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President Obama Criticized for Failure to Nominate Women to Key Cabinet Positions

President Obama Criticized for Failure to Nominate Women to Key Cabinet Positions

President Obama, who made women’s issues a key tenet of his reelection campaign, seems to be fading fast on that front in his second term as he nominates various people to serve in his cabinet. So far, he has only appointed men to serve in three of his most prominent […]

by · January 8, 2013 · President Obama, Race in America
Top Five Dumbest Republican Quotes of 2012 Include Mitt Romney’s Safety Net for Poor, Binders Full of Women

Top Five Dumbest Republican Quotes of 2012 Include Mitt Romney’s Safety Net for Poor, Binders Full of Women

Top Five of Dumbest Republican Quotes of 2012 came from Republicans during the presidential campaign. 1. Mitt Romney: “I’m in this race because I care about Americans. I’m not concerned about the very poor. We have a safety net there.” 2. Mitt Romney: “I went to a number of women’s groups and said […]

by · December 29, 2012 · Latest News, U.S. Political News
Five Memorable Moments of the 2012 Presidential Campaign From Moon Colony Pledge to Empty Chair

Five Memorable Moments of the 2012 Presidential Campaign From Moon Colony Pledge to Empty Chair

The 2012 presidential campaign has had some memorable moments, from Texas Gov. Rick Perry drawing a blank on which government departments he would cut, to Rick Santorum saying Mitt Romney is the worst candidate to go up against Barack Obama to Mitt Romney’s Big Bird attacks, binders full of women […]

Obama Campaign Buys Twitter Ad Mocking Mitt Romney “Binders Full of Women” Comment

Mitt Romney’s “binders full of women” line is sticking, just like Big Bird from the first presidential debate. The Obama campaign has a promoted tweet slamming his comment and not backing equal pay for women via the Lilly Ledbetter Act. Read more below: “He was opposed to [the Lilly Ledbetter […]

by · October 17, 2012 · Elections, Women's Rights