Bart Stupak

As a group, a community, a vulnerable population, young people and our needs have continually been left out of the debate around reproductive and sexual health and rights.
Those of us out in the hinterlands, way outside the Beltway, have known for years that the Beltway-focused Congressional lobbying strategy to keep abortion safe and legal wasn't working.
I automatically recoil at the suggestion that people should be held responsible for the actions of others, especially when
The sports-industrial complex tends to produce narrow-minded, self-centered, ethically-challenged mercenaries who are deeply submissive to established authority and fiercely dedicated to winning by any means possible.
One midwinter night in 2008, Senator John Ensign, of Nevada, the chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, was
Mr. President: A word to the wise: Better not further jeopardize your standing when we're not sure whether the BP cap won't go bust.
In the dog days of summer, when most Americans are longing to escape to the mountains or the beach, the Obama administration has issued HHS regulations for Pennsylvania that will vastly expand subsidies for abortion in that state.
While I'd like to just blame the Republicans, Democrats were also responsible for pouring money into these programs. Even
In a close vote, the House of Representatives Friday afternoon passed a financial reform bill intended to re-regulate Wall
By caring more about his country than he cared about his political fortunes, Bart Stupak has taken a large step towards living a happy and fulfilled life.
The Tea Party brought Bart Stupak down -- I know because the mob storming through Michigan this week declared it to be true. And I make it a point to always believe angry mobs.
Retiring House Representative Bart Stupak is the most prominent face of a big problem for progressives within the Democratic party: what to do about the conservadems?
For those critics who think of Bart Stupak as a man who wilted when the going got tough, his past record says otherwise.
Now that the White House has cleared the way for members to use social media, will we hear more from major players, like Kathleen Sebelius on health care or George Mitchell on Israel-Palestine?
Let's RETIRE Stupak. Please contribute $25, $50, $100 or whatever you can today: By threatening historic health care reform
Anger over the health-care overhaul has led to a nearly threefold increase in recent months in the number of serious threats