She is barely recognizable…
It has been said that Elián González defeated Al Gore in 2000. Who knows if that’s actually true, but—more frequently than we might imagine—election-year political narratives are shaped by unlikely or unexpected civilians.
Election Day was not kind to radical feminists
The real war is against the unborn, and increasingly, voters’ credulity.
Sandra Fluke loses her first political contest
Off-campus cost of 39 cents per condom ‘permeates every facet of our lives’
‘When did birth control pills become so important to the human condition that the federal government requires every insurance policy to cover them?’
‘And Kathleen Sebelius’ minions in the basement don’t get to take away your rights from you’
Could it be that they just both oppose government mandates?
‘That’s the wrong approach’
Public relations brilliance!
‘I hope you will continue to stand with me and fight!’
Fluke raised to prominence after Rush Limbaugh called her a ‘slut’
‘I believe she would win’
‘OMG, he’s hot! Let’s hope he’s as easy to get as this birth control’
You can’t be seen without any green!
Birth control activist: ‘We still don’t let trans-folk join the military. That needs to change.’
Charity auctioneer cites ‘disturbingly high number of harassing responses’