May 2, 2002
Mea culpa

Well, you can't always trust what you read on the Internet. I'm usually the skeptical one. When I get those e-mails warning about some new virus, I check it out first. When I get e-mails suggesting that Madeline Murray O'Hair is suing the FCC to ban the broadcast of Christmas songs, I patiently point out […]

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April 30, 2002
Chivalry is dead

Following up on my post about ABC's "The Bachelor," it appears that I was right about Alex Michel being something less than chivalrous. It turns out he's a lecherous piece of scum. Blogger Alex Rubalcava has posted some e-mails reportedly making their way through Harvard circles. Included is one reportedly from "the Bachelor" in which […]

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April 15, 2002
More on Quindlen

I missed this last week when I read Newsweek columnist Anna Quindlen the riot act over her anti-man-all-women-are-victims-and-men-should-just-go-away-forever essay, but Stanley Kurtz wrote a great essay taking Quindlen and the New York Times' Maureen Dowd to task and suggesting a new holiday. Here, I think, we have the germ of an idea for a simply […]

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April 8, 2002
Take your daughters to work day

Well, I generally don't check out MSNBC.com much, mainly because its layout is highly annoying, but also because every time I look at their "Opinion" page, the lead story is always from some whiny liberal. Anyway, I've decided I should visit more often, if only because the New York Times' Paul "Line 47" Krugman needs […]

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November 21, 2001
Potpourri

I like to write, but this past week has just been crazy with work and, I am happy to announce, social activities with members of the fairer sex. You, dear reader, can complain all you want, but when it comes to a choice between writing this free column and spending free time with lovely ladies, […]

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November 12, 2001
Your public library

So, the public library in Boulder, Colo. won't fly Old Glory, but has no problem with displaying "art" that consists of ceramic phalluses in knitted pouches attached to a rope with a noose at one end. More proof that political correctness has taken too much hold on our country. Especially in places of "education." Of […]

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SEN. LANKFORD: "Can you help me get a good definition of 'birthing people?'"

BECERRA: "We're trying to be precise in the language that's used."

SEN. LANKFORD: "Mom is a pretty good word. That's worked for a while."

Ummm...who elected her? Is there something wrong with the guy we did elect? What do we pay the FLOTUS? A "United States government official"?

Jill Biden@FLOTUS

Prepping for the G7.

One of the most frightening articles I've ever read.

https://www.city-journal.org/transgender-identifying-adolescents-threats-to-parental-rights?wallit_nosession=1

So, @SLOTribune columnist and local Democratic party apparatchik Tom Fulks was on local radio last night and told listeners that the difference between the Democratic and Republican parties is that the Democratic Party wants to help people and the GOP wants to hurt people 1/

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