The American Conservative has been running a piece about how the president’s War On Women is turning women into pawns.
Trump has made it clear he will take revenge on women for his “slut-shaming” comments.
He’s already ordered a slew of attacks on the media and their reporting on the women’s issues.
He has vowed to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood.
And the new administration is already working on a sweeping anti-women bill.
Now the American Conservative is going to go on the offensive, as we’ll explain.
First, the bad news.
The White House has been trying to downplay the extent of the war on women, which it claims is not as severe as the Trump administration claimed.
On Thursday, the president announced a plan to roll back the Equal Pay Act and other protections for women in the workplace.
“The Equal Pay Reconciliation Act of 2013 is a critical step forward to ensuring that women are not subject to unfair pay disparities,” the White House said in a statement.
“The legislation protects women from unfair and deceptive pay practices, and it protects women’s access to employment and education.”
“Women’s work is valued and valued again,” the statement continued.
“And this legislation will help to ensure that women have a chance to earn what they deserve and have a fair shot at making it to the top of the career ladder.”
But it’s a lie.
The Equal Access Reconciliations Act passed in 1993 with bipartisan support and included protections for all women who want to pursue careers in the private sector.
A few years later, the Equal Opportunity Reconciliaion Act of 1994, also passed with bipartisan backing, included additional protections for workers in the public sector.
The new legislation included protections that women in many industries were already able to have under current law.
Women’s rights groups were happy to see these protections in the new legislation.
They were also disappointed that Trump would try to roll them back, since they would have meant that women would be able to sue their employers over the lack of protections they’d already been able to obtain.
It turns out that the Equal Access and Equal Opportunity legislation were both signed into law.
The Equal Pay and Equal Pay Legislation of 1993 (or HR 607) was a law passed in the wake of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s ruling in 1978 that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibits sex discrimination in the hiring and promotion of employees.
It was passed by Congress with bipartisan majorities, with bipartisan votes in both the House and Senate.
According to the Congressional Research Service, it is the only law in the country to have been signed into effect before 1978.
It prohibits sex-based discrimination in hiring, promotions, and discharge of public employees and provides that any such discrimination must be based on sex.
The legislation also prohibits sex based retaliation against women.
HR 607 passed with a majority of the votes in Congress.
It became law on January 1, 1995.
But the Equal and Equal Access legislation wasn’t just about women.
The law also includes protections for other groups.
It protects those who are disabled, the disabled with mental illness, the homeless, and the mentally ill.
It also prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, and genetic information.
So the Equal Act is not just about discrimination against women, it’s also about protecting other groups from discrimination.
However, the fact that Trump is attacking the law is not good enough.
The fact that the Trump Administration is working on this law is bad enough.
But the problem is not limited to the war against women as a whole.
The Trump administration has been working on other anti-woman policies.
For example, the administration has made attacks on women’s reproductive rights and access to contraception one of its top priorities.
Trump signed an executive order on April 29, 2018, that included a provision that would allow employers to deny or limit access to abortion services.
This order has already been challenged in court by a number of abortion providers, including Planned Parenthood, and is still pending before the Supreme Court.
An additional order signed on April 30, 2018 allows states to ban abortion if the life of the fetus would be endangered.
In the same month, Trump signed an order that extended the federal government’s authority to ban discrimination on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Then on May 3, 2018 the Trump executive order prohibiting federal funds from going to any state that has legalized same-sex marriage was blocked by the courts.
During the presidential campaign, Trump repeatedly vowed to go after the rights of undocumented immigrants, as well as those who work legally in the U.S. illegally.
He said he would deport undocumented immigrants who had overstayed their visas and would deport the parents of illegal immigrants.
There are several things that have been going on in the Trump era that have made the war to keep women in line a top