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So Newt Gingrich ran away with the South Carolina Republican primary on Saturday and now he’s on everyone’s lips — including those of his ex-wives. Just two days after Newt’s … Continue reading
On this 39th anniversary of Roe v Wade, the guiding question for NARAL’s Blog for Choice Day is this: What will you do to help elect pro-choice candidates in 2012? … Continue reading
The lovely folks at Planned Parenthood are having pre-caucus breakfasts before both the Democrat (Jan. 21) and Republican (Feb. 4) events. Here are the details and information on their pro-women … Continue reading
If you ever needed a good reason to buy Girl Scout cookies, here it is: Following an incident in which a transgender child was rebuked and turned away from a … Continue reading
I’m not sure if my recovery from stomach flu was hampered or hastened by saga and pageantry of Tuesday night’s Iowa caucus. While all the pundits and political junkies swoon … Continue reading
With all this talk about Iowa, maybe you’ve thought (secretly) to yourself, “What the hell is a caucus, anyway?” And how’s it different than a primary? Well, luckily Planned Parenthood … Continue reading