Tag: political science



March 29th, 2017

I Said It Outloud…

I was leaving class with one of my friends on Monday night and I said it outloud.  I told him, I didn’t know if I would get my research papers done on time.  With work and family–mainly work–my schedule was getting derailed. He was encouraging, mainly because he’s unsure, too.  It wasn’t quite “misery loves company” but you get the idea.

March 11th, 2017

Power Without Persuasion

I’m getting back into the groove of studying and in U. S. Presidency we’ll be looking at “The Unilateral Presidency.” Neustadt puts forth the problem with the presidency today is the expectations of the people far outstrips the power presidents have. I work for a U. S. Senator and I met with a group that wanted to know what the

March 3rd, 2017

Thank you! A Look at Asking for Help…

My daughter is at the Southeastern Theater Conference this weekend auditioning. I say this to say, musical theater has been a big part of our lives. My sisters and I would dance for our parents on Saturday night. Pam would do the choreography and since she was a dance school diva, we had one costume to share.  So, my sister,