Tag Archives: misogyny

The Feminist Plantation

I don’t think there is anything I can add to this: Originally posted at NewsReal 90 years after the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, giving women the vote, Democrats are actively seeking to figuratively repeal the amendment. They … Continue reading

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Send the Men away

I think they call this sexism… In case you were unsure of what she said, here it is: “We go to the ladies room and the Republican women and the Democratic women and we just roll our eyes. And the … Continue reading

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Symbolic Rape

The hard left is a dangerous place for women, children, and other living things.  So says Robin of Berkeley whose incisive commentary in American Thinker deserves to stand all on its own: When I was in college, I read a … Continue reading

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Can liberals handle the Truth? Not if its Sarah Palin

Whatever Obama says tomorrow in his speech to Congress (does this man do anything other than give speeches?) will certainly be received, revered, and raved over by the media and in blog world.  However whatever he says will sound inevitably … Continue reading

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Liberal “comedian” declares open season for rape… leftists feminists stone silent

Yet again the supposedly enlightened and zealously concerned liberal feminists have shown their absolute hypocrisy and revealed their all too obvious bias against anything or anyone that doesn’t tow the party line. That is to be expected. After all, these … Continue reading

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MS. Ogyny — what liberals really think of women’s rights

So women’s liberation is really not women’s liberation when you don’t tote the liberal line. For as much screeching (and yes I use that word intentionally) that there’s been about how women’s voices and opinions need to be heard and … Continue reading

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