Carlson Wins Battle with 20 Million Dollar Settlement but War on Women Rages on

It has been announced that former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson will receive a 20 million dollar settlement from 20th Century Fox in response to her sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes. Not only are they awarding her this historic settlement but they also issued her a public apology.

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Epic Gift For Families On My 10 Year Anniversary as Miss Lori

First #MissLoriConcert 10 years later. EPIC!

First #MissLoriConcert 10 years later. EPIC!

Ten years ago this Labor Day I debuted on PBS Kids as their first ever live host. I was at the helm of a brand new series of interstitials called The PBS Kids Preschool Block that included a lead in to the new series, Curious George! [Read more…]

Malia Obama Safest Daughter at Lollapalooza

First Family at Yosemite National Park #regram @MichelleObamaAll weekend I have seen articles and social posts complaining that Malia Obama skipped the Democratic National Convention to go to Lollapalooza. “Doesn’t she take seriously her role as a First Daughter?” Never mind that her family has never wanted her or her sister to be forced into political roles. The President and First Lady have painstakingly worked to make sure that the First Daughters were, first and foremost, kids; free to grow and develop as naturally as one can living in a fishbowl. [Read more…]

9th Annual WTTW Kids Miss Lori Concert Summer Tour

Let's DO Summer! #MissLoriConcert

Lather on your sunscreen, fill up your water bottle and polish your smile. It’s time to move, groove and grow with another WTTW Kids MissLoriConcert Summer tour.  It’s our NINTH year! [Read more…]

My Millennial Son Wants To Change My Vote From Hillary To Bernie

My Sons First Election, His Vote His Choice via @MissLori @SkyNash15

As parents we have a long list of things we want to teach our children before they embark on the world under their own power. Chief among those goals is that we teach our children to think critically for themselves. My eldest son is turning 18 next month,which qualifies him to vote in his first Presidential Election primary here in Illinois in a few weeks. [Read more…]