Isn't it obvious what Republicans think of women? This enrages me. All of the single moms out there paying for daycare and working harder then their counterparts ! What do we have to do ?? Hum I know elect Someone that cares about women & equal pay for equal work !
Two disturbing developments have occurred in the last couple of days that have gone relatively unnoticed compared to the recent IRS, AP, & Benghazi scandals. 1st, the senate is debating an expansion of the already broad powers of the 2001 Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF) so the U.S. can essentially engage any area in the world in the war on terror, including America. Which brings us to the 2nd development: Pentagon has recently granted itself police powers on American soil. [...]…
I think that Barbara Jordan (1936-1976) was one of the most remarkable women in our history. She was the first African American since Reconstruction to serve in the Texas Senate and then the first African American woman from the South to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Susan Rice - USA - 2013: Susan E. Rice worked with President Clinton as part of the National Security Council and oversaw African affairs, later working at the Brookings Institution. In 2009, she joined President Obama's Cabinet, receiving Senate confirmation to be U.N. ambassador. In 2013, she was appointed national security adviser by Obama.