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Wanted: An Honest Discussion About the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

February 15, 2012
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VAWA

Townhall

by

Charlotte Hays

A noble band of Republicans legislators on Capitol Hill is doing something almost unheard of in the annals of courage: not jumping through hoops to placate the nation’s feminist minority.

For the first time in recorded history, the Violence Against Women Act, which is at its core an ideologically-driven boondoggle that helps finance (among other things) the salaries of feminist activists in the domestic violence field, is facing a spot of turbulence as it comes up for reauthorization.

Although Republican Senator Mike Crapo from Idaho joined Senator Patrick Leahy, the Vermont liberal, to bring forward a bill to reauthorize VAWA, the response from his fellow Republicans has been less than enthusiastic. VAWA, first introduced in 1994 by then-Senator Joe Biden, has been renewed in the past by unanimous voice votes. It has a built-in advantage: its name. “You don’t favor violence against women, do you, Senator?”

But this year Republicans, previously feminist-pecked, are taking a harder than usual look at VAWA. Senator Charles Grassley, ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee, has had the audacity to offer a counterpoint bill that, while not perfect, would introduce more stringent accounting policies and altogether eliminate the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women. Headed by Susan Carbon, this office administers VAWA, doling out grants nationwide for shelters, often staffed by feminist ideologues, and law enforcement training, often grounded in feminist theory…CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE

TELL YOU LEGISLATORS “NO” TO SEN. LEAHY’S VAWA REAUTHORIZATION BILL

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One Response to Wanted: An Honest Discussion About the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

  1. LFM on February 16, 2012 at 12:42 AM

    When Republican Lawyers are raping the women whose children they have stolen at knifepoint….something's gotta give….

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