It is impossible to overlook the fact that women's reproductive rights have been systematically eroded with personhood amendments, TRAP laws and rape insurance mandates.
The latest Republican to introduce legislation attacking women's right to choose is Senator Lindsey Graham who attempted to bypass a committee and asked for unanimous consent to bring the "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act" up for a vote.
At issue is a Grand Canyon State law, passed in 2012, that prohibits most abortions, except in medical emergencies, after 20 weeks. This past May, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, located in San Francisco, deemed the law unconstitutional.
It is the right to choose their reproductive health that women are most likely under attack from Republicans whose latest assault is restricting abortion coverage in private health care plans.
There are a few lessons that lawmakers can take from the case of Ariel Castro.
\When one looks at each law passed by the NC Republicans in isolation, it's easy to dismiss them as bad. When taken together, North Carolina is a blue print of what a Koch Empire would look like.
On the heels of suppressing voting rights, North Carolina's Senate was on a roll and gave final approval to their version of state interference in women's reproductive health.
With no religious, economic, and scientific justification for denying women the right to choose their reproductive health, it is obvious the Republican's goal is exerting control over women.
The 39th President and devout Christian addressed a human rights event and lashed out at all religious doctrines that contribute to political leaders passively accepting violence against women.
Republicans have taken to championing primeval causes for their reality-challenged supporters, and left to their own devices are creating a hazardous existence for women.
In Congress and Republican-controlled states, and instead of decrying the loss of choice, Democrats dance around the issue out of fear of retribution from evangelical extremists.
Republicans continue to obsess with women's reproductive health, with 694 proposed laws in the first three months of 2013.
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.
For a decade, Ethiopian Jews seeking to immigrate to Israel were forced to take the birth control drug, Depo-Provera, by injection.
People actually willing to vocally support reproductive rights have become less and less common owing to the success of stigmatization
A federal judge has ruled that North Carolina cannot offer choose life plates without also offering pro-choice plates
Newsweek isn't apologizing for their coat hanger cursor, with which they mocked women's lives. Instead, they send US customers to an anti-Obama article on the Daily Beast.
On Wednesday, Rush Limbaugh called pro-choice organizations death squads. Let's show Limbaugh the power of choice by making him America's top pro-choice donor.
As the birth control mandate went into effect this week, religious freedom arguments continue to threaten it. Here's why they're wrong.
Some of Ron Paul's otherwise socially liberal followers are an example of men who have turned their backs on reproductive rights.