I’ll tell them you went down prying the wedding ring off his cold, dead finger. Well, thanks to the Internet. Is there a place on the web that panders to my lust for violence? Ah, the ‘Breakfast Club’ soundtrack! I can’t wait til I’m old enough to feel ways about stuff! But existing is basically all I do! You guys aren’t Santa! You’re not even robots. How dare you lie in front of Jesus? I daresay that Fry has discovered the smelliest object in the known universe! Well I’da done better, but it’s plum hard pleading a case while awaiting trial for that there incompetence.
Choice, which provides book reviews to more than 18,000 librarians, faculty members and key decision makers at schools and universities, has just posted its review of my book, Gilded Suffragists:…
As the nation’s capital readied for Woodrow Wilson’s first inauguration in March of 1913, activist Alice Paul made plans for a large suffrage parade of floats, marchers and theatrical representations….
The other day my sister suggested that the United States has not faced a crisis as challenging as the fight against the Corona virus since World War II. There are…
Thanks to Bekah Jorgensen, a blogger at the Motherhood Moment, for a wonderful interview about my new book, And Yet They Persisted: How American Women Won the Right to Vote….
The Women’s Centennial Commission just posted a blog piece I wrote for them, about the backstory to how women won the right to vote. Check it out here.