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Presidential Election

Is This the Best Way to Raise Money for Breast Cancer Research?

Hayley Rose Horzepa | Posted 12.22.2012 | Women
Hayley Rose Horzepa

By continuing to condone the use of this terminology in breast cancer awareness campaigns, women send the message that we're okay with the objectification of women and our "boobies."

The Word Obama Needs To STOP Using So Much

Zoë Triska | Posted 12.22.2012 | Books
Zoë Triska

But you know what else I noticed? President Obama uses the word "folks" extremely often, maybe too often. He used the word "folks" 17 times in total. Romney used it three times; moderator Candy Crawley used it five.

Three Reasons Why the Race Is So Close; Nine Reasons Why Obama Will Win

Robert Creamer | Posted 12.21.2012 | Politics
Robert Creamer

As Election Day grows closer, some pundits seem almost breathless in their prediction that the Presidential election will be close. Well, it has been obvious from the campaign's first day that it would be close. But there is overwhelming evidence that President Obama will win.

The Politics of Small Business

Nick Friedman | Posted 12.19.2012 | Small Business
Nick Friedman

If the presidential candidates want to address the "small business problem," they need to start tackling the issue of capital. Policies must be put in place that eliminate the fear over access to capital, and encourage bright minds to take calculated risks that could end up reaping exponential rewards.

On Presidents, Aprons and Second Shifts

Barbara & Shannon Kelley | Posted 12.19.2012 | Women
Barbara & Shannon Kelley

I'm starting to wonder if this presidential election might hinge on aprons.

The Rich, the Republicans and the Middle Class

Richard Hoffman | Posted 12.19.2012 | Politics
Richard Hoffman

It is pretty obvious why the rich are investing hundreds of millions of their own money to elect Republicans and to defeat Obama. These are investments from which they expect to amass enormous returns by exercising control over government financial policies.

High Anxiety and the Risks of Democracy: The Psychology of the American Voter

Pythia Peay | Posted 12.19.2012 | Politics
Pythia Peay

The presidential election is upon us and the body politic, buffeted by anxiety, is under stress. In part two of my interview with Jungian psychoanalyst Murray Stein, he addresses the psychology around being a voter in America's large and ever-changing democracy.

Why My Vagina Is Voting for Barack Obama

Hayley Krischer | Posted 12.19.2012 | Women
Hayley Krischer

Let's break it down to see if Mitt Romney can get your vote in the women's department over President Obama.

Healing America's Political Divide

The Saturday Evening Post | Posted 12.18.2012 | Politics
The Saturday Evening Post

I love my sister; hate her politics. Where do we stand on the issues? Let's just say that one of us gets all our information from Fox News and the other one gets it from The New York Times.

Why I Won't Be Happy Until a Woman Is President

Brienne Walsh | Posted 12.18.2012 | Women
Brienne Walsh

For the question of inequality in the workplace to really be answered -- or the situation to change -- we need a woman in the office of President.

Robert Murray: Worst. Boss. Ever.

Matthew Palevsky | Posted 12.18.2012 | Politics
Matthew Palevsky

If you'd like to work at a large corporation that happens to have a bullying CEO at its helm, you're now expected to conform to the political agenda of that corporation with your vote and perhaps even with your own personal finances.

Why I Wish Election Season Would End Already

Mike Hogan | Posted 12.18.2012 | Politics
Mike Hogan

I have a secret: I can't wait for this election season to be over. It's not that I don't think there's a lot at stake. There is. It's just that, as usual, we're not talking about the real problems facing the country, and real solutions for dealing with them. One candidate has apparently decided that the best strategy is to avoid talking to anyone who isn't already on his side. When you find out what he's been saying to the people he does trust, you can understand why. The other candidate, whom we've sternly instructed to stop spending so much time running the country so he can look tougher on TV, hasn't articulated any new ideas. His central argument -- I cleaned up their mess and killed the guy they couldn't find -- has a certain elemental appeal, but it's not exactly the stuff Spielberg movies are made of.

Donna Brazile On Up And Coming Possible Presidential Candidates (WATCH)

Posted 08.20.2013 | MarloThomas

When Donna Brazile, Vice-Chair of the Democratic National Committee, joined me on Mondays with Marlo I just had to ask her if she had taken notice of ...

How My Daughter Watches the Debates

Caren Osten Gerszberg | Posted 12.18.2012 | Women
Caren Osten Gerszberg

This Monday evening, Obama and Romney will face off for their third bout, this time in Florida. And from what I can tell, there are some debate drinking game rules that are bipartisan.

Deception: An Election Primer

Peter Alexander Meyers | Posted 12.18.2012 | Politics
Peter Alexander Meyers

The real issue in this election -- and it is both fundamental and urgently important -- concerns the proper uses of government.

Women, Toss the Binders -- It's Time to Advocate

Nancy Sherr | Posted 12.17.2012 | Women
Nancy Sherr

Men don't have to fight for pay equity, clamor to have their opinions heard at work and then have anyone ask the insulting question, "can we find any qualified men?"

Romney IS a Binder of Women

Brenda Peterson | Posted 12.17.2012 | Women
Brenda Peterson

While Romney boasted about considering his infamous "binders of women," for a job, it was clear he and his policies are the true binders of women.

A Banner Year for Women? Winning Is About More than Numbers

Barbara Lee | Posted 12.17.2012 | Politics
Barbara Lee

The "year of the woman" has gone through as many iterations as Mitt Romney's stance on abortion.

Astrology: Round #2 of the Presidential Debate

Larry Schwimmer | Posted 12.17.2012 | Politics
Larry Schwimmer

Both candidates exhibited their anger and dislike for the other. At the last debate there was only one opponent in the ring. In this debate was saw an energized, agitated Barack Obama climb in the ring, punching and counter-punching from the opening bell.

Make Your Own Damn Dinner, Mitt

Sheila Quirke | Posted 12.17.2012 | Parents
Sheila Quirke

Do men go hungry, waiting for their working women to tend to their most basic of human needs?

Arthur Delaney

Undecided Debate Questioner Rates The Candidates' Answers

HuffingtonPost.com | Arthur Delaney | Posted 10.17.2012 | Politics

Carol Goldberg waited a long time to ask a short question. Goldberg arrived at Hofstra University for the second presidential debate at 8:30 a.m. o...

An Inconvenient Truth

Chris Williams | Posted 12.17.2012 | Politics
Chris Williams

Truth is the one word that seems to have lost its meaning for two candidates vying to become president and vice president of our nation.

Take Your Kids to Vote!

Jill Herzig | Posted 12.16.2012 | Parents
Jill Herzig

My mother took me with her to vote when I was a kid. As we waited in line she would speak passionately about people around the country and the world who had fought and died for the right to vote.

Jason Cherkis

Mitt Romney's Bain Helped U.S. High Schoolers Get Hooked On Marlboros

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Cherkis | Posted 10.16.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- When Mitt Romney served as CEO of Bain & Co., his consulting firm helped tobacco giant Philip Morris develop a groundbreaking sales stra...

Donna Brazile With Marlo Thomas (WATCH)

Posted 08.20.2013 | MarloThomas

Donna Brazile, Vice-Chair of the Democratic National Committee joined me on Mondays With Marlo during presidential debate season to discuss the upcomi...