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Modern Feminism: A Teenage Boy’s Dream

Derek Hunter  There was a time, or so I’m told, when “feminism” was about equality for women. Women had been treated as second-class citizens in many well-documented ways, and it was not right. No need to rehash all the ways in which they weren’t treated fairly, they’re well documented. But somewhere along the way they […] Read More →

Liberal View: Attorney general says racial equality threatened in subtle ways

Attorney General Eric Holder said on Saturday while public utterances of bigotry are roundly condemned in the United States racial discrimination persists in more subtle ways. Speaking on the 60th anniversary of a landmark Supreme Court ruling outlawing segregation in public schools, Holder said that public outrage over recent instances of bigoted remarks by well-known […] Read More →

Judge opens door to gay weddings in Arkansas

 An Arkansas judge has opened the door for gay couples in Arkansas to wed, ruling that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage has “no rational reason” for preventing gay couples from marrying. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza ruled Friday that Arkansas’ 2004 voter-approved amendment to the state constitution violates the rights of same-sex couples. […] Read More →

Arkansas AG supports gay marriage, will defend ban

 Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel said Saturday he supports allowing same-sex couples to wed but will continue defending his state’s 2004 ban on gay marriages in court. McDaniel, a Democrat serving his final year as the state’s top attorney, became the first statewide official in Arkansas to back same-sex marriage. “I want to tell you […] Read More →

South Dakota gay marriage ban to face lawsuit

 A lesbian couple plans to exchange vows Saturday in Minnesota, then be the first South Dakota residents to legally challenge the state’s ban on same-sex marriage and its refusal to recognize such nuptials. Nancy Robrahn, 68, and Jennie Rosenkranz, 72, of Rapid City, have been together 27 years. Minneapolis lawyer Joshua Newville said Friday he […] Read More →

Pat Buchanan: The New Blacklist

 “There is a gay mafia,” said Bill Maher, “if you cross them you do get whacked.” Maher, the host of HBO’s “Real Time,” was talking about the gay activists and their comrades who drove Brendan Eich out as CEO of Mozilla. Eich, who invented JavaScript and co-founded Mozilla in 1998, had been named chief executive […] Read More →

Sex and Race Equality

Walter E. Williams  There are several race and sex issues that need addressing. Let’s look at a few of them with an ear to these questions: Should we insist upon equal treatment of people by race and sex or tolerate differences in treatment? And just how equal are people by race and sex in the […] Read More →

Gun Ownership is Exploding Among Women in America

Much to the dismay of the leftist media and anti-gun groups like the Bloomberg-funded Moms Demand Action for Gunsense, gun ownership among women is rising at a fast rate. The media and anti-gun crowd will often use blatantly sexist rhetoric and assumptions to suggest that women shouldn’t own or aren’t capable of handling guns.  But […] Read More →

Democrats are making income inequality worse

George Will  Someone who is determined to disbelieve something can manage to disregard an Everest of evidence for it. So Barack Obama will not temper his enthusiasm for increased equality with lucidity about the government’s role in exacerbating inequality. In the movie “Animal House,” Otter, incensed by the expulsion of his fraternity, says: “I think […] Read More →

International Women’s Day observed on March 8

 March 8 is celebrated annually as International Women’s Day. The UN-selected theme for 2014 is “Equality for women is progress for all.” In 1975 — International Women’s Year — the United Nations began the tradition of recognizing March 8 annually as International Women’s Day. Each year, the UN selects a theme to promote the day. […] Read More →