No politician or pundit should get away with claiming he supports any “exception” without facing the obvious follow-up question: “How, exactly, would it work?”
On Monday the Supreme Court agreed to review whether Arizona’s requirement that voters provide proof of citizenship prior to registering conflicts with federal law.
It’s Okay for a woman to relay information, but, OMG! What if she asks a follow-up question?
So the question has evolved from whether women should have rights to whether men believe the church should be allowed to take them away?
Regardless of what church leaders encourage at the pulpit, a majority of Catholics believe voting with their bishops isn’t mandatory.
A new Gallup survey has the line evenly divided between pro-choice and anti-choice voters. Will PACs put candidates on top?
If you expected to be drinking every time a woman’s issue was raised during the debate, you probably ended the night sober. But… come November, we may be drowning our sorrows.
What is more important for women in politics than starting a super PAC focused on a race between two men?
We continue to push President Barack Obama to recognize trafficking for what it is and not get mixed up in the politics of advocates who are not as focused on addressing the climate of fear and coercion endured by so many workers around the world.
Wednesday’s first presidential debate will be focused on “domestic issues.” Will reproductive health questions be a factor, or relegated to the back bench?