Rights were thrust back into the news recently, courtesy of a Miss USA contestant's answer.
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Liberals seem to once again be confusing rudeness with some nefarious slight.
I heard two bad jokes in the last week: The U.N. elected Saudi Arabia to its women's rights commission, and my Lyft driver compared a patron playing music to sexual assault.
People wonder why some of us are so unimpressed with modern feminism. To those people, I would direct their attention to the news that a Michigan doctor allegedly performed female genital mutilation (FGM) on multiple young girls.
Pepsi tried to be a social justice warrior Tuesday and learned an important lesson: Everyone hates politics in ads.
Feminists took March Madness to the next level, trivializing their movement and further diminishing its credibility in the last days before April.
It hasn't been a good few months for the Democratic Party, and if its activists' reaction to the Congressional Black Caucus meeting with President Donald Trump is any indication, it's not going to get better.
Glancing around the salon, she took a seat and flashed a smile, "I'm so nervous!"
So, I sent a tweet Friday that was imprudent.
The 2016 presidential election was America's first test run of the effects of safe-space parenting.
It's March 3, and I'm pretty tired.
CNN president Jeff Zucker frequently dictates anti-Trump questions to his anchors when they're live, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A man called a woman a hooker, another woman defended her, and some "feminists" are pissed.
Immigrants are the "promise of America," and as long as they only kill foreigners, Democrats are happy to welcome them to the U.S.
President Donald Trump's Friday press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe -- which touched on terrorism, trade and immigration -- occurred 30 years after Trump detailed his experiences doing business with the Japanese.
People are furious that Vogue's newest cover doesn't include models who are fat enough or black enough.
President Donald Trump shredded Sen. Richard Blumenthal in a series of tweets Thursday morning, after Blumenthal leaked details of a private conversation with Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
Only one Democrat out of the 46 in the Senate voted to confirm Jeff Sessions as the next U.S. attorney general.
The Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions in a 52-47 vote as the next U.S. attorney general Wednesday night.