For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Kuuleme Stephens. I am a Black Female Republican who lives in Tucson, Arizona which is located in Pima County. I, up until yesterday, was an elected Member-At-Large for the Pima County Republican Party. I was a third term Member-At-Large and functioned as the Pima […]
Last night, Peggy and I went to the Brauntex Performing Arts Theater to see Red Steagall. I found out things about Red that I never knew. For instance, he wrote songs for years before he ever recorded. He has been named, at different times, the Cowboy Poet of the State of Texas, and the Poet […]
Without warning, that which came into the Appalachian Mountains referred to as the Silent Killer or the White Plague, would leave our family without a father and even worse, a provider. Such was the case in that year 1943 when our Dad Clarence Carroll, would be diagnosed with the dreaded Tuberculosis (TB) disease that would […]
Nobody could have guessed that the televised Senate hearings on the nominations of Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court would be the top-rated show of 1991. America’s collective mouth hung open in amazement at the brouhaha that brewed up around Judge Thomas’ worthiness based on the charges of sexual harassment by one Anita Hill. […]
Sydney undoubtedly comes to life when the sun is shining. There is a buzz and vibrancy in the air that makes everyday feel like you’re ‘out-of’office’ even when you’re not and most plans involve some kind of out door activity – water-sports, BBQs, beach days, coastal walks, you name it. When it rains these plans […]
Femininity and political voice together in the same breath.
Giacobbe Giusti, VISCONTI of Milan January 21st 1277, after the victory obtained against the Della Torre in Desio, the archbishop Ottone Visconti enters in Milan (14th century fresco in the Rocca Borromeo di Angera) Giacobbe Giusti, VISCONTI of Milan Giacobbe Giusti, VISCONTI of Milan Giacobbe Giusti, VISCONTI of Milan La guivre des Visconti. Visconti Coat of arms of the Visconti […]