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
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) will hold weekly “open forums” on climate change next year, and she hopes Republicans and Democrats will participate in the “climate change clearinghouse” to discuss potential global warming legislation. “W... Read Post