In this awesome C-Span footage from 2009, Hillary Clinton responds to Rep. Christopher Smith’s question about the role of the U.S. government supporting access to safe abortion, contraception, and education on an international platform. She instantly defends the reproductive rights of women and family planning, stating:
“We are now an administration that will protect the rights of women including their rights to reproductive healthcare.”
Hillary also touches on the work she did as First Lady and the sorry state of reproductive health after the Bush administration. Read More
As expected, once Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for President, there was a barrage of sexist trolls waiting to make his or her two cents known. It is possible to have a critical discussion about Hillary Clinton without bringing her gender into it. Truly!
Funny or Die released a hilarious video mocking the idiotic comments that some people are making. Read More
BY Natasha Rodriguez
on Apr 13, 2015
Hillary Clinton finally announced her candidacy for president of the United States yesterday. While we can’t wait to hear all the policies and reforms she has planned, we’re also super psyched about the fact that we’ll be getting to see a lot more of her amazing pantsuit collection. Although Hillary rocks the pantsuit like no other, she’s not the first woman to have done so. Read More
Although Hillary Clinton has yet to announce her candidacy for president, early 2016 polls are indicating that the former Secretary of State has already built an impressive demographic coalition. How impressive? She has already surpassed the heights that President Barack Obama reached in 2008 and 2012.
Numbers show that Hillary has an incredible lead over her Republican opponents when it comes to young people between the ages 18-39. Check it out:
Clinton: 63/former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 30 (Clinton leads 53-41 overall among registered voters)
Clinton: 67/Texas Sen. Read More
on Apr 01, 2015
Consider this another sign of the impending apocolypse:
In a recent interview with Alaska radio station KFQD, former vice-presidential hopeful Sarah Palin reportedly stunned listeners by saying that she would be “proud to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate.” The quote came in response to a question about Palin’s future political goals.
“Frankly, I’ve never stopped eyeing the White House,” she explained. Read More