women

So, here’s my latest column in the Communities at The Washington Times… Rosen vs. Romney: The equality of homemakers and the relate-ability of presidential candidates Who really has a “dark ages” viewpoint of stay-at-home motherhood, and what does relate-ability have to do with being qualified

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OHATCHEE, Al. June 15, 2011 — Last week, I happened to be running errands on a military post when the nearest TV displayed Fox News Channel announcing that Representative Anthony Weiner (D-NY) was about to make a statement concerning his rumored online affairs at any

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Yesterday, S.E. Cupp published a humorous list of this election season’s bright spots, blunders and oddities. As the hours count down to the moment that everything is said and done at the polls, I think I might be able to expand her list slightly. Alabama

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“Women are the last line of defense.” – Fire From the Heartland film trailer The following is a letter to Christian conservative women on the subject of the Bible and women in state government. Dear Sisters in Christ, As I write on this chilly October

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Pam & Tim Tebow (AP Photo) So let’em tell it! Liberal women’s groups et al are offended at the prospects of a Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mother, Pam.  The reason?  Because it is “likely to convey an anti-abortion message.”  In our

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“Why do you always wear dresses? Don’t you wear pants, ever?” queried my grandmother, affectionately called “LaLa” by all of us grandchildren. My mother’s stepmother always liked nicely styled things, from hair cuts to earrings, so questioning my clothes was something I should have expected.

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