The Real War on Women

The fabrication of an organized domestic war on women slights women across the globe who daily confront a real war against liberty, freedom, security, and justice. These women confront more than rhetoric, but real oppression. Their stories deserve to be told and their causes championed. The Real War on Rhetoric Project attempts to give voice to their causes to claim equal access to freedom and rights.

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Delingpole: The “War on Women” Is a “Leftist Construct”
July 14 2014
Charlotte Hays

The U.K. writer and blogger also has nice things to say about the IWF-IWV panel at FreedomFest.

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Washington Examiner: The Republican plan to change the 'war on women' narrative needs work
July 13 2014
The Washington Examiner

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The Washington Examiner: The Republican plan to change the 'war on women' narrative needs work
July 13 2014
The Washington Examiner

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COMING THIS SEPTEMBER: Lean Together: An Agenda for Smarter Government, Stronger Communities, And More Opportunity for Women
July 7 2014
Victoria Coley

Lean Together is 12 chapters, all written by female authors. It presents a better vision for America: smaller government, stronger communities, a vibrant economy, and more opportunity for women and men alike. 

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Carly Fiorina on the "War on Women"
July 7 2014
Charlotte Hays

It was summed up for a fortune cookie: “‘Strong and bitter words indicate a weak cause.”

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What Monica Lewinsky Understands About Feminism That Others Don't
May 29 2014
Sabrina Schaeffer
The Federalist

What happened to women's agency? Feminists today act as if women don't have choices and too often fashion women as objects rather than agents. 

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Minimum wage hike will backfire on those intended to help • NewsmaxTV Steve Malzberg Show
May 27 2014
Sabrina Schaeffer

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Newsday: Gillibrand boosts profile raising money from women, for women
May 25 2014
Newsday

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Test Your Knowledge: A Guide to the "War on Women"
May 20 2014
Victoria Coley

You've probably heard the phrase, "The Republican War on Women."  What's the basis of the claim? Test your knowledge with Independent Women's Forum's A Guide to the War on Women. 

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The Capitol Hill Sisterhood: Emoting for the Nigerian Girls
May 14 2014
Charlotte Hays

Sisters, the abducted girls don't need more “voices.” They need a rescue.

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Boko Haram: Hillary's Bad Choices
May 9 2014
Charlotte Hays
Townhall.com

So much for Mrs. Clinton’s empowering women and girls globally.

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Real War on Women: Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the Nigerian Abductions
May 9 2014
Charlotte Hays

We should resist the temptation to view these kidnappings as isolated tragedies.

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Engage, Disrupt, Win: How Republicans Can 'Finally' Win Women Voters
April 29 2014
Sabrina Schaeffer
Forbes

We know that when people receive a competing argument, it’s disrupting. Voters hearing new information begin to question their previous understanding of these issues, and are more likely to seek out more, new information. 

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Disgrace: Iran Appointed to the U.N.'s Commission on the Status of Women
April 25 2014
Charlotte Hays

Iran is a repressive regime  notorious for the oppression of  all its people but especially of women.

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A Second Look at the Terri Lynn Land Ad
April 24 2014
Charlotte Hays

Mona Charen has a hard-hitting blog at "The Corner" criticizing the Land approach.

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Bad Day for the "War on Women:" Meet Terri Lynn Land
April 22 2014
Charlotte Hays

For the second time today, a woman with political aspirations has been noticed for making a pitch-perfect response to the phony "war on women" rhetoric.

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Colonel Martha McSally on the "War on Women"
April 22 2014
Charlotte Hays

"You want to talk about a war on women? Walk in my shoes down the streets of Kabul….”

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Michael Medved's Counterintuitive Take on the "War on Women"
April 18 2014
Charlotte Hays

Author and radio host Michael Medved thinks that the phony “war on women” rhetoric didn't help President Obama in 2012. My take on Medved: Denial is dangerous.

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Finally! A Liberal Woman Stands Up for Ayaan Hirsi Ali
April 17 2014
Charlotte Hays

Don't miss Kirsten Powers' powerful column in USA Today.

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Unmarried Women: Economic issues will drive women to the polls • Happening Now
April 16 2014
Sabrina Schaeffer

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The New Normal: More Women on Food Stamps than Working Full Time
April 15 2014
Charlotte Hays

If you want to know who’s waging a “war on women,” it’s whoever created this sorry economic situation.

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Who's NOT Speaking Up for Ayan Hirsi Ali?
April 11 2014
Abby Schachter

It's a long list of name-brand feminists.

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali and the Closing of the Liberal Mind
April 11 2014
Charlotte Hays

What could have been a proud moment for a great university turned into disgrace.

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Radical Notion Proposed at Panel: Marriage Is Beneficial for Women and Children
April 1 2014
Charlotte Hays

In other April Fool's Day news, the Washington Post's Dana Milbank does a biased and crummy job of covering a panel that featured some of our favorite women.

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President Ignores the Plight of Women in Talks with the Saudis
March 31 2014
Carrie L. Lukas

There is a war on women—it's just doesn't take place in the United States, in spite of all the political hype.

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