For Love and Money – It’s Economics!

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http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/13/business/13every.html?ex=1216785600&en=e8e20c60018c17fd&ei=5070&emc=eta1

Having an Economics degree from Wake Forest University and writing this blog on love and relationships, I really enjoyed the above article written by Ben Stein in Sunday’s New York Times. He uses economic principles to study the highly desired and scarce resource that is…LOVE. I hope […]

Hollywood Has Their First Glimpse of Me!

This past February, I had the pleasure of serving on Pamela Sorensen’s host committee for “Oscar Night America” which benefited the National Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross which helps the people of our community prevent, prepare for, and […]

Election & Engagement

With the 4th of July being next week, and the National Conventions right around the corner, I have started thinking about how much the social scene in Washington has changed since 2004, and looking further back, 2000. At the beginning of each Presidential term, Washington is flooded with enthusiastic young men and […]

A Ring for Jenna Bush

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The President will take on a new role today- Father of the Bride, as his daughter Jenna marries Henry Hager. Jenna Bush opted out of a glamorous White House wedding which would have been the first since 1971 in favor of laid back Texas tradition in her wedding at the Bush’s 1,600 acre […]

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