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Marine General: Standards Are Going to Be Lowered

2016-01-10 I wrote in December about how the Marines are actively pushing back against the political forces that are trying to get them to lower their standards. But they weren't yet (as far as I know) speaking out against it. Now, that seems to have changed. According to CNS News: "General Warns: Military Will Face 'Great Pressure' to Lower Standards for Women in Combat to Please ‘Agenda-Driven’ in D.C." Marine Gen. John Kelly, commander of the U.S. Southern Command, said at a Pentagon press briefing Read more [...] Continue reading →

Free Tampons Are a Matter of Justice

playtex tampons To understand how stupid we are getting (especially in California), consider this state legislator's tweet: This is a step to fix this gender injustice.Hopefully one day these items will be free #NoTaxOnTampons #TamponsForAll #TamponTax #Luxury — Cristina Garcia (@AsmGarcia) January 4, 2016 Let's deal with the tax-free part first. Despite the odious rhetoric of "justice" and "equality" and the gender politics, there is no way I'm going to oppose a sales tax reduction or exemption. Newser.com Read more [...] Continue reading →

You Can't Say Anything about Women that Doesn't Apply to "Trans Women"

cake TRANSGENDER On Point with Tom Ashbrook is NPR's answer to the Rush Limbaugh Show. One hour today seemed like it might be interesting. Medication and Female Moods Are American women being prescribed psychiatric drugs – anti-depressants, anti-psychotics — for normal emotions? We’ll hear out one psychiatrist’s bold claim. I thought this was interesting because I've heard similar arguments about children and the medications to treat ADD and ADHD. This especially affects boys. But a friend posted about Read more [...] Continue reading →

"Rape Culture" Hysteria Leads to University Lynching Spree

no more rape culture Alleged "rape culture" on college campuses is massively overblown. But those who express doubts about it are treated as rapists themselves. This leads to nothing good. For example, consider this Washington Examiner headline: "Students cleared of gang-rape accusation sue university that expelled them anyway." Four male students accused of sexually assaulting a female William Paterson University student are suing the school over their expulsions. The four students, along with a fifth who has not Read more [...] Continue reading →

Marines Fight Back against America's Enemy: the PC Command

women marines People often dismiss the military as a place where people don't think for themselves, but blindly shut up and follow orders. The Marines are showing that isn't true--at least not for them. The Obama Administration wishes it were true. The Washington Times reports, "Marine Corps study finds few women in combat in other nations’ militaries." The most important aspect of this story is not what the Marines found, but the fact that instead of accepting Feminist dogma, they bothered to investigate Read more [...] Continue reading →

Hillary Laughs as Questioner Discusses Strangling Fiorina

HillaryClinton What's good for the gander should be good for the goose. Remember when an audience member-slash-Democrat-plant at a Trump rally called President Obama a Muslim, and The Donald had to put up with a round of media criticism for not correcting the (alleged) error? The questioner described Muslims in the United States as a "problem" and asked "When can we get rid of them?" Suddenly, Trump was an anti-Muslim zealot and "wingnut" because he didn't take some random guy to task and instead gave Read more [...] Continue reading →

Planned Parenthood Thinks Very Highly of Itself

planned parenthood Right at the start, there are two things wrong with this situation.  I am sure there are more, but we will just consider the two for the sake of time. First, there is this statement as written by Kevin McGill for ap.org: "Planned Parenthood had challenged the state's right to end the funding for cancer screenings, gynecology exams and other health services." Mr. McGill wrote a fine sentence, it is the content of it that is the problem.  Why does Planned Parenthood get to challenge the state's Read more [...] Continue reading →

"Reverence for Life"? Abortion in the Name of Love?

Washington, UNITED STATES:  Pro-choice demonstrators wave signs in front of the US Supreme Court 30 November 2005, in Washington,DC.The US Supreme Court prepared to take up an abortion case for the first time in five years on 30 November, in a test of new chief justice John Roberts on a hotly contested issue.The high court's landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision legalized abortion nationwide, while individual states have put in place their own restrictions.The court will hear arguments on a 2003 New Hampshire law requiring minors tell at least one of their parents 48 hours before having an abortion. The only exception is if the girl's life is threatened. Opponents of the law say that exception is not enough. They want girls to be able to obtain an abortion immediately without prior parental permission in cases of medical emergency. Minors seeking abortions must inform their parents in about 30 US states, and in some must seek parental permission. AFP PHOTO/KAREN BLEIER  (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images) For Rev. Laura Young, executive director of the Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, apparently killing babies is a blessed event. When talking about her stance on abortion, Young said, "There is a reverence for life that happens in this clinic.  And the decision to get an abortion is often a really, really, spiritual decision. Even if someone personally wouldn’t get an abortion, they should at least understand this.” In the name of tolerance and loving your neighbor, Rev. Read more [...] Continue reading →

Woman Banned from Speaking at Discussion of Free Speech

censored gagged Title of the Event: "From Liberation to Censorship: Does Modern Feminism Have a Problem with Free Speech?" While this happened on the other side of the Atlantic, we have already seen enough craziness on American campuses (like Oberlin, for example) to know that this could easily happen here and probably has happened. The headline at Reason.com spells out the irony: "British Students Ban Feminist Writer Julie Bindel From Panel on Feminism's Free Speech Problem." The Manchester Students' Union Read more [...] Continue reading →

Our Government Wants to be the Only Alpha Male in Society

courage Chris Mintz was an alpha male in a culture of government-approved and government-made betas. The Federalist reports on some new information describing the bravery of real life action hero Chris Mintz: “Chris Mintz Defies The Age Of The Beta Male.” Among the survivors of the mass shooting at an Oregon community college last week is one man whose heroic actions have gained national attention. Chris Mintz, a 30-year-old former Army infantryman, was shot five times while attempting to protect Read more [...] Continue reading →

The Pentagon v. People Magazine on Female Army Rangers

ranger logo People Magazine claims women were helped through their training and tests; the Pentagon says that is fiction. We’ve written about the army rangers and women before on this blog, and I suspect we will be doing so again. People Magazine has claimed, “Was It Fixed? Army General Told Subordinates: 'A Woman Will Graduate Ranger School,' Sources Say.” Way back in January, long before the first women attended the Army's elite Ranger School – one of the most grueling military courses in the Read more [...] Continue reading →

On Hillary Clinton and Sexual Assault Allegations

boy bill clinton Clinton declares that we are all obligated to believe sexual assault allegations since rape victims have a right to be believed. The Washington Free Beacon covers the story by pointing out Hillary Clinton’s breathtaking hypocrisy under the headline, “In Shift, Hillary Clinton Says Rape Victims Have Right to Be Believed.” The story says these comments “appear to be a reversal.” A reversal of what? A reversal of the way she treated all the women who complained about sexual harassment Read more [...] Continue reading →