With just days to go until the election, neither side is willing to let the other take advantage over the comments made by an Indiana senate candidate.
What is more important for women in politics than starting a super PAC focused on a race between two men?
The president and CEO of the National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House wishes the group would stop claiming that the famous feminist would be a pro-life icon.
The Susan B. Anthony List has unleashed another round of endorsements, and once more they are showing their colors as a party interest group, not a women’s organization.
The group offered moral support to the senate candidate, but seems to be spending their ad dollars elsewhere.
Does “courage” mean making really offensive, scientifically incorrect statements to support your position?
Is the right about to have its first major splintering?
No one really expects Romney to pick Condi Rice for his running mate, but the rumor has taught us much about the Republican Party.
The presidential campaign has diverted from Bain for a bit to note Romney’s lack of support for women’s reproductive rights.
In an attempt to invoke “1984” the “women’s” political group seems to claim real choice is having no choice at all.