Chances are you've never heard of Estelle Griswold. But she radically changed the lives of women in America. Forty-six years ago today, her courage secured a basic right of women to use birth control to plan and time our pregnancies and to keep our families healthy.
Republicans are squandering their supposed 2010 mandate by following an ideological agenda instead of focusing first on creating jobs, particularly when it comes to their attacks on basic women's health care.
The Planned Parenthood Mike Pence wants to eliminate looks nothing like the Planned Parenthood that three million patients rely on each year. It's time to end this political vendetta. It's wasting valuable time.
Richard Nixon may not be the first name most people associate with women's health and reproductive rights. But as the assault on women heats up in Congress this week, I'm starting to think of the Nixon era as an age of enlightenment.
It's pretty clear that the new majority in the House won't be putting women in leadership positions. If the Democrats are serious about winning in 2012, they need to pay attention to women -- as voters and as leaders.
Can't make heads or tails of health care reform? You're not alone -- a majority of Americans are confused about the new health care law and don't know enough about the details of the law to understand how it will affect them.
Democrats in Congress have just proudly signed a deal that allows a bunch of old men who have spent the better part of the last century avoiding their own sexual issues to dictate access to abortion services.