AMC points out that all three female US SoS were former Girl Scouts. It's ironic that Hillary was a scout and sold cookies, when she famously didn't want to even bake cookies, viewing such quotidian kulak behavior to be beneath her dignity.
AMC then asserts "Research shows that almost half the girls in the US are living in [low-income households]." The parenthetical substitution was done by Parade magazine, which makes me wonder what exactly Chavez originally said. Perhaps Chavez originally said "single parent households"? Chavez continues "We've got to invest in them so they can break the cycle." So, government should punish hardworking and disciplined people by taxing them and rewarding people who make poor choices by redistributing money to them, which means we'll just get more of the same bad behavior.
For some odd reason, the Wall Street Journal only interviewed Chavez and Sandberg and shunned Dr Rice for their similar March 8-9,2014 article "Don't Call Us Bossy", maybe because Lynn Sherr wasn't there to play the nonpartisan referee vs two lib dems. The article includes a misleading dubious chart:
I mentioned yesterday that Bill Clinton in 1994 (and then the Obama administration in 2009, reaffirmed it) gave official diplomatic assurances to Ukraine that their borders would be safe in exchange for the Ukrainians gutting their army and completely doing away with their sizable nuclear deterrent.
Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has a pillow in her California home that declares: "I'm not bossy. I just have better ideas."
CR: Leadership is hard because everybody who doesn’t actually want to do it wants to tell you how to do it. You’d better have thick skin.CR: What has always made our country special is that it doesn’t matter where you come from; it matters where you’re going. Our job is to make certain the pathways are open to both our boys and our girls.