Category Archives: LGBT World Politics

The Decline of the American Housewife

The American housewife, to many, had long been a symbol of stability in the family. Fathers go to work and earn the family living wage.  Children go to school and learn to continue keeping the American family wheel moving.  This … Continue reading

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Parallel PM’s ? One’s Latest Observation

Leo Varadkar, the newly appointed Taoiseach, or Prime Minister, of Ireland, reminds us of another Prime Minster of the Irish Republic, whom also had an Irish mother and a foreign-born father.  Born in the United States, this other Prime Minister … Continue reading

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