Arkansas’s War on Women

Arkansas’s War on Women

Until sanity reasserted itself, Anne Bynum was going to prison for six years for giving birth to a stillborn child and concealing the birth from her mother for approximately eight hours.  She did, however, alert her attorneys (who were representing her in attempting...
Join us for Women Are Running Photo-Op

Join us for Women Are Running Photo-Op

The right to vote is not enough: 100 years after earning the right to vote, more women than ever are running for office. WEAR WHITE and meet us at noon, November 6, for a group photo to show Arkansas the power of progressive Arkansas women as candidates, volunteers,...
Talking Truth About Abortion: Part Two

Talking Truth About Abortion: Part Two

Infringing on My Religious Freedom Most anti-abortion activists cite the Bible as the authority for their position.  To be more precise, they cite the New Testament.  They are either fundamentalist Christians or Catholics, who somehow feel justified in advocating laws...
Talking Truth About Abortion: Part One

Talking Truth About Abortion: Part One

Anti-Abortion Myths Did you know that currently there are 281 individual children and 64 sibling groups (2 or more children) awaiting adoption in Arkansas? These figures do not include newborns. So naturally, when I read these numbers and saw the photos of the...
Arkansas Scholarship Lottery: A Cruel Joke

Arkansas Scholarship Lottery: A Cruel Joke

Calling the Arkansas lottery a “scholarship lottery” is laughable.  Only 19 percent of its total revenue funds scholarships—$98 million out of $515 million in sales—making it second only to Wyoming in the lowest percentage awarded to students of all the state...
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