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Left wing activist calls low white birth rate a "good thing"
Council of conservative Citizens ^ | 12th Dec, 2012 | Dr Sam Francis

Posted on 12/16/2012 1:15:28 PM PST by yank in the UK

More left-wing hypocrisy. Emily Bazelon is a Jewish activist involved with AIPAC and other Jewish causes. Yet she says a low birth rates for white people are a “good thing” and that whites should be discriminated against by colleges.

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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Miscellaneous; Unclassified
KEYWORDS: discrimination; liberal; racism; racist
More proof of genuine racism from the progressive liberati
1 posted on 12/16/2012 1:15:40 PM PST by yank in the UK
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To: yank in the UK

Let’s see her walk down any Martin Luther King Blvd after 11pm on a Saturday night....


2 posted on 12/16/2012 1:19:15 PM PST by Dallas59 (President Robert Gibbs 2009-2011)
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To: yank in the UK

where does such self-hatred come from?

I’m assuming she is projecting the hatred . . .


3 posted on 12/16/2012 1:25:36 PM PST by txnativegop (Fed up with zealots)
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To: yank in the UK

Why pay any attention to this left wing lowlife ? Nobody is consulting with Emily when deciding to have a child. The decline in the birthrate has everything to do with modern birth control, abortion, and narcissism. The chances that Emily herself will ever procreate are nil and that is in fact a good thing.


4 posted on 12/16/2012 1:27:04 PM PST by allendale
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To: txnativegop

There are Jews who do not feel any kinship with white folks. She seems to be one.


5 posted on 12/16/2012 1:38:00 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: txnativegop

“where does such self-hatred come from?

I’m assuming she is projecting the hatred . . .”

Maybe she will get into self-flagellation.


6 posted on 12/16/2012 1:40:47 PM PST by vette6387
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To: muawiyah

“There are Jews who do not feel any kinship with white folks. She seems to be one.”

Sadly, many people who are ethnically Jewish, have no interest in Judaism. To them, being Jewish is simply a means of identifying business partners.


7 posted on 12/16/2012 1:44:05 PM PST by vette6387
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To: txnativegop

There are plenty of Jews who don’t consider themselves white and consider whites the number one enemy even above Muslims.

She obviously believes that Jews should have their own country (Israel) but whites shouldn’t have their own countries.


8 posted on 12/16/2012 1:46:46 PM PST by Silver Sabre
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To: txnativegop

I have no idea. It seems to be a bizarre thing with left-wing whackos.


9 posted on 12/16/2012 1:49:06 PM PST by darkangel82 (8 years on Free Republic)
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To: yank in the UK

just another libtard kapo


10 posted on 12/16/2012 1:51:16 PM PST by bravo whiskey
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To: yank in the UK

Bigot.


12 posted on 12/16/2012 1:54:54 PM PST by Darteaus94025
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To: yank in the UK

Leftists want to eliminate the White race, after taking its money. This is no surprise. What is a surprise is actually hearing a leftist say it out loud.


13 posted on 12/16/2012 1:55:57 PM PST by I want the USA back
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To: txnativegop
Politically correctophile retards like her actually relish the idea of surrendering and begging for mercy, and fantasize about being abused later.
14 posted on 12/16/2012 1:58:39 PM PST by yank in the UK ( A liberal mocking Christianity. I asked "why don't you mock Islam?" he replied "Muslims are violent)
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To: muawiyah
The word “Goyim” comes to mind
15 posted on 12/16/2012 1:59:03 PM PST by yank in the UK ( A liberal mocking Christianity. I asked "why don't you mock Islam?" he replied "Muslims are violent)
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To: yank in the UK
"Yet she says a low birth rates for white people are a “good thing” and that whites should be discriminated against by colleges."

The ones who are really and truly discriminated against by colleges are Asians. They should be livid, it's a little strange if they aren't.

BTW I wouldn't think that the failure to be accepted to a second tier college with a $200k price tag is ultimately a bad thing.

16 posted on 12/16/2012 2:08:35 PM PST by Sooth2222 ("Suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of congress. But I repeat myself." M.Twain)
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To: yank in the UK

Herdin’ dem white folks onto the commie ‘RAT plantation is tougher than herdin’ cats! They some independent bass turds. Always talkin’ about freedom and crap like that! They don’t know what’s good for them.


17 posted on 12/16/2012 2:09:18 PM PST by FlingWingFlyer (It's not about the guns. It's about the control.)
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To: allendale

Totally agreed. Stupidity and naivete aren’t the only flaws in her character. An attention whore is more apt.


18 posted on 12/16/2012 2:13:09 PM PST by ConservativeStatement (Having an abortion is "progressive"?)
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To: yank in the UK

OK, but how are the other races going to feed themselves without the whites? They certainly can’t do that now.


19 posted on 12/16/2012 2:26:41 PM PST by CodeToad (Liberals are bloodsucking ticks. We need to light the matchstick to burn them off.)
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To: yank in the UK

No mirrors at home, she thinks she’s black


20 posted on 12/16/2012 2:38:37 PM PST by ronnie raygun (bb)
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To: yank in the UK
“Emily Bazelon is a Jewish activist..”

Yes Emily, because all of those horrible white people, like the ones who put their lives on the line in WWII to defeat the Nazi's and thus open the gates and liberate Jews from Auschwitz and other death camps deserve no credit, and their children and grandchildren should be punished. Shame on you Emily. You are a very, very poor excuse for an intelligent educated individual, and absolutely exemplify how pathetic our current system of 'higher education' is.

21 posted on 12/16/2012 2:43:33 PM PST by pieceofthepuzzle
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To: yank in the UK
diversity is a good thing

5 Reasons Why Diversity Is Bad For Societies (in under 5 minutes)

22 posted on 12/16/2012 3:10:10 PM PST by mjp ((pro-{God, reality, reason, egoism, individualism, natural rights, limited government, capitalism}))
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To: muawiyah

She’s a jino, she scammed AIPAC out of airfare in college, she has northing to with being Jewish.

Stop pushing Jews into your little race-war fantasy, you alcoholic, illiterate, sock-chocking, bouche-dag.


23 posted on 12/16/2012 3:16:39 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: yank in the UK
Here is her bio. She is the daughter of about the most evil guy I knew from Washington DC in the 60’s. Judge David Bazelon, a card carrying self hating Jew with an enormous white skin privilege guilt complex. Small wonder he produced such a vile and feculent daughter: Emily Bazelon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Emily Bazelon Born 1971 United States Education Yale University Yale Law School Occupation Print and web media writer, essayist Notable credit(s) Slate New York Times Magazine Religion Jewish Spouse(s) Paul Sabin Children Eli Simon Emily Bazelon (born 1971) is an American journalist, senior editor for online magazine Slate, and a senior research fellow at Yale Law School. Her work as a writer focuses on law, abortion, and family issues.[1] Bazelon appeared on the March 28, 2012 and June 28, 2012 editions of The Colbert Report to discuss The Affordable Health Care Act, and again on October 16, 2012 to discuss Fisher v. University of Texas. Contents [hide] 1 Journalism career 1.1 Writing on bullying 2 Abortion views 3 Criticism of Justice Ginsburg interview 4 Personal life 5 References 6 External links [edit]Journalism career Bazelon is a writer and senior editor of Slate.[1] She has written articles about controversial subjects, such as the Hamdan v. Rumsfeld trial[2] and post-abortion syndrome.[3] Bazelon edits Slate's legal columns, "Jurisprudence", and is co-editor of its blog on women's issues, XX Factor (also known as DoubleX),[4] and regularly appears on The Political Gabfest, a weekly Slate podcast with David Plotz and John Dickerson. She is also a contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine.[4] Before joining Slate, Bazelon was a senior editor of Legal Affairs.[4] Her writing has also appeared in The Atlantic, Mother Jones, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The New Republic, and other publications.[4] She has worked as a reporter in the San Francisco Bay Area and, in 1993 and 1994, as a freelance journalist in Israel.[5] Bazelon is also a Senior Research Scholar in Law and Truman Capote Fellow for Creative Writing and Law at Yale Law School.[1] Bazelon and former New York Times legal correspondent Linda Greenhouse are affiliated with the Law and Media Program of Yale Law School.[6] [edit]Writing on bullying Bazelon has written a series on bullying and cyberbullying for Slate, called "Bull-E".[7] She has been nominated for the 2011 Michael Kelly Award[8] for her story "What Really Happened to Phoebe Prince?"[9] The three-part article is about the death of a 15-year-old girl who committed suicide in South Hadley, MA in January 2010, and the decision by the local prosecutor to bring criminal charges against six teenagers in connection with this death. The Michael Kelly Award, sponsored by the Atlantic Media Co., "honors a writer or editor whose work exemplifies a quality that animated Michael Kelly's own career: the fearless pursuit and expression of truth."[10] Bazelon's series also sparked heated reaction[11] and a response from D.A. Elizabeth Scheibel,[12] who brought the charges against the six teenagers. Bazelon is working on a book about bullying and school climate for Random House, titled Sticks and Stones.[13] [edit]Abortion views Much of Bazelon's writing has been strongly critical of the pro-life movement and opponents of legal abortion, including pro-life feminists[14] and proponents of the concept of post-abortion syndrome,[3] while supportive of abortion providers[15] and pro-choice federal judges.[16] She has accused crisis pregnancy centers of being "all about bait-and-switch" and "falsely maligning" the abortion procedure.[17][18] Bazelon has been described by some commentators as "strongly pro-choice"[19] and a "prominent pro-choicer."[20] She has acknowledged her support for legal abortion on her Double X blog, commenting, "of course there's still an argument that access to legal abortion is also crucial to opportunity for women. Think how much some women's lives would constrict if they really had to carry every pregnancy to term."[21] [edit]Criticism of Justice Ginsburg interview In July 2009, the New York Times Magazine published Bazelon's interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.[22] Discussing her view of Roe v. Wade in 1973, Ginsburg commented, Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion. Bazelon did not ask any follow-up question to Ginsburg's apparent suggestion that she subscribes to a eugenics-based rationale for legalized abortion, i.e., as a remedy for "populations that we don't want to have too many of". Bazelon was criticized by some conservative commentators for not doing so. Michael Gerson in the Washington Post asked, "Who, in Ginsburg's statement, is the 'we'? And who, in 1973, was arguing for the eugenic purposes of abortion?"[23] Gerson suggested that Ginsburg was expressing an attitude of some in her "social class" -- that abortion is useful in reducing the number of social undesirables—and noted, "Neither judge nor journalist apparently found this attitude exceptional; there was no follow-up question."[23] Jonah Goldberg, writing in the Jewish World Review, called Bazelon's failure to ask a follow-up question "bizarre."[24] The on-line magazine Politics Daily attributed the lack of a follow-up question to Bazelon's "strongly pro-choice" views, noting that "when an interviewer assumes that he or she shares the subject's sympathies and world view, even the most shocking statements can fly right by, or be assigned the most benign possible meaning."[19] In response to the criticism, Bazelon said that she did not ask a follow-up question because she believed that Ginsburg's use of "we" had referred to "some people at the time, not [Ginsburg] herself or a group that she feels a part of."[19] Bazelon added that she (Bazelon) is "imperfect".[19] Carl M. Cannon, writing in Politics Daily, dismissed Bazelon's explanation, remarking that it was "hardly the first time prominent pro-choicers have had to engage in semantic gymnastics to obscure a longtime underlying rationale for their position that is neither politically nor morally correct."[20] Bazelon's interview with Ginsburg was cited in the United States House of Representatives' Committee Report in support of the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2012,[25] a bill aimed at restricting sex- and race-based abortions.[26] [edit]Personal life Bazelon was raised in Philadelphia and attended Germantown Friends School.[27] She graduated from Yale College in 1993 and from Yale Law School in 2000 and was an editor of the Yale Law Journal.[1] She was selected for and participated in the Dorot Fellowship in Israel from 1993-94.[28] After law school she worked as a law clerk for Judge Kermit Lipez of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Bazelon is the granddaughter of David L. Bazelon, formerly a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit,[29] and second cousin twice removed of feminist Betty Friedan.[30] She lives in New Haven, Connecticut with her husband, Paul Sabin, an assistant professor of history at Yale, and their sons, Eli and Simon.[5][31][32][33][34] [edit]References ^ a b c d Yale Law School Lecturers and Affiliates ^ Emily Bazelon (2006-03-27). "Invisible Men : Did Lindsey Graham and Jon Kyl mislead the Supreme Court?". Slate. Retrieved 2009-01-18. ^ a b Emily Bazelon (2002007-1-21). "Is There a Post-Abortion Syndrome?". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-01-17. ^ a b c d List of Slate contributors ^ a b "Personal Branding Interview: Emily Bazelon", Personal Branding Blog, Dec. 30, 2009 ^ "Spotlight on LAMP". Yale Law School. 2008-11-18. Retrieved 2009-01-18. ^ Bazelon, Emily (2010-01-26). "Bull-E: The new world of online cruelty.". Slate. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Romenesko, Jim (2011-04-07). "Michael Kelly Award finalists named". The Poynter Institute. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Bazelon, Emily (2010-07-20). "What Really Happened to Phoebe Prince?". Slate. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ "The Michael Kelly Award". The Atlantic Media Co.. ^ Lohr, David (2010-07-23). "Revelations Stir New Debate Over Phoebe Prince Suicide". AOL News. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Bazelon, Emily (2010-07-22). "Blaming the Victim". Slate. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Boog, Jason (2010-11-10). "Emily Bazelon Lands Book Deal for Bullying Investigation". Media Bistro GalleyCat Blog. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ "Suffragette City", E. Bazelon, Mother Jones, Jan.-Feb. 2007 ^ "The New Abortion Providers", E. Bazelon, New York Times Magazine, July 14, 2010 ^ "Defining Radical Down", E. Bazelon, Slate, Apr. 13, 2010 ^ "Sign Them Up", E. Bazelon, Slate, Nov. 25, 2009 ^ "The Politics of Pregnancy Counseling", R. Douthat, New York Times Opinion blog, Dec. 3, 2009 ^ a b c d "Why Emily Bazelon Didn't Follow Up on Ginsburg's Abortion Comment", M. Henneberger, Politics Daily, July 17, 2009 ^ a b "Abortion, Eugenics and the Meaning of Margaret Sanger", C. Cannon, Politics Daily, July 22, 2009 ^ "The Feminist Establishment Rejects the Mama Grizzlies", E. Bazelon, Double X, Aug. 19, 2010 ^ "The Place of Women on the Court", New York Times Magazine], July 7, 2009. ^ a b "Justice Ginsburg in Context", M. Gerson, Washington Post, July 17, 2009 ^ "Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a Question of Eugenics", J. Goldberg, Jewish World Review, July 15, 2009. ^ House Report 112-496, H.R. 3541, fn. 123 ^ CRS Summary, H.R. 3541 ^ The Ninny State: The Danger of Overprotecting Your Kids from Technology ^ http://www.dorot.org/dorotfellows ^ In Brief, Summer 2003, Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law. ^ Emily Bazelon (2006-02-05). "Shopping With Betty". Slate. Retrieved 2009-01-17. ^ "The Environment", Slate, E. Bazelon & P. Sabin, Apr. 3, 2008. ^ Environmental Leadership Program, Who We Are ^ Paul Sabin, Yale Department of History. ^ "How Can You Deny Your Kid Plastic Crap?", E. Bazelon, XX Factor, Feb. 12, 2010
24 posted on 12/16/2012 3:19:19 PM PST by robowombat
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To: yank in the UK
Here is her bio. She is the daughter of about the most evil guy I knew from Washington DC in the 60’s. Judge David Bazelon, a card carrying self hating Jew with an enormous white skin privilege guilt complex. Small wonder he produced such a vile and feculent daughter: Emily Bazelon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Emily Bazelon Born 1971 United States Education Yale University Yale Law School Occupation Print and web media writer, essayist Notable credit(s) Slate New York Times Magazine Religion Jewish Spouse(s) Paul Sabin Children Eli Simon Emily Bazelon (born 1971) is an American journalist, senior editor for online magazine Slate, and a senior research fellow at Yale Law School. Her work as a writer focuses on law, abortion, and family issues.[1] Bazelon appeared on the March 28, 2012 and June 28, 2012 editions of The Colbert Report to discuss The Affordable Health Care Act, and again on October 16, 2012 to discuss Fisher v. University of Texas. Contents [hide] 1 Journalism career 1.1 Writing on bullying 2 Abortion views 3 Criticism of Justice Ginsburg interview 4 Personal life 5 References 6 External links [edit]Journalism career Bazelon is a writer and senior editor of Slate.[1] She has written articles about controversial subjects, such as the Hamdan v. Rumsfeld trial[2] and post-abortion syndrome.[3] Bazelon edits Slate's legal columns, "Jurisprudence", and is co-editor of its blog on women's issues, XX Factor (also known as DoubleX),[4] and regularly appears on The Political Gabfest, a weekly Slate podcast with David Plotz and John Dickerson. She is also a contributing writer to The New York Times Magazine.[4] Before joining Slate, Bazelon was a senior editor of Legal Affairs.[4] Her writing has also appeared in The Atlantic, Mother Jones, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The New Republic, and other publications.[4] She has worked as a reporter in the San Francisco Bay Area and, in 1993 and 1994, as a freelance journalist in Israel.[5] Bazelon is also a Senior Research Scholar in Law and Truman Capote Fellow for Creative Writing and Law at Yale Law School.[1] Bazelon and former New York Times legal correspondent Linda Greenhouse are affiliated with the Law and Media Program of Yale Law School.[6] [edit]Writing on bullying Bazelon has written a series on bullying and cyberbullying for Slate, called "Bull-E".[7] She has been nominated for the 2011 Michael Kelly Award[8] for her story "What Really Happened to Phoebe Prince?"[9] The three-part article is about the death of a 15-year-old girl who committed suicide in South Hadley, MA in January 2010, and the decision by the local prosecutor to bring criminal charges against six teenagers in connection with this death. The Michael Kelly Award, sponsored by the Atlantic Media Co., "honors a writer or editor whose work exemplifies a quality that animated Michael Kelly's own career: the fearless pursuit and expression of truth."[10] Bazelon's series also sparked heated reaction[11] and a response from D.A. Elizabeth Scheibel,[12] who brought the charges against the six teenagers. Bazelon is working on a book about bullying and school climate for Random House, titled Sticks and Stones.[13] [edit]Abortion views Much of Bazelon's writing has been strongly critical of the pro-life movement and opponents of legal abortion, including pro-life feminists[14] and proponents of the concept of post-abortion syndrome,[3] while supportive of abortion providers[15] and pro-choice federal judges.[16] She has accused crisis pregnancy centers of being "all about bait-and-switch" and "falsely maligning" the abortion procedure.[17][18] Bazelon has been described by some commentators as "strongly pro-choice"[19] and a "prominent pro-choicer."[20] She has acknowledged her support for legal abortion on her Double X blog, commenting, "of course there's still an argument that access to legal abortion is also crucial to opportunity for women. Think how much some women's lives would constrict if they really had to carry every pregnancy to term."[21] [edit]Criticism of Justice Ginsburg interview In July 2009, the New York Times Magazine published Bazelon's interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.[22] Discussing her view of Roe v. Wade in 1973, Ginsburg commented, Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion. Bazelon did not ask any follow-up question to Ginsburg's apparent suggestion that she subscribes to a eugenics-based rationale for legalized abortion, i.e., as a remedy for "populations that we don't want to have too many of". Bazelon was criticized by some conservative commentators for not doing so. Michael Gerson in the Washington Post asked, "Who, in Ginsburg's statement, is the 'we'? And who, in 1973, was arguing for the eugenic purposes of abortion?"[23] Gerson suggested that Ginsburg was expressing an attitude of some in her "social class" -- that abortion is useful in reducing the number of social undesirables—and noted, "Neither judge nor journalist apparently found this attitude exceptional; there was no follow-up question."[23] Jonah Goldberg, writing in the Jewish World Review, called Bazelon's failure to ask a follow-up question "bizarre."[24] The on-line magazine Politics Daily attributed the lack of a follow-up question to Bazelon's "strongly pro-choice" views, noting that "when an interviewer assumes that he or she shares the subject's sympathies and world view, even the most shocking statements can fly right by, or be assigned the most benign possible meaning."[19] In response to the criticism, Bazelon said that she did not ask a follow-up question because she believed that Ginsburg's use of "we" had referred to "some people at the time, not [Ginsburg] herself or a group that she feels a part of."[19] Bazelon added that she (Bazelon) is "imperfect".[19] Carl M. Cannon, writing in Politics Daily, dismissed Bazelon's explanation, remarking that it was "hardly the first time prominent pro-choicers have had to engage in semantic gymnastics to obscure a longtime underlying rationale for their position that is neither politically nor morally correct."[20] Bazelon's interview with Ginsburg was cited in the United States House of Representatives' Committee Report in support of the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2012,[25] a bill aimed at restricting sex- and race-based abortions.[26] [edit]Personal life Bazelon was raised in Philadelphia and attended Germantown Friends School.[27] She graduated from Yale College in 1993 and from Yale Law School in 2000 and was an editor of the Yale Law Journal.[1] She was selected for and participated in the Dorot Fellowship in Israel from 1993-94.[28] After law school she worked as a law clerk for Judge Kermit Lipez of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Bazelon is the granddaughter of David L. Bazelon, formerly a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit,[29] and second cousin twice removed of feminist Betty Friedan.[30] She lives in New Haven, Connecticut with her husband, Paul Sabin, an assistant professor of history at Yale, and their sons, Eli and Simon.[5][31][32][33][34] [edit]References ^ a b c d Yale Law School Lecturers and Affiliates ^ Emily Bazelon (2006-03-27). "Invisible Men : Did Lindsey Graham and Jon Kyl mislead the Supreme Court?". Slate. Retrieved 2009-01-18. ^ a b Emily Bazelon (2002007-1-21). "Is There a Post-Abortion Syndrome?". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-01-17. ^ a b c d List of Slate contributors ^ a b "Personal Branding Interview: Emily Bazelon", Personal Branding Blog, Dec. 30, 2009 ^ "Spotlight on LAMP". Yale Law School. 2008-11-18. Retrieved 2009-01-18. ^ Bazelon, Emily (2010-01-26). "Bull-E: The new world of online cruelty.". Slate. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Romenesko, Jim (2011-04-07). "Michael Kelly Award finalists named". The Poynter Institute. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Bazelon, Emily (2010-07-20). "What Really Happened to Phoebe Prince?". Slate. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ "The Michael Kelly Award". The Atlantic Media Co.. ^ Lohr, David (2010-07-23). "Revelations Stir New Debate Over Phoebe Prince Suicide". AOL News. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Bazelon, Emily (2010-07-22). "Blaming the Victim". Slate. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ Boog, Jason (2010-11-10). "Emily Bazelon Lands Book Deal for Bullying Investigation". Media Bistro GalleyCat Blog. Retrieved 2011-04-13. ^ "Suffragette City", E. Bazelon, Mother Jones, Jan.-Feb. 2007 ^ "The New Abortion Providers", E. Bazelon, New York Times Magazine, July 14, 2010 ^ "Defining Radical Down", E. Bazelon, Slate, Apr. 13, 2010 ^ "Sign Them Up", E. Bazelon, Slate, Nov. 25, 2009 ^ "The Politics of Pregnancy Counseling", R. Douthat, New York Times Opinion blog, Dec. 3, 2009 ^ a b c d "Why Emily Bazelon Didn't Follow Up on Ginsburg's Abortion Comment", M. Henneberger, Politics Daily, July 17, 2009 ^ a b "Abortion, Eugenics and the Meaning of Margaret Sanger", C. Cannon, Politics Daily, July 22, 2009 ^ "The Feminist Establishment Rejects the Mama Grizzlies", E. Bazelon, Double X, Aug. 19, 2010 ^ "The Place of Women on the Court", New York Times Magazine], July 7, 2009. ^ a b "Justice Ginsburg in Context", M. Gerson, Washington Post, July 17, 2009 ^ "Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a Question of Eugenics", J. Goldberg, Jewish World Review, July 15, 2009. ^ House Report 112-496, H.R. 3541, fn. 123 ^ CRS Summary, H.R. 3541 ^ The Ninny State: The Danger of Overprotecting Your Kids from Technology ^ http://www.dorot.org/dorotfellows ^ In Brief, Summer 2003, Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law. ^ Emily Bazelon (2006-02-05). "Shopping With Betty". Slate. Retrieved 2009-01-17. ^ "The Environment", Slate, E. Bazelon & P. Sabin, Apr. 3, 2008. ^ Environmental Leadership Program, Who We Are ^ Paul Sabin, Yale Department of History. ^ "How Can You Deny Your Kid Plastic Crap?", E. Bazelon, XX Factor, Feb. 12, 2010
25 posted on 12/16/2012 3:19:26 PM PST by robowombat
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To: Yehuda
Glad to see you back~we've all missed you since your boy crashed in the November election ~ and then there are those cop shootings elsewhere than in New York city. Bet that's a relief for you.

But I believe the issue here is a person who claims she's Jewish and she expresses hatred for white people.

Your friend I presume!

So, get over it. You guys are stuck with it ~ and, BTW, the Law of Moses estblished first who might be a Jew, and later on, after WWII, it turned into whoever claims he or she is a Jew, so I'm sure not going to challenge her on that score ~ although I noticed that's the first thing you did.

26 posted on 12/16/2012 4:00:21 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: robowombat
Do you seriously expect anybody to ready any of your posts? Try formatting next time.
27 posted on 12/16/2012 4:04:13 PM PST by Sir_Humphrey (Is it too late to save the country?)
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To: muawiyah

She’s a jew by birth and an ahole by advocation.

Kind of like you and your relationship to America.

Now go back and suck some jihadi *ss, since you and they share sensibilities.


28 posted on 12/16/2012 5:04:10 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: yank in the UK

Emily—if your mother had practiced birth control we wouldn’t be subjected to your idiocies.


29 posted on 12/16/2012 5:05:32 PM PST by SharpRightTurn ( White, black, and red all over--America's affirmative action, metrosexual president.)
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To: muawiyah

“we’ve all missed you since your boy crashed in the November election “

PS - THANKS FOR HELPING TO RE-ELECT OBAMA, AHOLE.


30 posted on 12/16/2012 5:07:41 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: Yehuda

Next time pick someone who is electable.


31 posted on 12/16/2012 5:15:16 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: yank in the UK

Spooky to see how communist Jews have embraced the ideal of death to a whole ethnic population and religious group (Christians). She should be ashamed of herself; but I bet she is a stranger to shame.


32 posted on 12/16/2012 5:33:04 PM PST by SaraJohnson
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To: Sir_Humphrey

Don’t have to be a supercilious jerk. I was in a hurry. If you don’t want to try and read it pass on. Your commentary is neither needed nor wanted.


33 posted on 12/16/2012 7:26:52 PM PST by robowombat
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To: yank in the UK
This woman is no JINO.

Her entire upbringing and education is an immersion in Jewishness...and lawyering and progressive activism.

which I admit makes it worse

usually folks like her are JINO except at holiday

not this one

boy she has a big academic resume

of course as with most liberal and particularly liberal Jewish women

Abortion is her real sacrament

I suspect as is the usual case...she is not a happy person.

she was actually nice looking as a younger "journalist", but it begs the question ..if she hates the white race so much then why did she marry a fellow Jew...a white Jew obviously

She coulda married Django to make a point

whoops I forgot...Django hates white people too...damn how confusing..white folks sure stir the pot don't they?

*footnote...this young slattern is also in hot water lately for writing a sorta misleading and loaded article for Slate defending an orthodox kosher meat guy convicted of serious fraud, tax evasion, money laundering and felony flight to avoid prosecution and tampering with evidence and witnesses...and my source was an Orthodox blog failedmessiah.com

again...progressive Jews are like ants at a summer picnic in Mississippi...ubiquitous..but one who actually pays attention to anything beyond the exclusivity and big holidays..fairly rare

34 posted on 12/17/2012 8:43:16 AM PST by wardaddy (wanna know how my kin felt during Reconstruction in Mississippi, you fixin to find out firsthand)
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To: muawiyah

Like who, RON PAUL?


35 posted on 12/18/2012 8:57:23 AM PST by Yehuda
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To: wardaddy

“Her entire upbringing and education is an immersion in Jewishness...and lawyering and progressive activism.”

WTH are you talking about. She went to a FRIENDS grammar school. She was immersed in “lawyering and progressive activism” NOT JEWISHNESS.


36 posted on 12/18/2012 9:01:24 AM PST by Yehuda
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To: Yehuda
He was hardly as electable as your boy.

Seriously, if you want to be a Republican learn to play Republican politics, not Democrat politics.

Cheating in the primaries doesn't cut it.

37 posted on 12/18/2012 9:29:15 AM PST by muawiyah
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To: Yehuda

Emily Bazelon writes reams and reams on Jewishness.

That is her schtick at Slate and elsewhere ...look it up.

Google Emily Bazelon Jewish commentary

A Brief History of the Jewish Mother

Can the Torah Be a Good Parenting Guide

and so forth..

no question she is a fembot, peacenik and progressive harridan

but to deny she is Jewish is silly, it would be like me trying to deny David Duke actually does attend a United Church of Christ...he does

The Friends school is the tony school where she grew up, just because she didn’t attend Akiva doesn’t mean she ain’t Jewish

here in Music City I personally know plenty of observant Jews who send their kids to MBA or Harpeth Hall or Ensworth

and believe it or not I went to a tony Christian private school in Jackson Mississippi with Shornicks, Shulmiesters, Schwartz and Marks etc myself...they were excused from Christian stuff...but they sure didn’t sit out Christmas...nor should they have

I have attended Shuls the world over..that doesn’t unmake my Christianity..it was an honour

this ain’t nothing new...in some foreign cities I lived in the best ex pat (English) school was the Jewish school and had I had kids then I woulda used that


38 posted on 12/18/2012 9:53:08 AM PST by wardaddy (wanna know how my kin felt during Reconstruction in Mississippi, you fixin to find out firsthand)
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To: wardaddy

I searched Emily Bazelon Jewish commentary.

The first three links were to David Duke or his ass slickers, including 1 that just blamed her and all the Jews for the shooting in Newtown, alongside its ads for Mein Kampf.

I read two others, 1 that was a book review with a lot of Jewish concepts provided by the book under review, and the other about the Rubashkin trial that was completely o the legal aspects.

I will admit she writes a lot about Jews but you said SHE WAS IMMERSED IN A JEWISH UP BRINGING and that means she isn’t a jino.

I see nothing that says she was raised religiously, and I see very little that is pro-observant Jewish or pro Israel:

“[To their credit, Plotz and] Bazelon both question the Israel lobby and Bazelon, breaking with the new strategic asset line, says Netanyahu’s gov’t is “provoking” the Arab world, against the interests of the United States. “

http://mondoweiss.net/2011/11/on-slate-palestinians-have-a-violent-vengeful-culture-but-some-smart-talk-about-jews.html (WARNING, AHOLE WEBSITE)

Two qualifiers for being REALLY JEWISH, as opposed to being a jino.

As you say, even your writing positive stuff about Judaism and Israel doesn’t make YOU REALLY JEWISH.


39 posted on 12/18/2012 12:39:58 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: muawiyah

For the last time, ahole, Romney wasn’t “my boy” I was supporting all the other candidates in the primaries till the very end with my meager $, while you otoh, obviously wasted your $ and energy on booze.


40 posted on 12/18/2012 12:41:14 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: Silver Sabre
There are plenty of Jews who don’t consider themselves white and consider whites the number one enemy even above Muslims.

What you are describing is a pathological hatred of Christians among some Jews.

41 posted on 12/18/2012 12:56:19 PM PST by PapaBear3625 (You don't notice it's a police state until the police come for you.)
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To: robowombat
Left wing activist calls low white birth rate a "good thing"

Council of conservative Citizens

Formerly, the White Citizens' Councils

^ | 12th Dec, 2012 | Dr Sam Francis

Dead, lo these twenty years. He didn't write the article.

Here is her bio. She is the daughter of about the most evil guy I knew from Washington DC in the 60’s. Judge David Bazelon, a card carrying self hating Jew with an enormous white skin privilege guilt complex. Small wonder he produced such a vile and feculent daughter.

Feculent? Maybe, but she's his granddaughter (as it says further down in your article), not his daughter.

You can google and find a lot of repellent things Emily Bazelon has said and done and written. About abortion, about white men, about school bullying victim Phoebe Prince. She doesn't appear to have written much about Israel, though she did rather incoherently defend going on an AIPAC junket. Obviously, she's not ashamed about being Jewish, but I'm not sure it's as central to her concerns as some people (often on some pretty disreputable sites) claim.

About the grandfather: I don't know that it's so easy to condemn people from a half-century ago. Some of their stands and beliefs may have been terribly wrong-headed, others not so much.

42 posted on 12/18/2012 1:09:49 PM PST by x
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To: Yehuda
hardly ~ BTW, slander is still actionable. As everybody knows I simply don't drink although you seem to assume everyone does.

If Romney had been instructed that he'd have to run on his own money I think we wouldn't have been bothered by him.

43 posted on 12/18/2012 1:30:49 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: muawiyah

So your comments are not attributable to alcoholism, merely to being BORINGLY STUPID.

PS - I am judgement proof, with a chronic disease, and I would be happy to add you to my bucket list, so piss off with your threats.


44 posted on 12/18/2012 1:46:16 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: x

“About the grandfather:”

You forget, for those born Jewish its the genetic evil in our GENES that excites the sand-nazis and their lovers on the Left and some of the Paleo-Right.


45 posted on 12/18/2012 1:48:33 PM PST by Yehuda
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To: Yehuda

just making that note so that other folks will know i’m not simply ignoring you. it is considered quite outside the bounds of propriety at FR to precipitate a flame war.


46 posted on 12/18/2012 1:54:05 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: PapaBear3625

That particular problem occurs among many Paks and Indians ~ it’s overactive imagination ~ they have more than their fair share of white ancestors.


47 posted on 12/18/2012 1:57:07 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: x
Sorry , I meant to respond to this earlier. The term feculent for Judge Bazelon was deliberately chosen. In the spring of 1965 American University Law school had a lecture series which featured Bazelon and some other luminaries in discussing ‘the big issues in law and government’. I had read Bazelon’s ‘The paper Economy’, I think was the name of his book on the structure of the non-specie based economy. His lectures were lucid but disturbing, at least for me, even though I thought of myself as a liberal at that time. Basically Bazelon was obsessed with what has become known as ‘white skin privilege’. He found the ‘unfair advantage’ white men had taken to conquer the colored nations, establish slave regimes, create jim crow and an endless laundry list of historical sins had created a world and a United States of vicious inequalities and institutions born in violence and maintained by fraud and force. Decades and decades of penitence would have to be done by white men including humbling themselves and for many living economically restricted and deprived existences in order to just begin to make up for the endless sins of white European men throughout history. His honor had an angry depressed mien about him as though he were in a state of perpetual barely suppressed rage about the sins of whitey. The two times i saw Saul Alinsky in the flesh on TV he projected the same depressed, seething rageful persona and a ‘people's priest’ (white) from an inner city parish in Detroit who was brought in to lecture us whitey's on our sins had the same sour depressive anger about him. These people are s-it pure and simple. They propagate a racism as vicious and toxic as anything the likes of Theodore Bilbo or John Rankin ever spewed, they are just smarter and more articulate and more dangerous.
48 posted on 03/01/2013 7:20:42 PM PST by robowombat
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