Bloomberg TV’s Betty Liu: “Because Sheryl Sandberg put herself out there with her book, does she still have a future at a private company? Would another company ever want her? Could she actually be a CEO now, or is public service her only option?”
A woman with strong opinions? Who dares to actually state them…in public? Who would want a leader like that! *kills self*
You have to be particularly good at detecting the intent of other agents to manipulate you. You have to be able to fend off your own manipulation, because one thing we require of moral agents is that they not be somebody else’s puppet … In order to fend off manipulation, you should be a little bit unpredictable. In order to maximize getting what you want in life, don’t tell people exactly what you want.
Younger Republicans are also the most likely members of the party to say that “more people of different races marrying each other” and “more women in the work force” have been changes for the better, according to a separate Pew study conducted last year.
The court led by Chief Justice Earl Warren is remembered for its cases on desegregation and the rights of criminals. The one led by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger veered right in criminal cases but also identified a constitutional right to abortion. Under Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, the Supreme Court delivered the 2000 election to George W. Bush.
Despair is potentially feminist. However, the “lighting a romantic candle arrangement for oneself” factor betrays an over-investment in traditional models of romance and dating. Plus, if she works through that bottle too fast, all her shit’s going to be on fire. PROBLEMATIC.