Foust needs to go to school in how to respect the diversity of women’s professional accomplishments. Women’s jobs aren’t one size fits all. And surprise though it may be, women don’t always think alike, look alike, have identical interests, or vote the same way.
Pro-abortion Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has successfully bullied at least four members of the state board of health to resign in order to appoint radical pro-abortion replacements.
The Huffington Post, NARAL, and Planned Parenthood have gone on the offensive against a pro-life politician, excoriating him for referring to pregnant women as a “host”.
Yet, this is nothing more than another example of the ever prevalent abortion distortion.
Everywhere I turn, I find Virginians who are fed up with the war on women meme. They are asking questions like, if regulations on abortion clinics represent a war on women, then what should we call it when a woman is arrested for driving her sick dad to get medical help? McAuliffe has said he […]
Is the Washington Post preparing to endorse Ken Cuccinelli? if “safe, legal, and RARE” abortions is their goal, perhaps so… Or maybe that isn’t their goal, after all…
Cuccinelli’s consistent advocacy for the most vulnerable includes an un-apologetic pro-life record. But you won’t see Terry McAuliffe challenged on his extreme abortion-on-demand positions by the mainstream media.
Terry Mcauliffe is bringing his radical pro-abortion agenda to a whole new level.
McAuliffe is joining forces with the standard-bearer for late-term abortion (i.e. the killing of a viable baby), Wendy Davis, literally fundraising off the brutal destruction of human life and endangering women.
Pro-Life laws work, and NARAL has endorsed the “100%” pro-abortion triumvirate of Terry McAuliffe, Ralph Northam, and Mark Herring because they are willing to take up NARAL’s cause to fight any “regulations on abortion providers.”