Feminism

Notable Quote – Gregg Gutfield, on Feminism

by Skip August 9, 2014

“The fact is, guns do more for female empowerment than modern feminism which prefers government as their protector. But legal ownership gives you real power, equalizing the battle between you and evil. Ask any girl: The confidence from learning to shoot a pistol is far superior to any gender studies course, and a stalker is […]

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Competition proves that women are unequal to men

by Skip February 20, 2014

In times past, I’ve been glued to the screen watching the Olympics – this time, not so much.  TMEW has been and with the DVR, has saved off some of the events that she knows I’d like to watch a bit – short course speed skating, bobsled, bi-athalon, some of the other skiing, and snowboard.  […]

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Marine Corps: Politican Correctness, Diversity, and Feminism for combat?

by Skip December 29, 2013

From the Eldest, a prior Marine: “This is gonna get a lot more people killed” From the Washington Examiner, news that many of us said would soon be forthcoming when Obama made the decision that women would be serving in combat – that standards would be lowered: The Marine Corps has delayed the requirement for […]

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And California doubles down “No difference between boys and girls in school”

by Skip August 12, 2013

The California bill, which was backed by a coalition of organizations including Transgender Law Center, Gay-Straight Alliance Network, Gender Spectrum, Equality California, ACLU of California, National Center for Lesbian Rights… “When everyone is special, then nobody is special”  – The animated movie “The Incredibles” I posted up about a school district being forced by the […]

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Looking in the rear view mirror

by Susan Olsen July 21, 2013

As I set out to ride the first waves of feminism, my late father that told me being a girl got me nothing more than the first five minutes; after that, if I didn’t have the wit and will to compete, it wouldn’t matter.  He was right. I was focused like a laser on my work; so […]

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“June is ‘Worthless Degree Awareness Month’”

by Susan Olsen July 4, 2013

Via Vox Populi H/T Ace: “Now I’m going to teach you a hard, but very important lesson.  You see, I  don’t care how you feel.  I really don’t.  More importantly, neither does anyone else.  Only about 200 people on a planet of 7 billion actually care about your feelings, and that’s if you’re lucky.  The sooner you […]

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GrokTALK! June 8th, 2013 – Ashley Pratte – Cornerstone Policy Research

by Steve MacDonald June 9, 2013

Ashley Pratte, Executive Director at Cornerstone Policy Research is on to talk about Real Feminism, the actual war on women, how the left has hung its own women out to dry, taxing marriage, non-parenthood, and the lefts contradiction on empowerment, as we explore the prejudice against women that comes from the left. Listen Here Download […]

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Coming Up On The Next Edition Of GrokTALK!

by Steve MacDonald June 7, 2013

This week when we assemble in Concord, New Hampshire to record the next edition of GrokTALK! out guests will be… Di Lothrop from Nashua joins us to talk about the NRCC event coming up on Friday June 14th (evening) with guest speaker Dr Betsy McCaughey. Ashley Pratte, Executive Director at Cornerstone Policy Research will be […]

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Latest feminist word on rape: “Just another bad thing that can happen to you.”

by Tim Condon January 26, 2013

Now that American servicewomen can officially be assigned to combat duty—and more likely capture by the enemy—the feminist party line is changing on rape. The old line is that rape the worst possible crime that can ever be committed, “a crime committed by all men against all women” (per feminist icon Susan Brownmiller). Today? No […]

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Ah yes, Iranians are finally “getting” with the feminist agenda – letting them drive

by Skip December 7, 2012

(H/T: Powerline)

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Has Forty Years Of Feminist Culture Had an Epiphany?

by Steve MacDonald August 4, 2012

New York City ‘Officials,’ which I take to mean ‘experts’ have gotten this crazy idea in their heads.  Feeding babies breast milk may actually be better for them.  The babies not the officials.  Although, maybe….no.  Not going there. The NPR headline reads New York City Officials: Breast Milk May Be Best ‘Formula.’  You think? I […]

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