TIME Magazine has nominated Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown law student who demanded you pay for her $10 a month birth control pills, as person of the year. This will put her up there with Adolf Hitler and Yasser Arafat. And … Continue reading ?
A women's rights organization is auctioning the creative services of Sandra Fluke to raise money to fight for "gender justice in the media." The group Women, Action, and the Media! (WAM!) is allowing people to bid on a "strategy session...Show More Summary
Just when you think Time magazine can’t make any more of a mockery of itself, they nominate Sandra Fluke, contraception advocate extraordinaire, as a candidate in their Person of the Year 2012 poll: Fluke, of course, is the condom rights...Show More Summary
In addition to the people pictured above, this year's suggested names are Sheldon Adelson, Mitt Romney, Karl Rove, Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Sandra Fluke, and Chris Christie.
Time is out with a poll for its annual Person Of The Year award. Some of the names on the list include: Barack Obama Psy (The Gangnam Style guy) Chris Christie Sandra Fluke Meg Whitman Undocumented Immigrants Marissa Mayer Mohammed Morsi...Show More Summary
When the tumultuous Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings hit the news, Sandra Fluke was 10 years old, and she recalls being under the impression that Anita Hill — the woman he was accused of harassing — was his secretary. Read full article >>
From the November 8 edition of Fox News' The Five: Previously:Fox's Tantaros On Sandra Fluke: "No Woman Should Aspire To Be Her" Conservative Media Cover Up Support For Contraception Policy Dana Perino Tries To Whitewash Ryan's Extreme...Show More Summary
Does anyone remember how mad people were when Rush Limbaugh called Sandra Fluke a slut? I, for one, didn't realize that anyone called anyone else a slut after the age of 16, but there it was. Now, a blogger over at the Christian Men's...Show More Summary
From the November 7 edition of Fox News' The Five: Previously: Fox's Tantaros On Sandra Fluke: "No Woman Should Aspire To Be Her" Right-Wing Media Hopelessly Confused About Their Race-Based Attacks On Obama Limbaugh: George Will May Have A Point About "Obama Being An Affirmative Action Hire"
Rudy Giuliani and Norm Coleman in Palm Beach People are judged by the company they keep. This is why President Obama is surrounded by Katy Perry, Lena Dunham, and Sandra Fluke. In Palm Beach, Florida, Governor Romney had Rudy Giuliani...Show More Summary
The Obama campaign has repeatedly appealed to women as if the feminist movement never happened – that is, as a monolith who can’t get sex and reproduction off the brain. Sandra Fluke and Lena Dunham have relayed the President’s message quite clearly: women should and do decide whom to vote for based on sex, birth control, and abortion. Show More Summary
That's like 15 Sandra Fluke parking lot sextravaganzas....
Apparently Sandra Fluke’s momentary celebrity has dwindled from a moment to a nanosecond. You would think that her appeal would be most strongly reflected on college campuses, but even college students are disinterested in her. Speaking...Show More Summary
It’s good to know that, with the election just around the corner, “women’s rights” activist and Obama surrogate Sandra Fluke is managing to draw a bigger crowd. In fact, it’s multiplied fourfold since her visit to Reno last month, which drew ten people. Show More Summary
Sandra Fluke, the infamous former Georgetown law student who begged for free birth control in front of Congress, "rallied" a crowd of...
Bill O'Reilly has been very concerned about the problem of degrading women lately. So concerned, in fact, that he worried out loud that Sandra Fluke had degraded women with her immodest suggestion that insurance benefits cover contraception. Show More Summary
Remember Cindy Sheehan? She started out as a sad story that made it into the spotlight — a woman who lost a son fighting overseas. Everyone felt sorry for her. Then she blamed Bush for her son’s death and while people started to get a little uncomfortable, they still understood. Show More Summary
The video below (h/t Hot Air) is getting a lot of exposure. It presents, in 16 seconds, religious freedom analogies. But it will make no impact with the Sandra Flukes of the world, who view free birth control as a human right. Someone has to be forced to buy it for them. And if that [...]
by Johanna Dasteel Washington, D.C., October 30, 2012 (LifeSiteNews) – Pro-contraception activist Sandra Fluke, on a speaking tour for Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, continues to parrot the Obama administration’s party line that children are one of the biggest roadblocks to women’s success. “Equality,”…