All the programs that helped abused and battered women will be eliminated entirely.
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“The United State of Women” is putting equal pay, access to education and healthcare, political representation and so much more at the forefront.
If someone reduced you to a cheap Halloween gag, you’d be pretty pissed off, too.
Why does it seem that so many conservatives hate American Indians? Could it be some cultural guilt projected outward?
Just how stupid does Mitch McConnell think women are? Judging by his new ‘Women For Team Mitch’ campaign, the answer is ‘plenty.’ McConnell’s new pitch for the vote of Kentucky women — in his bid for re-election to the Senate — is so full of lies and distortions, he must […]
During Houston’s NRA Conference last week, a vendor was promoting shooting targets which bled. While they took down the President Obama target, they left up the ‘Ex.’
Domestic abuse is terrible. We all know that. However, the policy in Norristown, PA could make it even worse if you report it thanks to a new ‘three strikes’ statute.
Stockman – ‘It’s called a women’s act, but then they have men dressed up as women, they count that. Change-gender, or whatever. How is that — how is that a woman?’
In what would be an epic victory for women across the country, the House is preparing to bring the Senate version of the Violence Against Women Act to the floor for a full vote.
The Senate sent the Violence Against Women Act to the House and the GOP stripped out provisions they didn’t like, telling LGBT and Native Americans that they have no protection under the law.
Marco Rubio is a sell-out, and if he is the GOP’s best and brightest hope, the Democratic party is in good shape for 2014 and 2016.
Every Democrat voted to protect ALL women from domestic abuse but the GOP was split on support for some of our most vulnerable citizens.
This week’s ‘Addicting Info’ news in review, divvied up into your favorite categories, including Those Danged Republicans, Guns, Gays, and The Jabbering Classes.
Long delayed, the Violence Against Women Act is being considered again in the Senate. Not unanimously, however, as 8 GOP Senators voted ‘nay.’
Senator Whitehouse realized that, although Ms. Trotter’s obviously a woman, she really doesn’t speak for women on the issue of gun control.
The domestic incident played out in public and endangered more than just the two who were initially involved in the dispute.
Even after taking heavy losses in the 2012 Election, including a clear rejection by women voters, Republicans still refused to protect women and children.
The validity of a woman’s rape, or broken nose, or terrifying abuse has nothing to do with what gender she loves, what country she was born in, or what color her skin is.
Schools always seem to leave out the whole genocide part.