Since when did being "pro-life" become synonymous with being prudish and anti-woman? Why does being "pro-choice" make you anti-family? When did the dehumanizing ad-tactics of the Mad Men-esque marketing world take its attack labels away from business and onto the political battlefield of Values vs. Rationality? Better yet, when did the two concepts become mutually exclusive … Continue reading What It Should Mean to be “Pro-Life”
Out with the Old: Perdue Takes the GOP Nod in Georgia Senate Race by Alexandra C. Pauley Businessman trumps congressman in tight runoff to face Nunn in race that could flip a seat blue.
In the language of gender inequality, we moved rather quickly from banning "bossy" to blaming a gendered "Confidence Gap" for the disparity between men and women in jobs, pay, and treatment in general. While I can respect the need to pinpoint how we change this grand societal flaw, I find myself still peeved by the overarching sense … Continue reading The ‘Confidence Gap’ Has Many Faces