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Another International Women’s Day is here. Even though it does not receive the attention that it deserves, International Women’s Day has received official recognition in this country. However, no day in our calendar honors an individual woman for service to our nation — or for work on behalf of women — in the way that other holidays honor men. Mother’s Day doesn’t count. It’s a patriarchal holiday that was squeezed dry of its founder’s anti-war message, paving the way for President Wilson to declare it a day for honoring mothers.
A quick reading of Senator Ted Cruz's experience in the military shows that he is in a good position to discount the military experience and sacrifice of Bob Dole and his political career as a person of convictions who is willing to stand up for them.
At this week's CPAC Convention Ted Cruz said,
Well it's been quite a hiatus, with the LSAT and first year of law school, but the Poet's Perspective is back online. I'd like to share some recent photos in the spirit of taking the road less traveled. Carpe Diem!!! From Harwich, Cape Cod!
Putin Warns Obama - Hands Off Puerto Rico
“Sleeping is a rudimentary form of time travel – in roughly eight-hour increments – after which I find I always have a craving for a bowl of cereal.”
- T.J. McSheey, while a student at Stonycliff College
The biggest claim in support of the Keystone XL Pipeline is that it will create a large number of jobs, as many as 20,000, and that is only the beginning of the number of jobs.
Those politicians who are claiming that killing the Keystone XL Pipeline will kill jobs get big donations from the oil companies.
The U.S. Women’s Hockey Team may have shed a tear as they received their silver medals, but their success in being second best on the planet still represents a memorable and laudable Olympic effort. For them to train, practice, play, and succeed at the Olympic level is an amazing feat for which they as athletes – and we as Americans - should be proud.
Paul Ryan, who claims a lot of what he believes is based on his Catholic faith, has a problem with poor people.
He doesn’t think they should be helped.
It is clear from the cuts he proposed in his budget a while ago that programs that helped the poor weren’t as important as those programs that helped corporations.