President Obama celebrated “Equal Pay Day” on April 7. The next day, he attended a DNC fundraiser at the Houston home of Steve Mostyn, a fabulously wealthy trial lawyer who has donated millions to Democrats over the years, before leaving for another Democratic fundraiser at the home of multi-millionaire trial lawyer John Eddie Williams Jr. Democrats hoped to raise at least two millions dollars from the events.
New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan (D) celebrated “Equal Pay Day” on Tuesday:
It’s that time of year again. Democrats are promoting ”equal pay for women.” In honor of the occasion, here are a few special instances of liberals highlighting the struggles of working women:
Democrats have begun their annual push for “paycheck fairness” legislation, which is less about achieving an actual policy result than it is about teeing up an issue for Democrats to run on in the midterms.
However, if passed, this legislation would be a financial boon to some of the Democratic Party’s largest and most loyal donors—trial lawyers—by making it easier for employers to sue their employers for discrimination, facilitating the filing of large class-action lawsuits, and making it harder for employers to defend themselves in court.
My must read of the day is “Activists include immigration in ‘war on women’” in Politico.
Former Obama for America deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter appeared on a special web edition of “This Week” with George Stephanopoulus yesterday.
The White House’s Flickr account released this latest picture of President Barack Obama and his top advisers. This is just another reminder that females are underrepresented in Obama’s staff.
A poll released Thursday by Generation Opportunity revealed the depth of young women’s support for free-market policies.
With more than 20 million American unemployed or underemployed, and an economy growing at an abysmal 1.3 percent, Obama and the Democratic Party have sought to highlight the following critical issues.