By a massive 130,000 vote margin, Mississippi residents rejected Initiative 26, a constitutional amendment that would have banned abortion and birth control in practice.
Females comprise a startlingly low percentage of government seats at all levels of office, and poor recruitment strategy is to blame as women are less likely to run for office.
It would be fantastic to have a woman in the White House — but if we elect President Bachmann, she may be the last woman to make it there.
The Ad Council's latest campaign rightly aims to promote the use of contraceptives as a tool of empowerment and the most effective way to prevent unplanned pregnancies.
Female veterans, with their military service highlighting their honest commitment to the country, are poised to become a major force in electoral politics.
Putting more women in Congress would bring a fresh perspective to America's deadlocked politics.
Large numbers of young women are choosing to go back to school instead of remaining in the workforce, making them more qualified and employable than their male counterparts.
The House set aside $5 million for abstinence-only sex education programs last week. Should Congress be promoting these programs?