Tag Archives: NOW

NOW Denounces Newsweek

The National Organization of Women has come to the defense of Michele Bachmann. NOW, an organization that has received some criticism for its deafening silence when prominent conservative women like former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin are lampooned in the national press, has come out strongly against the depiction of Rep. Bachmann as the “Queen of Rage.” “Who has ever called ...

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Quote Of The Day – Sarah Palin

“I’m through whining about a liberal press that holds particularly conservative women to a different standard, because it doesn’t do any good to whine about it. Nobody ever promised life was going to be fair. And politics really isn’t fair, the scrutiny, the double standards, and all that. I’m dealing with it I guess in a different way than others ...

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Bruce Bastian Donates $100K To NEM

WordPerfect creator Bruce Bastian has donated $100,000 to the National Equality March, half of the event’s projected cost. The Washington Blade did some porta-potty algebra and says that if NEM organizers are abiding by Park Service guidelines, the number of loos being ordered means they expect just over 100,000 attendees. NEM founder Cleve Jones has declined to make any attendance ...

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Palin Pulls A Fast One With NOW

“I know Sarah Palin cares about women’s rights, she cares about equality, she cares about equal pay, and as Vice President she will fight for it. She cares about our children and she cares about women’s lives. She’s an athlete and she knows what Title Nine did for girls like her. It is an honor to call her sister. America, ...

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NOW Endorses Obama

The National Organization for Women, presumably a massive collective of Hillary supporters, has at last endorsed the Obama/Biden ticket. America’s largest women’s rights organisation delivered a snub to Sarah Palin’s history-making candidacy yesterday by endorsing Barack Obama and Joe Biden’s bid for power. The National Organisation for Women (NOW) is 500,000 strong and hugely influential. The feminist organisation almost never ...

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