"I love watching politicians walk into these town halls where everyone is booing. It's like they've arrived at the worst surprise party ever."
- Olivia Budgen shares her vegan take on an old favorite - Pesto!
- The future of thousands of unborn babies rests in the hands of eight... people next week. That’s right: The Senate Judiciary Committee, with 13 members including 8 Republicans, must pass Senate File 253 by Thursday, March 2, 2017, or this life-saving bill will die this session. SF253 will establish in Iowa law that human life begins at conception. We have little hope the Democrats on this committee will defend life at conception, but the eight Republicans who serve on that committee include: 1. Brad Zaun, Chairman 2. Jeff Edler 3. Julian Garrett 4. Dan Dawson 5. Charles Schneider 6. Jason Schultz 7. Tom Shipley 8. Amy Sinclair Below is the pertinent wording in Senate File 253: “The sovereign state of Iowa recognizes that life is valued and protected from the moment of conception, and each life, from that moment, is accorded the same rights and protections guaranteed to all persons by the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Iowa, and the laws of this state.” With pro-life majorities in both the Iowa House and Senate along with a pro-life governor, Iowa has never had a better political climate to end the shedding of innocent blood through abortion.
“I think it’s always a fun thing to see something that caused you joy in the past brought to life!”
"It’s not just a TV show or a movie, though. TV and movies influence how we view the real world, whether we like it or not."
"What's that like? I just can't even imagine." NOPE.
"I’ve found the more I honor myself, the more others honor me, too."
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I met her at a playground, and told her I watch another child in addition to my two during the wee...
"Words count just as much as action. And many of the words we are hearing these days are ugly and judgmental."
"Their privacy is worth more than our social media popularity."
"What better way to approach learning than through art?"
"The arts have long been a home for individuals who may not find support in the culture at large, and have served as a harbinger of broad social changes."