While Fox News has devoted extensive airtime to pushing scandals that have since begun to fall apart, it has largely ignored new allegations of sexual assault in the military.
The refusal to face facts that the conservative media showed in Election 2012 is nothing new to advocates of reproductive rights, who have the numbers and facts on our side.
The outlet claims that “Charlotte 714″ is just a “group of churches” without mention of the people behind it, Operation Rescue, a domestic anti-choice terrorist group.
Popular conservative Christian pastor says “America is over” because shameless women who have sex and vote are running wild and screwing everything up.
Radio host, Rush Limbaugh, seems to be monopolizing the ire of women these days now that less well-known misogynists are operating under the radar. Wisconsin Republican state Senator, Glenn Grothman, for example.
Mike Huckabee cannot resist the presidential stage even though he chose not to run this year to maintain his FOX News contract. Next month he brings an anti-choice propaganda documentary to 2012 election central.
Headlines about a new study seem to suggest that the research found a connection between teen sex and brain development. It did, just not in humans.
Amanda’s Marcotte’s piece “Refuting Powers: Many Obstacles to Contraceptive Access” claimed that I wrote in a recent column that “contraception…may in fact cause abortion.” This is quite a doozy.
Today is about false claims. From Colorado to Wisconsin to Nebraska to Michigan, everyone has something to complain about. Plus a mini roundup on climate change, Fox News-style!
Congress debates restrictive amendment that effects only women — wait, haven’t we been here before? Also, where do conservatives stand on baby expenses?