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Taking Control

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From The New Yorker Will female voters flee the Republican Party over its attacks on reproductive rights? In Comment this week, Margaret Talbot writes about the problems with using birth control to attack President Obama: It’s tempting to say that the timing of these events—and the eighty new restrictions on abortion rights that were enacted […]

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War On Women

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About 430 contraceptive-related bills have surfaced in the last two months- but Democrats think they’re on the right side of this issue. MSNBC’s Richard Lui, Alex Wagner Michelle Bernard and Traci McMillan talk about the fight to protect women’s rights.

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2012 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition to Open with Carville & Rove Debate, Dan Pink is Closing General Session Speaker

From Fox Carolina Information contained on this page is provided by companies via press release distributed through PR Newswire, an independent third-party content provider. PR Newswire, WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. SOURCE American Society of Association Executives Jean Chatzky, Peter Diamandis, Hattie Hill, Fritzi Woods will lead Game Changer sessions WASHINGTON, March 7, […]

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Super Tuesday Reflections

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Published in The Hill, March 7, 2012 The voters spoke in 10 states, and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is likely to be the Republican nominee. However, he will not wrap up the race anytime soon. And he’s going to have a very difficult time winning over the skeptical voters he needs for victory in […]

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2012 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition to Open with Carville & Rove Debate, Dan Pink is Closing General Session Speaker

PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Jean Chatzky, Peter Diamandis, Hattie Hill, Fritzi Woods will lead Game Changer sessions More than 5,000 nonprofit and association professionals are expected to attend the 2012 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Dallas, August 11-14. With the 2012 election in November, ASAE wanted to provide members with political insight into the […]

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TV host Chris Matthews visits with Osher Institute members

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On Monday, Feb. 20, TV personality Chris Matthews, the host of MSNBC’s Hardball With Chris Matthews, visited the university’s Montgomery County Campus for a Q&A with Michelle Bernard, president of the Bernard Center for Women

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Michelle Bernard on Up With Chris Hayes

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This morning we covered last night’s Huckabee forum and Rick Santorum’s defense of his statement calling President Obama a snob for wanting everyone in America to go to college. We also analyzed the complicated Republican delegate count process, the missing middle from the political spectrum, and racially motivated voter suppression and redistricting.

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Where GOP Women Stand On The Political Race

From NPR As the candidates battle it out, there’s a key fact worth remembering: Fifty-three percent of those who cast votes in the last presidential election were women. Host Scott Simon talks with political analyst Michelle Bernard for her take on what right-leaning women are looking for in a presidential candidate.

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Will ‘Swing-State Singles’ Decide the Presidential Election?

From The Daily Circuit, Minnesota Public Radio If you are single and planning to vote in the upcoming presidential election, you may be one of the most influential and sought-after voters of 2012. We’re taking a look at “swing-state singles” and their influence. This year there are 100 million unmarried adults eligible to vote and […]

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