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  • Gingrich's thin skin has pushed him out of the race

    01/07/2012 8:41:23 AM PST · by shoedog · 119 replies
    multiple media | 1/7/2012 | self
    Newt has the right to fight back against his competitors, I have no problem with that. However when he starts by sounding like Obama and using the class warfare card on Romney's wealth, it is just plain stupid. Now his latest quip about taxing the blind, and scraping the bottom of the barrell is just more over the top whining. I really think Newt is probably the smartest and best informed candidate. However, his achilles heal has always been his ego, and the inability to handle rejection or negativity (a major part of politics) in a grown up fashion. It...
  • Principal apologizes after shocking video shows blindfolded students making out with their PARENTS

    12/16/2011 10:32:44 AM PST · by Charlespg · 104 replies
    Mail Online ^ | 16th December 2011 | Jennifer Madison
    They were told to expect a kiss from a 'special someone'. But the joke was on teenagers at Rosemount High School when the mystery lip locks they suspected came from their classmates... were actually from their parents. Now that footage of the cringe-worthy pep rally prank has gone viral, John Wollersheim says as the school principal he owes an apology to everyone who was offended by the incestual display.
  • Wanted: Blue-Collar Workers - Who will power America’s new industrial revolution?

    12/09/2011 8:43:24 PM PST · by neverdem · 108 replies · 2+ views
    City Journal ^ | Autumn 2011 | Joel Kotkin
    T o many, America’s industrial heartland may look like a place mired in the economic past—a place that, outcompeted by manufacturing countries around the world, has too little work to offer its residents. But things look very different to Karen Wright, the CEO of Ariel Corporation in Mount Vernon, Ohio. Wright’s biggest problem isn’t a lack of work; it’s a lack of skilled workers. “We have a very skilled workforce, but they are getting older,” says Wright, who employs 1,200 people at three Ohio factories. “I don’t know where we are going to find replacements.” That may sound odd, given...
  • Rosie O'Donnell: Newt Gingrich 'Should Read a History Book'

    Rosie O'Donnell, possibly one of the most uninformed people to ever be given a television program, actually ridiculed the intellectual capacity of Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich Thursday. Appearing with fellow brainiac Joy Behar on the HLN program thankfully in its final shows, O'Donnell called the former Speaker of the House a "joke" saying, "Perhaps he should read a history book" JOY BEHAR, HOST: Yes, but I mean, what about Newt's plan to drop the child labor laws and put kids to work as janitors? ROSIE O'DONNELL: Yes. BEHAR: I mean, where does he come up with this crap? O'DONNELL:...
  • Saw a "WAVE" anti card in person today (WI)

    11/23/2011 6:03:22 PM PST · by marktwain · 18 replies
    opencarry.org ^ | 22 November, 2011 | bmwguy11
    I was at my buddy's local restaurant this morning for breakfast. I was "casually concealed" in which I was using a serpa II OWB holster, but my sweater covers most of it, and when I have my jacket on it completely covers it. During the course of my meal I was getting warm, so I took my jacket off, and I caught the glance of some lady and her friend. They clearly saw my gun and acted as if they wanted to flee in horror. As I finished eating and paid for my meal, one of the women got up...
  • Nike, Microsoft, Google support striking down Defense of Marriage Act

    11/08/2011 8:39:09 AM PST · by Constitutionalist Conservative · 17 replies
    LifeSiteNews ^ | November 7, 2011 | Christine Dhanagom
    BOSTON, November 7, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A lawsuit that could nullify the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) has received the support of major U.S. corporations, who filed a brief opposing the law in federal court this week. A friend-of-the-court brief filed last Thursday in the case of Commonwealth of Massachusetts vs. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services argues that DOMA, which protects marriage as between a man and a woman in federal law, imposes crippling burdens on employers. Seventy employers are represented in the brief, including Microsoft, Starbucks, Google, NIKE, Levi Strauss and Co., CBS, Aetna, Blue Cross...
  • Are Public-School Teachers Underpaid?

    11/01/2011 9:11:48 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 109 replies · 1+ views
    National Review ^ | 11/01/2011 | Andrew G. Biggs
    Education Secretary Arne Duncan thinks public-school teachers are “desperately underpaid” and has called for doubling teacher salaries. In a new paper co-authored with Jason Richwine of the Heritage Foundation, I look into whether teachers really are desperately underpaid, or underpaid at all. Jason and I find that the conventional wisdom is far off the truth. At first glance, public-school teachers definitely look underpaid. According to Census data, teachers receive salaries around 20 percent lower than similarly educated private-sector workers. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says teachers’ benefits are about the same as benefits in the private sector. But both the...
  • Are ratings really that bad? Rosie and Oprah do tequila shots together on air as OWN still struggles

    10/19/2011 6:11:31 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 37 replies
    Mail Online ^ | 10/18/11 | JOHN STEVENS
    They were meant to be the saviours of the ailing network. Rosie was supposed to bring back her famous chat show charm and Oprah was going to share the lessons she had learnt in 25 years of her show. But the only lesson Oprah seems to be offering on her ailing channel OWN, is when the going gets tough, turn to drink.
  • Aspiring presidential Michele Bachmann sad throwback to 50's America (Spew-tastic)

    08/18/2011 8:02:31 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 23 replies
    The Montreal Gazette ^ | August 18, 2011 | Janet Bagnall
    Forty years ago, women in North America began a sustained and organized protest against entrenched interests that denied them equal opportunity in the workplace, equal pay and the right to be taken seriously as candidates for public office. The backlash was immediate and furious: Women didn't deserve to be paid as much as men. Their natural talents confined them to teaching and nursing. They were not smart enough, well-informed enough or tough enough to run for public office. If Michele Bachmann had emerged 40 years ago, it would have felt like the Old Boys who ran the world had a...
  • Wailing women of NOW descend on the Emerald City of O

    03/27/2009 6:30:27 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 5 replies · 452+ views
    RenewAmerica.us ^ | 3-27-2009 | Carey Roberts
    The scene is reminiscent of the Wizard of Oz scene when hordes of winged monkeys are poised on the castle parapet, ready to snatch up Dorothy and her three affable sidekicks. But this time it's not a harmless fairytale, it's a cabal of feminists determined to turn our society into a socialist paradise. These women dismiss any criticism with a "to the victors go the spoils" shrug. But the fact is, men played a major role in handing Barack Obama his White House victory. During the Democratic primaries, Barack beat Hillary in large part due to support from the male...
  • Barbara Kay: Dallas Transit throws all men under the bus in male-bashing ad campaign

    10/30/2008 12:14:08 PM PDT · by buccaneer81 · 17 replies · 1,107+ views
    National Post ^ | October 29, 2008 | Barbara Kay
    The images you see here are taken from an ad campaign about domestic violence that has been running on, and inside, Dallas City buses since October 1. The young boy with the cheerful smile announces that one day he will beat his wife. The demure, sweet-faced girl shyly asserts that one day her husband "will" (not may) kill her.
  • Nasty Feminists Don't Get Love

    03/11/2008 8:19:10 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 56 replies · 2,067+ views
    Townhall ^ | March 10, 2008 | Katy Grimes
    What happens to women who have shunned men and consequently shot themselves in the... not foot... well... let's just say they don't get any love. Man haters have cooked their own gooses. But they don't cook either. Oops. Hmmmm. Man haters have cleaned their own clocks. Oh Darn. They don't clean. Okay. Let's try again. Apparently the housekeeping analogies don't work with this subject. Man haters have shot their... nope. That doesn't work. Let's just say that man hating women are S. O. L. Does that work? Man hating women have created so much inner hated for the traditional and...
  • Clinton tangles with Obama in 'Oppression Sweepstakes'

    01/27/2008 12:51:59 AM PST · by jdm · 21 replies · 160+ views
    CNN ^ | Jan. 27, 2008 | By John Blake
    ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama may be competing in the South Carolina Democratic Primary Saturday, but they're also vying for the top prize in another contest: The Oppression Sweepstakes. That's how Michael Jelani Cobb, an African-American historian, describes the surge of venom that recently erupted between the Clinton and Obama camps. The sweepstakes kicks in when two excluded groups find themselves competing for the same prize. He says that took place in the 19th century when the abolitionist, Frederick Douglass and his ally, women's rights' activist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, argued over what group should first be...
  • Jane Fonda slammed for not paying female employees

    08/19/2007 3:52:10 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 81 replies · 3,655+ views
    Yahoo! Movies ^ | August 16, 2007
    Veteran actress and feminist Jane Fonda has been slammed for not paying her female employees working in the actress' radio network Green Stone Media. The twice Oscar winner and the radio network's co-founder Gloria Steinem have been accused of "putting their own reputations above their female employees' finances." According to the New York Post, Fonda and Steinem are 'refusing to pay severance, and the founders won't file for bankruptcy protection because it would publicly embarrass Jane and Gloria.' However, the 'Klute' star's spokesperson has denied the reports and said that the accusations are unfounded. "This is pure speculation. There is...
  • Lucy Pin-Ups Banned by RAF (Offensive to Muslims and Feminists)

    06/06/2007 9:25:15 AM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 174 replies · 18,006+ views
    ThisIsHampshire.net ^ | Tuesday 5th June 2007 | Jon Reeve
    Lucy pin-ups banned by RAF ROYAL Air Force chiefs have risked a bust-up with their pilots by forcing them to black out pictures of pin-ups painted on their planes - including Hampshire glamour girl Lucy Pinder. In the 1940s it was common to see the likes of Rita Hayworth and Jane Russell adorning the fronts of Lancaster bombers and flying fortresses setting off en route to their German targets. Countless more pictures of anonymous girls were splashed across aircraft, in poses almost as risque as their crews' missions were risky. Sixty years on, when British airmen fighting the Taliban in...
  • Nose Art: Naked Women Driven From Afghanistan

    07/01/2007 10:24:05 AM PDT · by llevrok · 42 replies · 8,984+ views
    StrategyPage.Com ^ | 6/28/07 | James Dunnigan
    When the British Ministry of Defense found out that Harrier pilots and ground crews in Afghanistan had painted racy images ("nose art") on their aircraft, they ordered the troops to cease and desist. In addition to the possibility of women in the Royal Air Force complaining (none have, so far), there was the risk that some Afghans would be offended. No Afghans have complained yet, and Afghan men who had seen the nose art, usually studied it intently. The concept of nose are was invented by American pilots and ground crews during World War II, and quickly adopted by their...
  • Woman Charged With Malicious Castration

    12/30/2006 7:44:35 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 28 replies · 1,554+ views
    A woman was charged with malicious castration for allegedly attacking a man during a Christmas party, police said. Rebecca Arnold Dawson, 34, is accused of grabbing the genitals of a 38-year-old man during a fight that erupted early Tuesday morning at a party hosted by the man's girlfriend. All three were heavily intoxicated, Lillington Police Chief Frank Powers said. "I believe he needed more than 50 stitches to repair the damage, but he is back home at this point," police Cpl. Brad Stevens said Friday. "All we can tell you is that the injury was done with her hands. There...
  • Misandry and why men have a right to complain

    10/06/2006 6:15:31 AM PDT · by fgoodwin · 7 replies · 583+ views
    The Daily Campus ^ | 3/6/03 | Anon
    Misandry and why men have a right to complainhttp://www.dailycampus.com/media/storage/paper340/news/2003/03/06/Commentary/Misandry.And.Why.Men.Have.A.Right.To.Complain-387438-page2.shtml?norewrite200610060901&sourcedomain=www.dailycampus.com http://tinyurl.com/n3xmf Posted: 3/6/03 Philip Wylie, in his prophetic book on American culture, "Generation of Vipers," places much emphasis on the Law of Oppositeness. The Law is not his, as he acknowledges, but is an old idea that there is an inherent dichotomy in the world around us. Natural phenomena would include light and dark, good and evil, or man and woman (one can see that Taoism plays a large part in Wylie's theories). Wylie also extends the law to include responses to environmental stimuli. He writes that the law recognizes "Newton's...
  • Let boys be boys (brain dead social engineering in kids' sports)

    09/29/2006 8:11:51 AM PDT · by GMMAC · 33 replies · 1,431+ views
    Calgary Sun - Canada ^ | Fri, September 29, 2006 | Jose Rodriguez
    Let boys be boys Calgary Sun Fri, September 29, 2006 By JOSE RODRIGUEZ For the love of God, turn off the gender blender. No man in his right mind would argue that women don't deserve equal pay, equal respect and equal status. But mandating that girls have the right to play on boys' teams has nothing to do with advancing women's rights, and if anything, it will only end up hurting both sexes. Back in 1992, Canadian goalie Manon Rheaume made history as the first woman to lace up for an NHL team. She gave up two goals on...
  • O'Donnell on ABC: 'Radical Christians' no different than murderous radical Muslims

    09/14/2006 6:00:10 PM PDT · by Iam1ru1-2 · 88 replies · 3,662+ views
    AFA | American Family Association
    Neither O'Donnell nor ABC has apologized ABC's Rosie O'Donnell told a nationwide audience this week that "radical Christians" are the same as radical Muslims who piloted hijacked jetliners into New York's Twin Towers, who chop off the heads of individuals and who bomb innocent children in suicide attacks. O'Donnell made her comments as host of ABC's "The View." "Radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America where we have separation of church and state," O'Donnell said. She had been saying that America was attacked "not by a nation." She continued: "And as a result...
  • Feminist Greer slams Steve's antics (Germaine Greer Happy that Steve Irwin is Dead)

    09/05/2006 12:21:56 PM PDT · by Arec Barrwin · 109 replies · 7,642+ views
    News.Com.Au ^ | September 6, 2006 | Fiona Hudson
    Feminist Greer slams Steve's antics By Fiona Hudson in London September 06, 2006 01:00am Article from: The Daily Telegraph AS glowing tributes and praise for Steve Irwin filled newspapers and television screens around the world, fellow Australian Germaine Greer launched a distasteful tirade on the much-loved Crocodile Hunter yesterday. Most London papers carried sympathetic news articles, features, columns and obituaries mirroring the disbelief felt in Australia. But Greer launched a scathing attack on Irwin, declaring "the animal world has finally taken its revenge". In her column in The Guardian newspaper, Greer said the wildlife warrior displayed the "sort of self-delusion...
  • DontDate Web site sued for defamation

    06/30/2006 2:46:38 PM PDT · by familyop · 59 replies · 3,267+ views
    UPI ^ | 30JUN06 | UPI
    MIAMI, June 30 (UPI) -- A lawyer has sued a Florida-based Web site claiming he was defamed on Don'tDateHimGirl.com. The site allows women to vent about ex-boyfriends and spouses and, presumably, to warn others about their exes' nasty habits. But Todd Hollis of Pittsburgh says his former girlfriend published false and malicious information about his health and sexual habits. "When you have to explain to someone that you don't have herpes or that you are not a dog or that these accusations are malicious and false it really bothers you," Hollis told the Miami Herald. "You feel awkward when you...
  • Fewer men in college worries officials

    06/27/2006 10:22:58 AM PDT · by SmithL · 7 replies · 296+ views
    Contra Costa Times ^ | 6/27/6 | Matt Krupnick
    Jude Onwuemeka Jr. remembers a joke in high school that explained why many of his male classmates were not planning a college education. "More girls go to college because guys aren't stupid enough to go to college," the boys said, according to the 19-year-old Oakland native, who just finished his second year at Contra Costa College in San Pablo. "That shows you how people are thinking," he said. At Contra Costa College, enrollment figures show that he is right: Just 35.7 percent of last fall's student body was male, the lowest percentage since at least 1992. While Contra Costa College's...
  • Our Mother Jesus . . . a sermon by US church's new head

    06/21/2006 5:08:05 PM PDT · by pissant · 93 replies · 1,993+ views
    London Times ^ | 6/22/06 | staff
    The Episcopalians are in disarray as their primate shows her feminist credentials THE Episcopal Church in America descended into chaos last night after leading bishops on both the liberal and conservative wings dissassociated themselves from a last-gasp effort to avert a schism with the worldwide Anglican Communion. Just hours after its newly elected woman head preached a sermon in praise of “our mother Jesus”, the Episcopal Church agreed to “exercise restraint” in appointing any more gay bishops after a tense day of debate and argument. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, welcomed the resolution with gratitude and what appeared...
  • Defying church, 12 "Catholic" women to be ordained here

    06/15/2006 2:51:17 AM PDT · by Cavalcabo · 76 replies · 819+ views
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | 6-15-06 | Marylynne Pitz
    On July 31, a dozen well-educated, experienced Roman Catholic women will pass into uncharted spiritual waters on a boat cruising Pittsburgh's rivers. On that afternoon, three women in vestments will lay their hands on the heads of the 12 women and anoint their hands with oil during an ordination ceremony that will be the first of its kind in the United States. Among the participants is Joan Clark Houk, 65, of McCandless, who with seven other women are answering a call to be priests; the other four are candidates to be deacons. It will be the fourth such ceremony in...
  • Dixie Chicks Return to No. 1 on Charts [Disgusting feminist herd.]

    06/01/2006 3:48:24 PM PDT · by familyop · 65 replies · 2,555+ views
    Associated Press by way of Forbes ^ | 31MAY06 | JOHN GEROME
    The Dixie Chicks appear to be more popular than the president these days. President Bush's approval rating has plummeted, but the Chicks are on top of the pop and country charts with their first album since publicly criticizing Bush three years ago. They did it without the support of country radio, which largely ignored the Dixie Chicks after lead singer Natalie Maines told a London audience in 2003 that the group was ashamed Bush was from their home state of Texas. The new album, "Taking the Long Way," took the No. 1 spot Wednesday on the country albums chart and...
  • Environmentalism and the apocalypse

    04/17/2006 6:32:35 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 21 replies · 641+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | April 17, 2006 | By Cathy Young
    THE MOST contentious recent battle between creationists and evolutionary biologists is not the debate about the newly discovered ''missing link" between fish and land animals. Rather, it is a bizarre incident that involves predictions of doomsday and charges of encouraging terrorism. At bottom, this conflict is not about religion versus science but about the clash of two religions. It started early in March when Eric Pianka, an ecologist at the University of Texas who was named Texas Distinguished Scientist of 2006, gave a speech at a meeting of the Texas Academy of Sciences, filled with dire warnings about the fate...
  • The Myth of 'The Boy Crisis'

    04/08/2006 3:24:16 PM PDT · by palmer · 66 replies · 1,966+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Sunday, April 9, 2006 | Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Chait Barnett
    It was the early 1900s, and boys were supposedly in crisis. In monthly magazines, ladies' journals and books, urgent polemics appeared, warning that young men were spending too much time in school with female teachers and that the constant interaction with women was robbing them of their manhood... Now the cry has been raised again: We're losing our boys. The media have been hyping America's new "boy crisis" in magazine cover stories, a PBS documentary and countless newspaper articles... The boy crisis we're hearing about is largely a manufactured one, the product of both a backlash against the women's movement...
  • Unite For Child Support (MEGA BARF ALERT!!)

    01/28/2006 8:21:45 AM PST · by buccaneer81 · 48 replies · 983+ views
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 27 January 2006 | Editorial
    Unite for child support Time spent with kids doesn't cut cost of rearing them, so state shouldn't use it as reason to slash payments Published on: 01/27/06 The women in the state Senate — all seven of them — united this week across party lines and stood up for mothers and kids. Their 35 peers in the House must do the same if Georgia is to limit the damage to single mothers and their children caused by a bill changing how child-support payments are calculated in Georgia. Under the bill, noncustodial parents can reduce the amount of child support they...
  • It's Pay Or Punish

    01/26/2006 7:00:29 PM PST · by buccaneer81 · 54 replies · 1,063+ views
    The Times Leader ^ | 22 January 2006 | Terri Morgan-Besecker
    Luzerne County Child Support It’s pay or punish Conahan’s crackdown questioned By TERRIE MORGAN-BESECKER tmorgan@leader.net “I got to the point that I just basically gave up.” Stephen Galchefski Jailed in support case JENKINS TWP. – Seven months ago Stephen Galchefski had an apartment, a truck and a job working in a tire store that paid $10 an hour. It wasn’t much, he said, but somehow he managed to scrape by, despite an $880-a-month child support order that most months left him $400 a month to live on. Then a bout with depression and an alcohol problem landed him in a...
  • Adultery Is Killing the American Family

    09/22/2005 5:48:16 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 407 replies · 6,656+ views
    Illinois Leader ^ | 9/22/05 | Nathan Tabor
    We hear a lot of talk these days about the need to protect and strengthen the traditional American family. Certainly, it is true that the institution of marriage is under attack from every side. But the real threat comes from the multitudes of couples that fail to honor their marriage vows. Adultery is one of the most terrible "facts of life" in contemporary America. If you watch the daily soap operas on TV ­ many of which are just soft-core pornography ­ you might get the impression that there are more people cheating on their spouses than remaining faithful. And...
  • Cruel and Unusual -Terri

    06/22/2005 8:06:02 PM PDT · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 333 replies · 2,893+ views
    NY Times ^ | 6/23/05 | Bob Herbert
    "Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last?" asked Joseph Welch in his famous confrontation with the pathologically cruel Joe McCarthy. "Have you left no sense of decency?" More than a half-century later, I would ask the same question of Florida's governor, Jeb Bush. In an abuse of power that has been widely denounced, and has even appalled many of his own supporters in the Republican Party, Governor Bush has tried to keep the Terri Schiavo circus alive by sending state prosecutors on a witch hunt against her husband, Michael. The state attorney who has been pushed by...
  • Schiavo autopsy vindicates husband

    06/15/2005 7:21:37 PM PDT · by familyop · 38 replies · 1,692+ views
    The Guardian ^ | 16JUN05 | Jamie Wilson
    US examiner concludes that brain damage was irreversible An autopsy on Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman whose condition sparked a legal, medical and political battle that divided America, has backed her husband's contention that she was in a persistent vegetative state before her feeding tube was removed. The report, released yesterday by a medical examiner in Florida,found she had massive and irreversible brain damage, and was blind. It found no evidence she had been strangled or that Michael Schiavo, her husband, had abused her, as her parents had claimed. But the cause of her collapse 15 years ago remains...
  • What Women Want

    05/24/2005 12:48:37 PM PDT · by neverdem · 189 replies · 3,874+ views
    NY Times ^ | May 24, 2005 | JOHN TIERNEY
    Suppose you could eliminate the factors often blamed for the shortage of women in high-paying jobs. Suppose that promotions and raises did not depend on pleasing sexist male bosses or putting in long nights and weekends away from home. Would women make as much as men? Economists recently tried to find out in an experiment in Pittsburgh by paying men and women to add up five numbers in their heads. At first they worked individually, doing as many sums as they could in five minutes and receiving 50 cents for each correct answer. Then they competed in four-person tournaments, with...
  • Michelle Malkin: The Wonkette-ization of Laura Bush

    05/03/2005 2:10:11 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 1,200 replies · 18,613+ views
    Michelle Malkin ^ | May 3, 2005 | Michelle Malkin
    Most of Mrs. Bush's humor at the correspondents' dinner was just right: Edgy but not over the edge. But I think the stripper and horse jokes were totally beneath her. Just put it to the other-shoe test: If it were Teresa Heinz Kerry standing up on the dais telling the same jokes, the conservative commentariat would be buzzing for the rest of the year about what a tasteless skank she is.
  • Anti-crime activist faces drug, violence charges

    04/30/2005 6:06:35 PM PDT · by familyop · 10 replies · 507+ views
    BOISE, Idaho -- An Idaho woman once held up by the Bush administration as a crusader against domestic violence has become entangled in a case that involves meth, death and many unanswered questions. Barbara Dehl, 49, was held Friday in the Ada County Jail. This past week, a grand jury indicted her on two felony counts of kidnapping and one count of trafficking methamphetamine. The charges stand in stark contrast to Dehl's life five years ago, when she stood with teary eyes next to Republican Gov. Dirk Kempthorne as he signed a law named after Dehl's deceased daughter, Cassandra Dehl....
  • UC BERKELEY STUDY - What do Hitler, Mussolini, Reagan and Rush Limbaugh Have in common....

    07/22/2003 6:48:32 PM PDT · by Fred · 107 replies · 1,767+ views
    UCBerkely News ^ | 22 July 2003 | Kathleen Maclay
    Researchers help define what makes a political conservative By Kathleen Maclay, Media Relations | 22 July 2003 BERKELEY – Politically conservative agendas may range from supporting the Vietnam War to upholding traditional moral and religious values to opposing welfare. But are there consistent underlying motivations? Four researchers who culled through 50 years of research literature about the psychology of conservatism report that at the core of political conservatism is the resistance to change and a tolerance for inequality, and that some of the common psychological factors linked to political conservatism include: * Fear and aggression * Dogmatism and intolerance of...
  • Adams: Ridiculous man-hating lesbians

    06/08/2003 11:11:46 PM PDT · by cgk · 16 replies · 337+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | 6-9-03 | Mike S. Adams
    Ridiculous man-hating lesbiansMike S. Adams (archive) June 9, 2003 | Print | Send Dear Women's Studies Professor:I recently read the comments you made to a local newspaper during Womyn's Herstory Month (WHM), which, I believe, used to be referred to as "March." It may surprise you to know that I agree with your assertion that the university used bad judgement in sponsoring a concert by the rapper Ludacris during WHM. I don't think there is ever a good time to have the rapper sing about "bi***es" and  "hos" in the name of campus diversity.I also agreed when you told the...
  • Finding the best woman to run for the White House

    01/08/2003 1:06:47 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 34 replies · 370+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | January 8, 2003 | Robin Gerber
    Senator Clinton has repeatedly vowed to finish out her first term, which ends in 2006. But she would be foolish to pass up the 2004 opportunity, especially if President Bush's economic plans start to crash and burn and his war whoops lead to body bags. Clinton would leap to the front of the pack on name recognition alone. She's a terrific fundraiser and New York voters would forgive her if she made a credible but unsuccessful run. She would return to the Senate as a more powerful member and be a battle-tested contender for 2008. COLLEGE PARK, MD. -...