Taylor Marsh is an author and speaker, political writer, and relationship expert. Marsh was profiled in the Washington Post and the New Republic, which led to her second book, The Hillary Effect, that chronicles Clinton’s rise and the sexism she faced during the 2008 campaign. Her latest book, The Sexual Education of a Beauty Queen – Relationship Secrets from the Trenches chronicles over ten years inside the dating, sex and relationship worlds, where Marsh demystifies the challenges women face, from career and relationship demands, to finding personal fulfillment, offering solutions, as well as finally answering whether women can “have it all.”

Why Does the Catholic Church Enjoy IRS Protection?

The answer is simple. Because no Republican or Democratic politician has the courage to challenge any church today. E.J. Dionne reveals why:

That is why it is so remarkable that he utterly botched the […]

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Hillary Never Said ‘All the Way to the Convention!’

Gingrich is making the case that Romney can’t get a majority at the convention, his small circle of advisers are already eyeing favorable states in March and April, and those close to the former […]

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Sheldon Adelson Couldn’t Buy Newt Florida

If you wanted to know the state of Newt Gingrich’s campaign right now all you had to do was watch Fred Thompson on Meet the Press on Sunday. With his hair slicked back […]

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Election Year January Snapshot: Romney Up in Florida, Advantage Pres. Obama

Gingrich is badly trailing Romney by 11 percentage points, garnering just 31 percent of likely Republican voters heading into Tuesday’s presidential primary, according to a Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald/Tampa Bay Times poll released late […]

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Sarah Palin Isn’t Who She Used to Be

Sarah Palin rose to power in Alaska by taking on Republicans in her own state on ethics. It’s the very thing Tom Brokaw is talking about regarding Newt Gingrich in the Romney ad above, […]

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A Mitt Romney Moment: Fannie and Freddie

Art offers his perspective as a movement progressive activist.

Ever put a fortune into a company and then not know it?


In the CNN Thursday debate, Mitt Romney claimed he had no idea of his investment […]

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Google’s New ‘Privacy’ Policy

Don’t. Track. US.

It’s in response to Google’s new (ahem) privacy policy, which lands March 1, 2012.

Meanwhile, after Twitter announced it would agree to censoring tweets in some countries, a boycott call broke out.

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Queer Talk: Mayors for Marriage Equality

Joyce L. Arnold, Liberally Independent, Queer Talk, equality activist, writer.

Freedom to Marry, an organization working for marriage equality, recently announced a new campaign: Mayors for the Freedom to Marry. About 100 mayors “” […]

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Dash of Dan: Black Bottom Brownies

On the Dash of  Dan Facebook page, I posted a poll, asking how people like their brownies.

I find people fall into three categories, chewy, fudgy, or cakey.

What I like about this recipe, it’s mostly […]

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