Exit polls show Obama winning the Catholic vote 53-45, in 2004 Kerry lost Catholics to Bush 52-47; Women gain seats in Congress and two strong advocates in the White House; Poll shows Filipinos broadly support teaching of family planning practices to students.
Overall, both married and unmarried women are supporting Senator Obama. It may be the reason why Governor Palin came out with her first stump speech about “women’s issues” today.
McCain calls Palin a direct counter to a feminist agenda but Governor Palin’s ceiling-breaking rise to prominence is a direct result of feminism – not to mention a host of other supremely beneficial public policies.
Hillary Clinton says impending HHS rule could give medical practitioners ‘a free pass to deny access to contraception'; Over 500,000 women die every year during childbirth; UN says governments must do more for women; Colorado Amendment 48 could be used to outlaw abortion and perhaps contraception.
It’s been seen by more than two million people online already and this hilarious Daily Show take on "The Gender Card" is well worth watching.
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!
The Bush Administration efforts to redefine contraception as abortion continue to make major news, and give anti-choice publications one more chance to stir up emotion and misinformation.
Chinese condom company cleverly uses Olympics to promote its product; Interesting polling data on abortion rights; First wave of coverage on proposed anti-contraception HHS rules draws to a close.
Olbermann and Maddow take on the serious matter of McCain’s crude jokes, McCain speaks out against abortion and birth control, Hillary Clinton and Patty Murray condemn Bush’s anti-contraception proposal, The Daily Show takes on the term ‘cougar’.
The Senate passes PEPFAR, removes the HIV travel ban, and reinforces some ideological restrictions that should have been removed. More people will be helped, and that is good.