The victory of Donald Trump was credited to his campaign hearing the pain of white working men. That demographic was not the only group to vote for Trump, but their supposed pain over their economic situation is not hard to believe or understand. Since the election, however, there has been a serious lack of desire… Read More Despair and Depression Follows Trump Victory
It makes no sense to me at all. Donald Trump, the GOP nominee for president of the United States, has shown himself to be racist and sexist, not to mention xenophobic. Though he visited a black church and participated in worship, he has not shown any real compassion for black lives. He has said he… Read More Black People and Women, Supporting Trump
While everyone is in shock over the murder of Reeva Steenkamp allegedly by “blade runner” Oscar Pistorius, I am more in shock that domestic violence against women is still such a major problem in this world. It is hard to believe the story that Pistorius offered about what happened at his home on Valentine’s Day,… Read More Reeva Steenkamp: Another Woman Needlessly Dead
OK. So Nancy Pelosi says Republicans are anti-government ideologues. My question: So why do they run for office? If one does not believe in government, then what do such political candidates believe in? Why spend literally millions of dollars to be elected to office? Why are they there? What do these anti-government ideologues want? They… Read More Big Government Be Damned?
I don’t even know what to title this piece for us “girls.” I know, though, that this thing, whatever it is, is widespread among us. I am talking about the situation where two women are friends, and then one of the pair gets a boyfriend (or girlfriend) and the other person in the friend–relationship feels… Read More Girl Talk: Losing A Friend but Not Really