Donald Trump Supports an Easier Path for Women Seeking an Abortion

The Liberal in Donald Trump is making himself known again. Once a Democrat, the newly crowned Republican presidential candidate answered a question on "The Dr. Oz Show," with an answer that is sure to upset many Abortion-hating Republicans. According to the Republicans' nominee for president, women seeking abortions should get the procedure with ease, not jumping through hoops like having to get a prescription from their doctors. "I would say it should not be prescription," he told the audience,...

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Wife of Anti-Abortion Lawmaker Goes Public About Having an Abortion

And her husband, the anti-abortion lawmaker says he's "extremely proud" of his wife's courage. Yes, they're Republicans! Stephanie Chatfield, the wife of anti-abortion Michigan state Rep. Lee Chatfield (R), is speaking out about her own experience with the procedure after receiving threats from people warning they'd expose her. “Your desire to see this story go public emboldened me to do something that I should have done years ago,” Chatfield wrote in a Facebook post published...

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Joy Reid Factchecks Michael Steele’s False Comment About Abortions On Air – Video

Former RNC Chairman, Michael Steele went on MSNBC today and was interviewed by Joy Reid on the ridiculous comments Republican leader, Donald Trump made earlier in the week, where he said women seeking abortion services should be punished. Asked to speak about Trump's comment and the fact that others in the Republican party want women punished for seeking abortions, Michael Steele tried to sidestep the issue, falsely stating that no one in the Republican party is advocating punishing women. "That...

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Republican Official Blame Abortions for California Drought

[caption id="attachment_59075" align="aligncenter" width="685"] Assemblywoman Shannon Grove, R-Bakersfield, (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)[/caption] And you thought you had heard it all. While speaking at the California ProLife Legislative Banquet last week, California Assemblywoman Shannon Grove (R) suggested a theory that the state's worst drought in 1,200 years may be divine retribution for California providing women with access to abortions, RH Reality Check reported. “Texas was in a long...

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Republican Congress – 3 Days in Power, 5 Anti-Choice Bills Already Introduced

Taking away a woman's right to choose. This is their priority. We saw it already on the state level where Republicans are in control and now that they control Congress, Republicans are making this war on women's rights their number one priority. Reps. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) and Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) on Monday reintroduced a ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, which the GOP-controlled House already passed once in 2013. And Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) introduced four bills on Wednesday...

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A Federal Judge Strikes Down Parts of Texas’ Restrictive Abortion Law

The "small government" Republicans in the great state of Texas are not going to take this one laying down. They have already indicated they are going to fight this decision and are prepared to take their fight all the way to the Supreme Court. A federal judge late Friday struck down two provisions of a Texas law that has already forced the closure of half the state’s abortion clinics, granting at least a temporary reprieve to nearly a dozen more facilities that would have otherwise gone out of business...

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Twitter Users Leave Angry Messages for @SCOTUSblog – @SCOTUSblog Replies with Humor

Photo: Twitter @SCOTUSblog People are upset, MAD I tells ya! This Hobby Lobby decision by the Supreme Court has people up in arms and they're looking for a way to vent. So what better place to vent your displeasure than to attack @SCOTUSblog? Well, I would attack too, except, @SCOTUSblog is not the blog for the Supreme Court. It is in no way affiliated with the United States Supreme Court Justices. @SCOTUSblog is just a blogsite dedicated to reporting on The Supreme Court's decisions. The site...

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