In the last day of campaigning, both Akin and Mourdock and looking to spin comments about rape victims into positives.
Could the lightning rod Minnesota conservative really be in danger of losing her seat?
Ann says her husband is considering a woman as a running mate. So who does that mean is on the list?
In this week’s sexual health round up: new research finds that only 38 percent of girls who start the HPV vaccine get all three shots; a new study finds that while the specific gene therapy tried did not impact HIV, the concept still shows promise; and a six-year-old is suspended from a Colorado elementary school for sexual harassment.
Oh yeah, didn’t you know? She’s totally about choice!
The war cry of the GOP (Grand Old Puritans) is that the HPV vaccine is a license for public fornication. This is how they rally their financial base. I get that, but the press doesn’t have to take the bait. It only becomes a story if the press makes it so.
The candidate is once more doing the combination testimony/campaign stomp that got her on the national radar in 2008.
In the wake of a new federal abortion bill, Bachmann takes her anti-choice credentials straight to the voters.
The presidential contender may be a longshot for the nomination, but she’s still trying to shore up anti-choice support.
Michele Bachmann’s been all over the place making comically outrageous claims about the supposed dangers of the HPV vaccine. Will her behavior shed light on the more serious problem of people having vague, unarticulated fears of the vaccine?