In a campaign where last straws come almost daily, it’s hard to say if “nasty woman” is the final one for women voters. But it won’t matter. The Waylon Jennings song says it all: "She’s Gone, Gone, Gone. Cryin’ won’t bring her back."
Bill Clinton's 20-year-old sexcapades are irrelevant to Hillary's ability to govern. If that counted, we’d have to downgrade the presidencies of at least half the guys who have served, and blame their wives in the bargain.
To borrow one of Donald Trump’s favorite words, we already know the Trans Pacific Partnership is a “disaster” for U.S. workers. But what folks may not realize is that many of its provisions will hurt women the most.
Trump’s so-called economic fixes for the nation’s majority – women – are woefully lacking. His proposal to slash the top tax rate would definitely benefit high income women earning more than $413,350. But what of their low-wage sisters?
When Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton sparred separately on military matters during NBC’s Commander-in-Chief Forum on Wednesday, one group was all but ignored: female service members.
All of Donald Trump's so-called immigration plans actually fail to address the issues for the majority of immigrants – women. That’s right: The face of the migrant in the United States is increasingly female.
We heard a lot about the “war on women” during the 2012 election cycle. The only change is that now we’re fighting on two fronts — reproductive rights and economic survival.
Let’s be clear. As the majority of the population, the majority of registered voters, and the majority of those who actually show up at the polls, women can determine the outcome of any election.
As of today, it’s been four years since the last increase in the federal minimum wage, to $7.25 per hour, or $15,000 per year for full-time work. In the lead-up […]