Better Birth Control Could Save Taxpayers $12.5 Billion Per Year

These days, you can't swing an IUD around the US Capitol rotunda without hitting at least one politician who claims Americans are Taxed Enough Already!111! and in the same breath claim that both birth control and abortion are goddamn abominations (one of those politicians ran for Vice President last year!). Turns… » 10/23/13 1:20pm 10/23/13 1:20pm

Mississippi Governor Blames Educational Troubles on Working Mothers

And now for your daily "Stodgy Old White Dude Blaming Working Mothers for Something That is Not Related to Them" (remember how fun last week was?): Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R) said today that America's educational problems started when mothers began to work outside of the home. Cool story, bro. » 6/04/13 5:30pm 6/04/13 5:30pm

Mississippi's Only Abortion Clinic Will Remain Open, Thanks to…

Loose lips sink abortion eliminating ships. Erm, laws. Today, a federal judge temporarily extended an injunction blocking the enforcement of a state law designed to close the state's only abortion clinic in part because politicians who vocally supported the law couldn't fucking shut up about how the law wasn't about… » 7/11/12 5:40pm 7/11/12 5:40pm

Women May Resort to Coat Hanger Abortions, 'But, Hey,' Says Republican…

Now that Governor Phil Bryant has signed a law requiring every abortion provider to have admitting privileges at a local hospital, the state's only remaining abortion clinic's existence will be threatened when the measure kicks in on July 1. Opponents of the law contend that forcing the clinic to close will make… » 5/15/12 11:50am 5/15/12 11:50am

Pro-Choice People Dream of a World Where All Babies Are Aborted, Says…

Just as zombies crave the delicious chewy flesh of the human brain, so too do pro-abortion rights people crave nothing more than to abort the shit out of every pregnancy. We're like hormonal teenagers. We'll abort anything that walks. All day we dream about abortion. At least, according to Mississippi Governor and… » 4/25/12 3:40pm 4/25/12 3:40pm