woman president

“If I have my way, there will be a woman on the ticket,” Booker said.
I brought a picture of my mother along with me, the one of her working her first job when she was 14 years old.
And so it is that the moment is now upon us -- what was once thought of as impenetrable is now crystal clear. Young girls and boys, older girls and boys will remember this date when Hillary Rodham Clinton stood on the verge of hearing...Madame President.
I think I am my mother's daughter, but that does not mean that I am a clone of her. She was unique, just as I am the only
I was chatting with a man I just met when the topic of politics came up. “I’ll be voting for Hillary,” he informed me confidently
Trump certainly has assets as well, primarily his ability to cultivate dissatisfaction with America's current direction. But in terms of getting actual votes on November 8, his strengths do not compare with those of Clinton. She will win.
Until there is more gender balance among leading roles in entertainment, government and corporate leadership, our sons and daughters will continue to believe the stereotypes perpetuated in the news,  media, and their everyday lives.
I couldn't help myself but to feel the pulse of excitement while watching the flick Makers: Women Who Make America, a movie about the "breakout" of the housewives to careerwives, highlighting Women's Lib, Ms. Magazine's impact on society, and the March for Equality.
Fiorina, who lost a bid for a U.S. Senate seat from California in 2010, said she is seriously considering a presidential
Clinton will tell a great many of us "What's Working" in the pursuit of gender equality. Arguably, a female president of the United States wouldn't hurt.
When Clinton, unlike Gillibrand, isn't on an important list of America's big political thinkers, does it matter?
It is time for us to closely examine WHY we don't support other women. Why are we scared to step out and speak up? What is the root of that fear? And why do we let that fear control us?