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“Lean In” Podcast: Sandberg, Slaughter, and What Actually Works in Relationships

By |April 3rd, 2014|

THE BOOK Lean In was published one year ago this past March. Sheryl Sandberg has begun to spread the word she thinks will help take women and the men who love us take the next step forward from where feminism began.

In speeches and in her travels, including Ted Talks that begin in […]

Chris Christie, Political Versus Legal, and a Girl named Bridget

By |February 1st, 2014|

Christie’s political problems are gargantuan, his brand forever damaged, but this is recoverable on the Republican side. The best news out of this is that the Democrats who helped burnish Christie’s reputation are now soured on him. As for legal jeopardy, that’s yet to be conclusively proven, which is what U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman […]

MSNBC, Chris Christie, and Why Dawn Zimmer’s Diary Defense is Depressing

By |January 20th, 2014|

IF WOMEN want to be players in politics they can’t be scared of politicians like Gov. Chris Christie. That’s the topic of today’s podcast, with leading players Lt. Gov. Guadagno, Gov. Chris Christie, Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer, MSNBC, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, as well as Rachel Maddow, whose shows on bridgegate have propelled […]

Politics of Sex Podcast: Sexy Relationship Films Fifty Shades, Her, Don Jon

By |January 16th, 2014|

THIS PODCAST is about sexy relationship movies with real sexual themes in them. In this “Politics of Sex” podcast I focus on why women will relate to Fifty Shades of Grey, even Don Jon, but why Her ultimately fails, especially where relationships and sexuality are concerned.

In case you didn’t know, today Oscar […]