Today, for some reason — and I’ve got some theories about it — indignation is the default position of certain people in civic discourse.
Responses like Beck’s promote victim-blaming and hinder the government’s efforts to make college campuses safer for all students. Ending sexual assault is a message all Americans, no matter what their political beliefs, should embrace — turning sexual violence investigations into an Obama attack is a low blow, even for Beck.
To have my rapist, my attacker, convicted on all six counts, only to be let go — only for him to walk out that door the same time I could — was just unfathomable…I never thought that he would be at home, being able to have the same rights and privileges as I do.
Making the sex scene a non-consensual one removes all Cersei’s power — and if there’s one thing Game of Thrones doesn’t need, it’s another powerless woman.
An unexpected and bafflingly ill-conceived act of sexual violence will have serious consequences for two of the show’s most interesting characters
If undecided voters tune into the Democratic convention and hear all about abortion, and tune into the Republican convention and hear all about the economy, Romney will win in a landslide.
John Hinderaker at Power Line.
At a time when part of the Democratic message is that the GOP is conducting a ‘war on women,’ Akin has provided Democrats with a limitless supply of ammunition for use against GOP candidates.
— Charlie Mahtesian at Politico outlines one reason why the GOP desperately wants Todd Akin to drop out. "Akin has provided Democrats with an opportunity to drive the wedge deeper."