The inability to truly debate
Katie Hinderer | 13 November 2012
But even after the elections determined President Obama would have another four-year term, the angry debates continued. And all of this had me thinking, we have lost the ability to debate rationally.
Ignorance: innocent or inexcusable
Katie Hinderer | 28 September 2012
I see much more clearly the importance of researching the facts others give us before handing them on to others as fact. There is so much misleading information out there, most of which can be cleared up with a little legwork on our part.
The politics of clothing choices
Katie Hinderer | 16 May 2012
As a fashion blogger, I certainly am interested in what Michelle Obama was wearing on the Jay Leno show (a J. Crew sweater) or what Ann Romney wears while campaigning with her husband. At the same time I don’t think these clothing items should be fodder for personal ire with a candidate or his wife.
Does the appearance of a politial candidate matter?
Katie Hinderer | 25 October 2011
why is there such a dichotomy between men and women in the political arena?
Roe v. Wade,
New York Fashion Week,