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“I’m so angry that he put us in this situation. I’m in no mood to help him right now.”

That from an ally over NH Gov. Chris Sununu signing HB1319, the latest Bathroom Bill (aka “today I feel like a women even without the lady bits so I’m going into the ladies room”) and HB587 (gotta let gays be gays and no talking them out of it) which is a sop to the gay lobby …

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“Athletic Performance” and “Longevity” are “Western values” Based on Elite White Bias

Two Feminist health “experts” included a chapter in their new book in which they mull “mainstream nutrition science” and how it “rests upon elite, white, and educated modes of thinking, and that the values mainstream nutrition promotes are “Western values.” “ No, they aren’t happy about that. Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t feminism …

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Why are Fathers important?

Let me add to Mike’s “Happy Fathers Day” with this from Instapundit (reformatted, emphasis mine): VIRGINIA ALLEN: The Importance of Dads in an Increasingly Fatherless America. There is a “father absence crisis in America,” according to National Fatherhood Initiative, and the results are sobering. Studies have found that children raised without a father are: At a higher …

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Hey, JHo, stop lying – Your “we need a conversation” has been going on since the 60s

You and Eric Holder (he of the “I believe, continue to be, in too many ways, a nation of cowards” slam against the US) are of the same ilk.  Really, do you really think you own the moral high-horse to be telling the rest of us we have to have a conversation (or else!) like …

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Drinkin’ his own booze

Back in my coal mining days in southern Appalachia, there was a saying folks had: “He’s drinkin’ his own booze” and it was not a compliment.  In those days, good stuff could generally be defined as spirits that wouldn’t make you go blind and the way to tell was by putting a dibby dab in a …

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