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There are a lot of ways to change the world. Because, face it: bringing about any of kind of change is best effected incrementally. You don't just set off one morning to run a marathon; you put on running shoes, you do some stretching, you run around the block, you come home and then you keep repeating, running longer and faster with every new attempt. Likewise with changing the world: it's the little incremental steps that do the trick. If we set out to just all of a sudden force a transformation, we wouldn't be very successful. Also, we'd probably get really bad cramps. ...more

 Kathi, that is beautiful, awesome and it shows me the power of people when they direct with ...more

The Mother Of The Octuplets Speaks

And to think, she doesn't even have an Apu with a milk bag!! This woman is SCREWED! (although... not literally) ...more

My first recession

I hear it every morning as my t.v. turns into my alarm clock. "Recession, stimulus, unemployment, foreclosures, death, distruction, the world is coming to an end." Okay so the end of that sentence is a little dramatic but the recession that we all wake up to every morning is depressing.  ...more

Looking to Entrepreneurship During Our Economic Crisis

  Looking to Entrepreneurship Education During the Economic Crisis  ...more

Economic Citizenship: The Political Economy of Handknitting

Of Economic Citizenship:  The Political Economy of Handknitting If America is to survive, We the People must rediscover how to be We the People.  Which means: citizens.  Which means: responsible members of this civilization.  Which means: citizenship is more than a legal status and a set of rights and entitlements.  It requires living and acting responsibly in the political, economic, social and cultural realms that, several generations of so-called social scientists to the contrary, cannot be separated. ...more

Drive Out Heart Disease With Jiffy Lube

The facts are really startling.  ...more

Women at a Crossroads - Fem 2.0

Feminism 2.0 at George Washington University was AMAZING.  Jen Nedeau, Cynthia Samuels and I got together and formed a panel about how we as women - in a cross-generational way - reach each other online AND offline.  LaurieWrites graciously liveblogged the panel.  Take a look at the highlights (Cynthia even mentions BlogHer on the panel.) ...more

I really enjoyed this session. It inspired me to write the poem below.

Ananda ...more

The Group of 17 Power Women

Last week, we introduced you to the newest women in the Senate as well as those who began serving late in the Clinton Administration. This week, we get to have--dare we say--a senior moment with the women who have been serving in the senate long enough to wield power on their committees, from recently re-elected third-termers Susan Collins and Mary Landrieu to the women who were there when Anita Hill spoke, including the Lioness of the Senate, Barbara Mikulski. ...more

Bill Henson and censorship in Australia

Consider the experience of Bill Henson last year. This exquisite photographer, one of Australia’s foremost artists, was forced to shut down his show on the day it was meant to open. Photographs were seized and impounded by police, who threatened to charge him as a child pornographer. Throughout the subsequent media furore, everyone weighed in–even the Prime Minister, who called Henson’s photographs “absolutely revolting”. ...more

FOR SHAME!! *My Weight Rant*

FOR SHAME!! *My Weight Rant* I have a rant coming on because This cartoon was posted in today's NY Post: ...more