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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 […]

Making History, One Vote at a Time

Sometimes it takes an extraordinary candidate to cut through an almost insurmountable pile of bullsh*t. After Tuesday’s primary results, it’s clear that Hillary Clinton has finally taken on the mantle of the Democratic nominee. Despite some of the continued kicking and screaming coming from the Bernie side, she has now won a majority of states, […]

“Joy”: A Surprising Christmas Present Long Overdue

Christmas came and went. It’s funny to think that just a week ago I was scrambling to get last minute gifts and make sure everything at work was good to go before heading up North to spend some quality time with my family. It was a great break, a break I needed. Relaxing and full […]

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