Various anti-choice organizations are all using the same messaging on one very narrow abortion-related issue, is it coordinated? Can it be legally? We’re concerned about the actual sexual and reproductive health policy, not just the election.
The Republican National Committee uses debunked “Born Alive” accusations in mailer. Will far-right social conservative anti-choice values be accepted by voters?
More evidence that the “Born Alive” lies are pure right-wing extremism that should be dismissed? The argument is now being carried in robo-calls, the most annoying and least credible medium in politics.
Will social conservative family values save the McCain campaign, or be repudiated in the final battle of the Culture War? If objective dial tests, focus groups and polls are any indication, it seems progressive values will define the Culture Peace.
Those of us waiting to hear the presidential candidates clarify their stances on abortion, women’s health, equal pay and Supreme Court nominees had a lot to pay attention to tonight.
Barack Obama and John McCain had a full discussion of sexual and reproductive health issues in the final presidential debate tonight.
As Melinda Henneberger writes in Slate today, pro-life women are facing a dilemma this year. How can you vote based on a single issue – abortion – in the midst of a severe economic crisis, and a war? The answer is you don’t.
John McCain may be attempting to tamp down anger at rallies for the Republican presidential ticket, but Sarah Palin continues to stoke her base with inaccuracies on Obama’s position on abortion.
Senator John McCain repeated long debunked lies about Sen. Barack Obama’s record on the Illinois Born Alive Protection Act, lies that have been repeated and discredited since Alan Keyes lost to Obama for Senate seat in 2004.
As news about the economy gets worse for most Americans, one multimillionaire who has profited from abstinence-only-until-marriage programs is the primary funder of the latest battle in the Culture War.