Jedediah Bila

Jedediah Bila

Jedediah Bila is an author, columnist, TV and radio personality, and Fox News Contributor. Her book, OUTNUMBERED: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative, was published in May of 2011. She has contributed to Human Events, The Daily Caller, Newsmax,, The Blaze, and the Association of Mature American Citizens' newsletter. For more information on Jedediah, please visit Follow Jedediah on Twitter @JedediahBila.

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Cupid, Overstuffed Ice Cream Cones, and the Man Beside You

Yesterday I met up with an old boyfriend and his soon-to-be wife. The weird part? I introduced them. In fact, after the first few months that he and I dated, I knew that we were the wrong match. Soon after, I also knew that he and a girl I was working with at the time would be the perfect fit. Call me Cupid, or call me crazy, but I had to get them together. Aug 18, 2014 2:32 PM PT

About That Call for Free Tampons

I didn't weigh in on Jessica Valenti's twitter call for subsidized tampons because, well, it was absurd. She then followed it up with a column in which she shared the following: Aug 14, 2014 7:19 AM PT

When the Past Meets the Present

Today I got a few texts from a girl I used to hang out with in college. She wasn't a best friend or anything, but I remember many lunches in the square, plenty of crazy talks in the gazebo late at night, and lots of laughter. I hadn't heard from her since those days of way too much fun and discovery. Jun 26, 2014 8:28 AM PT

Michelle Obama Insults Parents While Defending a Broken School Lunch Program

In an interview with MSN, Michelle Obama shared some thoughts on school nutrition standards related to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, as well as the decision-making of parents. She declared, “Before coming to the White House, I struggled, as a working parent with a traveling, busy husband, to figure out how to feed my kids healthy, and I didn’t get it right. Our pediatrician had to pull me aside and point out some things that were going wrong. I thought to myself, if a Princeton and Harvard educated professional woman doesn’t know how to adequately feed her kids, then what are other parents going through who don’t have access to the information I have?" Jun 19, 2014 8:12 AM PT

Just a Reminder...

With the release of Hillary Clinton's new book, I see many Republicans in full-on anti-Hillary mode. That's fine and to be expected. However, I'd like to offer a quick suggestion... Jun 10, 2014 1:23 PM PT

The Power of Slogans

Yes We Can. Change We Can Believe In. Forward. Remember those? Sometimes slogans really do make a difference. And Democrats aren't wasting any time this year. Jun 1, 2014 8:16 AM PT

Welcome to the Cat Cafe

Anyone who knows me is well aware that animals are my life. If I could, I'd live on a farm (or in a jungle). I'd have a cow and a giraffe. Don't even get me started on elephants. Apr 22, 2014 10:05 AM PT

Making It Count

After a life-changing experience in 2001, I have tried to remind myself as often as possible that life is really short, that sometimes you don't get a tomorrow, and that making the most of each moment is really what this thing called life is all about. Apr 9, 2014 8:00 AM PT

Michelle Obama's Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act Leaves Kids Hungry

The public school lunches mandated by Michelle Obama's Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act are making news, and not in a good way. Students have taken to social media to complain that the lunches are leaving them hungry and dissatisfied, posting photos that feature the less-than-desirable food options. Apr 8, 2014 9:40 AM PT

Obama Team Doesn't Get Young People

In its latest desperate attempt to get young people signed up for Obamacare, the Obama team has released a video in which celebrity moms urge young people to get covered. The moms of Jonah Hill, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, and Jennifer Lopez are featured in the video, which includes such lines as "Young people feel invincible," "Seriously, do you want your mothers to have a nervous breakdown?" and "Taking care of yourself so your mothers can sleep and have a nice life after all they've done for you is not too much to ask." Michelle Obama appears at the end reminding young people that "We nag you because we love you." Mar 14, 2014 10:49 AM PT


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