Tag Archive for ‘War on Women’

Dominating Democracy

You can find this post published at the progressive media site Raging Chicken Press. If you aren’t familiar with their work, the slogan “if you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention” should earn them a look (and a subscription). Texas,… Read More ›

Picketers vs Patients

You can find this post published at This Week in Blackness. If you aren’t familiar with TWiB, go there. Now. Well, after you’re done here. They have excellent bloggers — like the fantastic Imani Gandy, aka the Angry Black Lady,… Read More ›

Ten Against

I should be cheering. I just can’t. The Violence Against Women Act was reauthorized this week. It was even the “good” version – the one from the Senate with the new protections for those in the LGBT, Native American and… Read More ›

One in four women…

The House Majority Leader was misquoted this morning as saying, “We blocked the Violence Against Women Act because the Senate forced it on us without our consent. I’m sure women understand.” I, along with a number of people I trust,… Read More ›

Women, War and Caterpillars

Caterpillars  In an ill-executed effort to tamp down anti-woman rhetoric, Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus went on Bloomberg Television and awkwardly accused Democrats of falsely proclaiming that the GOP is waging a war on women: “If the Democrats said we… Read More ›

War on Women

….and the First Amendment. Last week, I got the chance to chat with one of my favorite podcasters. He stands in stark contrast to the out of touch Congressmen, commentators and shock jerks who simply “don’t see what the big… Read More ›

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