"Electability" is a standard held only for Democrats, while the GOP can use their corrupt and craven ways to power their base. So what are we going to do about it?
Now that we have a viable female front-runner in the race for the Democratic nomination, a previously praised candidate is suddenly a “liar,” a “sell-out,” and untrustworthy. How will we ever elect a woman president?
Why, with so much on the line—not least of all, voting rights and the survival of the planet—is the current Democratic front-runner raging on the low road?
Pregnancy discrimination is real. But the misogynistic attacks against Elizabeth Warren from BOTH sides of the aisle remind us that facts don't matter with regard to women seeking the nomination.
Trump got into the Oval Office by hating our last president. Now that he doesn’t have Obama or Hillary, he’s set his sights on four congresswomen of color—especially Rep. Ilhan Omar. Will it backfire?
The people we elect as leaders aren’t supposed to be one of us. They’re supposed to be the smartest, craftiest, most astute person in the room.
Men with presidential ambitions on both sides of the aisle expect their spouses and daughters to clean up after their misogyny and racism. If you want our support, speak with us directly.
Male candidates are dubbed the lovable underdog, the savior, the great source of hope. But women are most often the leaders we’ve most needed.