Jennifer Doverspike
Jennifer Doverspike
Jennifer Doverspike
Jennifer Doverspike is a former counterterrorism intelligence analyst at the Department of Defense. She has also worked for Sen. Tom Coburn and Oklahoma Attorney General E. Scott Pruitt. Jennifer has been featured on The Blaze TV network and on regional public radio. Jennifer received a joint bachelors and masters degree in foreign service from Georgetown University. She lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her husband and her two young children. Follow her on Twitter, @SixFortyNine1.
Let’s Stop Pushing Everyone To Behave Like A Boss

I seek to be an exemplary follower rather than a leader. After all, everyone can’t be in charge.

Your Helicopter Parenting Is Hurting My Kids

Helicopter parenting tells us that more worry equals more love. It’s not true. You really can — and should — leave your kids alone for 60 seconds.

Slut-Shaming Is Bad—But The Overreaction Against It Also Hurts Women

Pointing out risks associated with sex is not the same thing as slut-shaming: prudishly or maliciously taking issue with female sexuality.

Moving the Goalposts in Yemen

The U.S. insists it has sustained commitment to Yemen’s stability. Will it follow through?

Violating Children’s Dignity In The Age Of Social Media

Two friends recently told me something disturbing that makes me rethink our approach to social media updates.

The Literal Nanny State — Breastfeeding And Public Health Officials

Breastfeeding is great. But government limitations on other options hamper parental freedom.

The False Promise Of Universal Pre-kindergarten

If Oklahoma is truly concerned about how the state is failing young children, it might focus instead on reforming educational options for the most vulnerable.