Post from a very wise man. Check out his blog.

Stephen Colbert SuperPac Concept(?)


I hope that I’m not the only one who enjoys the comedy presented on this blog. :)

Justice Grimaces As Obama Criticizes Court 3


THE JUSTICES WERE MADE UNCOMFORTABLE FOR A REASON. BARACK OBAMA’S PREDICTION SADLY CAME TRUE WITH A VENGENCE

OVERTURN CITIZENS UNITED: A Constitutional Amendment

COLLAGE: "Corporate Person" Cargill,...

COLLAGE: "Corporate Person" Cargill, Inc. Under Arrest on Anniversary of Citizens United (Photo credit: Rainforest Action Network)

Obama On The Republican Corporate Power Grab


LET ME JOG YOUR MEMORY:

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President Obama explains how the most dire warnings about the Citizens United case have been proven valid.


Jon Stewart Remembers the President’s “Ultimate, Last Push” on Obamacare 2


REMEMBER!

On his “The Daily Show,” Jon Stewart remembers the President’s last battle for passage of his signature legislation affectionately (yeah!) known as “Obamacare.”  As you know from the other day,  the US Supreme Court is preparing to rule on whether those laws are constitutional in part or as a package of laws.

Elena Kagan, Associate Justice of the Supreme ...

Elena Kagan, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Women?


ENOUGH SAID!

HOUSE WIVES, MOTHERS, SISTERS…FIGHT FOR YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS!


The job which most determines the future is that of the homemaker.  The “little woman” who cleans and cares for the home, prepares the meals, also raises the children of tomorrow.  Yes, the American family has many challenges. Don’t let the men make all the rules.  If you can’t join the protests and march, remember:

YOU HAVE THE VOTE!

MAKE MEN LISTEN TO YOU!

WOMEN MAKE MEN BETTER HUMAN BEINGS! More…

Working Women, Poor Women, House Wives!


IT IS VERY SIMPLE: WOMEN VOTERS OUTNUMBER MALE VOTERS

NO MATTER YOUR STATION IN LIFE

YOU CAN’T DENY MATHEMATICS…EVEN AT THE BALLOT BOX!


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Our History is Our Strength

March 2, 2011
Marina Y Sanchez
Freelance Columnist

 

March isn’t just about Mardi Gras and St Patrick’s day. It is also Women’s History Month. 

As early as the 1970’s, women’s history was unknown in school curriculum.  In the week of March 8th, International Women’s Day, was chosen as the focal point of the observance.

The theme for the National Women’s History Project this year is Our History is Our Strength. This project continues to teach and make aware of all past generations of women who made a stand, pressed for change, and made a difference in their society for all women.

To think of all that has changed since the mid 1800’s.  It all started with wanting to voice their opinions. After all, they lived in the land of the free. Why were there restrictions for women? At the time the specifics were:

  • Married women were legally dead in the…

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