• Potpourri
  • Spinning Wheels: Political Dehumanization

    As a Catholic, I am often dismayed by some groups who exhibit an unchristian attitude towards others while simultaneously claiming to fight to preserve Christianity. Often, these attempts at preservation can be hateful and harmful to minority groups. This is particularly true in the case of Muslims, who are often broad-stroked as terrorist sympathizers and […]

  • The Office
  • Stay-at-Home Executive: Developing Entrepreneurship Among SAHMs

    The days of stay at home moms might soon be over with a recent report showing that a majority of women contributed significantly to household earnings in 2015. Around 64.4% of American moms are wage earners based on the Center for American Progress Report. Mothers who support families financially are on the rise with 42% of moms bringing […]

  • Featured
  • A Note on Hate

    I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia, a long-time democrat bastion.  My neighborhood is fairly diverse, and mostly liberal.  Yet as a registered Independent, broad categories such as ‘liberal’ and ‘conservative’ do not interest me.  I find trends, or patterns of human action, far more interesting.  One particular trend has caught fire in my community. […]

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  • The Empowerment Delusion

    Living amidst the rather controversial and somewhat nuanced third wave of feminism, women are constantly being informed and reminded about the need to be empowered.  Women need to see their self worth, know their incredible potential, and thus, feel empowered.  The irony lies in the fact that “empowerment,” which may of once held merit, has […]