Why do Deb Fischer and the Nebraska GOP Approve of Degrading Remarks about Women and Minorities?
What happened this weekend in Nebraska is just the latest example of how Donald Trump’s hostile takeover of the GOP has poisoned good people – and it won’t be the last. Deb Fischer – through her nephew – was so intent on being a good soldier for Trump that she failed to stop her nephew’s hatchet job resolution against Ben Sasse – even though Sasse | Read More »
Pete Wilson Endorses ‘Not Anti-Immigrant’ and ‘Not Anti- Latino’ Ted Cruz
Wilson highlighted the fact that Cruz is “not anti-immigrant” and “not anti- Latino”:
And by the way, something that you and I know but the mainstream media just won’t write. He is not anti-immigrant. He is, as am I, for legal emigration of the kind that has made this country great. And I might point out that he is hardly anti-Latino
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TARGET STOCK IN TOILET: Boycott Passes 1 Million As Corporate Losses Pass $2.5 BILLION!
The above screenshot is from the AFA website, where the Boycott Target Pledge has now surpassed a million signers. After the news broke recently about Target’s preposterous policy of allowing any man to use the women’s restroom for any reason (and vice versa), which they masqueraded as “inclusiveness” for “transgender” customers and staff, the backlash was fast and has not stopped growing. Videos are being | Read More »
Amendment for drafting women added to House Defense bill.
“Should women serve in combat?” and “Should women be drafted?” are actually two different questions, thanks.
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Women On Trump: “We’re Just Not That Into You”
Could women stump the Trump? It would seem the ladies don’t have much fondness for any of the candidates in any great capacity, whether they sport a D or an R, but of all the Presidential hopefuls, Trump is not doing too well with the fairer sex. According to a March NBC/WSJ poll, Trump has 52% of women GOP voters saying they could support him, but | Read More »
Trump: Women Like Me Because I Protect Them
Despite a Gallup poll that came out on Friday indicating 7 out of 10 women have an unfavorable view of Trump, the candidate himself sees it differently. This is not shocking, because as we know, Trump’s proclamations and the truth don’t necessarily go together. The past few weeks and months have more than shown how Trump himself, and his campaign, feel about, react to, and categorize | Read More »
New Poll: Women Really Don’t Like Trump
It’s no surprise that women don’t like Trump. The past few weeks have shown his campaign’s disregard for women with its response to employed thug Lewandowski’s behavior, and recently, Trump’s own statements on punishing women who have abortions. According to a new Gallup poll released Friday: …Trump’s image among U.S. women tilts strongly negative, with 70% of women holding an unfavorable opinion and 23% a favorable opinion of | Read More »
Donald Trump: Disrespecter of Women
A female Trump supporter once said to me a reason she supports Donald is because he cherishes women. You need only look over the past week, and the Trump campaign’s dealing with the incident involving Corey Lewandowski and Michelle Fields, to see his true nature toward females. That any woman could be anything but disgusted by his words and actions directed at women this election cycle, and in | Read More »
Will Middle Class Establishment GOP Women Decide New Hampshire primary
New Hampshire primary voters are notorious for making up their minds who they are going to vote for late — often just days or hours before their ballot is cast. In an interesting article at WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, Frank Perullo and Michael McLaughlin of The Novus Group, tell us that “younger, middle and upper-middle class, establishment GOP women may swing this election.”
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Trump Campaign Field Organizer Files Sex Discrimination Complaint Against Campaign
Trump’s women problem might be the result of the insults he sprays at opponents — male and female alike, the persistent appearance of misogyny, that called Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly a “bimbo” and said she had “blood coming out of her wherever,” the note he sent to a New York Times columnist telling her she had “the face of a dog,” or Trump’s very ungentlemanly comments about Carly Fiorina.
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The Supreme Court and White Men
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 »
The Cowardly Women of Reproductive “Rights”
Women? You are fools. You women who brazenly wave the banner of abortion and label it reproductive “rights”? You are cowards. You collect stolen empathy for being born female, and deem any decision you make regarding pregnancy a “right”. Then you carry on like a victor who has crusaded for equality. Except you’re not. You’re the epitome of selfish, and are everything opposite of what | Read More »
Abortion Industry Opposes Women’s Health and Safety to Protect Sacred Profits at Supreme Court
I’ve been following and writing about this case since it was being considered in the Texas legislature.
Now it’s being called “biggest abortion case at the Supreme Court in nearly 25 years.”
Last night the Supreme Court temporarily blocked a pro-life Texas law from going into effect, allowing the abortion industry to remain in its unregulated utopian death camp, walled off from basic health and safety standards, as the case likely comes before the high Court.
It all began with Kermit Gosnell.
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College Students: Vote for Hillary because she’s a Woman
As the first week of Hillary Clinton’s official campaign for President draws to a close, she has still been very hesitant to lay out a policy agenda. She claims it’s because she wants more voter input, but ultimately, it’s almost certainly because she doesn’t want people to know what she believes. After all, taking a star on a controversial issue might scare away voters. Nevertheless, | Read More »