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Chianello: Calling all women — Run to win

Of the 24 members on our new city council, only four will be women, dropping representation of my gender to a dismal 16.7 per cent, the lowest in recent memory.  739 more words

Local News

We Laughed. We Cried. We Met Hillary Clinton.

One of the biggest Pillow Talk fans is my dear friend Ben Church. We met as teenagers at Central Piedmont Community College so we could get high school and college credit on our transcripts. 548 more words


Sandra Day O'Connor

Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman to be appointed to the Supreme Court. Sandra’s career didn’t start out as stellar as it ended—she had trouble finding a job as a female lawyer in the fifties, but she didn’t give up. 319 more words

First Woman

Working it: why the women who wear the clothes give fashion its power

I read this article and was very interested in what it has to say. Working it: why the women who wear the clothes give fashion its power… 194 more words


Another Hat in the Ring?

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Elizabeth Warren’s Latest Comment About Running For President Is the Most Cryptic Yet
—By Tim Murphy| Thu Oct. 325 more words


"Women's Issues" in Politics

MASON CITY, Iowa – There are many issues voters are focused on leading up to the midterm elections. In recent years, politicians are putting a lot of focus on so-called “women’s issues”. 477 more words


My recent interview with Scott Tribe

Blog interview with LPC contestant Mary Pynenburg – Vancouver Kingsway

Posted by Scott Tribe on October 17, 2014, at 11:51 am | 

I’ve had a brief sojourn from the blog as I’ve been dealing with personal matters, as well as the fact I’ve not had some of my folks who agreed to do interviews get back to me, but finally we have one today, and it comes from Mary Pynenburg, Liberal nomination contestant for the riding of Vancouver-Kingsway. 611 more words