Kansas Republican Governor Sam Brownback signed sweeping religiously motivated anti-abortion legislation into law on Friday.
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
For him to co-opt the issue of Obama’s Cabinet diversity in a crass attempt to wrap himself in the mantle of ‘fighter for women’ is beyond pathetic.
by Lorelei •
Hate abortions? Then why are you doing everything so bassackwards and wrong?
by Mary Beth Young •
With illegal immigration on the decline the War On Drugs running out of steam, where will the private prison industry find a new demographic to literally capture
by John Viall •
While the Republican leadership keeps Todd Akin away, they are establishing a party platform which embraces his ideas
by Nathaniel Downes •
The origin behind the Senate candidate fateful words turn out to be far darker then expected.
by Ayla Ryan •
Claims fly in the face of thousands of years of medical knowledge
by Kimberley Johnson •
Despite women being 51% of the US population, the Republicans continue their attempt to strip their rights away.
by Michael Hayne •
If Ted Nugent is the motor city madman, then Michelle Bachmann must be the Minnesota madlady.
Catholic Diocese Puts Bigotry Before Service – Ends Funding For Homeless Shelter For Director’s Opinions
by Wendy Gittleson •
The Sacramento, CA Catholic Diocese has announced that they will no longer fund Francis House, an organization that assists homeless people with job services, transportation, emergency shelter, etc., because the new director, Rev. Faith Whitmore, is an outspoken advocate of gay rights and a woman’s right to choose.
by Pat Tiffin •
There is much talk of a war on women. But I think this is a war on freedom. Freedom to make choices about my personal life, without any dictates from the government. This is about small government. And who it applies to.
by Julie Driscoll •
As soon as that sperm hits the egg, watch out – according to the pending Mississippi ‘personhood’ law, Proposition 26, a human has just been created and any harm to that ‘human’ would be deemed murder.
by Julie Driscoll •
One in seven households in the U.S. are ‘food insecure,’ meaning that getting enough to eat is a daily struggle.