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Entries by Taylor Marsh from 03/2010

The Clinton-Falklands Kerfuffle

| Posted 03.03.2010 | World

Hillary Clinton's performance in Buenos Aires was not only an appalling display of appeasement, it was also an astonishing betrayal of the United Kingdom.

If Dems Appease Stupak, Pelosi Should Lose Her Job

| Posted 03.05.2010 | Politics

It seems that Barack Obama and Congress are prepared to double down on that action by allowing Stupak to become the Democratic Henry Hyde on abortion at the expense of women who put them in office.

Movies Are America

| Posted 03.07.2010 | Entertainment

I believe movies give people a way to believe you can get out of where you're stuck. Movies aren't simply the story of America and Americans. Movies are America itself. Dream big, live the dream, make it happen.

Poll: Democrats Slipping on National Security

| Posted 03.13.2010 | Politics

After 9/11 and Iraq, Dems are falling back in national security against Republicans again, which considering the successes of the Obama administration in Pakistan and against al Qaeda, is maddening.

Lessons from Rielle Hunter and Elizabeth Edwards

| Posted 03.15.2010 | Politics

Elizabeth Edwards was a primary player in this modern Shakespearean tragedy where no one has been spared, with Rielle Hunter the victor of a man not worth the sacrifices.

Democrats at Their Worst

| Posted 03.17.2010 | Politics

The current health care bill that Democrats are pushing actually limiting rights women have won through the courts over years.

How a Bad Bill Becomes History

| Posted 03.19.2010 | Politics

Presidents either earn the respect of people through merit or they wrangle support through sympathy. In the health care debate, it's the latter not the former for Pres. Obama.

Obama's Republican Health Care Bill

| Posted 03.23.2010 | Politics

From throwing people into a system without any choice, to providing a windfall to insurance companies, to using women's rights to get it done, this health care bill is one Richard Nixon would have loved.

There Is No Women's Movement

| Posted 03.30.2010 | Politics

The Democratic Party has come to believe that since Republicans do not stand up for women they have a captive voting block, even if they no longer deserve it. Where are women to go?