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.”

What the Hillary – Biden Switch Articles are Really Saying

In our New Year’s poll, when asked what news event they fear most about 2012, Americans by a margin of two-to-one said Obama’s reelection. Only 16 percent said they fear the Democrat won’t win […]

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UK Guardian Interview with TM

Last week was busy for me. One interview I did was for the UK Guardian, which is up today:

Does the GOP have a woman problem?

They have a nice ending quote buy me, but […]

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Romney vs. Huntsman in New Hampshire

Taking Mitt Romney’s statement about “firing people” out of context is all the rage, but it’s wrong. Romney’s problem is that he’s the guy saying it and people likely stop listening before the context […]

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Gingrich Turns to Swift-boating

Maybe Obama reelect can finally get a day off, if for no other reason than to watch the coming onslaught. They’ve certainly done the job on Romney Republicans seemed too squeamish to do […]

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Chris Christie is Good for Romney

I’m just not seeing the offense. An “offensive oral sex joke”?

Over at Slate, Torie Bosch is incensed by Gov. Chris Christie’s banter with hecklers yelling at him “Christie kills jobs.” She works overtime […]

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Independents at Record Levels for Good Reason

The percentage of Americans identifying as political independents increased in 2011, as is common in a non-election year, although the 40% who did so is the highest Gallup has measured, by one percentage point. […]

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Pres. Bill Clinton on Occupy

In the Republican debates this weekend, not one question was asked about Occupy, which is typical, because neither big two parties represent the 99% anymore, though Democrats at least make a show of it.

From […]

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Attacks on Mitt Romney Fizzle Out Quickly, Media Remains Part of the Story

Mitt Romney suggested in today’s debate that only rich people should run for office, and then quickly celebrated the fact that he’d forced a rival to take out a loan against his house. Romney […]

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Debate Overload, New Hampshire Edition

Mitt Romney should have done this debate via Skype – Twitter

Last night’s ABC debate reviews are bizarre to read, because no one but Mitt Romney deserved a grade above C-. The other guys […]

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