In an apparent attempt to make amends with right-wing kingmakers for his support of immigration reform, the Senator is jumping into the “war on women.”
Suddenly, GOP Congressmen are very worried about violence against women. You know, when there’s abortion involved.
Scott’s appointment to the senate isn’t likely to have much impact on reproductive rights.
From now on, they’ll make sure their candidates are much quieter about their plans to ensure women lose their reproductive rights.
A prominent GOP/Tea Party fundraiser, with strong connections to other prominent GOP leaders, has been accused of mulitple counts of rape, sexual assault, and kidnapping.
Senate Republicans may not have a jobs bill, but they have another anti-choice bill on the way.
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.
Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) took advantage of leverage far-right negotiators acquired as PEPFAR negotiations have been mishandled, and violated Senate protocol to push his ideological misinformation about abortion.