Hillary Clinton’s war on women while at the State Department: Hillary Clinton’s State Department paid men $16,000 more on average in annual salary than women, according to data from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). An OPM database called FedScope contains data on more than 2 million federal civilian employees and includes information about employment, including […]
As the Washington Free Beacon noted: “”If you doubt what I say, look to the World Economic Forum, hardly a hotbed of feminist thought,” said Clinton. “Their rankings show that the United States is 65th out of 142 nations and other territories on equal pay.”” “Clinton’s statistic, however, was derived from one of the sub-indexes […]
Hmm, maybe the Democrats forgot they tried to hammer home the “war on women” issue and how sexist Republicans are. They blamed the lack of a clear narrative, but the narrative was clear: Democrats did not have solutions.
Writer Rachel Lu, of The Federalist, made a great point on motherhood vs. job argument: “Let’s stop comparing them to professionals. I’d like to stop hearing how motherhood is “a full-time job” or “the most important job in the world.” It isn’t. It can’t be. Because the truth is, motherhood isn’t a “job” at all.”
Via The Washington Examiner‘s Ashe Schow, President Obama took questions from female reporters in the latest White House briefing. As Ms. Schow reported: “Obama took questions from the Associated Press’ Julie Pace, Bloomberg BNA’s Cheryl Bolen, McClatchy’s Lesley Clark, Politico’s Carrie Budoff Brown, Reuters’ Roberta Rampton, the Wall Street Journal’s Colleen Nelson, the Washington Post’s […]
The election is over and the Democrats may have won, but that hasn’t stopped MSNBC from beating the drum about the false charge that the Republicans are waging a “War on Women.” On Now with Alex Wagner, Wagner tackled the issue head on by criticizing the House Republicans for their lack of women in committee […]
On MSNBC’s The Last Word and The Very Last Word, The Daily Beast’s Michelle Goldberg and MSNBC political analyst Krystal Ball discussed the bill regarding gender-selective abortions and the “war on women.” The proposed bill did not receive the necessary two-thirds majority to pass, with a vote of 246 in favor and 168 opposed. Live […]