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President Barack Obama’s 2013 inaugural address (full speech transcript, video) | A Matter of Scale

President Barack Obama’s 2013 inaugural address (full speech transcript, video) | A Matter of Scale.

At the Edge-Dr. Anthea Butler: Religion, Politics, Gender 09/10 10 AM EST

At the Edge-Dr. Anthea Butler: Religion, Politics, Gender 09/10 by At the Edge An Afrofuturist Salon | Blog Talk Radio.

Don’t forget to catch our show tomorrow morning for a special interview with Dr. Anthea Butler who will be talking about religion, politics, and gender–as well as the 2012 National elections.  This will be a great show, so don’t miss it!

There IS a War on Women

Check it out, sisters and brothers, and don’t tune out what’s been thrown in our faces. Too much is at stake.

A Matter of Scale

Many have said the war on women doesn’t exist, that it’s a ploy by the left to demonize Republicans. But what have we seen since they took over the house and stormed state legislatures across the country in 2010?

We’ve seen no comprehensive jobs bills, no bills drafted to try to stabilize the economy or rein in the criminal excesses of Wall Street and the banking worlds; we’ve witnessed continued, unrelenting obstructionism…

And we’ve seen the passage of an unprecedented number of bills meant to limit women’s access to health care and abortion services, which, may I remind you, remains legal in the United States of America. By the end of 2011, 135 pieces of legislation had been passed out of 1100 introduced, and in 2012 alone over 30 new provisions or measures have already been enacted out of 944 bills introduced.

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