Monthly Archives: June 2016

Does Electing a Female U.S. President Matter?

“Tonight’s victory is not about one person,” Clinton said when she became the presumptive nominee of her party this week. “It belongs to generations of women and men who struggled and sacrificed and made this moment possible.” There are those … Continue reading

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Show Me a Woman Not Accused of “Negatives” and I’ll Show You One Who’s Never Put a Crack in the Glass Ceiling

You have to hand it to Hillary Clinton. She never gives up. Sure, she stepped out of Barack Obama’s way when it was time to let him run with the nomination in 2008. Then she served as Secretary of State … Continue reading

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Mohammed Ali Showed Us This: Parkinson’s Need Not Be a “Devastating, Debilitating, Degenerative” Disease

Listening today to the wonderful tributes to Mohammed Ali, we’re told that Parkinson’s medications work for a time and then don’t. Press reports abound with sad descriptions and depictions of Parkinson’s disease, especially using  the three negative D’s of Parkinson’s … Continue reading

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