Month: May 2018

Another Big Primary Night for Democratic Women

Ed Kilgore, New York MagazinePrimaries in three southern states plus runoffs in Texas continued to shape a competitive midterm, with Democratic women doing particularly well.

What Planned Parenthood Could Learn From Me

Nicole Saphier, FOX NewsThe flood of emotions I experienced upon learning of my pregnancy as I started my senior year of high school was dominated by fear and shame.

A Democratic Watergate Is Unfolding Before Our Eyes

Adriana Cohen, Boston HeraldA Democratic Watergate is unfolding before our eyes.It’s no wonder Obama’s former CIA chief John Brennan is tweeting like a madman, attacking President Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConne…

Obama White House figures sought to ‘tap peoples emotions’ for gun control after Sandy Hook

Rahm Emanuel famously said that “you never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” and apparently that included the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre. Two days after the horrific school shooting, the Chicago mayor advised then-Education Secretary Arne Duncan to …

Lawmakers seek better funding for Olympic sex-abuse crisis

WASHINGTON (AP) – Lawmakers used an emotionally charged House subcommittee hearing to get answers about what they portrayed as the U.S. Olympic Committee’s slow-moving, underfunded response to a steadily widening sex-abuse scandal in Olympic sports. CE…