Right wingers are appealing to the political parties and to universities to punish the straying Catholics–bishops can’t find traction, the government can’t do it, and the “problem” of Catholics showing common sense is out of control.
Hillary Clinton issued a strong call for party unity at the Democratic National Convention, listing the many challenges America will face in coming years and emphasizing that Barack Obama is ready to face them.
While playing the conventional role of a political wife in her speech on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Michelle Obama stuck in a plug for equal pay.
At the DNC Women’s Caucus meeting, superdelegate Donna Brazile whipped the crowd into a frenzy with stirring remarks that invoked a host of iconic African-American women leaders in the Democratic party.
The Democratic ticket may be pro-choice, but at the Convention, there’s more room for pro-life posturing than speeches honoring women’s lives and the difficult decisions they must make.
The 16th Street Mall was the scene of megaphoned members of the “Official Street Preachers” railing against pro-choice candidates and homosexuality and urging Denver residents and visitors to repent.
Today at the DNC, organizations supported women politicians encouraged young women to run for public office.
The pro-choice former Clinton delegate in the new McCain ad encouraging Democrats to support McCain admits she thought he didn’t want to overturn Roe v. Wade at a GOP sponsored presser. Oops!
Extremists from the “pro-life” movement disrupt an interfaith prayer service and other meeting at the Democratic National Convention. Americans can see for themselves just how far outside the mainstream these radicals really are, while others work toward education and prevention agendas.
The narrative about voters who still support Clinton is that they are either bitter or a myth. The answer is somewhere in between.