Rational people know that a man could never become a woman! It’s impossible—no matter what is chopped off or sewn on a person’s body or how many hormones are pumped in, the DNA is unchanged; your gender will never change. Yet a man who calls himself a woman is suing the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) for not allowing him to compete in their tournaments. He claims that under California law, his “civil rights” are being violated by not being allowed to play with the women.
The first-ever film to tell the entire story of the conservative woman in her own words, “Fire from the Heartland” is a powerful statement about America at a crossroads and the women who have awakened to the crisis. With role models such as Clare Boothe Luce, Margaret Thatcher, and Phyllis Schlafly as inspiration, these women are the unintended consequence of the liberal feminist movement.
Read the amazing story of Bridget Bedard who grew up in a non-religious home in the turbulent 1960s, became a feminist and a lesbian…only to reach the end of herself and realize how empty her life was. After a life-changing encounter with God, she is now a married mother of six who, while life is still not a bed of roses, finds things are much better living life as she was intended to.
Isn’t it interesting how liberals are so solemn and full of deeply respectful tones any time they talk about the goals and accomplishments of liberal female politicians? Isn’t it interesting how that all disappears when liberals talk about conservative female politicians? It definitely disappeared when Badlands Blue talked about Republican U.S. House candidate Kristi Noem.
American Minute from William J. Federer Susan B. Anthony, whose face is on a U.S. dollar coin, died MARCH 13, 1906. Raised a Quaker, her father owned a cotton mill and refused to buy cotton from farmers who owned slaves. Susan B. Anthony’s religious upbringing instilled in her the concept that every one is equal [...]
President Barack Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act into law yesterday. Ostensibly, the law is designed to make it easier for women to sue employers for pay discrimination. So is Obama an equal-pay employer? According to CNS News, Obama’s female senate staffers only made 78% of what their male counterparts made. The data, analyzed [...]
BY STAR PARKERFOUNDER & PRESIDENTCOALITION ON URBAN RENEWAL & EDUCATION Wonder why, in a survey reported by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism, only 28 percent said they “believed all or most” of what they see on CNN? CNN’s Campbell Brown took three minutes of prime evening news time the other night to berate [...]
There are certain things you can see coming from a mile away, and (ironically) liberal myopia is definitely one of them. So it was this morning as I published today’s “American Minute” by historian William Federer. The piece highlighted Sojourner Truth’s Christian faith and her inspired work in the abolitionist movement. Realizing how liberals have [...]
In the latest news on that fiery conservative feminist Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, Fox News reports she has been endorsed by an unlikely source: the Los Angeles chapter president of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Shelly Mandell, president of the LA chapter of NOW endorsed Sarah Palin at a rally yesterday. Also, [...]
Apparently CBS is cool with slamming sexism if the object of the sexism is a liberal feminist…but not if the object of the sexism is a conservative Republican woman. The Politico says CBS has whined about it, so the ad was taken off YouTube. The ad included a clip of Katie Couric: “One of the [...]
These conservative women are going to stand up for Sarah Palin. Michelle Malkin, Wendy Sullivan, Freeman Hunt, Pamela Geller, and Skye in a Sarah Palin tribute video.
Have you seen the new Sarah Palin action figure? I wonder if she’s able to leap a pro-abortion rally full of screeching feminists in a single bound; that would be quite a feat!
Ever wonder why Governor Sarah Palin is so fantastically popular–not just with Republican men, but with women? From Daniel Henninger’s WSJ column: I asked a number of women this week to account for Sarah Palin’s sudden appeal. Here are the common threads. The angry woman-as-victim drives them nuts. They hate victimology. As one woman said, [...]
Michelle Malkin points to an incident from the “mainstream” media that not only highlights their lack of objectivity, but their hypocrisy. Channel 7 in Denver accidentally had the mic on, didn’t realize it, and were talking about how McCain and Palin must be sleeping together, talking in a “sexist” manner about her physical attributes, etc. [...]
Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Jennifer GoldChristian Post CorrespondentTue, Jul. 08 2008 11:22 AM EDT After lengthy debate, the Church of England’s General Synod voted on Monday to confirm its support for the ordination of women as bishops without offering much in the way of safeguards for objectors. The Synod had already [...]
Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Maria MackayChristian Today ReporterTue, Jun. 17 2008 09:01 AM ET “There is no doubt that we are at an unsettled moment in the Church of England,” the Secretary General of the Church of England General Synod told journalists on Monday. Outlining the agenda for the July Synod [...]
John Lott Jr. has a very intriguing piece at Fox News. Ostensibly, it has to do with the question of whether there is bias against women in politics, brought on by the Clintons claims that Hillary Clinton is the victim of sexism in the presidential race. However, it examines a much larger and more fundamental [...]
BreakPoint – Chuck Colson and Mark Earley Does Nature Play Fair?A “punishment,” an “unfair toll,” a “terrible fact” — what awful event could these words describe? According to one writer, they represent the dark reality of having a baby. Click here to listen From OnePlace.com
Sex charges involve childrenST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH01/19/2008 ST. CHARLES — A 31-year-old woman was jailed Friday on charges she forced two children to imitate sex acts portrayed in a pornographic movie. The woman, Jennifer N. Loggans, also had sexual contact with the children, both of whom are under 12, police said. Loggans, of St. Charles, faces [...]
By Carrie K. Hutchens There is even the “thought” (according to a news title) that if Hillary Clinton wins, it is a win for all women in the world? I have some rich farm land in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, too. Let’s get real. Oh no…a Dr. Phil phrase (nearly) slipped out of [...]
What happened to that “glass ceiling?” From Reuters: Female directors in corporate America earned median compensation of $120,000, based on the most recently available pay data, compared with $104,375 for male board members, research group The Corporate Library said in its annual director pay report on Wednesday. I’m sure feminists will still find some reason [...]
I definitely don’t have a problem with a woman being president, but I am definitely particular about the woman that gets elected. I don’t just want “any” woman, simply because she is a woman and possibly can stir up enough money and power to push her way into the office. I want one that knows [...]
Colbert won’t appear on SC ballot By JIM DAVENPORT, Associated Press Writer 31 minutes ago South Carolina Democrats squashed Stephen Colbert’s fanciful White House bid on Thursday. Colbert, who poses as a conservative talk-show host on the Comedy Central cable network, filed to get on the ballot as a Democratic candidate in his native South [...]
Carey Roberts has an interesting piece on women and “equal rights” at ifeminists.com. He asks if it’s time to scale back the “pedestal,” i.e. the pedestal upon which civilized men have always placed women in some fashion or another. Roberts makes the case that when the radical Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was shot down back [...]