Taking a lesson from the 2012 election results, the state’s Tea Party activists are lookign to be less rigid in the upcoming cycle.
Sexism was a successful strategy in this election – for male Democrats and Republicans. The only group for which it didn’t work so well was women.
Nevada Republican senate candidate Sharron Angle claims the voting machines are on Harry Reid’s side.
The 2010 crop of GOP candidates is a group with more extreme stances on reproductive rights issues than we’ve seen in a long time.
Will the voting public decide that the new “pro-life without discrimination” candidates have gone too far in stripping women of their reproductive rights?
Sharron Angle keeps saying crazy things, while two Senators protect your taxpayer money from having to sit next to slutty money at the insurance office.
Can common ground be found with people like Sharron Angle? Reproductive rights experts answer these questions and explain why the ground is erroding beneath us in the abortion debate.