Category Archives: War on Women
If you think Josh Feurstein looks familiar it might be because when he is not busy calling for terrorist attacks in the United States, he was the mastermind behind the latest Starbucks War on Christmas meme: the red coffee cups … Continue reading
The Hill reports… “Instead of playing politics with this tragedy, maybe those on the left, like Senator Barbara Boxer, should actually take the time to read the resolution establishing the Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives,” Blackburn said. “At no … Continue reading
“And it was quite a leap… to point to a shooting and somehow link that to women not being able to get abortions. They had not released information and people were already indicting an entire religion, Christian white Republican, before … Continue reading
The Texas Tribune reports… Speaking to reporters after a stop here Sunday afternoon, Cruz rejected a potential connection between anti-abortion activism and the shooting, instead taking issue with “some vicious rhetoric on the left blaming those who are pro-life.” The … Continue reading
Wow. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) decided to demand an apology from Planned Parenthood while a gunman was in a shoot-out with Police.
We’ve snarked before that death by gunfire is now so common in the United States that autopsies should start listing it as a natural cause. The news will focus on the shooting event while it is underway and then return … Continue reading
“Someone has tried to make [Abortion] into an issue of women’s rights,” the GOP hopeful told the crowd. “What about the baby? You know, it’s one of the most sacred relationships in the universe, a mother and that child inside … Continue reading
Two Republican operatives take to the pages of Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie!) and give us an update on the War on Women: How Carly Fiorina Is Redefining Feminism Step one: Less whining. …and that’s when I clicked … Continue reading
And He Was Never Laid (Again?) Misogynist theocrat Theodore Shoebat discusses feminist women with all the senstivity and reason for which he is known. Pro tip: fast forward through the protest in Argentina to get to his true feelings.