Mindy Finn

Empowered Women

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Media strategist and Founding President of Empowered Women, a nonprofit that seeks to empower right-of-center women; co-founder of Engage, a political media company

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Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the first woman president, but many self-styled "feminists" are not supporting her candidacy.

The Politics of Feminism: It's Not All about Gender

Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the first woman president, but many self-styled "feminists" are not supporting her candidacy.

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President Barack Obama made political theater last week when  he fielded questions  from Republicans.

Questions for the President?

President Barack Obama made political theater last week when he fielded questions from Republicans.

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