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  • Super Model Gisele Bundchen, Reneges on “Lost Dog” Reward Offer;

    12/10/2004 5:45:07 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 30 replies · 7,253+ views ^ | 1210 04 |
    A young San Bernardino couple is going public with questions about supermodel Gisele Bundchen's "no questions asked" $5000.00 reward offer, which remains unpaid more than two weeks after the couple returned Bundchen's dog only to be arrested at gunpoint, handcuffed and held in custody. Although cleared by the police, the couple has no explanation from Bundchen of why they were treated like criminals and denied the reward. Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2004 -- Supermodel Gisele Bundchen’s “no questions asked” $5000.00 reward offer for her lost dog just before Thanksgiving, may have gotten her dog back, but, according to the...
  • Honor student plotted mother's murder, police say (Kept an online journal)

    11/28/2004 7:40:46 PM PST · by Zechariah11 · 49 replies · 2,572+ views
    Anchorage Daily News ^ | November 26, 2004 | Peter Porco
    By PETER PORCO Anchorage Daily News November 26, 2004 ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Sixteen-year-old Rachelle A. Waterman would appear to be any parent's ideal child - an honor student, an athlete, a gifted singer. But for months, she planned her mother's murder with two of her former boyfriends who are eight years her senior, according to Alaska State Troopers. Two weekends ago on Southeast's Prince of Wales Island, their plot ended in the death of 48-year-old Lauri Waterman of Craig, according to court papers. Lauri Waterman, a teacher's aide and community activist, was killed by one of the men using a...
  • Free Republic "Bump List" Register

    09/30/2001 4:46:44 AM PDT · by John Robinson · 191 replies · 12,118+ views
    I have created a public register of "bump lists" here on Free Republic. I define a bump list as a name listed in the "To" field used to index articles. Free Republic Bump List Register
  • Hillary Clinton Won't Speak in Boston

    07/14/2004 12:13:34 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 29 replies · 1,599+ views
    aolnews ^ | 7 14 04 | RAYMOND HERNANDEZ and JOHN FILES
    WASHINGTON (July 13) - The Democratic National Committee released on Tuesday its lineup of the big-name politicians speaking at the convention this month, and it included every major Democratic star except one. There were Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, near the top of the list. Al Gore was there, too, and so was Edward M. Kennedy. Even the wife of the Iowa governor made the cut. But Hillary Rodham Clinton, the junior senator from New York and one of the most prominent names in the party, was nowhere to be found. That caught the attention of many Democrats, who wondered...
  • Woman Refuses Caesarean, Charged With Murder

    03/12/2004 6:16:18 AM PST · by truthandlife · 125 replies · 1,004+ views
    AP ^ | 3-12-04
    <p>As Melissa Ann Rowland's unborn twins got closer to birth, doctors repeatedly told her they would likely die if she did not have a Caesarean (search) section. She refused, and one later was stillborn.</p> <p>Authorities charged 28-year-old Rowland with murder on Thursday, saying she exhibited "depraved indifference to human life," according to court documents. One nurse told police that Rowland said she would rather "lose one of the babies than be cut like that."</p>
  • Teenager's love bites back

    11/12/2003 8:14:56 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 40 replies · 816+ views ^ | November 8, 2003 | Knight Ridder
    A 13-year-old boy who gave a girl a lovebite at school is facing an assault charge, an allegation his parents call excessive. Police in Richland, Texas, issued the teenager with a summons for assault by contact after the girl's parents reported the incident to Richland Middle School, officials said. The boy's mother, Patricia Singh, said her son had been punished with a three-day suspension from school. He was not named because of his age. Assault by contact, a class C misdemeanour, carries a fine of about $US280 ($400). The boy, who pleaded not guilty at his court hearing, told the...
  • MLK Rally marked by Bush, Ashcroft bashing & absence of US flags; Speaker Praises Mugabe

    08/23/2003 6:23:59 PM PDT · by nwrep · 154 replies · 2,526+ views
    Personal Observations on C-SPAN ^ | August 23, 2003 | nwrep
    MLK Rally marked by Bush, Ashcroft bashing & absence of US flags; Speaker Praises Mugabe The rally on the US Capitol today to mark the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech was broadcast live on C-SPAN. The event was attended by Democratic presidential contenders Howard Dean, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton. The following are my personal observations, facts hidden from you by puff-pieces appearing on the wire services. The most stunning aspect of this rally was the almost complete, seemingly choreographed absence of the Old Glory throughout the vast crowd, estimated by organizers...

    07/26/2003 1:19:04 PM PDT · by Coleus · 75 replies · 1,668+ views
    <p>Little Gina Sambriski was drowned in a bathtub by her mother Wednesday, just as her father, Brian Ramirez, was waging a legal battle to get visitation rights for the 2-year-old girl.</p> <p>July 26, 2003 -- A Long Island father bitterly blamed bureaucrats and courts yesterday for the drowning death of his 2-year-old daughter Gina at the hand of her mentally ill mother.</p>
  • Estimate: One Utah woman in 5 was raped

    07/19/2003 10:54:27 AM PDT · by Excuse_My_Bellicosity · 64 replies · 501+ views
    Salt Lake Tribune ^ | July 19, 2003 | Ashley Broughton
    State and local officials disagree on the accuracy of a national study estimating that one Utah woman in five has been raped. However, most of them do agree that the situation bears a closer look. And a new multidisciplinary state council plans on taking one. The Utah Sexual Violence Council is made up of representatives from victim advocates and from organizations including the Department of Health, the Department of Corrections, the Utah Sentencing Commission and the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault. "It's just in its infancy," said Ned Searle, domestic violence state coordinator. "We're having the first real meetings in...
  • Lesbian pastor ruffles Southern Baptist tradition in Tenn.

    07/13/2003 1:43:26 PM PDT · by nwrep · 82 replies · 635+ views
    Associated Press ^ | July 5, 2003 | Jim Patterson
    Lesbian pastor ruffles Southern Baptist tradition Jim PattersonAssociated Press STANDING HER GROUND: April Baker, an associate pastor at Glendale Baptist Church in Nashville, Tenn., has brought condemnation upon the church from two Baptist conventions because she is a lesbian and her congregation has chosen to support her. July 05, 2003 — 2:12 a.m. NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The sermon at Glendale Baptist Church one recent Sunday recalled how Jesus mingled with tax collectors and prostitutes, refusing to snub people for the unpopular things they did. "What does it mean that God's love is for everyone?" preached Glendale member Eileen Campbell-Reed,...
  • The New Gender Gap: From kindergarten to grad school, boys are becoming the second sex

    05/16/2003 7:51:37 AM PDT · by Timesink · 105 replies · 3,936+ views
    BusinessWeek ^ | May 26, 2003 | Michelle Conlin
    <p>Lawrence High is the usual fortress of manila-brick blandness and boxy 1960s architecture. At lunch, the metalheads saunter out to the smokers' park, while the AP types get pizzas at Marinara's, where they talk about -- what else? -- other people. The hallways are filled with lip-glossed divas in designer clothes and packs of girls in midriff-baring track tops. The guys run the gamut, too: skate punks, rich boys in Armani, and saggy-panted crews with their Eminem swaggers. In other words, they look pretty much as you'd expect.</p>
  • Masculine Christianity

    05/05/2003 11:02:29 AM PDT · by Remedy · 8 replies · 228+ views
    Abiding Truth Ministries ^ | 2001 | Scott Lively
    Scripture teaches in Genesis that when God created man in His image, He created us male and female. The implication is that God’s character spans the full spectrum of masculine and feminine qualities. This attribute is also revealed in the person of Jesus, born as a male, but manifesting both masculinity and femininity in His actions. When exhibiting feminine qualities, Jesus was more nurturing and relationship-oriented than any woman. When exhibiting masculinity, Jesus was more forceful and results-oriented than any man.Unfortunately, the modern American church, along with the majority of its leaders, has rejected masculinity in favor of an effeminate...
  • Claire, the Lean, Mean, Killing Machine: This Woman's Army

    05/02/2003 11:11:50 AM PDT · by mrustow · 83 replies · 2,128+ views
    Toogood Reports ^ | 4 May 2003 | Nicholas Stix
    Toogood Reports [Weekender, May 4, 2003; 12:01 a.m. EST]URL: A Few Good Persons If you're goin' to fight for freedom, Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair, If you go to fight for freedom, April time will be a love-in there. Remember the song, "San Francisco"? As written by John Phillips and sung by Scott McKenzie, it was a big hit in 1967, a time when the city by the bay was famous for "flower children." "If you're going to San Francisco, Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair, If you're going to San Francisco,...
  • The Lessons of Roe: Thirty Years of Learning

    01/26/2003 9:28:03 PM PST · by Siobhan · 38 replies · 497+ views
    NRO ^ | 22 January 2003 - 9:00 am | Frederica Mathewes-Green
    I was what the sociologists call an "early adopter" of feminism. Soon after arriving at college, in 1970, I knew that it was the religion for me. I had discarded the religion I grew up with, Christianity, as an insultingly simpleminded thing, but feminism filled the gap. Like a religion it offered a complete philosophical worldview, one that displayed me as victim in the center, a feature with immeasurable appeal to a female teenager. Feminism had its own gnostic analysis of reality, by which everything in existence was decoded to be about the oppression of women; it had sacred books,...
  • Roe v Wade and the Rights of the Father

    01/26/2003 12:16:03 PM PST · by LonePalm · 57 replies · 1,715+ views
    triCity News | 1/23/03 | Tommy DeSeno
    Justified Right - The Conservative Alternative to triCity Roe v Wade and the rights of the FatherI propose a "Father's Abortion." Let a Father petition the Court to terminate his own parental rights to his child after the child's birth.The emphasis must not be on the right to abortion but on the right to privacy and reproductive control. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (speaking of a woman's right).This January 22 marks the 30th anniversary of Roe v Wade, the Supreme Court decision which overturned all State laws that would stop a woman from having an abortion in the first trimester. While...
  • Why Feminism Is AWOL on Islam (Got a HUGE barf bag? You're gonna need it! INSANE Must Read)

    01/17/2003 10:52:17 PM PST · by chance33_98 · 62 replies · 3,725+ views
    Winter 2003 | Vol. 13, No. 1 Why Feminism Is AWOL on Islam Kay S. Hymowitz Argue all you want with many feminist policies, but few quarrel with feminism’s core moral insight, which changed the lives (and minds) of women forever: that women are due the same rights and dignity as men. So, as news of the appalling miseries of women in the Islamic world has piled up, where are the feminists? Where’s the outrage? For a brief moment after September 11, when pictures of those blue alien-creaturely shapes in Afghanistan filled the papers, it seemed as if feminists...
  • Israel Investigates Bride's Bomb Remark

    11/26/2002 11:42:48 AM PST · by anymouse · 9 replies · 468+ views
    ABC/Associated Press ^ | Nov. 26, 2002
    When Israeli troops stormed Bethlehem last week, they seized an unlikely suspect on Israel's most-wanted list: Jala Abu Ajamia, a 17-year-old schoolgirl with no record of violence or political activism. At least a dozen soldiers entered her home in the Dheisheh refugee camp at 3 a.m. Friday. After capturing Abu Ajamia in her pajamas, they searched the house and questioned relatives for five hours, then handed her over to Israel's Shin Bet security service. Abu Ajamia attracted Israeli scrutiny in a most unusual way by complaining about an arranged marriage to a 27-year-old cousin. The teenager, who was then 16,...
  • The Bride Of Clintonstein (Be Afraid, Very Afraid)

    10/31/2002 3:07:36 PM PST · by KLT · 78 replies · 799+ views
    BSNN.NET ^ | 10-30-02 | Norman Liebmann
    Telling a New Yorker he's made a mistake is definitely a job for a volunteer, but as it is the place I was born and raised, I feel an obligation to tell the good folks that live there too a few things about the albatross they've hung around their collective neck. As much as any state in the Union, New York is populated by overachievers and pragmatists, not susceptible to the spiel of political con artists who show up periodically and try to pound sunshine up their asses. Suddenly they've decided to shoot crap with their state's future. The grim...
  • Feminists lobby for U.N. rights pact

    05/27/2002 10:42:30 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 8 replies · 187+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Tuesday, May 28, 2002 | By George Archibald
    <p>Feminist groups calling for U.S. ratification of a U.N. women's rights treaty are stepping up their lobbying as the Senate prepares for hearings on the pact.</p> <p>A task force of the National Organization for Women's Legal Defense and Education Fund last week sent out an "important action alert" to feminist groups nationwide, urging them to "call the White House switchboard" with a scripted message calling on President Bush to support the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).</p>
  • Let's Make Sure Boys Get to University

    04/24/2002 7:29:26 AM PDT · by Loyalist · 12 replies · 420+ views
    The National Post ^ | April 24, 2002 | Stephen T. Easton
    Let's make sure boys get to university Stephen T. Easton National Post The last decade of the 20th century saw a profound change in the enrollment structure of Canadian higher education. From 1987 to 1997, total university enrollment increased from 486,000 to 573,000. At the same time, the percentage of women enrolled increased from rough parity in 1987 to a level where there are now 120 women for every 100 men on campus. Remarkably, the national average is is reflected faithfully at the provincial level. This may be a boon for the social lives of the young men, but the...
  • Pushy feminists dominate the college town I live in

    04/16/2002 12:10:39 PM PDT · by gordgekko · 15 replies · 364+ views
    Enter Stage Right ^ | April 15, 2002 | Isabel Lyman
    Pushy feminists, who want to remake competitive boys into cooperative girls, run rampant in my neck of western Massachusetts. There are five colleges in the area, including two for women - Smith and Mount Holyoke - that aid and abet this old girls network through their respective (but not respectable) women's studies departments. These academic gulags are typically run by masculinity-and-make-up-hating harpies.If you are a guy who digs NASCAR, shingles roofs for a living, and was moved by We Were Soldiers, this place is an estrogen chamber of horrors. In fact, when someone sneezes, the politically correct say, "Goddess, bless...
  • Cyber-Misogyny

    04/08/2002 9:11:17 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 3 replies · 206+ views
    Opinion Journal ^ | 04/09/2002 | TUNKU VARADARAJAN
    <p>So far as I can tell, the Internet and established religion have forged a relationship that has been largely beneficial to people around the globe. My view is a commonsense one, based on the fact that the Web is a vast storehouse of information and opinion, which can just as easily be religious or spiritual as scientific, literary, political, sporting or sexual. Anyone with access to a computer and a dialup connection can unlock the door and trawl through its offerings.</p>
  • Racist, sexist writing on the walls in S.F.

    03/29/2002 4:13:38 PM PST · by veronica · 16 replies · 301+ views
    SF Examiner ^ | 3/29/02 | Alex Brown
    San Francisco's mantle as "the city of tolerance" is beginning to rival Philadephia's "the city of brotherly love" tag for sheer absurdity, following two separate anti-Arab and misogynistic attacks Tuesday. Vandals hit two addresses in the Mission District -- the headquarters of Community United Against Violence at 160 14th St., and the Women's Building at 3543 18th St. -- spray-painting slogans such as "Kill Arabs" and "C---" across walls, doors and a much-loved community mural. "This was a particularly nasty piece of vandalism," SFPD spokesman Sherman Ackerson said. "It has upset a lot of people." "The Women's Building is supposed...
  • Gloria Steinem's Islamist NOW Chapter

    03/26/2002 10:24:53 PM PST · by kattracks · 4 replies · 364+ views ^ | 3/27/02 | Debbie Schlussel
    Gloria Steinem should expatriate to the world of radical Islam. It's the best solution for America and for our enemies, judging from yet another ludicrous speech she delivered, Friday, in Palm Beach. According to the Palm Beach Post, "Whether discussing pedophile priests, domestic violence or the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, Steinem found the inequality between men and women a big part of the problem." But, regarding Sept. 11th, it wasn't the radical elements of the Muslim world that drew most of Steinem's ire. No. Instead, it was the way "we" raise our men. "We need to raise our...
  • NOW says- Oppose the Teen Endangerment Act (H.R. 476) says bill would be Lethal to teens...

    03/25/2002 7:09:41 PM PST · by chance33_98 · 7 replies · 188+ views
    March 22, 2002 Your action is urgently needed! Please call and email your U.S. representative immediately and urge her or him to oppose a bill that would be lethal to young women. The Teen Endangerment Act (H.R. 476), called the Child Custody Protection Act by its sponsors, would criminalize anyone other than a parent who accompanies a minor across state lines for an abortion if she has not complied with her home state's parental consent or notification law. A grandmother, older sister or religious counselor could face a year in prison and a $100,000 fine if convicted of taking a...
  • Unpaid Whores Strike Back (Follow up to College Girls: Unpaid Whores)Cornell Review

    03/19/2002 4:49:46 PM PST · by TLBSHOW · 465 replies · 1,516+ views
    cornellreview ^ | 3/11/2002 | Joseph J. Sabia
    Unpaid Whores Strike Back Last week's piece, College Girls: Unpaid Whores, elicited more feedback than any other article I have penned since my September 19th column on the 911 attacks. The responses have taken one of three forms: "Joe, I loved your column. It was one of the best you have ever written. Keep up the fight on the culture war! You're brilliant!" "Come on. Nothing has really changed in young people's sexual behavior over the years. You're overreacting. Find something better to write about." "You're such an a^^hole. You're going to be a f^^^ing virgin forever." To the first...
  • College Girls: Unpaid Whores

    03/19/2002 7:13:02 AM PST · by TLBSHOW · 543 replies · 13,937+ views
    cornellreview ^ | 3/4/2002 | Joseph J. Sabia
    College Girls: Unpaid Whores If you were to visit a women’s studies department at an elite university, you would encounter a wide variety of courses on the sexual liberation of women. The main thrust of these courses is that for too long, various social institutions have prevented women from exploring their sexual desires. Now, thanks to the heroism of such women as Gloria Steinem, Margaret Sanger, and Bella Abzug, women have been partially freed from the oppressive forces of male patriarchy. In other words, young women are encouraged to be whores. The chant of Gen. Y college babes might as...
  • XX Vs. XY: Feminist Theology, Fatherhood, And Motherhood

    03/19/2002 4:50:50 PM PST · by Starmaker · 6 replies · 266+ views
    ToogoodReports ^ | March 19, 2002 | Isaiah Flair
    Andrea Pia Yates has been found guilty as charged in the case of the systematic, methodical, premeditated murders of her own children. She chased them down, and used her superior strength to hold them under the water, as they struggled in mortal terror for their lives. The little ones she killed that day, in an act of horrific brutality, were: Paul, age 3; Luke, age 2; John age 5; Noah, age 7, and little baby Mary, the image of innocence at only 6 months of age. Yates, 37, will spend at least the next forty years of her life...
  • NOW Took Clinton Cash Before Falling Silent on Sexgate

    03/19/2002 9:09:09 PM PST · by Pokey78 · 50 replies · 1,158+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 03/19/2002 | Carl Limbacher and Staff
    The National Organization for Women received a series of unprecedented federal grants from the Clinton administration totaling over $700,000 before the women's group fell silent on charges a sexual harassment, sexual assault and even rape in the Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky cases four years ago. In an exclusive interview with, Tammy Bruce, former head of the Los Angeles chapter of NOW and more recently the author of "The New Thought Police," said the federal windfall to the nation's premier feminist group came in 1997, just after the Supreme Court decided that Ms. Jones could sue President Clinton before...
  • Gloria Steinem: How The CIA Used Feminism To Destabilize Society

    03/18/2002 12:13:28 PM PST · by Starmaker · 46 replies · 834+ views
    ToogoodReports ^ | March 18, 2002 | Henry Makow Ph.D.
    "In the 1960´s, the elite media invented second-wave feminism as part of the elite agenda to dismantle civilization and create a New World Order." Since writing these words last week, I have discovered that before she became a feminist leader, Gloria Steinem worked for the CIA spying on Marxist students in Europe and disrupting their meetings. She became a media darling due to her CIA connections. MS Magazine, which she edited for many years was indirectly funded by the CIA. Steinem has tried to suppress this information, unearthed in the 1970´s by a radical feminist group called “Red Stockings.” In...
  • Women firefighters say Sept. 11 has made their profession wrongly seem all male

    03/18/2002 9:14:06 AM PST · by white trash redneck · 175 replies · 6,311+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | 18 Mar 2002 | David Crary
    <p>NEW YORK (AP) The question is awkward to ask, but not hard to answer: Why were no women among the 343 firefighters killed at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11?</p> <p>Numbers tell the story. Nationally, roughly 2 percent of professional firefighters are female. In New York City, women account for just 28 of 11,400 firefighters less than 0.3 percent.</p>
  • Ins and Outs of a Young American's Roguery on Bus in China

    03/15/2002 3:14:25 PM PST · by Enemy Of The State · 39 replies · 469+ views
    The Peoples Daily ^ | 3/15/02 | Li Heng
    Ins and Outs of a Young American's Roguery on Bus in China   One day after the "March 8" International Women's Day, a young American teacher named Mark lifted up a Chinese woman's shirt and peeped inside on bus 370, made the woman's breasts exposed in public for seconds and then beat a passenger who tried to stop his indecent behavior. Five hours after, this young American excused himself of his roguery merely as "a touch" of the woman's shirt and claimed it a misunderstanding. But this American's dishonesty and all his professions of excuse were turned down and the...
  • FREEP ALERT: Leftist groups planning "anti-war" events in Seattle on 3/21/ & 3/23

    03/12/2002 11:48:04 AM PST · by ppaul · 5 replies · 232+ views
    Int'l. Womens Day-Seattle ^ | 3/12/02 | Leftist Fruits & Nutjobs
    *THURS MARCH 21, and subsequent Thursdays; 5 - 6 p.m., Westlake Park near 4th and Pine; PEACE VIGIL and leafletting to Stop the war on Afghanistan, by Women in Black, Women wear black; men welcome to leaflet; a peace group in the tradition of the women who vigil weekly in Israel / Palestine; info or 206-208-9715 *SAT MARCH 23, and subsequent Saturdays; 4 - 5 p.m., Westlake Park near 4th and Pine; PEACE VIGIL and leafletting to Stop the war on Afghanistan, or any other country, and to defend civil liberties, by 911 Peace Coalition; info Fred miller, Peace...
  • Studt Finds Sexism Rampant in Nature

    03/12/2002 12:09:52 PM PST · by Atlas Sneezed · 27 replies · 1,705+ views
    The Onion ^ | March 13, 2002
    Mobile/PDA | Books | Onion Merchandise amp; Subscriptions | National Distribution Personals | Media Kit | Employment | Copyright 13 March 2002 nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; SAN DIEGO#151;According to a University of California#150;San Diego study released Monday, sexism is rampant throughout the natural world, particularly among the highest classes of vertebrates. nbsp; Above: One of the millions of lionesses trapped in an abusive relationship. nbsp; nbsp; nbsp; quot;When we first decided to examine attitudes and behaviors toward gender roles among non-humans, we were wholly unprepared for what we would find,quot; said Jennifer Tannen, leader of the UCSD research team,...
  • Caption This! - International Women's Day

    03/10/2002 5:36:52 AM PST · by RippleFire · 35 replies · 345+ views
    Yahoo! News (AP) ^ | March 10, 2002
    Anti-globalization demonstrators march along New York's lower Broadway Saturday, March 9, 2002. As part of the fifth annual International Women's Day March, the demonstrators marched through the streets of New York protesting retailers engaged in global sweatshop manufacturing. (AP Photo/Nadia Cohen)
  • Global taxation for Americans: Joan Veon traces events leading up to current U.N. initiative

    03/07/2002 11:26:15 PM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 13 replies · 599+ views ^ | Friday, March 8, 2002 | Joan Veon
    To many people, the thought of a global tax sends goose bumps down the spine. In mid-March the United Nations – in conjunction with the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the World Trade Organization – will host a global conference entitled, "Financing For Development" in Monterrey, Mexico. For the past seven years, the United Nations has been raising the idea of a global tax on an unofficial basis at numerous global conferences. My knowledge of a global tax goes back to 1994 when I covered my first United Nations meeting in Cairo. I went there for a ...
  • First lady at UN beyond the burqa in Afghanistan

    03/07/2002 10:39:19 PM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 1 replies · 232+ views
    Reuters | Friday, March 8, 2002 | By Evelyn Leopold
    UNITED NATIONS, March 8 (Reuters) - Flogged, draped in an enveloping burqa and deprived of education and employment, Afghan women hope to emerge from the twilight zone of the Taliban, with first lady Laura Bush now championing their cause. Bush makes her debut address at the United Nations on Friday to commemorate International Women's Day after promoting the rights of Afghan women for months, an unexpected consequence of the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan. In November she delivered the weekly White House radio address, the first wife of a president to do so, saying the plight of women and children ...
  • Fathers And Abortion: Men Hurt Too

    02/10/2002 11:18:55 AM PST · by J.R.R. Tolkien · 210 replies · 1,999+ views
    Priests For Life ^ | Undated | Frank Pavone
    Fathers and Abortion Men Hurt Too (Fathers suffer from the abortion of their children...While the prochoice movement ignores the rights of fathers in this area, the pro-life movement acknowledges their pain and offers healing forgiveness, and a strong affirmation of the value of fatherhood.) If you're facing an abortion decision, or if there's one in your past, there's something you should know. Evidence is mounting that the fathers of aborted children can be dramatically affected by an abortion decision. Why are you affected? In many ways men respond very differently to the loss of a child from abortion. To understand ...
  • The Price Of Fatherhood: "The Daddy Tax"

    01/14/2002 9:22:42 PM PST · by Dr. Good Will Hunting · 7 replies · 423+ views
    Dads Against The Divorce Industry ^ | 1/10/02 | Glenn J. Sacks
    Glenn J. Sacks is the only regularly published male columnist in the US who writes about gender issues from a perspective unapologetically sympathetic to men. Glenn writes a regular column for the Los Angeles Daily Journal and the San Francisco Daily Journal. His columns have also appeared in the San Diego Union-Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Los Angeles Times, the Salt Lake City Tribune, the Los Angeles Daily News, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Ann Crittenden's popular The Price of Motherhood: Why Motherhood is the Most Important--And Least Valued--Job in America, released in paperback this week, has become the ...
  • EMILY'S HEART: How "Jane Roe" Of Roe VS. Wade Was Turned Pro-Life By A 7-Year-Old

    12/30/2001 7:32:57 AM PST · by Dr. Good Will Hunting · 132 replies · 2,463+ views
    Roe No More ^ | Unknown | Gary Thomas
    Norma McCorvey's Testimony&nbsp; |&nbsp; ROE NO MORE MINISTRY | Return to The Real Story | Roe v. McCorvey by Norma McCorvey with Gary Thomas I could out-cuss the most crass of men and women; I could out-drink many of the Dallas taverns' regulars; and I was known for my hot temper. When pro-lifers called me a murderer, I called them worse. When people held up signs of aborted fetuses, I spit in their face. I had a reputation to protect, after all. As the plaintiff in the infamous Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, my life was inextricably tied up ...
  • Exit Poll Shows More Women Are Pro-Life

    03/24/2001 8:56:16 AM PST · by Stand Watch Listen · 201+ views
    INSIGHT magazine ^ | March 23, 2001 | James P. Lucier and John Berlau
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The recently released results of an Election Day poll indicate there is a growing pro-life consensus among voters, according to Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, president and chief executive officer of the Polling Co. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;While the conventional wisdom among the political elite is that the majority of women demand wide availability of abortion, the data from 803 voters leaving the polls last November indicated that a plurality of the electorate (48 percent) and a little more than half of female voters (51 percent) favored a range of pro-life positions. &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;“A pro-life candidate, except perhaps for some of the coastal and New England states ...
  • The war of words in the battle against PC Nazi's

    12/29/2001 12:09:52 AM PST · by wwjdn · 18 replies · 269+ views
    self | wwjdn
    In the battle we are currently waging against the immoral and illogical Politically Correct (oxymoron) Lifestyle that is degrading our society, here are a few new definitions to help us win this ugly war. Please add to the list with your own definitions. Warning: if one of these definitions fit you, then you are slipping to the PC (other) side… Abortophibic: Irrational, uncontrollable fear of the premeditated murder of innocent children out of convenience of the mother. Americophibic: Irrational, uncontrollable fear of the American way of life and all it stands for. Choicophobic: Irrational, uncontrollable fear of possibly loosing the ...
  • Pro-Life Is Pro-Baby: Mel Gibson And Fatherhood Against Abortion

    12/19/2001 12:19:27 PM PST · by Starmaker · 169 replies · 1,468+ views
    Toogood Reports ^ | December 19, 2001 | Isaiah Flair
    "Feminists don't like me and I don't like them...I don't know why feminists have it out for me, but that's their problem, not mine." &#150; Mel Gibson (star of Braveheart, The Patriot, Lethal Weapon; 100% pro-life) "It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish." &#150; Mother Teresa "I am dedicated to spending the rest of my life undoing the law that bears my name. I would like nothing more than to have this law overturned." &#150; Norma L. McCorvey ("Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade) "Thou shalt not kill" ...
  • Children pay the price of gender feminism war (GREAT READ!)

    12/11/2001 6:50:52 AM PST · by dead · 76 replies · 1,340+ views
    Sydney Morning Herald ^ | 12/12/01 | Barry Maley
    Divorce, child care and pensions have grown as radicals urged women to flee the family 'monster', writes Barry Maley. For some radical feminists, males are patriarchal oppressors and the family is their torture chamber. So they impose a taboo on men talking about the effects of feminism upon family life and the rearing of children. Yet these feminists have dismissed the preferences of a great many women, gloried in the expulsion of men from the family, and made life harder for many children. But first, an important distinction. There are two kinds of feminism: "liberal" or equal opportunity feminism, and ...

    04/18/2000 5:38:24 AM PDT · by jordan8 · 347+ views ^ | 4-18-00 | Ann Coulter
    Ann Coulter April 18, 2000 Women are complaining again, this just in from Lifetime Television ("Television for Women"!), which commissioned a poll of women voters recently. According to the summary provided by the Lifetime Television Web page, the top concerns of half or more of the respondents were: the "insufficient effort to cure breast cancer," gun control, medical benefits, child care, the rising cost of a college education, the connection between pollution and health risks, violence against women, and equal pay. Nearly three-fourths believe it is more important for the government to shore up the Social Security Ponzi scheme than ...
  • Silencing Sommers - Corruption and Feminist Tyranny at HHS

    12/19/2001 7:09:21 AM PST · by Harrison Bergeron · 21 replies · 381+ views
    NRO ^ | 12/5/01 | Stanley Kurtz
    Imagine that a feminist heroine like Carol Gilligan or Catherine MacKinnon had been silenced by federal officials at a government-sponsored conference, simply for airing her feminist views. Then imagine MacKinnon or Gilligan being put upon by a group of paid government consultants and told by a man to "shut the f*ck up, bitch" while the rest of the crowd laughed at her derisively. Now imagine our feminist heroine, having been publicly silenced and insulted, finally leaving the conference, while the federal officials running the show did nothing to challenge or chastise the man who had hurled the insult. Of ...
  • Feminist fury

    05/31/2001 9:45:22 PM PDT · by kattracks · 211+ views
    Feminist fury The Washington Times Feminist fury House Editorial Published 6/1/01      When the Independent Women´s Forum bought advertising space in the UCLA Daily Bruin this spring to list and rebut 10 of &#34;the most common feminist myths&#34; (see, it was not the IWF and its arguments that provoked feminist ire on the sprawling West Los Angeles campus. That is, there were no calls to debate the refreshingly anti-establishment women´s organization. Nor was there a flurry of written rebuttals to the IWF ad (the paper carried approximately two dissenting letters), meetings or discussion groups. Instead, campus feminists, represented ...
  • Modern Manhood

    01/18/2000 11:06:53 AM PST · by dirtboy · 465+ views
    City Journal ^ | Fall 1999 | Roger Scruton
    Feminists have harped and harpied on about the position of women in modern societies. But what about the men? The radical changes in sexual mores, patterns of employment, and domestic life have turned their lives upside down. Men now encounter women not as "the weaker sex" but as equal competitors in the public sphere—the sphere where men used to be in charge. And in the private sphere, where an ancient division of labor once gave guidance to those who crossed its threshold, there is no knowing what strategy will be most effective. Manly gestures—holding open a door for a ...
  • Hang Male-Bashing Out to Dry

    11/27/2001 8:06:12 AM PST · by Big Guy and Rusty 99 · 69 replies · 725+ views ^ | 11/27/2001 | Wendy McElroy
    <p>Robert Rowan is proud of stealing 21 ceramic penises that were part of a domestic violence art show at the Boulder Public Library in Colorado. The faux severed penises were strung on a clothesline under the title "Hanging 'Em Out to Dry."</p>
  • Saving The CHRIST-CHILD: Thank God Mary's Joseph Protected Life; Will U.S.A. Men Fight For The Same?

    12/24/2001 5:13:38 PM PST · by Dr. Good Will Hunting · 57 replies · 826+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | December 25, 2001 | Rebecca Hagelin
    It's all about a little baby whose life was saved even before he was born. The pre-born child's mother was very young – and single. She was a pregnant teenager. Of course, we know now that the conception was Divine. But very early in her pregnancy, only Mary knew the baby was of God. Joseph, her fiancé, at first thought she had become pregnant by another man. Joseph must have been devastated. I'm sure he was both furious and heart-broken at the evident betrayal by the woman he loved. He probably also felt like killing her, which would have been ...