Mario IV, some states just never learn. Mario Cuomo sworn in for fourth term as governor, from Nick Reisman, Politics on the Hudson :
But Gov. Andrew Cuomo did take some time to enjoy being back in an old family house.
“This was a whole great, explore the mansion thing,” Cuomo said. “You know, it’s amazing, my mother put together a historical preservation society. It’s amazing how all the changes she made are still there. The changes that are still there are like stepping back into time in many ways.”
Cuomo, a Democrat, spent his first night in the Executive Mansion on Eagle Street Friday night following a gathering of about 80 people at a reception. He was sworn in after 10 p.m. and officially became the state’s 56th governor at midnight.
Personally, I think that three terms of Mario, were about four too many. Oh well.
SANTA FE, N.M., Jan. 1 (UPI ) — Susana Martinez is New Mexico’s first female governor and the nation’s first Hispanic female governor, officials said
They want babies. Some are single and some are married to men who don’t see the upside to fatherhood. (What’s in it for them?)
But the female of the species still retains at least a vestigial desire to reproduce (reflexively expressed as the “need to experience motherhood”) and that deep, human desire trumps the marriage bond.
Tick tock goes the biological clock. No doubt this story would be even sadder if it included data on the number of children these peri-peri-menopausal ladies discarded when the ticking wasn’t so loud.
If gender feminist theory were in fact true, the human race would soon become extinct.
As the womb ticks, from Daily Mail  (UK):
Britain’s top maternity doctor has called for school children to be taught that the best age for a woman to have a baby is between 20 to 35.
Dr Tony Falconer, the new president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, says women must be ‘better at resolving the conflict’ between their careers and family life.
I don’t think the gender feminists are going to like Dr. Falconer’s message. Such is life.