Looking to be on the forefront of the American political scene? All you have to do is start with this group of mom bloggers from all sides of the spectrum.
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The Radical Housewife is dedicated to revolutionizing American family values one dirty diaper at a time. A writer, at-home parent, and activist serving her fifth term as president of Minnesota NOW, she makes righteous indignation fun.
I'm a DC-area mother with an over-developed sense of irreverence, ADD, socialist tendencies and a blog. All my opinions are entirely my own and not representative of anything officially sanctioned by any political party, my mother, or arbiters of common sense and good taste.
The MomsRising blog is a soapbox where people across our nation can talk politics, policy, and parenting. MomsRising brings together millions of people who share a common concern about the need to build a more family-friendly America.
Working mama of five Katie Allison Granju doesn't fit neatly into any specific political box. Although she's a lifelong Democrat who counts Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Estes Kefauver and Tip O'Neill among her heroes, she also loves reading William F. Buckley.
From politics to pop culture, marriage to motherhood and everything in between, if it's a topic or headline that impacts the lives of women and girls in the US and around the world, it's on About.com Women's Issues.
Coming to Grips with Realities of Motherhood, Conflicts Within Herself, & Relationships That Shape Her Life. Red Head. Writer. Berkeley grad. Wife & Mother of 3. Heather writes under the nom de blog "Scout's Honor" & boldly goes where most women dare not!
Open letters, unsolicited commentary, scathing criticism, invaluable advice and so much more. A blog at the intersection of politics and parenting for lovers of justice, hyperbole and complaint. Oh, and leftist. Very, very leftist.
Gloria Feldt, author of No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think About Power. Blogging about politics, leadership,women, and power because the personal is political--and vice versa. Heartfeldt always asks, "So what are you going to do about it?"
K-12 is education news from the grassroots up, written by parents, educators, & students. You're the expert on your local school; use news to have impact on the state level, or nationally. As seen on ABC, CNN, the LA Times, & in the San Jose Mercury News.
The middle of America. As for me, moderate in everything but politics:) I come from The Chicago School, not the Chicago Way--and I blog for the TEA party and for the future of my nearly-grown kids.
As an advocate,policy analyst, lawyer, and mother, Your (Wo)Man in Washington covers the intersection of politics and motherhood for the National Association of Mother's Centers and MOTHERS, Mothers Ought To Have Equal Rights in the Nation's Capital.
I'm a mom on a mission that involves getting conservative women engaged and involved in our children's future. I believe Sarah Palin is the mom we need at the top, and I'm doing all I can to support her in that effort.
Writes Like She Talks began in 2005 & was named one of the five best political blog names by WaPo's The Fix. Jill covers local, state & national issues. In 2009, she ran for and won a city council seat. Irreverent, honest & promoting women in politics.
I am interested in politics and current events. This blog provides me the forum to write about issues that we all face on a daily basis. We encourage feedback as we discuss issues in an intelligent, respectful way.