In last nights Indiana Senate debate, Republican candidate Richard Mourdock was asked about his stance on abortion. Mourdock responded that he opposes abortion even in case of rape because that can be something “God intended to happen.”
|By: Michael Whitney Friday February 4, 2011 12:30 pm|
HR3 – “The No Taxpayer Money for Abortion Act” – is a vile piece of legislation by its title alone. That the bill contained, until yesterday, a provision to redefine rape as “forcible” rape was even more insidious. In a Republican-controlled House, it’s not shocking to see this kind of medieval treatment of women become a priority over, you know, job creation. But let’s focus on the Democrats involved in this travesty. A look at the DCCC’s contributions to and on behalf of the 10 Democratic co-sponsors of HR3 show the committee spent a whopping $3,379,322.85 to keep these members in office – in 2010 alone.
|By: Jon Walker Friday October 29, 2010 4:45 pm|
The number of contests close enough to watch continues to grow daily. Updates today on RI-01, CT-04, CT-05, IN-02, and NC-02.
|By: David Dayen Sunday March 21, 2010 4:18 pm|
as a news peg, let me show you Loretta Sanchez’ tweet from the well of the House:
Looking forward to casting my vote on this historic health care bill! House is currently set to vote around 11pm EST.
I think a “No” vote after that statement would be, well, odd. So she’s a yes.