We're entering an unlikely phase of scandal politics: the deny-it stage.
This week, South Carolina's lgbt community celebrated a huge victory which you probably won't hear anything about. Last year state legislators came u...
Being a feminist and being against reproductive freedoms means you are not a feminist. You can say you're a Mets fan, but if you only want the Yankees to win -- you're not a Mets fan.
This sudden deluge of victories has forced the country to stand up and take notice of women's political power. That said, I want to ask these candidates one question: If elected, what will you do to advance women's rights?
The story of last evening's primary elections was the success of female candidates. All five of these women are parents and I bet all five have important stories to tell and examples to set about work life balance.
Somehow, somewhere, someone ordained Palin the new head of the GOP and deluded themselves into believing that who and what she touches today will mystically turn into November 2nd gold. Truth is, it'll be just the opposite.
The people of South Carolina seem to be tired of hearing about this kind of thing. They might well consider adultery too juvenile to be a political issue.
It's the curious case of Tipper and the former Veep Of conduct untoward we haven't heard a peep While there's no sign of a jaunt down the Appalachian ...
Is it South Carolina or is it the Internet? Nikki Haley, who is running to replace South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford--whose own affair was great p...
Sarah Palin's recent championing of women candidates is noteworthy, and in contrast to some women leaders in the Democratic Party like Speaker Nancy Pelosi who have sought to undermine female candidates.