Sunday, August 13, 2017

Nor do former US Senators get to decide

by Skip August 13, 2017

SHOT: (WMUR) former US Senator Gordon Humphrey (then R-NH) “I think the man, frankly, suffers from mental illness.  I think he is unfit to be President” Humphrey is calling for the president to be declared mentally incapacitated by a panel of doctors and stripped of his executive powers under the 25th Amendment. “I think the man, […]

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Beating back leftist censorship

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2017

This content has been removed. – The Editors

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Sex at UNH: Consent and Bystander Intervention

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2017

Did you know that New Hampshire law forbids initiating sex with someone under the influence of drugs and alcohol? That’s what it says on the “About Alcohol” header of the UNH “Consent and Bystander Intervention” page, which reads, Alcohol or drugs are often used as a tool for sexual assault.  UNH policy and New Hampshire law forbid […]

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Guest Hosting Girard at Large – Monday Morning, 6-9 am ET

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2017

Tomorrow morning from 6-9 am Eastern Time I will be guest-hosting the Girard at Large Radio Program on 90.7 FM, WLMW. Susan Olsen and Bob Clegg are along for the ride with Guests Eva Castillo-Turgeon (The ins-and-outs of Immigration), Jim Kofalt and Diane Bitter (603 Alliance -Initiative 18), Kimberly Morin (Politically Buzzed), and whatever else crosses […]

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Unity Shmunity

by Scott Morales August 13, 2017

In one of my favorite podcasts “Mad Dogs and Englishmen”, Kevin D. Williamson said something that I’ve been thinking about for a long time but could never quite get out very well. So, of course, Kevin being Kevin, voiced it in a much more succinct and intelligent way than anything I would have come up […]

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Kim Jong Un Wants to Take Us to Flavortown?

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2017
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Social Justice Wardens Tap Fat Shaming for Political Advantage

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2017

Fat Studies or Weight-Based Oppression could be the new Social Justice Belle of the Ball. At Princeton, This seminar investigates discourses and politics around the fat body from a performance studies perspective,” the course description states. “How does this ‘f-word’ discipline and regulate bodies in/as public? How do dancers reveal these politics with special clarity? […]

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