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White House gets rid of FOIA regs, raising transparency questions

The White House is stripping a federal regulation that made a particular office subject to reporters’ records requests. The rule change means the Freedom of Information Act will no longer apply to the White House Office of Administration. 214 more words

In The News

Building Citizens In The Childminding Room

Last week I attended a Shift presentation at city hall, hosted in partnership with Women In Politics, to learn more about London’s rapid transit plans and to talk about the experiences of women using public transit. 1,049 more words

Women in politics: reflections on the referendum and beyond

“What difference did the Scottish referendum on independence make to women’s participation in political life in Scotland? What does the future hold? What barriers are there to women’s participation in public civic and political life and how can we overcome them?” 43 more words

Education

House Dem: Global Warming Could Force Women to Trade Sex for Food

Okay folks, this is what happens when liberals procreate.  It’s the end of civilization and intelligent thinking, as we know it. 258 more words

In The News

Hillary Clinton

March is Women’s History Month and all month long, Natural Zero is looking at great women in history, women who have shaped history in one way or another. 484 more words

Where are all the women?

Things at Westminster are not equal, The House of Commons is made up of 502 men and 148 women. With 51% of the population being female, making them a diverse majority, 77% of Parliament is male. 717 more words

Opinion

America, It's Time To Pass The ERA

By Kelila Krantz, Lily Greenberg Call, and Mara Cook

According to a poll in 2001 by the ERA Campaign Network of Princeton, 72% of people believe that the Equal Rights Amendment has already been passed. 889 more words

Feminism