BY Jennifer Welsing in General on Jan 29, 2013 |
It looks like ObamaCare will be heading to the Supreme Court again. Though the high court has found the Affordable Care Act to be constitutional, companies and institutions both big and small are taking issue with covering birth control. The fierce backlash is in response to the section of the legislation that would have companies fully cover all "contraception methods and sterilization procedures" approved by the FDA. This includes the hotly debated ... Read More
Betty or Veronica? Which one should Archie end up with? Who would be your BFF? Which one represents your style, the girl-next-door or the spoiled rich one? These are the questions girls have been asking since they were old enough to pick up a comic book. And now, thanks to M.A.C. we can show our loyalty with our lipstick.
Following in the footsteps of such iconic ladies like Miss Piggy and Wonder Woman, M.A.C. is now focusing their mascara wands on the ... Read More
Shopping for jeans is hard. The choices are endless; cut, color, rise, what fits your style, what fits your body type. And now Wrangler is adding to mix by preying on the ultimate of issues: cellulite. Yes, the fashion icon loved by cowboys has developed three new jean options, two are made to help moisturize your skin and the other to help fight cellulite. Each option will come in varying styles. Now, you're probably thinking, this is great! All I need to ... Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing in General on Jan 15, 2013 |
Cute bracelets made from recycled metal and money that goes to a good cause? What's not to love! That's what Jessica Mindich, a former lawyer from New Jersey, was thinking when she started Jewelry for a Cause, a company that believes "purchasing jewelry could be guilt-free, even an act of philanthropy."
Having designed jewelry to increase awareness for Alzheimers and the shortage of drinking water in developing nations, this mother of two is now using her ... Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing in General on Jan 14, 2013 |
Here we go again. Another republican has put his foot in his mouth about what qualifies as rape. Rep. Phil Gingrey of Georgia, while trying to explain his colleagues’ beliefs about rape, came out sounding just as ignorant and incoherent as the others.
At a recent chamber of commerce breakfast, Gingrey, not just a congressman but the co-chair of the GOP Doctors Caucus, tried explaining fellow republican Todd Akin’s remarks about legitimate versus ... Read More