Missing in India: 63 million women

More than 11 million of these, owing to sex-selective abortion. Could be as high as 16.9 million. By Jonathan Abbamonte Millions of women have gone missing from India’s population due to persistent, deep-seated male bias and extreme son preference. According to a recent report from the Government of India, a staggering 63 million women are …

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Clinton unable to motivate females in either party, Gallup Poll reveals

By Dave Andrusko Paul Bedard of the Washington Examiner perfectly summarized the amazing results of a new Gallup Poll in his opening two paragraphs: Women are increasingly turning their noses up at the 2016 election, including Democratic women despite the likelihood that their party’s nominee will be one of them, according to a new Gallup …

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“Gender gap” works both ways and overall benefits Romney

By Dave Andrusko I’d meant to write about this yesterday, but time got away from me. Gallup has confirmed what we’ve written about many times at NRL News Today: the “gender gap” is working to the advantage of pro-life Mitt Romney. That is counter-intuitive if we think the way the term formerly was meant: exclusively …

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Four for the Price of One

By Dave Andrusko Each Friday we end the week with an article that briefly covers several items. Today, four for the price of one. #1. Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus reassures her readers that all the suggestive hints coming from President Obama that he will be unleashed if he wins a second term is a …

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