I truly believe that John McCain will be a champion for women-for their rights, freedoms, opportunities and for the issues that matter deeply to us. It is one of the reasons that I took a deep breath, stepped forward, and for the first time in my life publicly endorsed and campaigned on behalf of a political candidate.
I know his principles, his values, and I know his courageous record of speaking out even when it could be unpopular. Just one example: John McCain was one of the first people to condemn the sexual misconduct that occurred at the Navy’s Tailhook Convention in 1991.
McCain took to the U.S. Senate floor and called for an investigation after Lt. Paula Coughlin spent several hours in his office telling him what had happened. Taking the Navy to task wasn’t easy for this Naval officer, but it was the right thing to do. And that is what true leadership is about.
When it comes to political discourse, John McCain doesn’t marginalize “women’s issues” and he doesn’t patronize women by assuming our only issues are about reproduction. He knows that women care deeply about many issues, and he addresses them head on and with straight talk.
Roe v. Wade should not hold women hostage to a political party or particular candidate. While I am pro-life, I know both pro-choice and pro-life women who are pro-McCain. And that is because, in this election, a great deal is at stake that is core to women and our families.
To pretend that we as a society are incapable of knowing whether a child is a male or female at birth is lunacy.
The Derek Chauvin case is more complicated than prosecutors would have it.
The prosecution blew the witness’s testimony to bits.
The fact is that voters got us into this mess. Maybe the answer isn’t more voters.
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A look at why droves are leaving the state.
Chauvin was charged with second-and third-degree murder as well as manslaughter.
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Omar is the latest in a string of elected Democrats to weigh in on the Chauvin trial.
The comment came in response to a question from Senator Ted Cruz about whether she still believes the election was stolen.
The American Humanist Association, wielding a nonsensical word salad of leftist shibboleths, proves the point that transgenderism will brook no dissent.
On the menu today: Arms Holdings acquisition, Taiwan’s exports balloon, a hedge-fund behemoth warns of a SPAC bubble, and Biden’s semiconductor subsidy.