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The Donald J. Trump presidential campaign has announced that Mr. Trump's wife Melania will be delivering a second, previously unscheduled speech at the Republican National Convention. The speech is being called a "mulligan" by Trump staffers.
Not everybody is predictable on the Presidential elections crossroads. While we understand Hillary Clinton's solid track-record in politics, Donald Trump seems obscure: running on the extremist platform, his lack of political experience is cited as a selling point -- and he's unpredictable.
Today, I want to urge you to actively seek out the most contentious, polarized, gridlocked places you can find. Because so often, throughout our history, those have been the places where progress really happens.
I couldn't stop feeling like Black Girls Rock! was doing more than entertaining us. It was bonding us. Halfway into the show, Michelle Obama walked onto the stage and for some reason, I had a visceral reaction. Suddenly, I started remembering moments from my childhood.
Michelle Obama carried out an impressive education agenda that rivaled her husband's in many respects. It seems that the two are a tag team for the ages, and P-20 education is lucky to have this duo championing it.
During the address, Americans would get to see shots of this Army Ranger sitting or standing next to the first lady, sometimes applauding with some difficulty at something the president said. But it wasn't until nearly the end of the SOTU address that America would get to know who this soldier, blind in one eye and with only partial use of his left side, really is.
Cutting bangs for most of us is one of those safe attempts at trying something new and adding a little spice to our old selves. Doing it in the high profile of the White House takes some courage. Good for Michelle for not being afraid. And better for Michelle for showing us how every mid-life crisis needn't end in inflicting pain on those we love.
The First family made quite the splash in their inauguration outfits at this morning's ceremony. Ellie Krupnick joins Abby to discuss.
Shortly after this month's election, I overheard several of my son's friends talking "smack" on the playground about the election's winners and losers. Nothing too derogatory, but several voiced digs along the lines of, "I can't believe your parents voted for [Candidate X]."