Newsweek Frets Over Conservative Hotties; Newsweek, Heal Thyself
On June 1st, Right Wing News posted their “20 Hottest Conservative Women in New Media (2010 Edition).” Their first edition was last year and it was born in response to Playboy’s Guy Cimbalo and his disgusting hit piece on conservative women. His article (term used loosely) was a list which was comprised of conservative women that he’d like to “Hate Kedoodle.” Only, you know, he used | Read More »
Worse than you think, Ace.
When you’re a Democrat, not only can you use “I’m sleeping with her” as a stealth job prerequisite for an US Attorney’s position – HI, Senator Max Baucus (D) of Montana! – but when you’re a Democrat you can also publicly disrespect inconveniently conscientious female journalists (even if they’re African-American ones) when they insist on doing their jobs. Although I will admit that at least | Read More »
Statists Still Don’t Get They’re The Problem; Sarah Palin Edition
You heard that right, folks, statists don’t get that they’re the problem when it comes to sexism and racism. Oh they like to say they stand up against those things; but even when they appear to do so, it usually falls so short as to appear farcical. Case in point, Salon harridan Joan Walsh tries to take Newsweek to task for the sexist cover with | Read More »
Chris Matthews, Howard Fineman sexualize their digs at Gov. Palin.
It’s not surprising that Matthews isn’t visible in this clip. He’s the sort who’ll hide his face during an attack: …and unlike Ed Morrissey I don’t assume class from anybody at Newsweek until proven otherwise – which is a working methodology that has been completely justified by Howard Fineman’s example. But if you disagree that Fineman’s not reachable, well, his email’s firstname.lastname@example.org and the main | Read More »
Maureen Dowd is a Raging Snob!
OK, I admit it. When it comes to Maureen Dowd, I’m like a moth to a flame. I know that I have already written a diary about how ridiculous she is, but I am back for more. This time, I would like to try her (and The New York Times) in the court of public opinion, and if you all would be so kind as | Read More »
A Post-Election Plan, Part Two
Hi. In Part One of this Post-Election Plan series I gave some advice to our candidate in 2012, Govenror Sarah Palin. I described in detail why it was vital that she immediately set up a PAC, and much more. If you haven’t read Part One, please do so after reading this. We’re still two days out from the Election, so I want to focus on | Read More »
Issues RECAP, categorized reasons why BHO would be dangerous as our next President
The land of a thousand Issues, well maybe not that many…[UPDATED: April 2009, to correct/fix links (that were getting errors) to RS4.0 Directory locations. (RS:Help 4.0)] Friends/Associates – “You have to know where you’ve been, if you want to know where you’re going.” Barack Obama nice how he admits/tells us his past associations matter. Hear Obama himself say it at: Caleb (absentee) Diary – Obama | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Hillary Clinton
, Joe Biden
, Sarah Palin
Tim Mahoney (D-FL) is Done
It’s a good thing Tim Mahoney is a member of a party that respects women and has an enlightened view on gender issues. A Republican caught in flagrante delicto might have handled this in a misogynystic or sexist way:
I Want To Vote For A Black Man!
I want to vote for a black man. I would love to vote for a woman for that matter. Or a Jew. Or a paraplegic. In fact, I’d really like to vote for a wheelchair-bound Jewish black woman. That would pretty much forever eliminate this ridiculous argument that America, as a whole, discriminates on the basis of skin color, sex, religion, or physical abilities. I | Read More »
Say it isn’t so, Mort ?!?!
I have been watching FNN’s “The Beltway Boys” and have been listening to Mort Kondracke, knowing that he is not as big a fan of Gov. Palin as I am. Initially, Mort was quite negative about Gov. Palin’s ability to step in as President, should that be necessary [and please alert the Media – all the Media – that it is really getting so tiresome | Read More »
Whose minding the children?
*How many children does Obama have? How many children does Biden have? *How many children does McCain have? How many children does Palin have? There is one thing all of these candidates have in common, well make that two. McCain, Palin, Obama and Biden have children and all of them are involved in politics. Yet only one of the above has been questioned on the | Read More »
Obama has a problem with strong women
Barack Obama has a problem with strong women, and he is demeaning to women in general. While I am even willing to give him the benefit of the doubt on the whole “lipstick on a pig” snarky aside, (though I have my doubts), there are several incontrovertible points: Exhibit A – Barack Obama flicks Hilary Clinton off in this video. Exhibit B – Barack Obama | Read More »
Remember When Andrew Sullivan Used to be a Credible Blogger?
I’m sure that newcomers to the blogosphere often wonder why anyone ever reads Andrew Sullivan. Since Obama came along, after all, Sullivan has been nothing but nothing more than just another no-talent Obama sycophant who is inordinately obsessed with convincing himself that the Catholic Church does not really mean what it teaches on homosexuality. In other words, no one that anyone would want to read. | Read More »
Disgusting Sexism from the Democrats- UPDATED
Folks, I can’t believe the sexism that’s spewing out from the Democrats on the matter of Trig Palin. It’s not just the garbage about how a woman who is the mother of a special-needs child shouldn’t try to have a successful career at the same time. On top of that, the insane, offensive and obviously untrue story about Trig being the son of Governor Palin’s | Read More »
How much of the ‘Curtain Vote’ will Palin bring?
What exactly is the ‘Curtain Vote?’ Simply stated, it is a vote that is different than a person’s stated public position. People can tell pollsters and friends one thing and then vote the other way once they are behind the voting booth curtain. This peculiar phenomena first started to appear in the eighties when black candidates ran for elected office in increasing numbers and racism | Read More »