Sandra Fluke, the former Georgetown University law student who gained fame when Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut," brought her California State Senate campaign to Funny or Die Wednesday with an appearance on the website's "Throwing Shade" podcast. The candidate discussed her history as a women's rights activist as well as her political future.
Throwing Shade #38: Baseball Daddies... 15:15 Did you know it's hard for major league baseball daddies to get R-E-S-P-E-C-T when they replace bat swinging for newborn holding? It's true! We talk all about it and sit down with our favorite...Show More Summary
Sandra Fluke made a name for herself in 2012 after she demanded US taxpayers pay for her monthly birth control pills that cost about $9 a month at WalMart. Her outrageous demands made her an overnight Democratic sensation. Sandra also … Continue reading ?
If nothing else, maybe following the money trail will get right-wing pols to think before they speak. And let’s not forget that this started with the way Sandra Fluke was treated. In the past few months, Republicans have called Wendy Davis, a Democratic candidate for Texas governor, “Abortion Barbie,” likened Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Senate […]
In near identical fashion to their treatment of abortion-activist Sandra Fluke, MSNBC has been running the unofficial political campaign for Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis. During her failed filibuster of new abortion laws in Texas, MSNBC helped propel Ms. Show More Summary
You had hoped it was just a fluke when she received so much national attention back in 2012, but sadly, no: Sandra Fluke has crystallized into a national icon, not just for birth control advocates, but for liberals in general. On Tuesday’s...Show More Summary
Sandra Fluke, who is now running for state Senate in California's 26th district rather than for the congressional seat being vacated by Democrat Henry Waxman after forty years, says that while people should not vote for her because she's a woman, increasing the number of women in the state legislature is something she hopes to do. Show More Summary
[Originally posted on March 21st, 2012.] Ring ding dong, ring a ding ding ding dong, keep your heads Red Bull! What’s up, young women who were barely even bothered by the Rush Limbaugh dustup with Sandra Fluke because they recognized it for the desperate and panicked last gasps of a fading patriarchy that it was, [...]
Sandra Fluke is a shrewd social justice attorney and soon-to-be candidate for the California Senate. And she's already campaigning. Read more...
On Thursday's Ed Show, MSNBC's Ed Schultz gleefully reminded guest Sandra Fluke of when Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut," but completely ignored his own suspension from MSNBC for saying the same of Laura Ingraham. "I think Limbaugh actually did you a favor by putting you out there like that," Schultz poured on the praise. Show More Summary
National Review Online (NRO) has a problem with feminism and how it's embodied by Democratic women running for office like Sandra Fluke and Texas State Senator Wendy Davis. NRO roving correspondent Kevin D. Williamson penned a February...Show More Summary
Sandra Fluke first gained national attention when Rush Limbaugh called her a "slut" on his radio show. During an appearance on MSNBC's The Ed Show Thursday to discuss her bid for the California State Senate, Fluke agreed with Ed Schultz that Limbaugh may have actually done her a "favor" by bringing her that extra exposure.
As we begin an election year, a lot of people are having to make their final decisions about whether to run for Congress. Sandra Fluke decided to pass on a House race and run for the California state senate instead. Singer Clay Aiken...Show More Summary
Congresswoman Sandra Fluke? Be very afraid Sandra Fluke is a social justice attorney and women’s rights activist. This is a fancy way of claiming to be unemployed. The only thing left for a woman with zero useful skills or job experience to do is run for Congress. http://www.commdiginews.com/politics-2/congresswoman-sandra-fluke-be-afraid-be-very-afraid-7062/ eric
by Dustin Siggins LOS ANGELES, CA, February 5, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Democratic Party activist Sandra Fluke, who was made famous by mock testimony to Congress on the HHS mandate and insults by Rush Limbaugh as a law student at Georgetown, is giving up national political ambitions, at least for now. Fluke, who…
If you need a slumpbuster, Sandra Fluke makes for as good as one as any. ?I am extremely moved by the outpouring of local and national support I have received since I announced that I was considering running for office....
Women's rights activist and Rush Limbaugh straw-woman Sandra Fluke announced today that she will not be running for Rep. Henry Waxman's open congressional seat—because she's decided to run for the California State Senate. Read more....
Wed February 05, 2014 We Saw This Coming: Sandra Fluke Running for Office By VITAMIN W Staff Sandra Fluke is running for a political seat in California, but it won't be for Congress. On Tuesday, the Washington Post reported that activist had filed with the California state Democratic Party to seek its endorsement in the race for retiring Rep. Show More Summary
Right-wing media figures jumped at reports that Sandra Fluke is running for political office in California with sexist attacks and falsehoods about her advocacy for the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) birth control mandate. Sandra FlukeShow More Summary