politicize everything, making voters… Continue reading

America’s False Value of Women

I’m a woman. A successful woman. I have a business of my own and do non-profit work as well. I’m single, independent, and I’ve crossed the six figure threshold. From the looks of it I’m a great example of what… 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

Our Tax Dollars Building a Leftist Women’s History Museum in D.C

Recently, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 863 titled “On the Commission to Study Feminist History Museum” on a vote of 383 to 33, creating a commission to study placing the National Women’s History Museum on a location on the… Continue reading

Courage vs. “Courage” – The Colorado Gun Control Debate

California High School student Ben Wolman recently wrote an essay, for which he won an award in a Profiles in Courage contest, called “John Morse: Small Price to Pay.” Wolman and I have different definitions of “courage.”

Wolman… Continue reading

The Primary Challenge

A few years ago I served as campaign manager for a US Congressional primary candidate and things went negative.  Sound familiar?  Our opponent’s campaign saturated the airwaves with an ad touting that eight of our candidate’s businesses were… Continue reading

29 Rejections and the Thought Control

If you were rejected for 29 times, would you still believe in yourself and your ideas? After all, no one will blame you if you start questioning your beliefs after so many rejections.

I was put to such a test… Continue reading

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