Stories by Peggy Simpson

Peggy Simpson worked 17 years for the Associated Press, in Texas and Washington, D.C.; covered economics and politics for the Hearst Newspapers, served as Washington bureau chief for Ms. magazine and reported on Eastern Europe's transition from communism to a Democratic market economy, as a freelancer during the 1990s. She has taught at Indiana University, George Washington University and at the American Studies Center at Warsaw University. She currently is a freelance writer in Washington. subscribe to Peggy Simpson's feed

Posted on: Feb 19, 2009, Source: Women's Media Center

Mainstream feminist membership groups and bloggers rarely talk -- they should start.

Posted on: Jan 7, 2009, Source: Women's Media Center

As the future administration takes shape in Washington, women come to the table with impressive credentials.

Posted on: Oct 16, 2008, Source: DELETED

McCain showed in Wednesday's debate that he doesn't value women and will gladly belittle anyone who does.

Posted on: Sep 23, 2008, Source: DELETED

Tracking the women's vote in this historic presidential election is proving to be tricky.

Posted on: Feb 6, 2008, Source: Women's Media Center

Wonkish Clinton may never match Obama's soaring rhetoric about hope, but the media should not underestimate the strength of her campaign.

Posted on: Jan 4, 2008, Source: Women's Media Center

Iowa's caucus results prove that being mainstream and raising big bucks won't necessarily get you votes.

Posted on: Sep 7, 2007, Source: Women's Media Center

Have Rove's attacks on Hillary helped boost her ratings?

Posted on: Jun 1, 2007, Source: Women's Media Center

The Supreme Court's latest ruling is a dangerous setback to civil rights. With any hope, Congress will correct it.