Rebecca Bahret is a freelance writer and proud Facebook junkie. After eleven years in law enforcement doing everything from evidence collection to undercover narcotics, she is content in her latest (and favorite) assignment: Mommy. She is a Crunchy Conservative (hippy parenting, conservative politicking) and loves spending time with her two young boys and her husband — when he isn't deployed. Also, wine."
Kids are remarkable creatures. They are crafty and inquisitive and able to accomplish way more than adults usually give them credit for. This ability is fantastic when the task at hand is macrame planters, not so great when we’re talking about locating a firearm and figuring out how to shoot it.Read Full Story
Often times those of us on the political right talk about the liberal bias of the media and how it frequently seems that the journalists are stacking the deck against our candidates. Last night that bias was on full display for all the world to see as the CNBC moderators of the third GOP debate attempted to degrade the night into what Sen. Ted Cruz called a “cage match.”Read Full Story
As a conservative, I've been seriously recapping the GOP versions of the 2016 presidential primary debates, patiently awaiting my turn to mock the opposition. That time has come. If you missed the debate, never fear — all you need to know is here, almost exactly as it occurred, save a teeny tiny bit of Republican snark.Read Full Story
The second GOP primary debate of the 2016 election season held far more promise than the first. While still dominated by the larger-than-life persona that is The Trump, we were also able to hear from the other candidates — some who actually give hope to this conservative that all is not lost.Read Full Story
As a Republican, the 2016 election season officially began for me with last night’s presidential debates. I set my DVR, got the kiddos off to bed and settled in with popcorn and a notepad, ready to wade through the three hours of scripted talking points the 17 major candidates had planned. By the end of the night there were two clear winners: The Donald and Carly Fiorina. My party is doomed.Read Full Story
Iowa mom Melody Lauer has brought the issue of carrying a weapon while babywearing to the front of the national conversation recently with the media attention surrounding her "Babywearing and Carrying" workshop. The workshop trains parents who wear their baby and gun at the same time to do it in the safest way possible.Read Full Story
A Lubbock, Texas, middle school has pretty strict rules regarding haircuts. Its dress code prohibits any design shaved into the scalp, apparently even one intended to mimic or enhance a part. Based on this policy, when Monica Esquivel's son showed up at Coronado Middle School with what administrators felt was a "distracting" haircut, they took action: They waited five months, then colored in the line on his head with a black marker.Read Full Story
An Oregon elementary school principal is under fire for the unusual way she allegedly punishes students who show up late. Her "excessive tardy" policy, which she calls a "lunch detention," has kids crying at the thought of the humiliating way they will be shamed for not making it to school on time.Read Full Story
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