The invitation of Ann Coulter to CPAC this year along with the rest of their guest list, continues to prove that they learned absolutely nothing from the last election. After making a weight joke about Gov. Chris Christie, who was shunned from the event, Coultergeist went on to explain that the reason Republicans lost the Senate is that some of their candidates, like Todd Akin, just failed to keep their mouths shut, and Democrats are supposedly the ones waging a war on women.
Joe Walsh: Against Abortion, 'Without Exception', Including the Life of the Mother
Regardless of the right's continued attacks and insults against activist Sandra Fluke, I for one and happy to see such an articulate and smart young woman speaking out for women and their issues at this year's Democratic National Convention. As
Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan says that he personally believes that rape is just another "method of conception" and not an excuse to allow abortions. During an interview with WJHL this week, Ryan was asked his view about Rep. Todd Akin,
LC: I Have To Tell What Happened To Me from Center for Reproductive Rights on Vimeo. All this talk about legitimate rape is making me seethe. It's just as well that I didn't have a daughter, because I'd worry every time she went out the door.
Christian conservative actor and activist Kirk Cameron on Tuesday offered praise for a Republican Senate candidate who recently said that women were less likely to get pregnant through "legitimate" rape. During an interview on CNN, host Soledad
If anyone isn't sure why the Republicans are desperate to push Todd Akin out of the Missouri Senate race, you need look no further than this interview with RNC Chair Reince Priebus on CNN's Erin Burnett Out Front this Monday. Priebus threw Akin
The Republican Senate candidate from Missouri on Monday said he had made "serious mistakes" by claiming that women could not get pregnant from "legitimate rape." In his first interview since telling KTVI-TV that "the female body has ways to try
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) on Monday said that it was "jaw dropping and stunning" for her Republican opponent for Senate to claim that women who are victims of "legitimate" would not get pregnant. "This statement is kind of window into Todd