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She Was the Nemesis of Hell’s Restless Spirits! In issue #4 of Nemesis, the modern pulp magazine, you will meet the incredible, mystical Femme Noir, sworn to oppose Lucifer’s Legions, in a complete book-length novel of demonic horror. When a mysteriously traumatized young woman begs for asylum at the Chapel of the Saints of Night, Father Tomansino must come to grips with one of the gravest errors he has made during his lifetime of stewardship. A moment’s negligence is all it has taken to open a conduit of pure evil and release an invasion of creatures from the pit of Hell upon unsuspecting humanity. His own desperate efforts to halt the release of the demonic hoards having failed, the terrified priest has only one hope. As the bloody monstrosities roam the city, slaughtering and devouring its citizenry, Tomasino turns to the shadowy, Femme Noir, Dread Nemesis of Hell’s Restless Legions. From the depths of her sanctum, the shadowy Chapel this Champion of Light issues forth to wreak destruction upon the forces of Hell, before humanity can become food for their gluttonous appetites. As her only mortal friend and ally, Detective Rick Harrell, rallies his forces to fight a desperate holding action against Hell’s most fearsome creations, Femme Noir battles single-handed through the blood-thirsty demons in order to risk her soul in a face-to-face confrontation with the sorcerer who has unleashed “Hell’s Hungry Darlings.” Also featured in issue #4 are new and classic horror stories including “The Challenge from Beyond,” the legendary round-robin novelette of cosmic horror by those classic terror masters H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, A. Merritt, C. L. Moore, and Frank Belknap Long. In Nemesis magazine, writes Rod MacDonald in SFCrowsnest, each issue features one of four “valiant ladies from different eras acting as the nemesis to various threatening forces including crime and evil. Names such as Rachel Rocket and Gun Moll come to the fore. It’s all ripping stuff–This i

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Working Together to Support Our Military Families

Every day, the men and women of our military perform incredible service on behalf of our country. And as the President has made clear, just as our service members have made a commitment to America, we have a commitment to them – to have their backs at home while they serve around the world.

A new partnership announced today by President Obama with leading banks and financial services institutions is part of meeting that commitment by making it easier for service members to access important financial protections that will save them money and help protect their financial wellbeing. 

In a speech at the American Legion's 96th National Convention today, the President outlined how his Administration and five of the country’s largest mortgage servicers are working together to help more members of our active-duty military lower their monthly mortgage payments. Our preliminary analysis suggests that this new partnership will help tens of thousands of military families save money by reducing their mortgage interest rates. On a $ 200,000 mortgage, even an interest rate reduction of only 1 percent will result in over $ 1,500 a year in savings for our military families – money they can put toward daily expenses, retirement savings, or sending their children to college.

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Top Official For GOP Governors Praised Their Strong Partnership With Koch Network

WASHINGTON — One of the top officials responsible for electing Republican governors this November lauded the partnership between his organization and a leading arm of the Koch brothers’ political network during a mid-summer conference.

Phil Cox, executive director of the Republican Governors Association, was a guest speaker at a June 16 event hosted by conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch in Dana Point, California. During his speech, audio of which was obtained by The Undercurrent and shared exclusively with The Huffington Post, Cox spoke frequently about the strong relationship that his group has enjoyed with Americans for Prosperity, a Koch-funded political advocacy group.

“We’ve been very blessed because of your support of this seminar,” Cox said at the beginning of his remarks, praising a range of Koch groups. “We’ve really had no stronger partner over the last four years than Americans for Prosperity. So thank you for all that you do.”

Close work between campaign entities and outside groups is hardly novel in the post-Citizens United era. Democratic candidates have also leaned heavily on deep-pocketed donors, networks of donors (such as the Democracy Alliance) and third-party organizations to fill in the gaps of their campaigns. What stands out about Cox’s remarks is his unfiltered description of the relationship. According to Cox, Americans for Prosperity and the Republican Governors Association aren’t just like-minded ideological entities pulling in the same direction. They are institutional supplements, working together in the legally murky corners of campaign finance law.

“The RGA works with multiple groups to promote free market principles, limited government and lower taxes,” said RGA spokesman Jon Thompson when asked about Cox’s comments. “Americans for Prosperity has been a leader for these policies that help grow jobs and success in the states, and the RGA is proud of our strong partnership.”

On his panel, titled “2014 Debate: Immediate Opportunities to Defend Freedom,” Cox followed Tim Phillips, president of Americans for Prosperity, and Marc Short, president of Freedom Partners, another Koch-backed group. His comments focused primarily on the state of play in gubernatorial contests, then five months before the elections. (Portions of the audio were redacted to protect the anonymity of the individual who provided it — “a source who was present at the event,” according to an official at The Undercurrent.)

The map was tilted in the Democratic Party’s favor, Cox said back in June. Six states with gubernatorial races and Republican governors looked competitive this fall — Florida, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin –- compared to just three with Democratic governors — Arkansas, Connecticut and Illinois.

The outlook appears largely the same today, save for Ohio where the Democratic candidate’s campaign has imploded.

But for the help of the Koch network, Cox said, the landscape could well have been worse. He gave credit to Americans for Prosperity “and other groups” who were “heavily involved” in the 2012 recall election that failed to unseat Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R).

“In Wisconsin,” Cox said, “it was a really tough battle in 2012. AFP was a tremendous partner.”

In Florida’s gubernatorial battle this year, Cox said, the presence of outside money would help Republicans keep pace in what he called “the most expensive race this cycle,” Senate contests included. He said the Republican Governors Association would spend more than $ 20 million to assist Gov. Rick Scott — “the largest single expenditure in the RGA’s history.” But that would be only part of the money going into the election. Cox predicted that “well over $ 100 million” would be spent in all, “maybe as much as $ 150 million.”

At other points in his presentation, Cox spoke in more specific terms, giving conference attendees a small window into the Republican Governors Association’s 2014 playbook. Having already spent $ 18 million to help Walker in Wisconsin over the past four years, Cox said, “This is a race we’re going to have to be engaged in right on until the end.” In Arkansas, he noted that his group was tying Gov. Mike Ross (D) to the stimulus and the auto bailout in attack ads and pledged “literally millions of dollars in get-out-the-vote activities.” And in Michigan, he said, the group “has, can and will continue to correctly invest in the state party,” stating that its investment “can impact get-out-the-vote effort that can help [Republican Senate candidate] Terri Lynn Land.”

Underscoring the complementary role that he saw Americans for Prosperity playing in the 2014 elections, Cox concluded with a thanks to “David specifically” — presumably David Koch -– “for his very strong support of the RGA and AFP’s great partnership over the last four years.”

Americans for Prosperity declined to comment for this article. Listen to Cox’s comments below:

For good-government watchdogs, the admission of a partnership between an ostensibly issue-oriented entity and a campaign apparatus sets off alarm bells. But several campaign finance lawyers told The Huffington Post that nothing in the Cox discussion likely crossed legal boundaries.

“A general discussion about a partnership, strong partnership, great partnerships, unique partnership, whatever, doesn’t really mean anything by itself,” said David Mason, a former chairman of the Federal Election Commission. Mason noted that because the Republican Governors Association reports its activities to the Internal Revenue Service and not the FEC, “it might mean that there is no federal issues at all.”

“Nothing you described to me sounds unusual or illegal,” he concluded.

But just because it’s legal doesn’t make it seemly. And other lawyers saw the Koch brothers’ retreat as yet another example of the current, everything-goes culture of campaigns.

“We are in a free-for-all legal world where there is a full-blown attack on what is left with the existing law,” said Stan Brand, a Washington lawyer with long experience in political cases. “We are back in the Wild West and the sheriff can’t control anything because it’s not clear what’s against the law.”

As Brand noted, cavalier treatment of federal campaign rules isn’t a feature unique to the Republican Governors Association or the Republican Party at large. Democrats have built up alliances of their own. President Barack Obama has appeared at fundraisers for super PACs supporting Senate and House Democratic candidates. He’s also attended a fundraiser at the home of top Democratic super PAC donor and hedge fund founder/environmentalist Tom Steyer, who himself has been a guest at the White House.

Steyer also happens to be a friend of the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin. Steyer’s group, Next Generation Climate, has spent heavily on ads in key gubernatorial races this year: $ 1.2 million so far in Florida and $ 1.5 million in Pennsylvania, with designs on Maine as well.

“We are competing in an open and transparent way,” said NextGen Climate spokesman Bobby Whithorne, “trying to level the playing field against the Koch brothers and their entrenched special interests. We know it’s an uphill battle and see this as David against the big oil Goliaths. … NextGen Climate is working in these races for the public interest, while the other side is spending its money on its own economic self-interest.”

Whithorne’s argument that NextGen Climate will be dramatically outspent by the Koch network is true on paper. The former group has plans to raise $ 100 million. At the June conference, Koch network officials confirmed that they plan to spend $ 290 million in 2014. But that comparison doesn’t tell the whole story: Other PACs, advocacy groups, unions, campaigns and campaign committees are pouring money into the November elections, too.

One indisputable fact is that there is a close relationship between the Koch brothers and the Republican Governors Association. In 2010, David Koch wrote a $ 1 million check to the association, which can take unlimited contributions from individual donors. In 2012, he upped the ante to $ 2 million. Through June 2014, he has donated $ 3.75 million while Koch Industries itself has given $ 525,000.
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8 Lessons I Have Learned Since Giving Up Television

The day my cable was turned off for good, I was lying on my bed in the midst of the afternoon watching a reality show about people with odd sexual compulsions. As the cable guy cut my connection, a guy describing his fetish for smelly feet was interrupted mid-sentence.

“God took my cable away,” I texted my daughter.

I was joking, but, honestly, my obsession with TV had gotten out of hand, and while I’m sure there are some quality programs on television, I wasn’t watching any of them. In 2011, I had watched the entire Casey Anthony trial on CNN, and even though we lived hundred of miles from the nearest ocean, it was not unusual for me to spend a whole evening staring at maps of potential hurricane paths on The Weather Channel. And as if that weren’t enough, lately, I had become fascinated with reality shows like Honey Boo-Boo, 19 Kids And Counting, Hoarders, Breaking Amish and Sister Wives. These shows had made me feel better about myself — more clever, more classy, more together.

I might be moving from a gray Cape Cod in the country to a rustic cabin in the woods with no cable access, but at least I did not have a family of dead cats lying underneath the pile of open food cans in the midst of my living room. I did not eat laundry detergent. I had not yet been the subject of an intervention, drug related or otherwise. I did not eat spaghetti noodles doused in ketchup and butter. I had not been shunned. I did not have to drag nineteen children with me everywhere I went. And I certainly did not have to pretend to be pleased when my husband expressed his undying affection for another woman.

Though learning to live without television was a challenge at first, just last month, we passed the second anniversary of our new life here at the cabin, and at the risk of sounding overly hippyish, I thought this might be a good time to pause and reflect on some things I have learned and to offer a few nuggets of wisdom to those considering cutting their own cable connections:

1. I have figured out that one does not need to watch The Weather Channel regularly to know what the weather is going to be like. I have figured out that generally one can just walk outside and look at the sky and get a good idea of what’s ahead for the day.

2. I no longer mindlessly peruse quasi news channels thinking that I am getting actual news, and I no longer watch the disturbing stories of celebrities unfold before me ad nauseum because I find these stories to be, well, disturbing. I do not know what celebrity has just been arrested for shoplifting, whose spouse just slept around, who is in rehab or who is eerily thin. I have just so much emotional energy to give, and now I can expend that energy on people I actually know who have legal troubles or marital problems or addiction issues or eating disorders.

3. It has been two years since anyone has even tried to talk to me about The Bachelor or The Bachelorette. Same with American Idol or any of those shows imitating American Idol. In fact, people actually stop discussing those things when I walk in a room. Enough said.

4. I’ve got to admit that the Olympics were hard. As was the World Cup and every other major sporting event. Everyone is always talking about sports, especially at bars where sports are always on big screen TV’s and sometimes on multiple screens, but my advice for those televsionless folks trying to maintain some sort of social connectivity during major sporting events is to simply drink more beer. That way, you will be at a bar when the television is on and can quickly catch up to speed. Another option is to take up a sport of your own so that while everyone else is sitting around drinking beer and watching sports, you can actually be out longboarding or free climbing or what have you.

5. I no longer begin sentences with the words, “I was up late last night watching…” If I happened to be up late last night, I was (1) reading, (2) writing, (3) cuddling my Dachshund who is afraid of thunderstorms or (4) cuddling my husband who is not afraid of thunderstorms. In any case, there is not nearly enough of that sort of thing happening in the world today, and now that I no longer mindlessly watch television, I have more time for all of those things.

6. Like major sporting events, the Oscars and the Emmys are a problem. Everyone is watching, and everyone is tweeting about them, and, sure, it’s a little like being back in high school, and everyone you know is talking about some party that you weren’t invited to. For advice on coping, please see #4.

7. Back when I had television, I used to spend a lot of time worrying about the what ifs. What if we have a major earthquake here in North Carolina? What if one of my friends gets a nose job that collapses? What if one of my young adult children suddenly joins a cult? What if my husband has a whole other family in another state and one day fakes his own death in order to be with them? Now, I take long walks with my Lab. I feed Vanilla Wafers to my goats. I pick wild blueberries and roses. I sit outside at a local brewery and drink Dale’s Pale Ale while I watch other people’s kids play corn hole. And somehow being outside and doing simple things makes me feel more in touch with the here and now and less concerned with the hypothetical.

8. I have taken up some new hobbies. I ride my bike — a lot. I hike. I make my own goat cheese and cream cheese, ferment my own yogurt. I grow my own kale and bake my own whey pies. I am learning about jazz and blues, and I have signed up for a poetry class and for contra dance lessons. The point is, when you are not watching television and thinking about inane things like how on earth someone could give birth nineteen times and still be walking around or how a human being could not notice she had a cat carcass rotting on her living room floor, your world opens up a bit, and suddenly you realize that even if you don’t want to make your own yogurt or pen your own chapbook, maybe, just maybe, there is something else out there for you to discover.
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12 Speedy Breakfasts for Busy School Day Mornings

I’m trying to be brave today. I’m not very good at brave when it comes to my children and growing up.

ER visits? Gnarly splinters? Friendship woes? Anything involving blood? I’m your gal.

Outgrowing a newborn onesie? First day of kindergarten? Graduation? You’ll find me I’m in a puddle of tears, handing the parenting reins to my husband.

Which brings me back to being brave. My middle daughter Rosie started high school today. A brand new school with a fresh set of peers. She donned a uniform for the first time and traveled by city bus packed with commuters. She’ll be taking classes alongside boys who look like men. She’ll read The Odyssey, for God’s sake.

She’ll be OK, I tell myself. She’s so capable.

Already she’s taking care of things, starting with breakfast. Worried about her early departure, she asked me for breakfast ideas. Ones she can make the night before or are quicker in the morning than poached eggs.

I embraced her request with the enthusiasm of a first grader asked to take attendance.

This I could do. I couldn’t keep Rosie from growing up at what feels like warp speed, but I could tackle the question of breakfast.

So this is for Rosie on especially busy mornings. The aim is to get some protein into her along with whole grains or wholesome carbs and healthy fats. Some of these meals are made the night before, others take a minute or two in the morning, several can be taken on the road and all are easy enough for older kids to handle on their own.

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12 Speedy Breakfasts for Busy School Day Mornings

1. Overnight Oatmeal. In a glass jar, combine a scant 1/2 cup rolled oats and a generous 1/2 cup milk and stir. Add any dried fruits, nuts, cinnamon, maple syrup, etc., you like. Leave overnight in the fridge. In the morning, heat in the microwave for 1 minute. It’s not as creamy as regular oatmeal, but still tasty and satisfying.

2. Breakfast Quesadilla. Stock the fridge with pre-grated cheese, pre-washed spinach/baby kale and whole grain tortillas. Cover a tortilla with greens, sprinkle cheese on top, and zap in the microwave until melted. Roll up and go.

3. Three-Ingredient Smoothie. Combine 1/2 cup plain kefir, 1/2 frozen banana and 1/2 cup fresh or frozen berries or chopped fruit in a blender and run until smooth. Sweeten with 1 to 2 teaspoons honey or maple syrup if desired. Scale up for bigger appetites. Take in a to-go cup if needed.

4. Open-Faced Waffle. Stock whole grain waffles (Nature’s Path, Kashi and Van’s are better options). Toast a waffle and spread with nut or seed butter. Eat it bare naked or add favorite fruits.

5. Hard-Boiled Egg. Make these the night before and peel ahead of time to make mornings faster. Here’s how: cover an egg (or several eggs) with water in a small saucepan. Turn the heat to high. Once the water boils, let it boil for one minute. Turn off heat and leave for 10 minutes. Transfer to the fridge until ready to use. For breakfast, pair with a piece of fruit and slice of toast.

6. To-Go Yogurt Parfait. Make this the night before and keep in the fridge. Spoon one cup plain yogurt into a small container with a lid. Top with a spoonful of honey or jam, any favorite fruit and granola or chopped nuts. Pop on the lid and take it to go.

7. Chocolate Breakfast Drink. Chocolate for breakfast? Yes. It’s better and better for you than powdered mix any day. Blend together one cup milk, one tablespoon cocoa powder, one and a half tablespoons peanut butter, one tablespoon honey and five small ice cubes. Whirl and down the hatch. DELICIOUS.

8. Granola Bar and a Glass of Milk. A good quality granola bar and a glass of milk isn’t a bad bet for a busy morning. You’ll find a few granola bar recipes here and tips for buying a better bar here.

9. Avocado Bagel Smash. Top 1/2 toasted whole grain bagel with  1/2 small ripe avocado. Add a pinch of salt. If time permits, top with sliced hard boiled egg or grab a cheese stick for protein.

10. Smoked Salmon Muffin Sandwich. Spread cream cheese on a whole grain English muffin (Rudi’s, Whole Foods Wheat, Food for Life and Open Nature are good options). Add smoked salmon and any of the following: cucumber slices, tomato slices, baby spinach. Sandwich together and take it to go if need be.

11. Nut Butter Banana Roll Up. Spread a whole grain tortilla or 1/2 whole wheat lavash bread with peanut, nut or seed butter. Lay a peeled banana at one end of the tortilla/lavash and roll up. Cut in half.  Substitute sliced apple, pear, strawberries or other fruits if desired.

12. Breakfast Trail Mix. When you’ve got 30 seconds for breakfast, mix together a handful of trail mix and a handful of your favorite whole grain breakfast cereal. Pop it in a sandwich baggie and take it to go.

You’ll find more breakfast ideas here and a line up of open faced breakfast sandwiches here.

For more from Katie, check out her blog, Mom’s Kitchen Handbook and her cookbook, Best Lunch Box Ever. You can also follow her on Instagram @KatieMorford and find out what she’s up to on Google+.
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Betsey Stevenson: “94 Years Later, Here’s Where We Are:”

Last night, White House economist Betsey Stevenson sent the email below to the White House email list, telling the story of the progress women have made since gaining the right to vote — and what's still left to accomplish.

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Hi, everyone –

In 1776, Abigail Adams wrote to John Adams, then serving on the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, and reminded him to "not put such unlimited power into the hands of the husbands."

Seventy-two years later, in 1848, women across the country gathered together for the first women's rights convention in Seneca Falls, New York.

And it wasn't until 72 years after that, in 1920, that women in the United States officially gained the right to vote.

Let's be honest: Change hasn't ever exactly come quickly for women in this country. And 94 years later — while it's undeniable that women have made leaps and bounds in every facet of American life, from the classroom to the boardroom — it's not enough.

Today, on the anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we celebrate Women's Equality Day. And today, the day-to-day operations of too many businesses and institutions still don't reflect true gender equality. We've got the data to prove it.

Throughout the day, I've posted charts that tell the story of the progress we've made — and the challenges women still face in the workforce.

Take a look — and then share these with someone you think needs to see them.

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Dirty Denier$ Day 19: Congressman Fred Upton

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Today’s Dirty Denier$ is Rep. Fred Upton, a Republican from Michigan and Chairman of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee. Upton has used his leadership position to try to move the nation backward, and his record on clean air and climate change keeps getting worse.

Upton has been all over the map on the facts about climate change. In 2011, he said he didn’t believe humans are contributing to global climate change. Since then, he’s been mostly silent on that basic issue, but he’s been loud in his opposition to doing anything about climate. He has used extreme rhetoric to characterize the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan, calling it “an unconstitutional power grab that will kill millions of jobs” and a “train wreck.”

And consider that one of the first bills that Upton sponsored upon assuming the chairmanship of the committee would have permanently blocked EPA from doing anything at all to address carbon pollution. Moreover, the bill would have increased America’s dependence on oil by undermining efficiency standards for motor vehicles, and cost consumers $ 58 billion. Upton has also given his blessing to multiple bills to undo various aspects of the Clean Air Act.

The dirty fuel interests that have given nearly $ 2 million in campaign contributions to Upton over the course of his career are no doubt pleased with his record. However, the same can’t be said for his constituents back home. According to recent polling from the NRDC Action Fund in key states including Michigan, overwhelming majorities of voters in that group of states support strong action to stop dangerous carbon pollution. This includes 53% of Republicans. Michigan’s Republican Governor Rick Snyder has said, “People may not agree about why climate change is happening, but it is certainly affecting Michigan.”

Michigan has a lot to gain from a clean energy policy. In 2013 alone, Michigan announced more than 1700 jobs in the renewable energy sector, placing it 12th in the country for new job creation. And in a signal that better days are ahead for both the economy and the environment, 380 of those jobs were in clean vehicle manufacturing.

Our advice: It’s time for Congressman Upton to once again reinvent himself. It’s time to stop being a Dirty Denier$ and start being a clean energy champion for his state.
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With a Conscience: “Fear”

“Always do what you are afraid to do.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

I was about four years old. My father took us all to the “Whortekill Rod and Gun Club” annual clam bake in Hopewell Junction. We loved going each year. In this particular year, there was a race for all of the kids. I was a petite little ball of energy with no fear. None. We all lined up and waited for the “On your mark. Get set, GO.” I went. Boy did I…I raced my little heart out and in doing so, watched every other kid run past me. Everyone of them ran past me. I ran though. I never stopped and by the time I reached the finish line, I decided that I would dance. In fact, even though I was last, I danced. I thought my father was going to just burst with laughter and I ran to him and he picked me up and hugged me. It never occurred to me that I had lost a thing.

As I get older, I am less fearful and more restrained about what scares me. I guess age does bring with it some amount of calmness. The reality is that we all have fears. The question is do those fears makes us stronger or simply “more fearful?” Sometimes the very things we’re fear are good for us. They turn out to healthy and when all is said and done we wonder what took us so long “not to be afraid.” Change is scary. It’s always been scary. We fear success and we feel failure. So here’s another question…”Why do we need to be afraid at all?”

Are we afraid of what other people will think of us once we change? Are we afraid that we lose something in the process of that inevitable change? When people say that, “I am not afraid of anything.” Are they telling the truth or are they lying through their teeth to make themselves less vulnerable? When I was a kid, I wasn’t afraid of anything which terrified my parents. They worked very hard to instill a healthy dose of fear whenever possible because well…they were fearful something would happen to me. Some of us hide our fears very well and I wonder about those people because sometimes we need to revert back to that kid who was fearless to help us succeed. Fear makes some people competitive. Fear can make us want to try harder. It make us stop from being happier too. We will run away or not decide to make a move when we know we should because we fear failure.

I would be willing to bet that fear of failure is the one tried and true fear that we all would agree is the most powerful of all the fears we may experience. The older I get, the less I fear which is ironic considering had I kept that child-like fearlessness, I could have done the following:

  • Danced for the New York City Ballet
  • Written the real sequel to Gone with the Wind
  • Passed my driver’s test…the FIRST time.
  • Moved to New York City at 18.
  • Parachuted out of an airplane or perhaps flew the plane itself.
  • Appeared in the latest production of Tennessee Williams’ “Glass Menagerie” on Broadway.
  • Never, EVER, run out of toilet paper!!!

When I was four, I wanted to ride the horse over at the farm that bordered my house. The horse was 30 years old and his name was “Major.” I decided to grab some clothes line and grabbed an apple and some carrots out of the fridge and ran over to Major who planned his daily visit in the afternoon. He leaned his head over the fence and as he ate the carrots from my hand, I lassoed him and proceeded to figure out how I was going to climb on his back. I couldn’t — I was too small. Even the fearless know they have their limitations as my mother ran outside frantically when she saw what I was doing from the kitchen window. I would have to wait a little longer, I was told. Major could wait but could I? Perhaps fear creeps up on us when we’re not looking and if it does, maybe it’s more important to know we’re afraid rather than deny it. My mom had been petrified at the prospect of my riding Major but for me, well…I was up for the challenge. Love makes us fearful because we don’t want to lose what we love.

I hope I remember to be fearless as each decade passes and as I am faced with decisions that I am particularly fearful in making. That would be my wish for all of us.
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MISSING: One Bunny Boy

When people find out you’re pregnant, advice flows freely from their mouths. Every new mother hears about diapers and baths, pacifiers and baby bottles. We get conflicting information about nursing versus formula, family beds versus cribs, and store bought baby food versus homemade, pureed sludge. It’s enough to drive us all a little loony, but we are thankful for the advice of seasoned mothers. At least I was.

Until now.

Earlier this month, I officially became the mother of a teenager. As I readied the house for the party, cooked food like I was making Thanksgiving dinner solo, and swore over the homemade butter cream frosting melting off his cake, I had very little time to reflect on the enormity of the day.

Not one mother ever warned me about the lull I would face in the wee hours between preparing for a thirteenth birthday party and the actual event. Because my son is one-fourth of the nerdiest family in America, I spent the hours after the cooking hanging Dr. Who posters on the walls, affixing a giant TARDIS poster on the door, covering the tables in royal blue tablecloths and hanging TARDIS lights. (TARDIS stands for Time and Relative Dimension in Space, a twirling British Police Call box that Dr. Who travels in, for those of you not in the know.) As I sat down to admire my work, I noticed the pile of pictures I had yet to tape to a board.

On top was Jimmy’s first picture, a slightly jaundiced stick of a baby born six weeks too soon and fast asleep for his first photo op. In stark contrast, the next photo shows a beet red Jimmy visibly screaming at the top of his lungs, looking for all purposes like I’d just dipped the child in lava instead of putting him in nice, warm bath water. Next in the pile was my Easter boy, a nine-month-old baby in a hooded sleeper complete with little white bunny ears. Then there was the one-year-old hambone I called my son, grinning for the camera with birthday balloons adorning the background.

That’s when Jimmy ran down the stairs and stood before me.

That’s when I started to cry uncontrollably.

Where is my bunny boy? He’s been replaced with this teenager, shadows of his former self lingering just behind the newly formed shades of the man he will become. Above his lip is the dark peach fuzz that I’m not ready to believe will someday be a mustache. Covering his milky brown eyes are the glasses he picked that he thinks make him look like David Tennant’s version of Doctor Who. His feet are three sizes bigger than my own. He’s a full neck and head taller than me. This beast that’s rumored to be my son has grown man legs, covered in hair as thick as his dad’s.

Gone is the little guy surrounded by frightening grass, his world limited to the well-defined borders of the blanket upon which he sits. Gone is the little boy who had me read the book Zelda and Ivy so many times that it literally fell apart. He’s no longer sticking his arm into the paint bucket all the way up to his armpit. He isn’t taste testing the dish washer fluid and already knows the danger of swallowing a quarter.

Before me stands this strange concoction of hormones that has my little baby’s voice sounding more like his father every day. I miss the way he used to sigh just before he fell asleep, and how often he told me he loved me. He’s too cool for that now, too big to show his mom he still cares.

I cry because I’ve got five years left before he becomes an adult. Five short years left. It hardly seems enough.

As I sat there, bursting into tears, sniveling and snorting like the mess that I am, he came over to me.

“Mom, what’s the matter?” he asked.

“You’re growing up,” I somehow managed to get out between gasps for air.

“It’s what I was made to do, remember?” he said to me.

No, I think to myself. All those well-meaning mothers with all their time-tested advice neglected to let me in on the pain that is mothering. How many mothers told me when I was pregnant that one day I’ll turn around and a half-formed man will be living in my house and my precious baby will be missing? How many mothers told me that the day will come when I can’t coax him into bunny ears for a picture even if I promised him unlimited video game time? How many mothers told me how much my heart will hurt when I realize my baby simply isn’t a baby anymore?

None. My sisters-in-arms left me in the dust to figure it out all alone.

I am left to find solace in the one thing left as proof that Jimmy is the baby I’ve raised all these years. He still squawks every time I tell him to take a bath, like he’s some kind of human-chinchilla mutant that only gets clean by wallowing in dirt. The next time he fights me about showering, I’ll argue back with a smile instead of a scowl, hanging onto the only inch of my little boy I have left.

This blog post is part of a series for HuffPost Moments Not Milestones, entitled ‘The Moment I Stopped Being Perfect.’ To see all the other posts in the series, click here.
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New – This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1850 Excerpt: …Save only deeds and purposes of sin, That evil men, whom darkness blinds within, Are bold to dare; these only not of God–Yet dread they not the scourgings of thy rod! Fair is the face of nature, deck’d by thee, Calling sweet beauty from deformity; And rich the store thy bounteous han

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Follow Along: White House Economist Betsey Stevenson Takes Over the “I Love Charts” Tumblr

Today, White House Economist Betsey Stevenson is taking over the popular "I Love Charts" Tumblr blog in honor of Women's Equality Day. Follow along here, or on the White House Tumblr.

Hey everyone! Betsey Stevenson here from President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers. In honor of Women’s Equality Day, I’ll be taking over I Love Charts to tell the story of the progress we’ve made in closing the earnings gap between women and men, and the challenges women still face in the workforce.

Let’s get started. Our first chart shows how women are increasingly contributing to family income and now make up about half the workforce. Since 2000, women’s labor force participation has dropped slightly, but most of that is because of cyclical factors and an aging population. While older women participate in the workforce at lower rates than younger women, the percent of older women who are working has increased since the mid-1990s, partially offsetting the overall decline.

At the other end of the spectrum, young women are more likely to be enrolled in school than they were a generation ago, and that’s good news. Since students (even ones who work part-time) are not considered to be in the labor force, increased school enrollment will depress the participation rate.

Wanna wonk out some more on this stuff? Check out our report on “Women’s Participation in Education and the Workforce.”

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Ruben Gallego Wins Democratic Nomination To Represent Arizona In The U.S. House

Democrats have chosen Ruben Gallego in the race to represent Arizona’s 7th District in the House of Representatives, the Associated Press reports.

Rep. Ed Pastor (D-Ariz.) announced his decision to retire from Congress in February, opening up the field for the Democratic nomination.

The Huffington Post’s Samantha Lachman reported on the race earlier:

One of the nation’s more competitive Democratic primaries will be decided Tuesday in this majority Hispanic, Phoenix-area district, where former Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox and former state Rep. Ruben Gallego are vying for the chance to succeed retiring Rep. Ed Pastor (D-Ariz.). Wilcox has the backing of Pastor as well as EMILY’s List, a group that works to elect Democratic women candidates who support abortion rights. But Gallego is thought to have a stronger field operation, and has endorsements from the Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood and a variety of unions. Wilcox attracted controversy for a campaign mailer that used the image of Trayvon Martin to hit Gallego for his B+ rating from the National Rifle Association. The mailer, which reads, “America doesn’t need more Trayvon Martin tragedies,” noted Gallego’s vote for a “stand your ground”-type law when he served as a state legislator. Gallego’s camp has pointed out that he supports legislation to expand background checks for firearms purchases.
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I wasn’t supposed to walk away from the NFL, but I did. I wasn’t supposed to be writing television, but I am. I’m supposed to be lost after football. I’m not. I’ve reinvented myself. This is my first transformation. I’m supposed to be broke right now, or maybe the statistics say five years from now. Either way, I’m not even close. I’m not supposed to be anything but a football player. But really, I’m just a guy who used to play football. There’s a reason I’m doing this.

The last few months of my life are a true example of the fact that everything “they” say can be wrong. I believe it usually is.

It’s largely assumed that there is only one way to happiness/success. Most often it’s some variation of going to college, finishing school, landing a good job, getting married, having a family, putting your personal desires aside and after many years of this you leave whatever you can for your children, retire and wait till it’s your turn to go. Now, I’m sure this structure works for a lot of people, but can this exact model be right for everyone?

Any person I’ve known, met or studied that has done something great and found their joy has done it by following a passion or an idea that felt right to them. Even if they were alone in it, they chased that desire without fear and trusted that things would turn out. They believed so deeply in their truth, that it was manifested and actually became their reality.

A question I like to ask people I’m meeting, or even people who I know, is ‘If you could be anything in the world, without any restriction or it even being realistic, what would you be?’

It always sparks an interesting conversation. One guy even told me he’d want to be an assassin. I backed away slowly… However, beyond the fun and imaginings it’s surprising to me how often the things that people say they truly want to do are actually very possible. They literally can be done. The strongest hesitation is the fear of stepping off course and doing something uncertain. Though certainty provides a strong level of comfort, the question is, will it please your soul?

“If you want guarantees in life, then you don’t want life.” — The Creator

A few months ago I moved to Santa Monica and became a member of the Writers Guild of America, West. I’m on the writing team of a new show that will air on HBO next summer. A year ago, a writing career was just a tiny seed of thought as I prepared for my sixth NFL season. And as I write this now, it has already begun to sprout. Through this experience I’ve learned that you can will your dreams into existence.

If only I wouldn’t have taken that step…
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This Rapper Just Won The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge With Marijuana

Just when you thought all variations on the Ice Bucket Challenge had been exhausted, rapper B-Real from Cypress Hill shows up with a bucket of marijuana.

“I know we’re going through a drought with water and all that stuff, so we’re going to do it a little different, but I accept the challenge,” B-Real, a noted marijuana advocate, says in a video posted last week to Hustla Subs, a hip-hop YouTube channel, just before a large bucket of marijuana buds is dumped over his head.

“Snoop Dogg, Willie Nelson, Woody Harrelson — you’ve got 24 hours to accept,” B-Real says at the end of the video, challenging three other celebrities with well-known affinities for cannabis.

We eagerly await responses from these three.

Donations inspired by the ubiquitous Ice Bucket Challenge — in which participants pour a bucket of ice water on their heads to raise awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a degenerative nerve disease — have been coming in at an astounding rate since the practice went viral earlier this summer.

As of Tuesday, the ALS Association (ALSA) — which fights the disease by funding research, supporting people with the condition and corralling federal resources — had collected $ 88.5 million toward its efforts, a majority of which had been donated in the past seven days. It’s a particularly stunning figure considering that the organization took in just $ 2.6 million in the same period last year, according to a statement released by the group.

And while B-Real is having some fun with the viral video craze, substituting marijuana for ice water, research suggests that the plant may in fact be an effective treatment for ALS. A study published earlier this year in the journal CNS Neuroscience and Therapeutics found that Sativex, a drug developed by GW Pharmaceuticals that contains both cannabidiol (a non-psychoactive compound found in marijuana) and THC (the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that causes the “high” sensation), may slow the progression of ALS symptoms in mice.

There is no known cure for ALS, a condition that affects the nerves and muscles of approximately 30,000 Americans at any given time, according to ALSA. More than 5,000 new cases are diagnosed in the U.S. annually.
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Blood’s Shadow

Blood’s Shadow


Encountering werewolves can be deadly. Trying to cure them? Murder.The Lycanthropy Files, Book 3As the Investigator for the Lycanthrope Council, Gabriel McCord encountered his share of sticky situations in order to keep werewolf kind under the radar of discovery. Now, as the Council’s liaison to the Institute for Lycanthropic Reversal, he advocates for those who were turned werewolf against their will. Everyone seems to be on board with the Institute’s controversial experimental process—until one of its geneticists is found lying on his desk in a pool of blood. Gabriel races to single out a killer from a long list of suspects. Purists, who believe lycanthropy is a gift that shouldn’t be returned. Young Bloods, who want the cure for born lycanthropes as well as made. The Institute’s own very attractive psychologist, whose most precious possession has fallen into the hands of an ancient secret society bent on the destruction of werewolves. Failure means he’ll lose his place on the Council and endanger the tenuous truce between wizard and lycanthrope. Even if he wins, he could lose his heart to a woman with deadly secrets of her own. Warning: Some bloody scenes, adult language, and consensual sex between adults. Also alcohol consumption at Scottish levels and tempting portrayals of unhealthy Scottish food.

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