is now half done. Play the video full-screen, it’s a hoot.
Archive for the ‘Feminism’ Category
Maryville, MO, in the middle of farm country about 50 miles north of St. Joseph, is acting out a collective schweinerei that deserves national attention. With the apparent approval of their community leaders, this upstanding bunch of curdled Babbitts have served up all the teenage girls in town as sexual toys, like a box of […]
An artist makes a normal Barbie.
A prediction that Pope Francis will move on clerical celibacy.
It being Valentine’s Day today, I suppose it’s as good a time as any to think about healthy and unhealthy relationships. In that vein, I give a brief overview below the fold of some recent developments in European domestic violence perpetrator rehabilitation.
Apparently Brent Musburger is in all kinds of hot water because of comments he made during last night’s BCS championship game. When I read that it involved remarks about the Crimson Tide quarterback’s girlfriend, I really braced for something awful. The subject was not Alabama’s 42-14 victory, but comments made during the game by the […]
Ann-Marie Slaughter is on the cover of the Atlantic with an important essay about work and family. along with a stupid picture of a baby in a briefcase (which some art director stuck her with) and a stupid title/headline (which she did not write). She starts out with a personal anecdote, which I regret […]
I posted two pretty cool charts yesterday. The first, “Projected Federal Spending on Health Care,” was created for me at healthinsurance.org by Barb Etzkorn. The projections come from the Congressional Budget Office’s extended alternative fiscal scenario. This graph is important because it distinguishes programs too-often lumped together in the politics of federal budget policy. Medicare […]