One is an Open Letter to Senator Clinton: Feminism is Not Academic, on Clinton’s hair-thin win over Obama in Indiana. The other is about how I love funny women and AbFab in particular. What does that have to do with… Read more ›
Now up at MOMocrats. So fresh, so breezy, so free from oil!
Up now at MOMocrats. Post discusses the national election through the lens of local county and state election of Iowa delegates who’ll go on to the Democratic National Convention.
I wrote about the Clinton campaign and the Ferraro debacle (amazing followup here in a televised “Special Comment” by Keith Olbermann), and urged both candidates to inspire us instead of mudwrestle. Both are up now. And I’ve had on slow… Read more ›
It’s tempting to read the Spitzer debacle through Monicagate, or to at least wonder what this means for Clinton’s campaign.
Up at MOMocrats.com: “Math-Lovin’ Political Bloggers, I Heart You.”
Because the Batsignal to his cell phone seems to be in a dead spot. As MOMocrats before me have eloquently posted here, here, here, and as is flying around the blogosphere everywhere, Democrats are in the position of having two… Read more ›
And by ‘geekier’, I mean that in the most approving and complimentary way…you who are reading this online. … So which campaign gives an indication of the competency to actually execute its proposed policy? Me, I think I’ll go with… Read more ›
OK, first the media amplification of a bigot trawling for Islamophobic innuendo in repeating Obama’s middle name. Then a highly entertaining (though issue-free) Saturday Night Live smackdown of misogyny exhibited by overwhelmingly male pundits, and an SNL rehabilitation of Clinton.… Read more ›
The Potomac primaries just ended, and I’m still a little annoyed at how the mainstream media seems to have all but called the race for Democratic nominee in favor of Obama, who leads with a delegate count of 916 (NYT)/1,275… Read more ›