The news is the blues. 1. Trump says he is planning “very severe things” to punish North Korea. If this doesn’t terrify you
The arts and crafts chain has agreed to forfeit the items and pay millions in fines.
The goal is to make it acceptable to discriminate based on religious beliefs
VOTE for every single candidate on your ballot who advocates women's rights.
In a sense, Donald Trump is correct that women who have abortions if the procedure is banned should face "some sort of punishment." Before you misconstrue my opinion, please note that I have always been an advocate of pro-choice.
The far right knows the importance of this election for the Supreme Court. It is crucial that all Americans recognize that for the sake of all our rights, Election Day 2016 truly is judgment day.
Once again, the contraception benefit in the ACA is before the Supreme Court on Wednesday. What's at stake this time is every bit as critical as what was at stake in Hobby Lobby.
The idea of what religious freedom means is not a settled matter. But Clarkson offers a definition that allows progressives to reclaim religious liberty from conservative Christians who have perverted its meaning in service of theocratic agendas.
Should we be talking about how to respect the rights of employers who are religiously affiliated? Yes. But the women who work for them aren't legal fictions; the realities of their lives must be part of the conversation.
Picture this: You are a respected teacher at a local private school. You and your husband desperately want to have a child, and you are undergoing IVF treatment. You meet with your boss to request time off for the procedure. Soon thereafter, you are told that you have been fired.