Women are not sitting idly by hoping the Republican assault will subside, and the GOP is going to pay in the general election.
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.
New Hampshire Republicans working with the Catholic Church figured they could take away a few more rights from women and no one would care. They were wrong.
Refusing to be held accountable for his attack on Sandra Fluke, Rush Limbaugh has instead blamed the War On Women on Bill Maher.
It isn't possible for Mitt Romney to shake the Etch-A-Sketch hard enough to make the nation's women forget the attacks on their rights this year.
We are told Mitt Romney cares about "moms" because he thinks being a mom is a job. However, in January, Mr Etch A Sketch said poor women needed to "go to work" outside of the home in order to have dignity.
“Moms Do Work”…this is the newly created bumper sticker phrase manufactured by the Mitt Romney campaign on the heels of comments that flew back and forth this past week over an irresponsibly careless remark by a democratic strategist. (It also eerily reminds me of one of Bush, Jr.s infamous remarks, “Childrens do learn”). A virtual explosion of faux outrage ignited, asserting that all Democrats/Liberals view momhood as inconsequential and effortless.
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.
CNN's Dana Loesch took to her radio show today to work herself into a lather where she accused Democrats of “using women as prostitutes for votes” before she called liberals "latter day fascists."
Women have pushed back against the Republican war against their health and reproductive decisions by giving President Obama record levels of support.
In response to the patriarchal treatment of our bodies as property, here is sample legislation based upon licensing & property laws, demanding that men pay for "licensing, use and maintenance of our bodies & the offspring we create."
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.
Women on the right have been curiously silent during an assault on life and liberty that shows no sign of abating.