Guest post by Diane Fairfax I really didn’t want to have a playdate last week. Had a ton of things going on — school plays, sports and an ailing mother to care for, but no was not an option for one particular mom who apparently lived for having playdates in her very small world reference. [...]
Guest post by Roger Caldwell As we get closer to an election year, I find myself watching politics more closely, and I’m noticing something familiar about the interactions of Congress and the president. There have been several issues lately (the debt ceiling, the jobs crisis, heightened tension in the Middle East) that have given us [...]
I heard a teaser the other day about the pending doom and gloom that comes this Halloween Day, the day in which the United Nations believes the 7 billionth person will be born, because of exponential birth rates that have caused a population explosion over the last 8 years. But the teaser didn’t focus on [...]
Guest post by T. Lynn We are in 2011, not the 1700s or the 1800s. America is in desperate need of reform in our country’s lawmakers. Congress is used to the same old policies that have become outdated. We have to eliminate all the old heads and bring in some new fresh meat. At 55 [...]
Guest post by Megan Renze I’m not sure if this only happens to me or if other people experience this too, but why oh why when I am talking about my kid to someone who doesn’t have kids, they compare having a pet (usually a dog) to having a child? They sit there and try [...]
A group of Young Republicans at UC Berkeley college set out to illustrate what they consider to be the great injustice of affirmative action. They decided a traditional rally would be trite and full of accusations of racism, so they have decided to take a very unconventional approach to getting their message out by holding [...]
Guest post by Jessica Bowden In Canada this week, fertility doctors have begun discussions regarding the suitability of obese women to receive fertility treatments. While no consensus has been reached, the topic has generated much controversy, many suggesting that to deny particular women treatment is to infringe on their human rights. The issue of whether [...]
I LOVE BATHS! I realize that many people, probably MOST people, don’t. They see taking baths, at best, as time consuming and at the very worst, somehow, unsanitary. Ive always wondered at that myself. Its my own dirt, my own germs, my own everything swirling around in that bathtub and eventually it will all be [...]
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