Episode 712

Melissa Mackenzie: Publisher, The American Spectator


August 10th, 2021

26 mins 43 secs

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Melissa Mackenzie is Publisher of The American Spectator. She works and lives in Houston, Texas with her two sons, one daughter, and one dog.

Melissa joins us to discuss the new trend of women leaving the workforce to enjoy full time motherhood. She writes:

"This phenomenon is happening all across America, and that’s a good thing. And yet liberal media outlets frame this story as a bad thing. For instance, Politico said the pandemic dealt a “resounding blow” to women’s workforce participation. The Politico article describes one woman’s decision-making process over whether or not she should go back to work..."

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  • Women Staying Home and Other Great Pandemic Side Effects | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics — friend of mine owns a cleaning business staffed with 10 women. During the pandemic, work came to a screeching halt. As things opened back up and her clients got vaccinated, the rush was on. Everyone needed their homes and offices cleaned again. The problem? Six of the women had decided not to go back to work. Their families reassessed their priorities and realized that mom staying home made a positive difference. The money wasn’t worth it.