I have never heard anyone ask for some deeper reflection by a politician on the consequences of treating the lives of millions of people and families like so many political poker chips to bargain away at the election table.
The Democratic candidates, unlike their GOP counterparts, were not asked about attacks on reproductive rights and abortion access.
The Daily Show’s Samantha Bee takes on McCain’s “women’s health” air quotes.
Debate analysis; how Catholics should vote; California newspaper editorialize in opposition to parental notification.
Those of us waiting to hear the presidential candidates clarify their stances on abortion, women’s health, equal pay and Supreme Court nominees had a lot to pay attention to tonight.
As John McCain and Barack Obama debated abortion, privacy, women’s medical decision-making and equal pay, feminist bloggers sounded off on the candidates’ positions.
Grab your popcorn and get ready to bang your head against the wall — debate season is in full swing. RH Reality Check envisions the questions we wish the candidates would face before an audience of millions.
With Sarah Palin’s appeal to social conservatives and Joe Biden’s pro-choice Catholicism, expect the McCain campaign to go all-in with the Culture War in Thursday’s debate.
In the upcoming presidential debate on foreign policy issues, will candidates be asked to address sexual and reproductive health and human rights of women as a critical component to our nation’s foreign policy?