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Several years ago, a women’s working group at the Philadelphia Bar Association invited me to speak to their members about being a conservative woman in the legal profession. more
“No wife of mine will ever have to work outside the home if she doesn’t want to.” more
I have addressed several times in this column my visits to other greenways and trails. Like Cleveland and Bradley County, many municipalities seek to provide beautiful and functional pathways that benefit people of all ages. In my travels I have noted the hybrid use of greenways/trails and “regular sidewalks.” It is rare to find a trail within the city limits that does not occasionally veer off onto an established sidewalk or utilize a street crossing until eventually connecting back with the designated greenway. more
I only write about baseball a couple of times a year, which requires great restraint because I think about it every day. more
Tennessee passed a child-labor law in 1901. Prohibiting mines and factories from employing children under the age of 14, the law was dependent upon the courts for enforcement, since the state had no labor department. more
As we look back over our history, we see the tremendous strides women have made in the legal profession since the start of the 20th century. More than half of the graduates of law schools are now women. Four women are associate justices of the United States Supreme Court. Women make up approximately 33% of federal judges and 30% of state judges. And women are represented on all of the states’ supreme courts. more
The sun is shining today and Spring is upon us. Such days remind me still of the excitement I knew when I turned 16 in April and was finally able to get my driver’s license — a … more
When my three semi-grown daughters were young (and since I work in the lucrative world of public education), we’d spend our spring break holidays riding bikes to the park, making dad-sized pillow forts in the living room, and raiding the gift shop at the zoo. more
To The Editor: Recently, it was announced that a company called SK Food Group would be constructing a facility in Cleveland that is expected to employ 840 people. However, multiple media outlets … more
To The Editor: Why are you not identifying the male participant in the recent not-so-private tryst in the parking lot at the Dollar General Store?  more
My husband, Peter, and I are staying in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, which is, according to a lot of folks, a tourist town. more
The late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin embraced a philosophy that perfectly captures the official Catholic position on human value: the “consistent ethic of life,” more commonly known as the “seamless garment.” more
Banking must have been next on the to-do list of the things the Biden administration is planning to destroy. more
“Influencers” are described these days as social media icons with large followings. Not for me. My heroes influenced me the old fashioned way. more
Everyone should do it at least once in their life. Speak on the radio, I mean. While promoting my new book (search for my name on Amazon if you’re curious), I had the honor of being … more
In 1869, Hughie Jennings became the ninth of 12 children born into a Pittston, Pennsylvania, coal mining family. more
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