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Happy Hour News Briefs Janet (née Folger) Porter is much enthused that maybe this time he’ll stay maybe this time, the heartbeat bill (for which she takes credit, though it has never passed anywhere) will pass the House and the … Continue reading
Hey guys, remember this? It was my honor to break tie vote in Senate overturning last minute Obama rule & restoring state control over Title X family planning funds. pic.twitter.com/jebspF3F3K — Vice President Pence (@VP) March 30, 2017 Mike Pence … Continue reading
Women’s History Month Mike Pence is at your cervix, ladies! The Independent Women’s Forum will present Vice President Pence with the Working for Women award at an event celebrating women’s history month. In case you were wondering: The Independent Women’s Forum is a … Continue reading
Happy Hour News Briefs Boycott Queen Linda Harvey stuck her snout out of her mud hut, and saw her shadow; so we have 6 more weeks of scolding to look forward to. Anyway, today is International Woman’s Day at World … Continue reading
Today marks the first organized, nation-wide action since the Pussy Hat March following The Russian Usurper’s inauguration/installation. As today is also International Women’s Day, it marks a dual-purpose recognition of the stronger sex. Of course, there is some disagreement: "The … Continue reading
One News Now: “[Refugees] are seeking asylum; they are seeking safety,” he says. “And so, I would think a preborn child is very akin to a refugee. They are simply trying to escape the persecution of an abortion-driven culture.” Consequently, … Continue reading
Happy Hour News Briefs Y’all Qaeda darling Janet (née Folger) Porter set her forced-birth agitprop to an ’80s dance beat: “They’re playing our song,” said absolutely no one.
Washington On the heels of President Donald Trump’s inauguration and last week’s Women’s March, the annual March for Life, this year marking the 44th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, is set to take place on Friday. Not saying … Continue reading
Roe v. Wade is settled law in 1973.