new slave feminists and supreme court ruling angst

kristen hatten of the new wave feminists claims that the recent supremie decision on abortion demonstrates that ‘advocates care more about protecting the abortion industry than protecting women.’ hatten announces this while saying not a peep about the harm that comes to women from self-induced abortions, children born into families who cannot care or afford…

proceed to the nearest exit

americans can sleep better at night knowing republicans, according to paul ryan’s spokeswoman ashlee strong, are fully confident democrats have ‘no end-game strategy,’ and that the house of reps is ‘focused on eliminating terrorists, not constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens’ per a cnn report. we’re supposed to think that no day is complete without the…

with liberty and assault rifles for all

brought to you (mostly) by republicans at least there appears to be bipartisan consensus for increased mental health care in the aftermath of another mass shooting, with the division occurring over whether there is some legitimate need to equip americans with weaponry capable of firing excessive rounds of bullets. how could a ‘need’ for assault…

religious pathology inflicts again

another religious-political horror unleashed itself we’re besieged again, with more sorrow and grief at another episode of terrorism and gun violence. this time it happened in florida, usa, at gay club, where people were dancing and enjoying themselves. yet more proof (we didn’t need) that nothing upsets and enrages the religiously toxified mind like any group…

thunder on the plains

this is how we do it! note the tenor and gravitas of the nebraska unicameral that could. what a feisty, principled group who declared to their governor recently that ‘individually, we are republicans, democrats, libertarians and independents. together, we are the singular.. legislature — an institution which operates through collaboration and expertise to uphold its…

superdelegates — not so super

the new york times’ paul krugman says people should ‘feel the math.’ so let’s try and keep this as error-free as possible: krugman is always worth listening to, usually correct when most others aren’t; so perhaps the problem in america today is that krugman is too correct. he’s succinctly and inadvertently highlighted the problem: most…

starr power

a sport’s highlight reelings there’s nothing quite like the atrocious irony of an american religious university, especially one hell-bent on promoting beliefs such as ‘premarital chastity,’ lecturing the country about its boudoir habits and conflating them as legitimate public policy concerns — all while having a veteran at the helm like ken starr. starr is…