Monthly Archives: July 2016

All is/not well: What I believe and want to hear this election

As a woman of faith, there is integrated into my thinking through Sacred Scripture, Church teaching, and tradition–including lyrics of sacred music and the writings of Saints–an abiding sense that with God in control of my life, no matter what, … Continue reading

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The thinking behind Mr. Trump’s “meandering,” “rambling” style

As a twenty-eight year veteran teacher (PreK through undergraduate and adult school levels), I needed to understand, to recognize, and to address different thinking and speaking–learning–styles, including my own. Now, as a teacher in retirement, I can apply those same … Continue reading

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A Tale of 2 Women: Why one is #NeverHillary (Part 2)

Born in the same year, Mrs. Clinton and I have lived through the 1960’s/70’s women’s liberation movement, with its reciprocal impact on artificial birth control/abortion. And it is our divergence on the abortion issue that provides the second reason why … Continue reading

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A Tale of 2 Women: Why one is #NeverHillary (Part 1)

Having been born the same year (ok; I admit it–my birth preceded hers), Hillary and I share one overarching commonality: we’ve lived through many women’s rights inequalities, fights, and victories. (Oh, the deplorable personally experienced discrimination stories I could tell!) … Continue reading

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Enough!

Like so many others, my patience with the liberal media, Dems, and GOP #NeverTrumpers has reached its threshold. Here’s why, and here’s why I am speaking out–starting today. I am neither a bigoted nor an ignorant woman, and I am … Continue reading

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