Rand Paul says his “personal religious belief” is life begins when it begins. If he wants to convince others about life, he needs to step up his game.
Here are 5 recent examples of how bad women have it in the States, each followed by a look at a minor problem faced by women in other parts of the world.
Is there more to feminism these days than embarrassment about female traits or is that pretty much it? This week’s example: The supposed “confidence gap.”
President Obama said he didn’t believe women choose flexible hours over pay increases. His press secretary’s wife, ABC News’ Claire Shipman, is one of them.
The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank mocked the idea that marriage is good for society. A week later he accidentally proved that it is.
President Obama occasionally makes jokes at the expense of his wife. We all should remember the benefits of speaking well of our spouse in public.
The White House’s pay inequality campaign bombed yesterday. But media discussions still miss the point of what many women seek in life.
Brendan Eich’s dissident stand forces those of us who are still capable of it to pause and think deeply on what it means to have a free society.
A show about a divorced mom who is also the mom of a teen mom and the daughter of a single mom isn’t a good way to attack the benefits marriage.
Remember the old joke about the New York Times headline: “World Ends Tomorrow! Women and Minorities Hardest Hit!” Yeah, about that.
Masha Gessen says that Putin’s war on gays is really a war on the West. It’s an interesting line, given what she’s said about gay marriage.
Some people want to turn Opening Day of baseball into a federal holiday. That’s a really bad idea. And not just because it already is a national holiday.
On Monday, the $1 billion evangelical anti-poverty group World Vision announced it would change its hiring requirements. By Wednesday it had changed back.
The New Republic ran a scathing article on Michelle Obama. But in some ways, it showed she has some seriously admirable traits.
Do pro-choice activists think it’s in any way wrong to use unborn children for heating fuel? And, if so, could they explain why?
Feminism mostly seems to be about making women feel bad for the way we are and trying to make us more like men. Enough already.
It turns out that Transfiguration is not about “Moses and the Buddha meeting the wandering rabbi on a mountaintop while traveling to a wedding in Cana.”
In the latest example, an AP reporter made deceptive claims about abortion opponents involving “Satan worshippers and savages.” But it’s worse than that.
Ban bossy? Making people feel bad for using adjectives is pretty bossy.
If someone found out that Rick Santorum’s film company had been secretly bankrolling Lena Dunham’s ‘Girls,’ would anyone be that surprised?
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