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Girl Power

Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Madeleine Albright & the sad sound of feminist desperation by Suzanne Venker On Friday, Gloria Steinem told Bill Maher that young women are only voting for Sanders because that’s where the boys are. It seems women don’t think…

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Gender Myopia

From Nick Gillespie in Reason Magazine, Everything’s Awesome and Camille Paglia Is Unhappy! excerpts: I am an equal opportunity feminist. I believe that all barriers to women’s advancement in the social and political realm must be removed. However, I don’t…

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Getting Beyond Race

In The National Review Kevin Williamson writes With Landrieu’s Loss, the End of an Epoch Excerpts: Naturally, this will be seized upon as an opportunity to proclaim the grapes sour: The Democrats, being intellectually dishonest, cling to the myth that…

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Defying Julia

Kevin Williamson writes Julia Lost  in The National Review excerpt A funny thing happened in the “war on women” — Mia Love and Joni Ernst won, Wendy Davis and Sandra Fluke lost. The representative who will be the youngest woman ever…

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The Victims of the Post Prejudice Era

Those that have identified themselves in their fight against racism, sexism, and prejudice have become victims of their own success. Young blacks are better educated and getting better jobs and have not grown up to news reels of black protesters…

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The Cost of Feminine Power

The rise of feminine power has tapped into a resource that had been underutilized. Women now make up a large proportion of accountants, lawyers and doctors.  It would seem that is this the fulfillment of the wishes of the early…

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Victims of the Feminist Revolution

In 1940 55% of college educated female workers in their thirties were employed as teachers.  As opportunities  for women broadened the best and the brightest left teaching and went into other higher paying fields.  The school teaching profession experienced a…

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