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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: orangeostrich829 | Category: Definition essay on marriage

War on Women is an expression in United States politics used to describe certain Republican Party policies and legislation as a wide-scale effort to restrict women's rights , especially reproductive rights. [1] [2] [3] [4] Prominent Democrats such as Nancy Pelosi [5] and Barbara Boxer , [6] as well as feminists , have used the phrase to criticize proponents of these laws as trying to force their social views on women through legislation. [7] [8] [9] [10] The expression has been used to describe Republican policies in areas such as access to reproductive health services, particularly birth control and abortion services; the prosecution of criminal violence against women ; the definition of rape for the purpose of the public funding of abortion; [11] [12] and workplace discrimination against women. [13] [14] [15] [16]

While used in other contexts, and prior to 2010, [17] [18] it became a common expression in American political discourse after the 2010 congressional elections. [19] [20] The term is often used to describe opposition to the contraceptive mandate in Obamacare and policies to defund women's health organizations that perform abortions, such as Planned Parenthood.

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    blackmeercat691 18 Jan 2017 03:18

    Time period?

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    orangepeacock698 17 Jan 2017 23:30

    A couple thoughts I m kicking around. The opposition will tell you to call the police who are well trained and well equipped to deal with an intruder/attacker. That is true so long as you can actually make the call and if they get there in time to help. Also, you ll be told that more people hurt themselves or family members with guns than criminals. But if you read the stories regarding that, you ll find that the mistakes made are generally careless ones that could have been prevented by applying common sense. People make mistakes with cars too, but they re not told to leave the driving to professionals. Another argument will be that the 2nd Amendment only applied to a ".well armed militia.". While it is true we currently don t have militias, that doesn t mean we don t or won t need them. The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina proved that quite effectively. The cops fled town to be with their families. The first responders were there to rescue the stranded. Those left behind had to fend for themselves against the looters. This is exactly why citizens need the right to assemble a well armed militia. And if our guns are taken away, all we can assemble is a roving band of angry people. Hope those helped. Good luck with your essay.

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    beautifulfish984 18 Jan 2017 05:26

    While used in other contexts, and prior to 2010, [17] [18] it became a common expression in American political discourse after the 2010 congressional elections. [19] [20] The term is often used to describe opposition to the contraceptive mandate in Obamacare and policies to defund women''''''''s health organizations that perform abortions, such as Planned Parenthood.

    The concept again gained attention in the 2016 U.S. presidential election , when Republican nominee Donald Trump drew notice for a history of inflammatory statements and actions toward women. [21] [22] [23] [24] [25]

    Weet jij ook niet meer wat je wel of niet kunt eten?
    De voedingspiramide laat je in één oogopslag zien wat je nodig hebt.
    Meer weten.

    As abortion resurfaces as a political issue in the upcoming U.S. presidential election, it is worthwhile to investigate the Jewish approach to the issue. The traditional Jewish view of abortion does not fit conveniently into any of the major camps in the current American abortion debate. We neither ban abortion completely, nor do we allow indiscriminate abortion on demand.

    A woman may feel that until the fetus is born, it is a part of her body, and therefore she retains the right to abort an unwanted pregnancy. Does Judaism recognize a right to choose abortion? In what situations does Jewish law sanction abortion?

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    あ〜やんε(。•︿•。)з肥満'sfam 18 Jan 2017 05:13

    While used in other contexts, and prior to 2010, [17] [18] it became a common expression in American political discourse after the 2010 congressional elections. [19] [20] The term is often used to describe opposition to the contraceptive mandate in Obamacare and policies to defund women''s health organizations that perform abortions, such as Planned Parenthood.

    The concept again gained attention in the 2016 U.S. presidential election , when Republican nominee Donald Trump drew notice for a history of inflammatory statements and actions toward women. [21] [22] [23] [24] [25]

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    purplewolf148 17 Jan 2017 22:23

    While used in other contexts, and prior to 2010, [17] [18] it became a common expression in American political discourse after the 2010 congressional elections. [19] [20] The term is often used to describe opposition to the contraceptive mandate in Obamacare and policies to defund women''''''''''''''''s health organizations that perform abortions, such as Planned Parenthood.

    The concept again gained attention in the 2016 U.S. presidential election , when Republican nominee Donald Trump drew notice for a history of inflammatory statements and actions toward women. [21] [22] [23] [24] [25]

    Weet jij ook niet meer wat je wel of niet kunt eten?
    De voedingspiramide laat je in één oogopslag zien wat je nodig hebt.
    Meer weten.

    As abortion resurfaces as a political issue in the upcoming U.S. presidential election, it is worthwhile to investigate the Jewish approach to the issue. The traditional Jewish view of abortion does not fit conveniently into any of the major camps in the current American abortion debate. We neither ban abortion completely, nor do we allow indiscriminate abortion on demand.

    A woman may feel that until the fetus is born, it is a part of her body, and therefore she retains the right to abort an unwanted pregnancy. Does Judaism recognize a right to choose abortion? In what situations does Jewish law sanction abortion?

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    greenleopard138 18 Jan 2017 05:40

    That s a really interesting topic. What did Nietzsche think about Jews? Why did Hitler s sister do that for him? What did Hitler really want? Try these sites: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hs=wJQ&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=nietzsche+hitler+nazi&spell=1 I hope you do well!

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    smallcat300 18 Jan 2017 03:56

    While used in other contexts, and prior to 2010, [17] [18] it became a common expression in American political discourse after the 2010 congressional elections. [19] [20] The term is often used to describe opposition to the contraceptive mandate in Obamacare and policies to defund women''''s health organizations that perform abortions, such as Planned Parenthood.

    The concept again gained attention in the 2016 U.S. presidential election , when Republican nominee Donald Trump drew notice for a history of inflammatory statements and actions toward women. [21] [22] [23] [24] [25]

    Weet jij ook niet meer wat je wel of niet kunt eten?
    De voedingspiramide laat je in één oogopslag zien wat je nodig hebt.
    Meer weten.