Chants of "women's rights, human rights!" and "Our bodies belong to us, not you!" echoed off the walls of the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus Apr. 28, as hundreds rallied.
While the GOP was opposing the Violence Against Women Act, Florida's governor slashed $1.5 million for 30 rape crisis centers.
"The dominoes continue to fall," said James Ploeser, Pennsylvania's state organizing director for the Progressive Change Committee.
A vicious backhand to undocumented people, Arizona's SB1070 is a law that allows local police to detain and arrest anyone.
"Voters are certainly going to keep this in mind when they vote this spring in the recall elections," said Phil Neuenfeldt.
The national media missed the exciting shot heard in every corporate boardroom in America fired by Western Pennsylvania working families.
"The fight for Social Security and Medicare is part of a larger fight for justice and fairness."
The inevitability of Mitt Romney's seizure of the Republican nomination has been central to the often comic and sometimes tragic drama of the GOP's identity crisis.
Republicans blocked action on the "Paying a Fair Share Act" that would have required the rich to pay at the same tax rate as most of the middle and working class.
Thousands are taking to the streets to kick off a nationwide campaign to stop corporations and the super wealthy from gaming the tax system at the expense of the vast majority.