Todd Akin

Of course, the whole idea of the wandering womb might make more sense if you were a student of Aristotle. For some the preservation
For some strange reason (Texas) people have actually voted for him. Like Trump and Carson, he also has an aversion to reality and an affinity for saying crazy things. That is precisely the combination that makes Cruz the perfect pawn for deploying the McCaskill strategy.
Akin, who came under fire in 2012 for comments he made about “legitimate rape,” told both the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and
While it's uncertain whether Akin will run for the Senate again, Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander (D) has already
A bill proposed by a Republican state lawmaker in Missouri would require a woman seeking an abortion to obtain notarized consent from the baby's father, even if he is physically abusive toward her.
"It could be that the physician is afraid of being sued," she said. There are no laws in the United States, however, requiring
In early September, Democratic candidate Chad Taylor withdrew from the race, a move his party encouraged in the hopes of
Today, in France, whenever I hear certain right-wing moralists denounce the "feminization" of our society, I realize that we are once again going through one of these periods of instability when the female sex becomes an object of political tension.
Unless Republicans repudiate Reaganite supply side (i.e., trickle down) economics -- which stands at the very heart of contemporary, Tea Party conservatism and is the only thing unifying the increasingly disparate social conservative, libertarian, and Chamber of Commerce wings -- they own this debacle.
"Rape," the instructors say, "is a four-letter word. Purge it from your lexicon." And as to anything else abortion-related, "Keep it brief." Such is the strategy reportedly being taught Republican candidates in "Boot Camps" on how to talk about abortion.
North Carolina Congresswoman Renee Ellmers, who is running against Clay Aiken this November, urged the Republican Party, especially men in the party, to bring policy discussion "down to a woman's level."
In an interview on HuffPost Live, Akin, who lost his 2012 Senate bid after controversial comments about rape, said he had