Aug. 26 is Women’s Equality Day, marking the day that women finally won the right to vote. But we can’t really celebrate equality, because we don’t have it yet.
She says the fighting must stop for everyone, including women. Guns and bombs, she says, are not improving women’s rights.
Paul Ryan's views are just as extreme as Todd Akin's. Before he became famous for his budget plan, Ryan began his political career as a creature of Wisconsin's pro-life movement.
On Aug. 26, in recognition of Women’s Equality Day, we must demand that the candidates support paid sick days.
Gary Bauer was apoplectic that anti-abortion politicians like Akin can’t get their script down.
The callousness of this position is beyond belief, as anyone who has been victimized by rape or incest can testify.
Akin’s Neanderthal comment puts Paul Ryan’s Neanderthal views on abortion in the spotlight.
She had to sue her department over sex discrimination. Now she’s going to be the police chief.
This Earth Day, as we grapple with the reality of climate change, we can take heart in the initiatives that many women are taking to overcome it.
“Women voting for Republicans are like deer voting for the NRA,” said one speaker.
The ladies’ lunch vote is just not big enough to make up for the Republicans' massive gender gap.
Tuesday, April 17, is Equal Pay Day. This date represents how far into 2012 women must work to earn what men earned in 2011.