Women contribute to the struggle against ISIS. The correlation between the decline in marriages among young adults and their financial status. We speak to the woman running to become the first Democratic Governor of Texas in 20 years.Watch Video
NFL handling domestic violence, Hillary Clinton on women voting, and an historic picture of three female freed slaves.Watch Video
The league's handling of the Ray Rice case is questioned as survivors share personal stories. The terrorist group both recruits and enslaves women. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand talks about how to empower women in her new book, "Off the Sidelines."Watch Video
"Security Moms" & ISIS: Women contribute to the struggle against ISIS. Money & Marriage: The correlation between the decline ...
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been advocating the benefit of early screening for cancer. A survivor herself, she spoke ...
On Monday, invalid human Laura Ingraham indicated that she believed the White House's current security issues are due to the fact that Secret Service Director Julia Pierson was hired for being a woman and not for being a qualified human. But Pierson's gender identity is prompting even sometimes more levelheaded people to consider the same line of thought. Unfortunately, everyone involved is ignoring the deep-seated issues in the Secret Service that existed long before Pierson's leadership of it.
Morning Joe and Laura Ingraham have found something to agree on. Close the borders! No, actually it’s the suspicion that Secret Service Director Julia Pierson was hired out not for her qualifications but out of a need to “rebrand” the Secret Service following a high-profile incident with prostitutes, aka a desire for political cover via gender diversity.
Take Monday's edition of the Alex Trebek-hosted game show, whose category "What Women Want" has touched off a social media firestorm. "What Women Want" isn't a bad idea for a category, actually, but the "answers" proved incendiary when they indicated ladies largely desire jeans, exercise and vacuum cleaners.
Research articles on the topic of the dearth of women in science date back to at least 1970. Nevertheless, little has changed and many studies show that women are still underrepresented in academia’s tenured ranks.
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss women both fighting ISIS and others supporting the terrorists, the relationship between falling marriage rates and money, and Wendy Davis as candidate for Governor of Texas.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Former Judge and Prosecutor Debra Carnahan, Advisor, Center for American Progress Danielle Moodie-Mills, The Heritage Foundation’s Jennifer Marshall, and Republican Strategist Rina Shah
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the NFL, women CEOs and domestic violence, Hillary Clinton’s call for a new women’s movement, and a powerful photograph of freed female slave after Reconstruction.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton; Daily Signal Senior Contributor Genevieve Wood; Pres., Incite Unlimited, Avis Jones-DeWeever; and Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum, Patrice Lee.
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To The Contrary Host: Bonnie Erbé
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