Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) writes in Politico that the "war on women" is not just a media catchphrase, as some Republicans are claiming; it's real. Boxer points to the number of legislative bills she's seen up for debate in the Senate as evidence.
House Republicans have introduced more than 30 bills that would restrict a woman's reproductive health care. Those same Republicans, who decry an all-too-powerful government, have no problem deciding what health care is right for our daughters, or sisters or mothers.
On the heels of a SurveyUSA poll that showed Republican Carly Fiorina with slim lead over incumbent Sen. Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.), the latest Rasmussen has Fiorina ahead by a single point: 48-47. Daniel Foster Read Post
The Left has an amazing way of exploiting victims. This time it’s women suffering and dying from domestic abuse. U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Ca) compared Republicans to domestic abusers. How offensive to the millions of real victim... Read Post