Lena Dunham breaks it down in 140 characters or less why Anthony Weiner is not fit for public office: his abuse of power. (left)
And on the more humorous side, the WSJ imagines Hillary and Huma emailing each other about this past week. And yes - why isn't Huma the one running for office?!?!
The NYT has an excellent deep dive on the gender dynamics of choosing the next Federal Reserve Chairman...or perhaps Chairwoman...? The two top contenders are Janet L. Yellen, the Fed’s vice chairwoman, and Larry Summers. From the article: "But the choice also is roiling Washington because it is reviving longstanding and sensitive questions about the insularity of the Obama White House
and the dearth of women in its top economic policy positions. Even as
three different women have served as secretary of state under various
presidents and growing numbers have taken other high-ranking government
jobs, there has been little diversity among Mr. Obama’s top economic
Gabby Giffords takes to the pages of Vanity Fair to thank Michael Bloomberg for his continued fight for smart gun control policy.
Sam Power is one step closer to becoming ambassador to the United Nations, clearing the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this week.
Several Massachusetts women legislators are cleverly leveraging the opportunity of the minimum wage debate to discuss languishing pay equity legislation. Thank you to Sen. Spilka and Sen. Chandler for introducing the measure. (via State House News)