10 Pieces of Advice and Resources for the Suddenly Homeschooling
This is our thirteenth year homeschooling, but for some of y’all I know this is your 13th day quarantine homeschooling. Welcome to the dark side. Don’t worry, we won’t make you wear a prairie dress on your first day. No really, let’s get real about teaching your kids at home.
I’m No Expert, But I Have Some Ideas
The single most important thing is that we work together to get through this ordeal.
Never Will I Ever
In the end, it is better to say, “I disagree with you, but I can see how you arrived at that conclusion,” rather than, “I am right, and you are evil.”
I Am the Actress. I Speak For the Girls.
As we enter another season of awards shows, prepare yourself for the onslaught of condescension coming from the Hollywood elite explaining how enlightened they are and how clueless the rest of us are.
Wilmer McLean: A Prophetic Analogy for Moderate Republicans
For the moderate Republican, there is no shock this time, no hoping that we will all wake up from this nightmare in which our Party is no longer recognizable.
Her First Time Voting
I thought that watching my daughter vote for the first time would be my proudest moment this chilly November morning, but I was wrong – it was hearing her tell me how much it meant to her.
31st District Campaign Becomes a Smear Campaign
The truth matters and voters have a right to hear it.
A Ladies Luncheon Like No Other
The room was filled with dozens of African-American and Hispanic women supporting 31st District GOP Delegate candidate DJ Jordan
21 Years Ago Today My Friend Matt Shepard Died
This issue is not political but personal. It changes from one to the other the moment someone you love says two simple words, “I’m gay.”
Democrats Have a Score to Settle
Republicans are going to win or lose together which goes beyond just attending each other’s events but actually sharing resources and strategies