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  • Donald Trump Just Got Hillary Clinton To Admit Her E-mails Are A ‘National Security Issue’

    07/27/2016 12:01:26 PM PDT · by Mariner · 140 replies
    The Federalist ^ | July 27th, 2016 | By Sean Davis
    "This has gone from being a curiosity, and a matter of politics, to being a national security issue." After taunting Hillary Clinton by asking Russian hackers to release 30,000 e-mails she deleted, Donald Trump finally forced Clinton’s campaign to admit that her unsanctioned e-mail server scheme was a “national security issue.”
  • Impy's father had a bad accident while I taunted him [opposite of vanity]

    03/28/2016 12:52:10 AM PDT · by Arthur Wildfire! March · 95 replies
    While caught up in this Trump/Cruz war of words this weekend, impy and I were ripping up each other verbally when he privately admitted that he was not himself. He was more testy than normal because his father had a terrible accident which destroyed one of his eyes. The eye risks infection and will need to be removed Thursday. This Easter weekend was bad enough. But with someone you care about being seriously injured at the same time? Please pray for Impy's father and make a quick prayer for impy as well. At the same time, we need to keep...
  • Anti-Trump video that features women is a fail

    03/16/2016 8:36:15 PM PDT · by Trumpinator · 50 replies ^ | March 16th, 2016 @ 4:32pm | Scott Adams
    Have you seen the anti-Trump video that features women quoting Donald Trump’s most offensive statements about women? I just showed it to a woman. She thought it was funny. Apparently nothing that Trump says comes off as offensive to her. The reason I checked with a woman is because I didn’t trust my own reaction. To me, the video looked like the most tone-deaf ad of all time. I would rank it as among the worst I have ever seen in terms of persuasion. I’m guessing it worked in Trump’s favor. ...snip..... I predict that 85% of women and 95%...

    08/22/2015 7:57:57 PM PDT · by SamAdams76 · 78 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | August 22, 2015 | DONALD TRUMP: WARRIOR MALE EXTRAORDINAIRE
    Fox News’ Megyn Kelly seems to see herself as an alpha female capable of taking on any and all opposition – male or female. Yet, when set against the unadulterated masculine intellectual powers and cunning of Donald Trump, it was not a fair fight. She was overpowered to the point of speechlessness and had to take a 10-day vacation to lick her wounds. When the ladies operate within a protective penumbra of political correctness in a highly feminized culture of girly men, it is pretty easy to win intellectual pillow fights.
  • donald trump: warrior male extraordinaire

    08/23/2015 7:25:56 AM PDT · by iontheball · 56 replies
    WND ^ | August 22, 2015 | Dr. Kent Bailey
    Donald Trump is the prototypical, archetypal and testosterone-driven alpha male who rules by the sheer force of his personality, imposing physique, quick wit, mastery of repartee and almost hypnotic control over his gathering masses of adoring followers. He is Attila to the Huns, Henry V to the outnumbered English army, Winston Churchill to desperate allied forces, and now our fearless leader against the pagan forces of progressivism and political correctness. He is the unapologetic, quintessential warrior male of yore capable of vanquishing any and all opposition in his way. Trump is not a clown, a bloviating buffoon, an intimidating bully,...
  • 40 Of The Most Bad-As*, ... Quotes Of All Time

    08/29/2014 8:22:37 PM PDT · by virgil283 · 168 replies
    rightwingnews ^ | John Hawkins
    "You may all go to Hell, and I will go to Texas....You’ll never get a Purple Heart hiding in a foxhole! Follow me....Come on, you sons of b*tches! Do you want to live forever?.... Before we’re through with them, the Japanese language will be spoken only in hell.....I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man......" .....;
  • Alpha-male bear faces castration as sexual dominance ‘threatens survival of species’ in Pyrénées

    06/09/2014 4:19:49 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 15 replies
    Daily Telegraph (UK) ^ | 10:52AM BST 09 Jun 2014 | Andrew Marszal
    For 26 years Pyros, a Pyrenean brown bear, has enjoyed life as an undisputed alpha male. But he could be about to pay a price for that dominance. Following the birth of a cub who is both his daughter and granddaughter, Spanish scientists have declared his overwhelming sexual vigor is a threat to the survival of the colony. Scientists say they must now choose between taking Pyros into captivity or castrating him—although they are not certain even the latter will prevent his dominant behavior from hindering the population’s recovery. …
  • 'Liberal Men Are Less Masculine' ... Millionaire Women Prefer Conservative Men Who 'Wear The Pants'

    02/18/2014 7:43:03 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 67 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 17 February 2014 | Daily Mail Reporter
    'Liberal men are less masculine': How millionaire women prefer conservative partners who 'wear the pants' in a relationship When it comes to dating and romance, most people prefer to be with a partner who shares the same political views. But it seems that when money is involved, this preference seems to go out the window. Nearly 77per cent of democrat female millionaires, and 82per cent of female millionaires overall, said they 'would prefer to date a conservative man,' according 'I don’t want a liberal man, I want someone who believes in a traditional family,' said one female millionaire. Other...
  • Why would Tony Blair's sister-in-law convert to Islam?

    10/27/2010 10:41:23 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 18 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | October 25th, 2010 | Ed West
    It was only a matter of time. Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth has converted to Islam after a dose of “spiritual morphine” in Iran, although she talks about the world’s fastest-growing religion like it was the latest version of the Atkins Diet: “Now I don’t eat pork and I read the Koran every day. I’m on page 60. I also haven’t had a drink in 45 days, the longest period in 25 years,” she said. And she’s even refused to rule out wearing a burka: “Who knows where my spiritual journey will take me?” Politically Booth has always struck me...
  • All because the lady loves a foreign accent

    08/17/2008 2:31:04 PM PDT · by forkinsocket · 14 replies · 221+ views
    BBC ^ | 14 August 2008 | Samanthi Dissanayake
    It is the stuff of escapist fantasy. A tall, dark and handsome type sweeps a cream-and-roses Home Counties heroine off her feet. In its 100 years of publishing, the exotic alpha male has been a staple of the Mills and Boon romance. The tale of the passionate desert sheikh who sweeps secretary Janna Smith off her feet in Violet Winspear's 1970 romance Tawny Sands is perhaps the quintessential Mills and Boon story. "His tone of voice was softly mocking, but she knew he didn't really jest. He was Raul Cesar Bey and the further they travelled into the desert the...
  • DRUDGE SIREN: Bush Quote Sparks Controversy

    10/13/2004 1:17:57 PM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 326 replies · 17,246+ views
  • ¿Quién es mas macho?' Swagger usurps male sensitivity in political arena

    10/15/2003 1:02:48 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 21 replies · 226+ views
    Atlanta Journal Constitution ^ | October 15, 2003 | FRIDA GHITIS
    The era of the sensitive man is officially coming to an end. From Sacramento to Jerusalem, from Bogotá to Baghdad, across all latitudes and longitudes, the masses are flocking toward the strong, choosing the tough over the thoughtful, the swaggering over the serene. The international political arena increasingly resembles the old Saturday Night Live game show "Quién es mas Macho?" Contestants tried to guess who was more macho, deciding if, for example, John Wayne had more testosterone than Charles Bronson. Already Israel's Shimon Peres has declared that Israel has its own Arnold Schwarzenegger in office with the redoubtable Ariel Sharon...
  • The end of the sensitive politician

    10/12/2003 10:26:43 AM PDT · by Willie Green · 8 replies · 233+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | Sunday, October 12, 2003 | Frida Ghitis
    <p>Arnold Schwarzenegger's election as governor of California makes official what has been brewing for some time: The era of the sensitive man has come to an end.</p> <p>From Sacramento to Jerusalem, from Bogota to Baghdad, across all latitudes and longitudes, the masses feel drawn towards the strong, choosing the tough over the thoughtful, the swaggering over the serene. The international political arena increasingly resembles the old Saturday Night Live game show "Quien es mas Macho?" The show where contestants tried to guess who was more macho, deciding if, for example, John Wayne had more testosterone than Charles Bronson.</p>
  • Action flick: California voters choose manly man

    10/11/2003 12:19:34 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 7 replies · 202+ views ^ | Saturday, October 11, 2003 | by Kathleen Parker
    Say what you will about a populist uprising. The California recall was at least partly a backlash to everything soft and fuzzy in the culture. If only unconsciously, The People were motivated more by testosterone and car talk than by budget stats and politics. Contrary to conventional punditry, they didn't elect Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has no credible qualifications to solve the state's problems, to send a message to career politicians. They didn't elect a Republican to send a message to Democrats The People, whom we variously worship or hold in contempt depending on our polling needs, elected the Terminator -...
  • Conan the Vulgarian (Why some conservative guys inexplicably support Arnold)

    10/05/2003 10:27:40 AM PDT · by ElkGroveDan · 159 replies · 393+ views
    LAT imes ^ | October 5, 2003 | Susan Faludi
    [EXCERPT] The men who don't make it to the top in that world still have the compensation of identifying with the one man who does, as long as they don't identify with any of the women, as long as they don't "say nothing." They still belong to the pack, by virtue of being male. No matter how much sand gets kicked in their face, they still can fantasize that one day they, too, like Charles Atlas, will do enough leg lifts to rise in the ranks. At a time of deep economic and international insecurity, the easy power of the...
  • Political virility-or-REAL MEN VOTE REPUBLICAN

    09/17/2003 2:33:54 AM PDT · by Elkiejg · 21 replies · 1,171+ views
    WSJ ^ | 9/17/03 | Jay Nordlinger
    <p>Many years ago Chris Matthews--now famous on TV--hit on an interesting formulation: He said the Democrats were the "mommy party" and the Republicans the "daddy party." That is, the Democrats were "nurturers," concerned with health policy and day care. The Republicans were "protectors," taking care of national security and other manly matters. This notion is obviously galling to some. But Mr. Matthews was on to something, and we now find ourselves in a "daddy party" time.</p>
  • Call the ‘Fab Five’: Gang of nine may need a makeover (BWAA HAAA HAAA HHHAAA Alpha Male is BAAACK!)

    09/16/2003 6:26:47 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 14 replies · 296+ views
    Hill News ^ | 9/16/03
    People say it shouldn’t be a beauty contest. Lawmakers such as Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) dismiss the subject of presidential looks as merely a frivolous concern of the media, but party nominations and capturing the White House are not merely the stuff of dry debates on the issues. When you’re a man seeking the presidency, everything about you, including your masculinity, matters. In the 2000 presidential race, former Vice President Al Gore brought in feminist and image coach Naomi Wolf to work on his style and image. Out went his dark suits and red ties. Wolf dressed Gore in khaki...
  • John Kerry's website (Barf Alert)

    09/01/2003 3:18:49 PM PDT · by annyokie · 42 replies · 1,163+ views ^ | 1 September 2003 | self
    Sorry, all. Check out Kerry on his Harley, just for laughs.
  • Dowd: Pols compete to see who can out-he-man the cowboy-in-chief

    08/26/2003 8:38:15 AM PDT · by mhking · 42 replies · 213+ views
    WASHINGTON -- John Kerry is going to announce his candidacy for the presidency next week (who knew?) standing in front of an aircraft carrier. That's a relief. If he had used the usual town square or high school gym backdrop, what would we have thought about his manliness? Dropping his heroic military service into almost every speech has not been enough, nor has mounting his Harley in a bomber jacket whenever a TV camera's near. Three Purple Hearts, a Silver Star and a Bronze Star in Vietnam should trump one lackadaisical Texas National Guard record, but we live in an...
  • Symposium: The Return of Manhood [Very long thread]

    08/08/2003 4:16:12 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 11 replies · 469+ views ^ | Friday, August 8, 2003 | By Jamie Glazov
    Symposium: The Return of ManhoodBy Jamie | August 8, 2003 After years of creeping feminization, manhood and masculinity appear to have made a significant comeback in American society. Since the national security crisis of 9/11, America has rediscovered the virtues of soldiers, firemen, policemen and other traditionally male (and masculine) professions that require courage and physical strength. What explains this phenomenon? Why is manhood, once again, being held in high esteem? Or is this all just a mirage, destined to vanish in the near future? In focusing on this issue, Frontpage Symposium did something a little different this time: we joined...
  • Masculinity makes a comeback

    08/08/2003 2:35:40 AM PDT · by kattracks · 2 replies · 153+ views ^ | 8/08/03 | Mona Charen
    "Real Men: They're Back" proclaims The American Enterprise magazine in its September issue. The firefighter, policeman, fighter pilot and even the spy enjoy renewed respect in a nation that has rediscovered danger and finds that heroes are not all "anti." All well and good. But when it comes to defining what "manliness" is, watch out. The spirit of feminism still stalks the land, casting withering spells on any sprouts of traditional masculinity that push green shoots through the earth. The contributors to the "Real Men" issue are not brutes (well, I should hope not, since I'm one). Amid the paeans...
  • Bush May Consider Schwarzenegger Support

    08/07/2003 10:53:32 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 108 replies · 215+ views
    The Guardian ^ | Aug. 8, 2003 | SCOTT LINDLAW , Associated Press
    CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) - President Bush is leaving the door open to campaigning for California Republican gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger if it could help tip the balance in a close recall election, officials said Thursday. Nearly a dozen people with ties to Bush emphasized he has no plans now to do so. But none would rule it out. The White House took pains to publicly distance itself from the volatile campaign. Behind the scenes, though, administration officials and Bush re-election aides spent Thursday trying to discern the state of play in the tumultuous election. They reached out to their network...
  • Bush may consider stumping for Schwarzenegger

    08/07/2003 7:52:42 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 86 replies · 245+ views
    Mercury News Wires ^ | 8/7/03 | AP - Crawford,TX
    <p>CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) - President Bush is leaving the door open to campaigning for California Republican gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger if it could help tip the balance in a close recall election, officials said today.</p> <p>Nearly a dozen people with ties to Bush emphasized he has no plans now to do so. But none would rule it out.</p>
  • "Dowd: Bush Too Butch; Needs a 'Queer Eye' Makeover"

    08/06/2003 6:57:14 AM PDT · by ZviTheWise · 83 replies · 373+ views
    ChronWatch ^ | 8/4/03 | Jean Shaw
    The New York Times' Maureen Dowd, whose columns just ooze liberal smugness, chalks up President Bush’s opposition to gay marriage to him being too ''butch.'' In response, she suggests that he and his administration get a makeover from the cast of ''Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.'' In Dowd's warped view, any man who suffers from what she calls "hypermasculinity," must be in need of a cure. Unfortunately for her, you can’t just makeover masculinity, not to mention morality and tradition. Let's get it straight. The president and the pope aren't riding the new gay wave. Until last week's denunciations,...
  • Questioning Bush's Masculinity

    08/02/2003 9:08:19 PM PDT · by TheWriterInTexas · 29 replies · 220+ views
    The American Partisan ^ | July 27, 2003 | LPR
    If you haven’t caught the “pattern” of the Democrats, lately, then you haven’t been paying attention. Like the “gravitas” virus that infected everyone during the 2000 election cycle, the latest verbal tic is “pattern.” Bush’s inclusion of the now beaten-beyond-a-dead horse 16 words, which have been misrepresented by almost every liberal talking head in America, suddenly constitutes a “pattern” of deception. Oooh, I’m so alarmed. Thankfully, I have a working mind, a set of working eyes, and the ability to cruise the internet. With just these tools, I have been able to determine that the only pattern of deception here...
  • Your Attention Please [Breaking News and WoD Flamewars]

    02/13/2003 6:20:56 AM PST · by Admin Moderator · 480 replies · 1,394+ views
    <p>Since my last vanity announcement on keywords went so swimmingly (it ended up with something like 5000 keywords added to it) I thought a great idea would be to throw some propane on some other fires with a vanity.</p> <p>Breaking news is being abused again, big time. This goes in cycles, with sometimes people being responsible, but other times people not being very responsible.</p> <p>We are in one of the not-very time periods.</p>
  • Live thread: Al Gore on SNL

    12/14/2002 8:30:37 PM PST · by Dubya_gal · 314 replies · 2,406+ views
    Anyone want to watch SNL and poke fun of Al?
  • Al Gore Tackles A Real Challenge

    12/14/2002 2:13:33 AM PST · by Quilla · 13 replies · 464+ views
    New York Times ^ | December 14, 2002 | By Alessandra Stanley
    The only "Saturday Night Live" material Al Gore vetoed during read-throughs as too embarrassing was a sketch about flatulence. "I'm sure this is funny," Mr. Gore said, according to Al Franken, a "Saturday Night Live" alumnus who has written speeches for the former vice president and helped shape tonight's show. "But at the end of this I want to have some bread crumbs leading back to my dignity." The former vice president has still not revealed what else he expects at the end of his epic monthlong television blitz — a book promotion whirl that has not helped sell two...
  • Zot

    12/12/2002 6:19:24 AM PST · by I luv bush really · 50 replies · 528+ views
  • Gore: Bush's Iraq war push makes world more dangerous

    09/23/2002 2:03:47 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 102 replies · 746+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 9-23-02 | IAN STEWART
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO (AP) --  Al Gore harshly criticized President Bush's push for war against Iraq, saying Monday that it weakens America's effort to combat terrorism and forever could damage the nation's standing in the world.</p> <p>"After Sept. 11, we had enormous sympathy, goodwill and support around the world," Gore said. "We've squandered that, and in one year we've replaced that with fear, anxiety and uncertainty, not at what the terrorists are going to do but at what we are going to do."</p>
  • For the benefit of the many or the few?

    08/06/2002 3:47:52 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 15 replies · 581+ views
    SF Chronicle, page A-19 ^ | 8-6-02 | Al Gore
    <p>Nashville -- THERE HAS ALWAYS been a debate over the destiny of this nation between those who believed they were entitled to govern because of their station in life, and those who believed that the people were sovereign.</p> <p>That distinction remains as strong as ever today. In every race this November, the question voters must answer is, How do we make sure that political power is used for the benefit of the many, rather than the few?</p>
  • Gore, the Messiah

    08/06/2002 3:41:05 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 29 replies · 424+ views
    SF Chronicle ^ | 8-6-02 | Debra J. Saunders
    <p>SEN. JOE LIEBERMAN, D-Conn., is worried about former Vice President Al Gore. Lieberman thinks that Gore came across as too anti-rich when they ran for the White House in 2000. And he thinks Gore is overly hostile toward business now, as they're eyeing each other and a new bid for the White House in 2004.</p>