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No Justice For Women - June 1, 2007
The Supreme Court is stacked; 8 Men and 1 Woman. So why are women surprised that we are loosing ground and our Civil Rights?

Vote for IronDove to be the Next Public Radio Host - April 25, 2007
I like to explore ideas that people don?t often think about. I want to be provocative and challenge people to think, to inspire, to examine and reexamine everything that we?ve been told to believe, and really consider our choices.

MOM is Not A Real Job! October 23, 2006
My son told me that MOM is not a real job. Boy was I surprised! The rationale, I don't get money for what I do. How do Mothers change this? I have an idea!

Credentials, who needs them? You do if you want a job. May 11, 2006
Many women who have spent most of their lives working as mom, don't have the opportunity to apply for a decent job because either they don't have the credentials or they don't have any recent experience.

My friend's estranged husband beat her up last night. May 5, 2006
Women Get Beat Up Everyday all over America and around the world. Domestic violence is so prevalent, and it is heartbreaking. What is it in the psyche of people that makes us unable to deal with conflict without resorting to violence?

Women need to step up and support each other! April 18, 2006
This weeks news has been filled with another stupid thing to divide women. They call it the "Mommy Wars". Don't get caught up in this nonsense! We need to keep focused and keep supporting each other! This election, make your votes count, vote for women!

Duke University Men's Lacrosse Team Accused of Gang Raping a Young Woman. March 30, 2006
It's shocking but not really surprising. The behavior started long ago in our youth programs. We single out superstars, continually treat them as if they are "Special" and eventually they feel so empowered that they think they are above the law. The fact is that rape is a crime!

Write a New Program, Free of Dis-Ease! March 10, 2006
I was thinking about disease. In general, what is Dis-Ease? How have the old bastions of perceived authority affected our lives? Who is running the machine? Is the perceived authority of the machine causing the disease? Perhaps it's time for a new operating system. We have an infinite number of program choices, and our choices will affect our future and the future of our children. How exactly a new world paradigm, free of disease is to be birthed, depends on women.

South Dakota Bans Abortion, Part3 March 9, 2006
IronDove, Podcasts, Podcasting, Abortion, South Dakota, Constitution, Women, Womans Rights, Supreme Court, Roe v Wade, Governor Mike Rounds, Fourteenth Amendment, Supreme Court

South Dakota Bans Abortion, Part 2 March 8, 2006
This is an assault against women and women's rights. It has been reported that over 300,000 woman have reported being raped last year. Only 39 percent of rapes and sexual assault are reported. Over 32,000 pregnancies result from rape every year, and that's only the ones that are reported. More than half of all rapes occur before the age of 18. In 2004 the CDC reported that 734,965 women were treated and released for acts of violence against women.

South Dakota Bans Abortion, Part 1 March 7, 2006
South Dakota Govoner Mike Rounds signed into law the bill HB1215 which basically is the prohibition of any acts that would assist a woman in terminating an unwanted pregnancy and bans nearly all abortions in the state. This is an assult against women and women's rights. South Dakota has decided to be the first state in the United States to fight the fight. By enacting this legislation in direct conflict with the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973.This is about a woman's right to self-determination.

Hamas, Women and The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. February 13, 2006
When it comes to the situation with Hamas and Israel the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights offers guidance, common sense ideas and a starting point for negotiations. Shaira Law and the outrageous aggression towards women can and must be turned around in order for this world to know Peace. This must be done by women, supported by those men who are enlightened enough, brave enough and secure enough in themselves to see through the veil and embrace the beauty that a world including a full partnership of the feminine will bring.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is elected President of Liberia! Jan 17, 2006
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the first woman elected President in an African Country! She replaces a brutal war-lord and offers new hope to Liberia and to the African continent. I believe that women will be the change that brings about a more peaceful world, and I am encouraged that even though the United States is lagging behind, other countries are moving forward in a progressive way. This is Wonderful News!

Poverty - Can it be Eradicated by Empowering Women? Part 2. October 21, 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the poorest places on earth. Twenty thousand people a day die there of thirst and starvation. One amazing woman has identified a real workable sustainable solution. She recognized that 80 percent of the farmers in Africa are women, and mobilized them to plant trees. Women are the caretakers and the keepers of the womb of humanity. The womb of humanity is the Earth.

Another Young Mother A Victim, her small children Orphaned. October 19, 2005
Another day and another young mother is found beaten to death, a victim of domestic violence. This 24 year old woman left a toddler and a four month old infant orphaned. Maybe it's time to think about marriage like driving a car. You take a course and a written test so Marriages don't have to crash and burn. Then people might know how to get off the road of marriage with out violence.

Career vs. Motherhood Why women are at risk for domestic violence. October 3, 2005
In an article today a reporter talks to her daughter about the job choices for women. Most woman who choose to work inside the home as a mother give up thier income, their name, and their ability to move about freely. Without an income they are at the mercy of their partner. Women stay in bad situations because they have no choices, powerless without money. Nationwide, worldwide women stay in dangerous situations. 50% of all homeless women and children in the US are there because of violence in the home.

My most precious treasure fits in a milk crate. September 26, 2005
My most precious treasure fits in a milk crate. The pay sucks, the job is grueling so...Why do it? Every waking moment I commit to the angels. The sweet little lives entrusted to my care by the Great Spirit. These are not mine, they belong to the universe, I am mearly their guardian and advocate, managing their care until they come of age. If I do my job the very best I can, my hope is to become obsolete.

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?

Is the Occupation of "Mom" Discriminated Against? September 21, 2005
Why is it so difficult for Mothers to be part of the political process? Is the Occupation "Mom" discriminated against? Being a "Stay-at-home Mom" is an occupation with specific limitations. The country has made specific accomodations for others with limitations with the American's with Disabilities Act of 1990. Listen to how interestingly this Legistation fits the "Stay-at-home Parent" profession.

The Equal Rights Amendment. September 20, 2006
The Equal Rights Amendment was introduced in 1923. Eighty two years later it is still not part of the Constitution of the United States. Why? Section 1. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex. Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article. Section 3. This amendment shall take effect two years after the date of ratification.

Representation - It's Time for Women to Use Our Power, Part 2. September 13, 2005
Our founding fathers might have been really learned interesting great guys for their time, but in this time the halls of our capital are carved with emptiness for women. Carved in stone are the rights of MEN. There is no mention of Women, no mention of people only Men. All PEOPLE are created equal and all people are entitled to be fairly represented. As we watch the process of the Supreme Court nomination circus we all have to consider these questions.

HumanValue- It's Time for Women to Use Our Power. September 8, 2005
Human Value, what does that mean with regard to women in society? In the United State of America we are not represented in our government, and globally we are not represented. Where does this leave our daughters?

The First day of School. Is Professionalism too much to ask? September 6, 2005
Today is the first day of school. This is where they start Powerful thinking in our Public Schools. It's very frustrating to a parent. We spend a lot of money, a lot of time, a lot of effort making sure our part of the process is working. Unfortunately, the system seems to suffer from "it's not my job" syndrome

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