Feminists, Lunacy, And The Southern Belle
By Gail Jarvis Thursday, August 27, 2015
The recent malicious denigration of Southern sorority girls by radical feminists might appear to have only regional connotations, but it actually has nationwide implications. Excerpts from two journalistic assaults on these young women will illustrate how ridiculous radical feminism has become. The feminist writers of these articles call these young girls “Southern belles.” They use the term in a derogatory sense because it implies femininity and charm; gender attributes that feminists maintain are a form of social control, i.e., gender roles prevent women from achieving equality with men.
Gender activists fault these young college girls for making themselves attractive and going on dates rather than railing against the campus rape culture. Instead of dating, feminists insist that young women should be promoting women’s issues and crusading for diversity and inclusion. By behaving as young females often do, these girls have incurred the wrath of feminists do-gooders.
The Invaders: A Parable
By Lloyd Marcus Thursday, August 27, 2015
Pulling into our driveway after a relaxing month-long cruise, my wife Mary yelled, “What the…?” Mexican flags, old cars, discarded beer cans, and trash were all over our property.
Immigration: The Refugee Scam
By Selwyn Duke Thursday, August 27, 2015
Jeb Bush has called illegal migration “an act of love.” And all over the West we see nations being loved to death, with endless human waves from Third World countries washing ashore. The results were predictable and are now plain: balkanization, riots, ethnic and racial strife and no-go areas in European lands. Yet we’re told that accepting what are “refugees” is a humanitarian imperative. Yet no one, it seems, points out an obvious fact, something that really is the crux of the matter.
Little Rhody Beats Up Big Labor
By Arthur Christopher Schaper Thursday, August 27, 2015
Public sector unions have been taking it on the chin the last four years. Right-to-work legislation expanded business and prosperity in Indiana. Wisconsin’s Scott Walker diminished their funding streams and statehouse collusion though his popular yet controversial Act 10 collective bargaining reforms.
Obama administration policy on Jews: Divide and conquer
By Diane Weber Bederman Thursday, August 27, 2015
The Iran Deal has revealed many divisions in the body politic. According to Haaretz, a left-wing Israeli media outlet, only one in 10 Israelis supports the deal while 50 percent of American Jews support it. Rarely is there such disparity between the two Jewish communities. Sadly, the Iran Deal has opened wounds within the America Jewish community. There is a divisiveness that is harmful to the American Jewish community and to Israel.
Dear Corporate America
By Daniel Greenfield Thursday, August 27, 2015
Dear Corporate America,
I haven’t written to you in a while. At least not since my television broke down, my toaster developed a taste for human flesh and my phone company ran away with my phone number to Mexico.
Rachel Maddow says we’re both on the right and are really close together. But then again Rachel Maddow also says the Republican Party drinks the blood of small children. So she can be a little factually challenged on occasion.
Welcome to the Hotel California: Veterans versus VA-mpires
By Joanna Rosamond Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Welcome to 388-acre West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs (WLAVA) property.
Greater is ‘He that is in me’ America
By Dr. Laurie Roth Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Sometimes the most stunning tree drawing all attention from the curious watchers is the twisted, blown and bruised tree facing the harsh wind and storms on the edge of a cliff.
Trump boots Univision anchor from presser - ‘he was ranting and raving like a madman’
By Robert Laurie Wednesday, August 26, 2015
“You haven’t been called…go back to Univision.”
That was the message from Donald Trump shortly before Univision anchor Jorge Ramos was booted from a Trump presser yesterday. Ramos hadn’t been called on, but was determined to ask his questions regardless. To that end, he decided to talk over the reporter who’d been given the nod. After a few seconds of back-and-forth security escorted Ramos from the room.
Oops! State Dept. released Hillary e-mails with classified info from three different agencies
By Dan Calabrese Wednesday, August 26, 2015
I’ve never had a very high regard for the State Department, mostly due to its tendency - regardless of who is president - to treat every issue that comes up as merely an imperative to spew diplomatic platitudes and do little else. It never occurred to me that the State Department was bereft with complete incompetence at every turn, but upon further reflection it explains a lot.
And that certainly appears to be the case, as evidence by the clumsy joint effort of the John Kerry-led State Department and the Hillary for President campaign to cover up Hillary’s obvious use of her private e-mail server to illegally trade in classified material. The latest stumble sees State publicly releasing information that was and still is classified, and that State had no authority to de-classify and release because, according to Obama’s own rules via executive order, nothing can be de-classified by anyone except the agency that classified it in the first place.
Anchor babies/Human shields
By Sarge Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Well, here we are. I warned you it was coming soon. The cannibals in the Republican Party are attacking each other.
Guess who had yet another secret, personal, email account. Nope, it’s not Hillary - it’s Lois Lerner
By Robert Laurie Tuesday, August 25, 2015
To date, we’ve been aware of two email accounts used by disgraced IRS official Lois Lerner. The first was her official government account and the second was a personal home account. Both have produced materials salient to the ongoing investigation into the IRS targeting of conservative groups….And they’re about to be joined by yet another address.
New Planned Parenthood video: Stem Express CEO needs another 50 livers a week
By Dan Calabrese Tuesday, August 25, 2015
This one doesn’t have quite the smoking gun as some of the others. There isn’t even anyone from Planned Parenthood in the video. But what we do see in this interview with StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer is an unmistakable attitude, and if you have a heart at all it should trouble you.
Dem. Senator & Hillary supporter:There’s no policy difference between Hillary and Bernie Sanders
By Robert Laurie Monday, August 24, 2015
You’ll probably recall that, about a month ago, Chris Matthews managed to completely stump Debbie Wasserman Schultz with one simple question. “What’s the difference between a Democrat and a Socialist?”
WSJ: Biden leaning toward jumping in
By Dan Calabrese Monday, August 24, 2015
Do you think Joe Biden really wants to run for president? I have my doubts. At this point in his life, at 72 years old and having shown no inclination to wage a campaign up to this point, what would be the rationale for suddenly getting in? I know he’s run for president twice before so I’m not saying there couldn’t be a hankering still in there. But Biden knows you don’t wage a successful campaign by starting 14 months before Election Day. If it was really in his heart to seek the presidency because he just really wanted to be president, he would already be in the race.