Update: The Capn's hearing is being broadcast live on the internet right now! Click here! If you go to the House committee on Education and Labor website, the link for the webcast is in the upper-right hand corner:Update:
Hearing on "Strengthening the Middle Class:
Ensuring Equal Pay for Women," scheduled at 9:30 a.m.
Too late. you missed it... But No - you didn't!
You can watch the archived hearing webcast!
The link for the archived hearing webcast is also right here!
It would seem that the House committee on Education and Labor
wouldn't let the Cap'n
in the room with an eyepatch and a cutlass, but one of the other participants in the Wal-Mart class action suit spoke very eloquently on the subject at hand. Send you words of support to the Cap'n!
Among the things to watch for is Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Director Center for Employment Policy of the Hudson Institute
, who gets my vote for being cast as the next available role as an evil James Bond villainess. Get that girl a white cat and a monocle! Rowwwr! She has that certain "messy litter box syndrome"
sort of look about her, don't you think?
On the other hand, I swoon for Dr. Catherine Hill, Research Director for the American Association of University Women, who is not only really smart, but extra MILF-y! Oh wait, that comment was totally inappropriate in this context, wasn't it? Oops! Oh, well...
Blog your support for the Cap'n!