First he believed in states’ rights. Now, he doesn’t.
The Texas Governor addresses a Latino pro-life rally.
I’m not the feminist savior of Texas, but if I don’t leave, and if my feminist friends don’t leave, maybe we can bring more people to our side. Maybe if we don’t leave, we can change the conversation instead of scoffing and tsking from outside while anti-feminist, anti-woman laws and social practices leave a legacy of lasting, visceral harm on real, live Texans.
Spending scarce time, money, and energy, Andrea Grimes goes on a hunt to find one of those many “alternatives” to Planned Parenthood anti-choicers claim will provide access to reproductive health care. Problem is, in Texas they don’t exist.
Two men can be listed on the birth certificates of their twins in Connecticut, Saletan looks at the Gosnell case, the “state of the unborn,” Rep. Smith’s new protected class of people, and Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) declares forced ultrasound bill to be an “emergency.”
“Champion for the Unborn.” “Struggle for the soul of the nation.” Remember when elections used to be about taxes and education?
Governor Rick Perry wins the GOP nomination for Governor of Texas, beating both opponents.
Dark horse Texas gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina is positioning herself as further right than conservative Governor Rick Perry. She is staunchly anti-choice.
The lack of the threat of promiscuity in the discourse around young boys and Gardasil upholds the idea that a young man participating in sex is something to be proud of, similar to a trophy on a mantle place. And, that sex for boys at a young age is a right of passage, all quite archaic ideas.
Recently, Governor Perry co-signed a letter
with four other governors to Senators Baucus and Grassley, requesting that
Title V abstinence-only until marriage federal funding be reinstated.