Kansas Republican Governor Sam Brownback signed sweeping religiously motivated anti-abortion legislation into law on Friday.
A federal judge in Mississippi has issued a temporary order to prevent the state’s sole remaining abortion provider from being closed.
by Jill Klausen •
The right-wing’s newest claim, that the right to bear arms also gives them the right to force women to have probes forced in to their bodies.
by T. Steelman •
A study has uncovered that despite Roe vs. Wade making it a right for women to have control over their own reproductive systems, every state, save Oregon, puts undue burdens onto women making them second class citizens.
by Cicero •
More independents are trending Democratic than Republican in the past couple of years.
by Wendy Gittleson •
One would think that coat hangers, a reminder of why we should never go back to the pre-Roe vs. Wade dark ages would be the last thing anti-choicers would want to associate themselves with.
by Leah Taylor •
The election might have proven that attacking women isn’t a winning strategy but Republicans are still trying.
by Jeromie Williams •
A Supreme Court decision in favor of marriage-equality and in favor of ‘protected class’ status for gays and lesbians would definitely be a game-changer for the GOP … and for politics in general.
by Bryian Revoner •
If you have ever found yourself searching for a good reason to continue your support of the Separation of Church and State argument, look no further than the Jonestown-like dynamics of Mississippi’s Initiative 26 proposal–better known as the ‘personhood amendment’–that was thankfully voted down in Mississippi’s most recent election.
by Bryian Revoner •
Women seeking emergency abortions aren’t the ones shipping jobs to China, and they aren’t the ones who have engulfed the economy in a drowning pool of debt either. So why are we allowing old-dogs with even older tricks to, once again, attempt to saw a woman in half?