Rebekah Kuschmider

Rebekah Kuschmider

Bio

Rebekah Kuschmider is a DC area writer with a background in non-profit management and advocacy. Her work has been seen at Babble, Scary Mommy, Huffington Post, The Mid, Redbook online, and The Broad Side. She is the creator of the blog Stay at Home Pundit and is a contributor to the upcoming book Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox (an anthology, SheWrites Press, Nov. 2015). You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Rebekah Kuschmider Articles

It's yours.

25 Resolutions For The Political Pundit In You

If you have the time to do so, volunteer to be a poll worker. (This could be especially important if you speak a second language!)

Read...
Help other kids make it to prom by selecting a charitable business, or donating yourself!

This Prom Season, Buy A Dress To Give A Dress With Alice & Olivia

The dress is arguably the most important part of prom. It’s also often the most expensive and stressful part of prom, especially for kids without a lot of money spend.

Read...

This Outrage At Old Navy's Twitter Is Just... *Eyeroll*

Yesterday, Old Navy sent out a tweet to alert us all to a sale. Woohoo! Cheap summer clothes! Everyone likes cheap clothes! Right?

Read...
I MEAN, COME ON. This is not a cat, this is a masterpiece.

#FurballFriday: This Bengal Cat Is Prettier Than Me And I'm OK With That

This is Jungletrax Abiding Ovation and she is an award winning Bengal cat who’s all kinds of cat-famous.

Read...
Hillary at Pride.  Image provided by author.

Hillary Clinton Has Evolved

This weekend, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton decided to get off the stump and go for a nice walk with several thousand of her best friends. Specifically, LGBTQ friends. More specifically, she hit the streets of NYC to join in the annual Pride parade. She is the first presidential candidate to ever do this.

Read...

Here Are Some Manatees Getting It On. You're Welcome.

The manatees were engaged in a little mutual oral pleasure — or, as the kids call it, 69. Way to go, manatees!

Read...
Answering the questions about the Iowa Caucuses you were scared to ask.

OK, But What Exactly Are The Iowa Caucuses?

You're probably also secretly wondering what a caucus is, as you likely live in a state that does primary elections instead of the more complicated caucus process.

Read...
Put plainly: we aren’t teaching children of color that they can grow up to vote.

Election 2016: The Cost Of Taking Civics And History Out Of Our Schools

Institutions can and do fail citizens, but as communities we can fix some of their mistakes.

Read...
Trump's only been in office... EIGHT weeks?!

#RavsRadar: Hold Off 'Resistance Fatigue' With Some Hard-Earned Self-Care

Can you believe it’s only been eight weeks since Trump took office? That’s not even a full school marking period.

Read...

Oklahoma Judge Dismisses Sexual Assault Case Over Intoxication

A judge in Oklahoma dismissed a case involving sexual assault of a drunk 16 year old girl. Allegedly, the girl was so intoxicated that she had to be carried to the boy’s car and witnesses say she was in and out of consciousness in the car. She was later brought to a family member’s home, still unconscious. The family member had her taken to the hospital where her blood alcohol level was tested at .34 and DNA from the boy was found around her mouth and on the back of her leg.

Read...