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Women’s Issues Remain the Focus As Thousands Rally In Denver

Photo via Monica

With 4000 tickets handed out and a packed auditorium, the mix of women, men and children eagerly waited to hear the president’s plan to protect women’s rights.

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One Poll Indicates Obama’s Approval Down In Wisconsin Post-Recall

For the first time ever, at least according to one poll, Romney is now leading Obama in Wisconsin.  What happened?

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A Plan To Get Americans Back To Work — Except For All Those Women

As Mitt Romney describes his plans for his administration, public workers — of whom women make up a large majority in many sectors — learn they will be left to fend for themselves.

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What’s At Stake in the Court’s Affordable Care Act Decision

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With a new law on the books that says customers cannot be turned down for insurance coverage regardless of pre-existing conditions, the 2012 election could determine the fate of millions of Americans with illnesses and disabilities.

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Texas Governor Rick Perry Uses “National Day Of Prayer” To Attack President On Abortion

Source: The Texas Observer

While Perry prays for the president, who will pray for all of the poor and uninsured losing access to health care?

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STOKING FIRE: Randall Terry’s Campaign Platform

Randall Terry is running for president specifically against Barack Obama. Not surprisingly, making abortion illegal is the pivot around which Terry’s candidacy spins.

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The “Protect Life Act:” Will There Be a Price to Be Paid?

To me, the most interesting question posed by the brazen contempt for women contained in H.R.358, is whether the antiabortion movement has finally gone too far.

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For the Culture Wars, a Hail Mary

The Notre Dame commencement address “scandal” is little more than manufactured controversy, a predictable product of the Republican coalition’s current sorry state of affairs.

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Conservative Catholic Groups Fuel Obama Notre Dame Controversy

The biggest problem for conservative Catholics has not been getting the Obama speech portrayed in the press as a scandal, but in distancing from some extremists trying to take ownership of the outrage.

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