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
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
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
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
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
I recently polled a group of female friends to determine who was voting for a change in our current administration and why. They were asked to keep their answers to 3 sentences. Here are a few of the… Continue reading