It may be fitting Hollywood wants to immortalize Wendy Davis, since so much of her story is essentially a manufactured fairy tale.
Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia’s special election is a repeat lesson for Democrats. In 2014 they flooded Texas with outsider cash, but Wendy Davis lost in a landslide.
When pro-life journalists who revealed Planned Parenthood’s organ harvesting were charged, media loved it. When charges were dropped, the media went quiet.
Former lawmaker Wendy Davis told students of the Catholic university abortion helps the economy, and that she killed her child ‘out of love.’
When the Supreme Court on March 2 assesses the abortion industry’s claims about threats to women’s health, it will have years of real-world tests to examine.
Hillary Clinton’s new rapid response director Zac Petkanas, who previously served as Wendy Davis’s top spokesman, was busted for meth possession in 2013.
Social conservatives think the country is more pro-life. But the label doesn’t reveal what people really think.
Emboldened by a string of electoral and media victories, pro-life candidates have figured out how to put abortion rights supporters on the defensive.
Abortion advocates pretend men have no stake in women’s issues, but that’s ridiculous.
With Wendy Davis, Sandra Fluke, and many millions from Planned Parenthood, this should have been a triumph for the War on Women. Instead it was Waterloo.
The failure of the “war on women” has broad significance because it is a test of the Democrats’ whole strategy for winning future elections.
No politician had more media support than Wendy Davis, who just lost the Texas governor race. What does this show us about media handling of “War on Women”?
Desperate for anything positive-sounding to run on this fall, Democrats seized on education. But their education policies are ruining our country’s future.
A Texas morning radio show asked Wendy Davis if Greg Abbott was “exploiting his handicap.” You won’t believe her answer.
For midwives or doulas to support abortion contradicts their usual pro-woman, pro-baby attitudes.
The government has power to censor churches. It just avoids using it.
After claiming Greg Abbott didn’t care about disabled people, Wendy Davis has pivoted to saying he might ban interracial marriage. His wife is Hispanic.
If other public universities are as corrupt in their admissions as the University of Texas, we have a national problem.
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?
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