Daily Archives: July 15, 2010

Sex, Politics and the GOP

By Tabitha Hale
07/15/2010

Apparently, Mary Ann Chastain over at Newsweek finally realized that conservative women are being trivialized and sexualized in the media. Imagine that. Nice of the magazine to say something now, since it’s done such a good job defending them up until this point.

The thing is that Chastain seems to have blinders on when it comes to how conservative women have been treated by the media and political circles for years now. This is not a new phenomenon, and it did not begin with Sarah Palin or Nikki Haley or any of the other GOP women currently in the spotlight. Continue reading

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The Anti-Women Agenda of Hillary’s State Dept.

By Lori Ziganto
07/15/2010

Secretary Hillary Clinton’s State Department has proven that the only 3:00 a.m. calls that they are willing to answer are calls that further a dangerously misguided progressive agenda.

During the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton proudly proclaimed that she’d be “ready on day one,” but she neglected to mention that she’d only be ready to push dogmatic ideological movements. Continue reading

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Taxpayer Dollars OK’d for PA Obamacare Abortions

By Connie Hair
07/14/2010

The Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) is providing $160 million to the state of Pennsylvania to set up a new high-risk insurance pool program that pays for abortions, as part of a larger $5 billion commitment of taxpayer funds that will include abortion coverage for over 400,000 people nationwide.

“This is the boldest admission yet from the Obama administration that the President’s Executive Order on taxpayer-funded abortion was a sham.  The fact that the high-risk pool insurance program in Pennsylvania will use federal taxpayer dollars to fund abortions is unconscionable,” said House Republican leader John Boehner.

Steven Ertelt reports on LifeNews.com that HHS has approved the program in Pennsylvania that will soon Continue reading

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