Progressives Advise GOP: Back Off On the War on Women. —By Kate Sheppard. | Wed Apr. 10, 2013 12:28 PM PDT. Tweet · catwalker/Shutterstock.com. It was clear in both the lead up to and the aftermath of the November 2012 election that ...
'War on women' could loom large in 2016 Washington Times Americans who grew weary of the “war on women” meme in the 2012 election may want to take a deep breath: The issue may loom even larger in 2016, an influential social critic told a Capitol...
Why Jason Collins' Faith is Ignored... And Tebow's Isn't Religion Dispatches T.F. Charlton is the founder/editor of Are Women Human?, a space for queer feminist and critical race analysis of religion, media, and pop culture.
In a Surprise Move, the New Mexico Department of Health Announced That PTSD Will Remain a Qualifying Condition (RT @RestoreHemp: “New Mexico's military veterans and victims of serious trauma and violence deserve the freedom to choose the...
NBC Bay Area Ohio House GOP's war on women Toledo Blade Ohio House Republicans are challenged to explain why another legislative attack on Planned Parenthood operations in this state is not a war on women.
On Wednesday morning, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) approved Senate Enrolled Act 371, a measure that imposes unnecessary restrictions on non-surgical abortion clinics with the specific goal of forcing a Planned Parenthood affiliate to close its doors.
In the first quarter of 2013, states have proposed 694 provisions related to a woman’s body, how she gets pregnant, or how she chooses to end that pregnancy.
new report released on Thursday by the Guttmacher Institute takes a comprehensive look at how the War on Women has continued past the election cycle and into 2013. It shows that the new legislatures across the country are still very much dedicated to restricting sex education, availability of medication, and abortion access for women. Indeed, 47 percent of the 694 provisions were directly related to abortion:
During the first three months of 2013, legislators in 14 states introduced provisions seeking to ban abortion prior to viability. These bans fall into three categories: measures that would prohibit all abortions, those that would ban abortions after a specified point during the first trimester of pregnancy and those that would block abortions at 20 weeks after fertilization (the equivalent of 22 weeks after the woman’s last menstrual period, the conventional method physicians use to measure pregnancy). All of these proposals are in direct violation of U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
Legislators in 10 states have introduced proposals that would ban all, or nearly all, abortions. In eight states (AL, IA, MS, ND, OK, SC, VA and WA), legislators have proposed defining “personhood” as beginning at conception; if adopted, these measures would ban most, if not all, abortions.
Seven states are edging closer to achieving full approval for laws that would reduce or essentially eliminate abortion access.
Enforcing unconstitutional abortion laws isn’t just a threat to women’s rights — it’s also costly to the states caught up in legal battles. Last year, Kansas spent $628,000 defending its unconstitutional abortion restrictions. North Dakota is in the middle of spending $400,000 to defend its ban, and Arkansas is set to do the same.
Christian Post Expect More 'War on Women' Theme From Liberals in 2016, Expert Predicts Christian Post With the expected increase in liberal females to prominent media positions, the "war on women" theme could be even more prominent during the 2016...
The Tyranny of the One Percent CounterPunch WAR CRIMES AS POLICY — Douglas Valentine and Nicolas Davies detail the strategic use of torture and assassination by US forces during the Iraq War; RAVE ON: Lee Ballinger on the latest in the war on...
The Legacy of Our Favorite Stories Huffington Post As a "tweener" I graduated to stories that made me cry: Betty Smith's A Tree Grows in Brooklyn and Civil War tales Little Women by Louisa May Alcott and Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind.
Fueled by pure passion, and inspired to fight, the first UniteWomen.org (then called “United Against the War on Women”) Facebook group was started. Within 24 hours, thousands of people had joined. Two months later, on ...
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett will sit down at 3 p.m. Pacific Time Thursday for his first-ever interview in which he will take questions from Twitter. His topic? Women in leadership. Questions were trickling in Wednesday.
"If you could learn about anything, what would you choose to learn? If you gave this freedom to your students, what would they choose?... According to Katherine von Jan, in her Huffington Post article, Pursue Passion: Demand Google 20% Time at School, 'every Google employee spend 20% of their time (the equivalent of a full work day each week) working on ideas and projects that interest that employee. They are encouraged to explore anything other than their normal day-to-day job. As a result, 50% of all Google’s products by 2009 originated from the 20% free time, including Gmail. Real breakthrough happens when we are free from others’ expectations and driven by individual passion'.”
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