Cornell Belcher made a statement about women taking over political leadership. It is clear women’s leadership around the world is successful.
We get a lot of good commentary from listeners of Politics Done Right. Here are some thoughts from one of our YouTube Posse Members after we were discussing men imposing on women issues.
MSNBC commentator Zerlina Maxwell did not pull any punches as she admonished an unfair system biased against women that caused Elizabeth Warren’s early exit.
I ran across a story in the Independent that frustrated me even as it gave me hope. Finland is led by a coalition government of five parties and all led by women.
My good friends are concerned that Elizabeth Warren or any other woman would suffer the same fate as Hillary Clinton. Here’s why no need to worry.
After receiving some IMs from two women, I think we need to remind people of what really occurred with a woman, Hillary Clinton in 2016. She won by a bunch.
No! Women do not need to submit to any man nor are women unequal to men. This type of mentality must end if we are to move forward.
We cannot allow the powers that be to reinterpret Midterm 2018 as anything but a resounding success, especially in this environment.
The big question is whether sexism can make women sick. The answer is found bound within the data and should surprise no one.
Minnesota Republican ex-governor’s call for Al Franken rescinding his resignation makes sense and should be taken seriously.