About Elizabeth Fortunato
Elizabeth Fortunato is a wife and mother from New York. She has a background in liberal arts and philosophy.
Articles by Elizabeth Fortunato
Greta Thunberg, the world’s most polarizing young activist, has found herself in stormy seas lately. In some ways, Thunberg seems undeniably impressive—having successfully channeled the most crippling features of her autism spectrum disorder to speak with authority on the climate crisis. After being named Time‘s “Person of the Year,” Greta seemed at her zenith as the […]
Senator Elizabeth Warren has apologized, yet again, for identifying herself as a Native American. This time, the Massachusetts Democrat’s apology came in front of a Peterborough, New Hampshire bowling alley in early December. Almost a year after her ill-advised DNA test, she is still trying to shake off the embarrassing debacle. Warren knows the episode […]
It’s been 30 years since radical feminist Andrea Dworkin coined the phrase “war on women” in Beaver Talks. Later, she would revisit her thoughts on this imagined war, and expound on what were her then-controversial opinions regarding men and women in her 2002 collection of writings on domestic violence, rape, and pornography, Life and Death. […]
Greta Thunberg is a beautiful child. With her brunette braids and rounded face, she looks a little like a living Hummel figurine. I have heard many of my conservative friends and peers wish she would be as silent as one. I do not believe Thunberg should be silent. I believe she is sending us all […]
I was raised in a devout Catholic household. My mother, as a nurse and teacher, was deadly serious about her faith. We went to the local Catholic schools and to Mass every Sunday. Deeply educated in her faith, she made sure I was taught the precise meaning behind everything that happened in that hour at […]