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12 April, 2013 at 6:12 am in Computer

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In Maureen Dowd's New york Times column, she assesses the likelihood that Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016, "Her new haircut sends a signal of shimmering intention, " Dowd writes. "She has ditched the skinned back bun that gave her the air of a K. G. B. villainess in a Bond movie and has a sleek new layered cut that looks modern and glamorous. "New York's Jonathan Chait argues that clothes and haircuts are fair game for political criticism because that commentary amounts to "discussing Clinton's actions and choices. "But a woman's choice of shoe doesn't lend any insight into how she'll run her business, her haircut does not portend how she'll run her country. Along with former Washington Post fashion columnist Robin Givhan — Isabel Marant who once wrote 800 words on the political import of Clinton's cleavage — Dowd is one of the most flagrant overthinkers of the clothing choices of powerful women. She calls Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer "the 37 year old supergeek with the supermodel looks" with a spendy affinity for "Oscar de la Rentas. " She describes Lean In as Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's "grandiose plan to become the PowerPoint Pied Piper in Prada ankle boots reigniting the women's revolution. "The implication is that we can understand a woman just by looking at her. If footwear and haircuts have the power to portend what leaders think, it's odd these choices don't play into Dowd's recent columns on Dick Cheney, President Barack Obama, Andrew Cuomo or George W. Bush. Here's a good rule of thumb for political commentators, The clothing you're writing about says more about you than it does about her. North Branch Area Middle School NBAMS , student group “Friends of Rachel” and the North Branch Rotary hosted a "Day Without Shoes. " Students wore shoes to school, but paid $1 to go without shoes during the day. NBAMS will give the money raised to Rotary, which will then work with the Rotary in South Africa which funds SOS Africa the school for the poorest of children in the South African townships. The money will be used to buy shoes Isabel Marant Wedge Sneakers for those students without shoes. Students raised $594. 50. Over half the entire student population went without shoes for the day! To make things even more exciting, an anonymous donor came forward and agreed to match what the students raised. The community donor ended up contributing $600 to support NBAMS's fundraiser. In all, a grand total of $1194. 50 http://www.isabelmarantscashop.com/! According to a SOS Africa spokesperson, the money raised will buy over 100 pairs of shoes. To learn more about SOS Africa

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