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Should be. But DOJ scumbags are like ticks: unless you crush them, they show up to suck something or someone else.
The symbolic ghost of Brady condemns the all-too-living demonic entity known as Brandon Van Crackhole. There must be a remedy for lying out the crackhole.
So from doing something foolish, he becomes a fool. Law clerks who work for him need to be investigated; who do they answer to? Have you read anyone else publicly suggesting as much?
Of course not. Somebody use it. Or STFU and never dare to complain again. Skip to content. In an op-ed today, the NYT takes facts and tries to create a completely false narrative.
She sent it confidentially as a curtesy to the Department—giving DOJ an opportunity…. They were willing to tear down the rule of law and destroy the bedrock principles of justice and due process on which our system depends, all for their own….
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She wrote that the act of sex, by its nature, is violent and debasing to women, yet she maintained an open sexual relationship with a man—Jean Paul Sartre.
De Beauvoir claimed she wanted to liberate women from their unhappy lot, yet seduced a number of young, vulnerable girls whom she was teaching at the Sorbonne, before introducing them to Sartre so that he could seduce them as well.
De Beauvoir and Sartre exchanged many letters detailing their sexual exploitations and ruthlessly mocking the subjects of their conquests.
The other two founding mothers of feminism were no less disenchanted with stable, heterosexual relationships.
To be clear, Betty Friedan claims she was abused by her husband although her husband is now attempting to refute that allegation which if true, is tragic; and being a lesbian does not make one a bad person.
What is clear, though, is that from De Beauvoir, to Friedan, to Millett, feminism is the brainchild of women who had a warped view of marriage and rejected marriage as a societal good.
It is absolutely baffling that so many modern women have adopted the principles and beliefs of these three figures.
If I wanted to get advice on how to be the finest attorney possible, it would be silly to go ask a medical doctor for tips. Instead, I would look for someone in my own profession who has excelled in the field in which I aspire to achieve.
Feminism is the philosophy of women who rejected, in one way or another, and targeted for extermination, the very lifestyle that the super-majority of modern feminist women ultimately aspire to attain: marriage, children, and a happy home life.
It is entirely irrational to support and promote feminism, because it seeks the destruction of your own way of life. This complete disconnect from the reality of what feminism really means and what it seeks to accomplish is on awkward display when prominent feminists like Emma Watson publicly grapple with the dissonance in the philosophy they espouse.
But my recent research has shown me that Feminism has become an unpopular word. The taint of man-hating cannot be expunged from the feminist movement, because it is the core of true feminism.
Feminism has survived and even thrived, because the rank-and-file do not seek or demand a complete understanding of the philosophy.
Today, we have an entire generation of young American women who no longer can articulate a cogent explanation of their beliefs.
They cannot explain in any kind of depth what feminism has accomplished or how it will bring about the change they desire.
Modern feminists cannot even agree on what feminism means. The majority identify amorphous notions of feminine strength and independence as core values of feminism.
They yearn for all the fundamental societal ideals that true feminism hopes to destroy. Feminism has not changed.
It has not evolved with a new generation to mean something less radical or less destructive than that pushed by De Beauvoir and her intellectual progeny.
Instead, feminism today takes advantage of the widespread ignorance—the lack of any true understanding of the ideology—to rally women to support concrete political action that will enshrine actual, radical feminism in the Constitution.
Young would-be feminists would do well to explore the foundations of feminism, and learn what the icons of the movement believed and planned to accomplish.
Feminism is not a general term for girl-power or independence; it does not change based upon the subjective opinions of the women who have adopted feminism as a pet cause.
It was formed by intelligent women who loathed something in themselves and about themselves that most of us, no matter our ambitions or career paths—doctors, homemakers, lawyers, working-moms, teachers, CEOs, students—prize and cherish.
Feminism seeks the destruction of a way of life—family life—and it hopes to erase every distinction between men and women—distinctions we have celebrated and appreciated throughout human history and across cultures.
Human Events published an edited version of this post in May of This morning, The Washington Post ran an article about plans that are being made to reopen the economy.
Although the White House certainly has emergency authority to mandate all number of efforts to respond to crisis, and obviously can bring pressure to influence local leaders, the coronavirus has highlighted the structural nature of the Constitution and that one of the saving graces in the insanity we are living through is that lockdowns are local.
When the states formed the Union, they ceded power to a federal government cautiously, carefully granting to Congress enumerated powers and creating checks and balances to keep the federal government from evolving into tyranny—at least that was the plan.
Bill Gates, Dr. On the federal level, emergency measures—no matter how necessary—always pose a danger to freedom.
Historically, the exercise of authority triggered by an emergency brings to life a new federal power that never returns to the fully dormant posture from which it came.
I find our current lockdowns particularly chilling. They effectuate a sweeping deprivation of civil liberties and, in my opinion, many of the current lockdowns far exceed the uncontroverted evidence necessary to justify them.
This is one reason it is much better to have emergency powers exercised at the local level, where citizens can better control the leadership making the decisions.
DeSantis did for some time. Local control also means it is easier to correct overreach. It is easier for the people to hold state leaders accountable if and when emergency powers are abused, than to fight the federal government.
This week we have seen multiple lawsuits crop up across the nation as citizens balk at draconian enforcement measures.
In North Carolina a group of homeowners have filed suit against local leaders who are blocking their access to their vacation homes on the Outer Banks.
Former Governor Mike Huckabee is one of several homeowners in Florida suing because they have been told they cannot use the private beaches at their oceanfront properties.
In Kentucky, the governor has announced law enforcement will record the license plates of anyone showing up to a mass gathering and then transmit that information to the health officials who will order a day quarantine of those persons.
It is good to see these lawsuits emerging, but we need to collectively start objecting to statewide lockdowns, too.
The herd mentality that has swept the nation and imprisoned Americans across the country does not have the proper evidentiary basis, and the precedent, if left unchallenged, can and will be abused in the future.
Public outcry should be widespread and loud. The President is under tremendous pressure to keep the country closed and needs and wants!
Worried Americans should be supporting the President and governors to reopen the economy on May 1 st. My mom underwent surgery yesterday to remove the sarcoma tumor in her ankle.
The final two rounds of chemo accomplished more than we thought they would, and her doctor was very pleased to tell her that he had saved her leg from amputation.
We were all very pleased to hear that! I came home in time to spend a few days with Mom before her surgery. She has recovered so well from her scare just two weeks ago, and she was able to walk and enjoy the beautiful spring weather with us all.
Her surgery went smoothly, but she was very slow to wake up. Due to the coronavirus, only one person could go with Mom to the hospital, so my poor dad spent all day waiting for her to come around.
It was a long day, but certainly a blessed one. Thank you for your prayers, texts, and emails. We are so grateful for the love and encouragement, and I know that your prayers have propelled us to this successful surgery.
America was supposed to be an untouchable safe zone despite the unpredictability of the rest of the world, yet suddenly we were brutally wounded and wondering where the next blow would fall.
America was on her knees, confused and hurting, facing an aggressive and to the average American unknown enemy.
Yesterday, I flew from Washington, D. When my plane took off, it raced up the runway at Reagan National past cluster after cluster of empty jetways.
Even from 30, feet, I could see major highways across the country were all but bare. We all fear this pandemic. But for many of us, our fear is not simply the invisible virus, it is the deafening silence of the American economy and the internal and external repercussions that might flow from a shutdown if it extends too long.
The internal threat is that a prolonged shutdown could ultimately wipe out the middle class and fundamentally alter our national DNA. This shutdown has a tipping point, a point at which small business will no longer be able to hold out.
Wherever the tipping point is, if we reach it and tip, it is not overly dramatic to say that the life of the nation is on the line. What it took me many years to realize was that life would never ever be the same again.
The external threat is China. We are a nation at war. These are very real and very chilling fears. The positive news is that Donald Trump is our President in this time of crisis, in this time of war.
We could not have found a President better equipped to handle this emergency, because Trump has proven commitment and expertise in the three critical areas needed to navigate the trade-offs we have to evaluate—he truly values American life, he understands the American economy, and he understands we are at war with China.
Trump is both empathetic and patriotic, which means he will do everything in his power to protect the health and lives of American citizens from this virus.
Already he has taken decisive action to encourage lifesaving treatments and produce critical medical equipment. He has the obvious covered.
Less obvious, but perhaps more critically, he also has shown a special expertise in the economy. His first term pays tribute to his ability to create a robust economy.
I take a lot of comfort in the knowledge that Trump understands how vital the American middle class is to our national character and our freedom, and that he knows just how far he can push this shutdown before the middle class folds.
He must know he cannot push small business past the breaking point. In the past three years, his strong stance on tariffs weaponized our economy against the CCP and other dangerous regimes that have sought to wreak havoc on America and take American lives.
He will have an eye to those threats as he plots his pandemic strategy. The key is to understand that our national lockdown is not without consequences.
Fear of illness and I fear the coronavirus can blind us to other dangers that could rival that of a pandemic.
Reinvigorating the economy which is certainly more complicated than simply reopening the economy, but also certainly starts there is critical.
No one should be ashamed to worry and wonder about dangers posed by a nation at stand-still, and no one should be criticized for demanding our leaders and our press engage with those concerns, too, despite the sickness that surrounds us.
My mom is doing much better. The hospital was very aggressive in targeting her pneumonia and she responded well to the antibiotics. Although her lungs were too weak to undergo a biopsy after all and so we have to wait to hear about the spots on her lungs , we are grateful she has improved so well and that her pneumonia seems to be clearing up.
One hurdle at a time. Skip to content. April 11, Lockdowns Are Local And Need To Be Challenged. Mom's Successful Surgery. March 29, Legitimate Fear in the Face of Shutdown.
March 21, Published on American Greatness, June 21 , The protests and riots that have ravaged the country this past month have brought with them demands made to police and military personnel to kneel in solidarity with protesters.
Watch the latest video at foxnews. Published on The Federalist, May 18, Several days ago, Dave Portnoy—an internet personality and the founder of a popular sports blog called Barstool Sports—released a three-minute video in which he vigorously ranted against the ongoing lockdowns.
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