Democrats are moving women into leadership roles in key party organizations, including the campaign arms for national and state races â€” and even in the moderate Blue Dog coalition, which will be led by a woman of color for the first time in its 23-year history.
Why it matters: It's a recognition of the importance of women in the Democratic coalition â€” especially the role women voters played in the House midterm election victory â€” and a nod to the growing diversity of the party's elected officials. Republicans haven't made similar moves in their leadership ranks....
The Problem with Liberalism. "Unfortunately, knowing these things does not answer the ideological question. Should Christians be political liberals? Or even, to put the query the other way around, Can they be?
In one way, both forms of the question are wrong- headed. According to the letter to the Philippians, our commonwealth is in Heaven, not on earth. In the same vein, the Great Commission shows that the mission of the Church to the world is to preach the gospel, not to underwrite any worldly regime or ideology. Therefore the primary identity of the Christian is in Christ-it cannot be in liberalism, any more than it can be in conservatism, communism, or communitarianism." (J.Budziszewki) (Orthodoxy Today.org)
Jim, I have to admit that was a pretty good assessment on your part. The only problem is that many (if not most) women in the Democratic are militant in rocking empty cradles but also throwing unborn babies out with the bath water.
Iâ€™ve supervised all sorts of folks , everyone had their own skills or skill set. Some were good some not. But, my experience is if you get a female who plays up the victim card, and gets all others to agree, you better get a witness if you ever have to counsel that employee because they can make your life thunder. A gaggle can become a mob and their emotions become their truth and your organization can become endangered, and of the men are jerks, fire them all.
"The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Is the Hand That Rules the World" is a poem by William Ross Wallace that praises motherhood as the preeminent force for change in the world. The poem was first published in 1865 under the title "What Rules the World". The refrain of the poem is a commonly quoted phrase.---Wikipedia
How times change, quite a few of these women I don't believe are mothers