Obviously, Google cannot censor search results specifically to please one random politician, but Rick Santorum feels that the automated monopoly is part of some pernicious conspiracy to embarrass him.
Ellen Goodman’s speech on civility is cancelled because some quite uncivil anti-choicers object to her views on abortion. But incivility is your modus operandi if oppose reproductive rights.
In the most recent debate, Michele Bachmann jumped all over Rick Perry’s decision to mandate the HPV vaccine and reminded viewers that he had taken money from the manufacturer. But instead of using this as an opportunity to look at her opponent’s willingness to sell out, she trotted out old arguments and spread misinformation about this lifesaving medical advance.
Rick Perry had a vasectomy. But in his relentless attacks on contraception, and of course, abortion and comprehensive sex education, Perry is doing all he can to reassure his base that many of his fellow Texans will not have the same opportunity to control their childbearing as the Perry family had.
The best way to find out what a Perry presidency would look like for women and social issues writ large? Look at what far-right, conservative, religious and evangelical power players want him to do; whatever it is, he’ll do it.
In this newest wave of the war on women, let’s not forget the U.S. government’s detrimental policies toward women raped in war and in need of abortion care.
The debate in Iowa was an opportunity for the GOP hopefuls to showcase their stand against abortion. The candidates clearly do not understand any facts related to abortion, and if you are going to discuss a topic then you should learn about it beforehand.
a Milwaukee County prosecutor is examining allegations that the anti-choice group Wisconsin Right to Life and Family Action offered gift cards valued at $25 to $75 to volunteers who hit targets for persuading voters to fill out absentee ballot applications in the recall primary elections held last month.
A Milwaukee county prosecutor is examining allegations that the anti-choice group Wisconsin Right to Life and Family Action offered gift cards valued at $25 to $75 to volunteers who hit targets for persuading voters to fill out absentee ballot applications in the recall primary elections held last month.
A number of recent articles have called into question the practices at Bachmann & Associates, the clinic run by the husband of Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann. Yet the congresswoman refuses to answer as to whether her husband practices conversion therapy.