Today, March 8, is International Women’s Day. The Jan. 21 Women’s March organizers have called for an international women’s strike (paired with women’s groups in more than 30 countries) in which women refrain from paid and unpaid labor. Since the Women’s March on Washington made such a splash, an observer might assume it was in […]
While many of you are already checking your browser’s address bar, No, this isn’t ‘The Onion.’ Just when you thought that liberal tolerance couldn’t get any better, comes this story out of the New York Times Magazine: ‘Timothy’ as “he” likes to call “himself” (quotes for emphasis) was a new student at Wellesleyan last year. While filling out his application he applied as his genetically-born | Read More »
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In the aftermath of the presidential election, the Democratic Party has been in the midst of a heated debate over “identity politics,” ignited partly by an op-ed by the Columbia University intellectual historian Mark Lilla. Lilla and his supporters argue that Hillary Clinton’s campaign focused too much on reaching out to specific groups, especially minorities, […]
Those poor Democrats in D.C. It’s been a tough month for them. They lost the White House, they’re not in control of Congress, and now they’re being labeled “bigots” by liberal colleagues. What is usually directed at Republicans is now being hurled at Democrats by their own. Politico reports: Senate Democrats are facing growing pressure to break the white male stranglehold on senior staff positions | Read More »
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This past year, in high-profile confrontations across the country, student activists have been making demands about campus climate and diversity. Those have included removing symbols or institutional names linked to slaveholders or to institutional racism, and removing administrators accused of racial insensitivity. But mobilized students share at least one demand: supporting demographic diversity on campus. […]
Debbie Wasserman Schultz tries to avoid explaining why Democrats speak diversity but never actually practice it where it counts, with candidates.
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The push for the faux idea of equality among the sexes will not disappear. For some, more is never enough. And those certain people spotlight the things which aren’t discrimination and turn them into that serious crime. The feminist movement is obsessed with the superficial but claim the opposite. While they pretend to despise the idea of making assumptions based on looks, they do the exact | Read More »
Now I know what is wrong with this country, we are too smart! I just found an article on RightWingNews.com that proves what I am saying! Well, if you watch this video, from that article, and believe it, then America has a problem, we are too smart! Follow the link to We Need To Redefine […]