Post Tagged with: “Hillary Clinton”

The Future of Leadership: Redefining Business As Usual for 2017 Event

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Last Thursday, Lipstick&Politics held its final Leadership Salon for the year. Our topic for the evening is one that has been on everyone’s mind since the fateful presidential election: what does our future look like with Donald Trump as our nation’s president? A man, who has been accused of sexual assault, inspires and encourages hate and violence, and constantly lies […]

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How Trump Exemplified White Male Fragility

How Trump Exemplified White Male Fragility

President-elect Donald Trump became infamous for behavior and statements that were not normal for a presidential election campaign. He constantly claimed that the election was “rigged” against him, he demonstrated immature and defensive behavior, and was always busy saying lies or denying accusations against him. It’s still unbelievable how he won and got away with it all. But one of […]

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We Should Be Talking Politics At The Table Now More Than Ever

We Should Be Talking Politics At The Table Now More Than Ever

It has been an emotional election season. It culminated to a national tipping point with the presidential victory for Donald Trump and now, America’s future as a superpower and inclusive melting pot remains more uncertain than ever. In the wake of the ongoing aftermath of the election’s results, Trump supporters believe their voices were finally heard, while Clinton supporters fear […]

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This Is Where America Goes From Here

This Is Where America Goes From Here

In the early hours of November 9th, San Francisco was quiet. In a stunning turn of events, the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, became the next president of the United States. For weeks, it was expected that Hillary Clinton, Democratic nominee, was going to win and become the first female president of our country. But he defied the polls, the odds, […]

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Samantha Bee Helps Us Process The Election

Samantha Bee Helps Us Process The Election

Samantha Bee, host of her show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, is the level-headed, righteously disappointed voice for the nation. After the major upset of the election, chances are you’re probably still grasping the weight of it all: Hillary Clinton was incredibly close to becoming the first female president of the United States, Donald Trump won thanks to a silent […]

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The Overlooked Silent Majority For Trump

The Overlooked Silent Majority For Trump

In an election upset that will be remembered for the rest of American history, Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, became president-elect and defeated expected winner, Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. It left much of the nation stunned and eventually, stirred an impressive amount of citizens to protest the election. But there was a silent majority that voted for Trump, a […]

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We’re Excited For These Female Leaders

We’re Excited For These Female Leaders

The 2016 presidential election results came to a stunning end with Republican candidate Donald Trump winning the electoral college votes to become president, while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won the nation’s popular vote. It was a truly unexpected turn of events and the country was close to having its first female president in its 238 year history. Although we will […]

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Go Out And Vote For America’s Future

Go Out And Vote For America’s Future

A popular social media trend on Monday’s is #MotivationMonday. In it, users tweet and post inspirational quotes and words of encouragement to stimulate positivity at the beginning of the work week. It is a call to live in the present and look towards the future with hope, that whatever we do today  has meaning and shapes for a better tomorrow. […]

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The Long Road To A Democrat Congress

WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 18:  Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko addresses a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress September 18, 2014 at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. Poroshenko is also scheduled to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama later in the day.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, has all but won this year’s presidential election. Even with the most recent reveal by the FBI announcing their renewed invesigation of her email, she still maintains an overall lead over Trump. But while we most likely will have a first female president, congressional matters are still less in favor of Democrats. Read on: This […]

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30 Thoughts During The Final Presidential Debate

30 Thoughts During The Final Presidential Debate

If there’s one thing for certain about this presidential election is that many want Election Day to come sooner. The past three debates have been, to say the least, eye-opening and exhausting. They were fantastic opportunities to see how each candidate hold themselves and how each demonstrates what kind of leaders they would be if either became president. But receiving […]

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Prosperity Through Diplomacy: What Trump Doesn’t Understand

Prosperity Through Diplomacy: What Trump Doesn’t Understand

Many Americans are tired of America’s globalist policies on foreign intervention, foreign aid, and foreign trade. From Bernie Sanders’ supporters on the left, to Trump fans on the right, they’ve arrived at the same conclusions from different ideological origins.  They’re resentful of multinational corporations taking the biggest slice of the financial pie, exhausted by the never-ending cycle of foreign conflicts, […]

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Making Sense Of Both Candidates’ Stances On Tax Benefits

Making Sense Of Both Candidates’ Stances On Tax Benefits

As we brace ourselves for the final debate tonight, it’s important to look back on what’s been discussed so far. Although the Republican candidate and Democratic candidate disagree on many things, one of the issues that they both have said they’ll fix is closing the “hedge-fund loophole.” Of course, the differences between each candidate on this particular issue lies in […]

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30 Thoughts During The Second Presidential Debate

30 Thoughts During The Second Presidential Debate

While my heart said no, that it couldn’t handle to be twisted and beaten and torn between the two opponents in the 2nd Presidential Debate, my responsibility as a citizen told me to watch. So I watched, and interpreted whatever it was that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were communicating to us. When the fiery statements towards each other are […]

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