Tuesday, January 3, 2017

The Woman Effect…from Kagan to Palin on The Daily Caller

June 23, 2010 by  
Filed under Politics, Women

For a writer it’s all about having a voice; most of us write because we want to engage in the collective dialog, especially those of us who write columns and commentary. Today, the people with whom I can have a conversation just increased exponentially: My first opinion piece has been published on The Daily Caller. […]

The Oil Spill: Good news for Elena Kagan

June 20, 2010 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Women

Some eastern religions believe in the yin and yang of life: Every action or event has a positive and negative energy. By not letting the negative overwhelm you, and tapping in to the positive side, you can benefit from even the worse disaster. Supreme Court nominee, Elena Kagan, hasn’t needed to chant any mantras to […]

Birthday Wanderings…with a little help from my friends

June 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Life

Today was my birthday; for the past week I have been enjoying the passing of another year. Combined with a concentration of friends, family and memories, it has all made me a bit nostalgic. With my Irish ancestry this state of mind should call for a bender, but since I don’t drink, at least to […]

When You Wake Up In The Morning…

June 4, 2010 by  
Filed under Life, News

Even with a bad economy and a recession heading in to its second year, there’s a certain level of comfort and security most of us as Americans take for granted. But the truth is, when you wake up each morning you have no idea what fate or God or “Mother Nature” has in store for […]