There has been a firestorm over comments made by Todd Akin regarding what he calls ‘legitimate rape,’ and although it is a big story, it is just a microcosm of the entire GOP’s overall view of women.
Rachel Maddow responded to the Republican denial of a pay gap, and the Meet The Press attack on her, by intellectually destroying the Republican War On Women.
Sensing that the Republicans are on the run, President Obama mounted a counterattack against the war on women by explaining why this war isn’t just a women’s issue.
On Countdown with Keith Olbermann, guest Lewis Black hinted that Rush Limbaugh might be brain damaged and ripped the Republican Party’s war on women.
All across America, lawmakers have been carving away at a woman’s right to authority over her own body. The last five years account for more than 1/4 of all abortion restrictions enacted since Roe V Wade.
Now, the Republicans’ first order of business with Mitch McConnell sharing Senate Majority Leader duties with Ted Cruz is precisely what they did when they won the House majority in 2010; attack women’s right to choose when they give birth.
The ongoing war against the ACA by Republican messiah Ted Cruz is an attack on women that he enlisted ALEC’s assistance to continue.
Republicans latest super bad idea: They’re going to win women voters by branding the Democratic Party as the party of Weiner, Spitzer and Filner.
Although the right wing bible crowd is solidly behind any politician promising to impose the bible’s sanctions on women and gays, the rest of America is moving forward and supporting Obama’s agenda.
This is a warning to Republicans and religious maniacs that their war on women, like their sexist mouthpiece Rush Limbaugh, has ignited a firestorm they are ill-equipped to extinguish.
Since House Republicans are losing the war on women, they are holding 7.4 million student loans hostage to inflict the most damage on women who coincidentally outnumber men enrolled in college.
Refusing to immediately reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act as it is written is a mistake that the Republican Party may not recover from.
Republicans in various states are on a rampage to restrict contraception and healthcare services to low-income women based on their extremist ideology.
We women are told to relax about the War on Women, but the war via Virginia’s transvaginal ultrasound bill has spread to Pennsylvania.
With the GOP Presidential primary candidates, this current reproductive rights flap started with Planned Parenthood, took a turn to a woman’s right to choose and now has gone full circle with their unanimous opposition to contraception whether its through the candidates statements or the stand up comedy of their ancient surrogates, one of whom advises […]
There are around a million gang members in the U.S. Gang violence costs thousands of lives and billions of dollars, and Republicans seem unmoved.
Republicans have assailed President Obama for allegedly waging a war on religion, but it is Republicans who are waging a religious war against women.
They've had enough of Donald Trump telling them they don't belong here.
They’ve had enough of Donald Trump telling them they don’t belong here.
"I have a message for all of you: the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end. Beginning on January 20th 2017, safety will be restored"
“I have a message for all of you: the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end. Beginning on January 20th 2017, safety will be restored”
Citing moral duty, the most popular evangelical website in the United States took a brave, prescient stand against Donald Trump back in February, saying they "urge our readers to back away" from the Republican nominee.
Just hours before evangelical leader Jerry Falwell Jr is expected to speak at the RNC, the Clinton campaign reminded people today that evangelical leaders warned that Donald Trump was a scam. Citing moral duty, the most popular evangelical website in the United States took a brave, prescient stand against Donald Trump back in February, saying […]