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From ‘Mouseburger’ to Cosmo Girl Who Can Have It All, the Legendary Helen Gurley Brown is Gone

“Good Girls Go to Heaven ““ Bad Girls Go Everywhere.” – Helen Gurley Brown

“I think marriage is insurance for the worst years of your life,” she wrote. “During your best years, you don’t need […]

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The Incredible Shrinking Relevancy of Sarah Palin

SARAH PALIN long ago left center stage, with the final death knell her abysmal self-promotion during the aftermath of the Gabby Giffords shooting. Her stature is made smaller by her own efforts, which […]

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News Desk: Brazilian Women Rebel, with Caesarean Births Too Frequent Worldwide

IT’S A WOMAN’S body and it should be her decision. In South America, women are fighting back against rulings that take their own birthing choices out of their hands.

From the Associated Press:

A tipping point […]

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The Hawks are Back and Paul Ryan Wants to Make Them Sexy Again

We have a responsibility to speak boldly for those whose voices are denied by the jackbooted thugs of the tired tyrants of Syria and Iran. – Rep. Paul Ryan

IN CASE anyone was wondering why […]

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News Desk: Candy Crowley Lands Presidential Debate, First Woman in 20 Years

FIRST TIME in 20 years, a woman will moderate the presidential debates. CNN’s Candy Crowley, a veteran journalist, gets the nod, which was first announced by Drudge. ABC’s Martha Raddatz will moderate the vice […]

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News Desk: Saudi Arabia to Build Cities Dedicated to All-Female Professionals and Employees

SEXUAL SEGREGATION in Saudi Arabia is built deep into the culture. So how does a fundamentalist country move into the 20th century, let alone acknowledge that women in the modern world want to […]

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Bob Schieffer’s Powder Puff Interview with Romney and Ryan

IT WASN’T SOFTBALL, it was powder puff.

Taxes came up, but no re-direct to Mitt Romney.

Bain was brought up, but Mitt Romney got to skip it.

The first questions going round and round about how Romney […]

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News Desk: Egypt’s Morsi Sacks Defense Minister, Nullifies Military’s Move Against Presidency

FROM EGYPT comes a report that new Pres. Mohamed Morsi isn’t wasting any time in retaking the power of his office and attempting to shift the ruling authority from Egypt’s powerful military to the […]

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The Paul Ryan Pick, Conservative Activism Rewarded

VOTERS DON’T VOTE on the vice presidential pick, even if conservatives are slathering their primary wounds over his choice, which Mitt Romney knows. The choice of Paul Ryan isn’t simply about the base […]

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