At a Glance:Keri Renault has been a Project Contributor since June 2009, has written 32 entries and currently lives in Maryland, USA.
Keri Renault is a freelance writer/producer--having managed thousands of television commercials during a diverse career in advertising. Credits include development of two PBS-oriented television series in 1994 & 2005. Ms. Renault's avocations include equal rights advocacy. A relative newcomer to the mid-Atlantic and a lifelong Wisconsin Cheesehead, Renault believes self-advocacy is the most empowering form of liberation. Her past lives include a National Board Certification in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy, membership in the National Association of Realtors, designation as an Accredited Buyer Representative and a degree in Public Relations. Renault and her partner enjoy digital photography, hiking, biking and life near the cultural epicenter known as our nation’s capital.
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They call it the "Truth Truck". I call it a lie. One of the Ten Commandments says "thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor". Who knew? Oscar Wilde once said, "Morality is simply the attitude we adopt toward...Read More
Big business special interests have proven to be the proverbial wolf in sheep's clothing of the new world order. Let me count the profiteering ways. The unfettered greed of Wall Street crippled America's Main Street, a domino effect contributing to...Read More
Last week's court decision overturning Wisconsin law that precluded transsexual inmates from receiving transition-related care raised the age old question of equality. Even fair-minded American tax-payers harbor conflicted feelings about subsidizing medical care for transgender inmates. I doubt I'm going...Read More
Inmates aren't denied life saving drugs or medical care in Wisconsin prisons. Insulin is in ready supply for the diabetic inmate. Angina sufferers receive nitro quick same as asthmatics have access to an inhaler. Even in prison the right to...Read More
In 2007 Delegate Ron George was elected to represent "We the people" of Maryland's 30th District. We're still waiting for him to vote like it. Last week in Annapolis, George voted to represent his brand of extremist ideology, dissenting on...Read More