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Podcast #115
September 22, 2005 - RT 13:15
Stay-at-home Moms discriminated against - Part 2. September 22, 2005

"Stay-at-home Moms" are excluded from the process because of a specific limitation. The limitation is our requirement for quality child care. Having a limitation does NOT make a person a sub-standard human being. The country has made specific accomodations for others with limitations, why did they forget us?

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Podcast # 112
Sep 15, 2005 - RT 12:45
The Pledge of Allegiance - Who needs it? September 15, 2005
Podcast # 113
Sep 20, 2005 - RT 12:26
The Equal Rights Amendment. September 20, 2006
Podcast # 114
Sep 21, 2005 - RT 13:49
Is the Occupation of "Mom" Discriminated Against? September 21, 2005
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