Women’s Rights Restored As ISIS Kicked Out Of City

From BBC: “I feel joy and [it is like a] dream I am dreaming. I cannot believe it, I cannot believe it. Things I saw no one saw,” a woman said screaming and fainting, according to Reuters. Another woman thanked the fighters that had set them free: “You are our children, you are our heroes, you are the blood of our hearts, you are our eyes. Go out, Daesh [Arabic…

August 16, 2016
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Making Women Equal

From New Hampshire Union-Leader: Senate Bill 116 (which has cleared the Senate and moves on to the House) would allow all legal gun owners to carry concealed without first applying for permission. This fully baked idea (it is the longstanding policy of Vermont, hardly a den of gun violence) would grant women an extra degree of protection against both abusers and street criminals. The question for opponents should be: Why…

February 24, 2015
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Women Defending Themselves Is “Strange”?

From Townhall.com: Late last night, Independent Women’s Forum [IWF] Senior Fellow Anna Rittgets released the following statement about how banning high capacity ammunition magazines leaves women and their families more vulnerable. Victoria Coley, IWF’s communications director, sent the statement to Glamour Magazine Editor Lauren Lannotti who responded, “Please unsubscribe me to your strange, sensationalizing polemics. Thank you.”

November 25, 2013
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Number of Women Hunters Increasing

From National Geographic: The total number of women hunters surged by 25 percent between 2006 and 2011, after holding steady for a decade, according to Census Bureau statistics. At last count, 11 percent of all U.S. hunters were women, compared to 9 percent in 2006.

November 4, 2013
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