Tina Campbell pissed me off.
Pennsylvania Rep. Tim Murphy will resign later this week following a report that he had urged his side chick to get an abortion earlier this year. Murphy, a member of the Pro-Life Caucus, had flaunted his pro-life bonafides as a congressman throughout his career.
It turns out that Rep. Tim Murphy (R-Pa.), a politician who proudly flaunts his pro-life bonafides, doesn’t really mind abortions as long as his mistress has access to them.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is a person I prefer never to talk about, especially online, but this time I’m making an exception. It appears that no matter what he does wrong, many people, especially “Bernie bros,” have been making excuses for him since we were first introduced to the senator in 2015.
President Vladimir TrumPutin is a lot of things, but camera shy isn’t one of them. Since taking office, he’s had the news crews around him every time he’s signed one of his 1,000 executive orders. Yet, on Thursday, as news broke that the U.S. had just dropped the “Mother of All Bombs” on an Afghanistan area believed…
To say Mel B’s divorce proceedings from her estranged husband, Stephen Belafonte (no relation to Harry Belafonte), will end up being a complete shit show would be an understatement. The singer says that over the years, she was not only physically assaulted by Belafonte but also blackmailed into performing in…
Well, in a stunning twist of irony, it turns out that conservatives won’t stand for Tomi Lahren being pro-choice or calling them out for being hypocrites on abortion laws. Just who exactly are the real snowflakes?
Because the world is losing its collective grip on reality, and conservatives want to govern everything, including women’s bodies, Oklahoma state Rep. George Faught, a Republican, authored a bill that would stop abortions including cases involving genetic abnormalities.
Ohio legislators have passed a controversial bill that would ban women from having abortions as early as six weeks after conception, NPR reports. The bill is dubbed the “Heartbeat Bill” because six weeks is around the time that a fetus’s heartbeat can be detected by a doctor.
In a stunning decision, Texas has banned health care facilities such as hospitals and women's clinics from disposing of aborted fetuses and is requiring that the fetal remains be buried or cremated, despite fierce opposition from medical professionals and activists.
Despite the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade that established the right to abortion nationwide, a Republican member of the Indiana House of Representatives plans to propose legislation that would ban abortion in his state.
The Supreme Court of the United States has struck down a restrictive Texas law that required clinics that provide abortions to have surgical facilities and doctors with admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, NPR reports, ruling the restrictions unconstitutional.