A Journey to Mississippi

In the summer of 1994 when I was 15 years old my father and I went down to Mississippi to visit my uncle and his daughter; a cousin of mine I had only seen in photos. I was excited and at the same time scared out of my mind to … Continue reading

Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Scores Big on Day One with Social Media

Word has it from Hillary Clinton’s camp that her announcement brought in some very impressive numbers in social media views in the first 24 hours of the campaign. The campaign announcement scored big with over 2.5 million views on Facebook, more than 3.1 million views on YouTube and it was … Continue reading

Religious Freedom Trumps Individual Rights in Supreme Court Ruling

I wasn’t planning to write about the Hobby Lobby decision tonight, but the more I read about it, the more incensed I become. I came of age in the 1970’s when women were fighting the battles that shockingly got pushed backwards today in the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Hobby Lobby case. I’ve fought … Continue reading

NRA Wayback Wednesday – Troutdale High School Shooting Update

Checking the wayback machine on the NRA today… @TerryMcCracken@d5e5@BlueDuPage Yup, let’s resurrect this NRA President Dude and re-install him at the helm pic.twitter.com/gv2SnCQnxC — DuneMyThing (@Kris_SacreBleu) June 11, 2014 Too sad… The gunman at yesterday’s school shooting in Troutdale, Oregon, was a gunchild: Oregon police on Wednesday identified the gunman … Continue reading

The Significance of the Presidential Selfie

I have been watching the media and social media expound over the Presidential Selfie taken at Nelson Mandela’s Memorial Service and wondering if all the hubbub was not much ado about nothing. What started as a Twitter storm launched at Michelle Obama for her “angry black woman” look in the … Continue reading