Tag Archives: 2016 Elections

Know Your Voting Rights

Election Day is here! After a flurry of two years of one of the most outlandish, offensively misogynistic, reality-show like elections we have ever had the chance for each American to cast his/her vote to determine the direction of this country has arrived. We’ve laughed, cried, and stared dumbfounded at the TV and online media […]

Phone A Friend: Trump Couldn’t Talk His Way Out Of This One

Calling Sean Hannity! Sean Hannity are you there? Last night’s Presidential Debate showdown was an evisceration. For the first time Donald Trump met a match he couldn’t talk over and bully into a series of ad-worthy gaffes. Secretary Clinton was strong, composed, knowledgeable, and showed she even had a humorous side as she laughed again […]

Clinton’s Mirrors Takes On Trump In the Best Way Possible

I’m not one for cable TV. I don’t even have a subscription for it and can’t remember the last time I actually sat down to watch TV, let alone listen to commercials. Sure I catch the occasion sporting event at some local pub or a friend’s house, but even then commercials are overlooked or muted […]

Clinton’s Rise Means Strong Women Don’t Always Have To Be Nice To Lead

Originally posted on The Maverick Journal (August 9, 2016) Mark July 28, 2016. On that day, the last of the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton ascended to the podium to claim the first female nomination of a major party for the presidency of the United States. It was a momentous occasion, one that touched […]

Empty Pledges: What The GOP Does Best

Round and round it goes. The carousel of GOP crazy just keeps spinning; so much so that I am not even surprised anymore to wake up and find that yesterday’s statement has taken a 180. Donald Trump, along with Senator Ted Cruz and Governor John Kasich, renounced their pledge to support the GOP nominee – […]

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