UPDATE: NBC caught editing Andrea Mitchell when she said rape charge against Bill Clinton was ‘discredited’


Weeks ago, I told you about how Andrea Mitchell dismissed Juanita Broaddrick’s claims of rape against Bill Clinton as “discredited.”  Well, apparently NBC has seen the light, because they secretly edited out that pesky, inaccurate, victim-blaming word.  Look at the difference in the below video, where you can see the original (which is still available below) compared with the new version:

While it is really sneaky to edit that word out now, it’s a step in the right direction that NBC has apparently decided that Broaddrick’s claims are credible…  or at least they have decided not to simply make things up.


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It’s not Wrong to be White

When I was twenty-one, I transferred from my small southern Christian college to New York University.  At the time, I was a feminist and was eager to shed the confines of my conservative Christian college for the more liberal streets of Manhattan.  I figured they’d welcome me with open arms, ready to embrace their long lost sister who’d finally made it “home.”  [Read more…]

Hillary: Bill will help me at the White House (because that’s SO women’s lib)

Hillary Clinton is the “I am woman, hear me roar” type of feminist and isn’t afraid to show it. [Read more…]

Charlie Peacock’s new single is about swindling, trusting, fighting and “things not too terrible to tell”


Charlie Peacock is one of those rare musicians who’s relevance has only increased over the past few decades.  Billboard’s Encyclopedia of Record Producers named him “one the 500 most important producers in music history, and for a good reason: he’s played a role in the careers of hit-making artists such as Amy Grant, Switchfoot, and The Civil Wars. In fact, Charlie earned Grammys for Best Folk Album and Country Duo Performance (twice) thanks to his work with the Civil Wars.” [Read more…]

Feminist Camille Paglia: why “pro-choice” is a “cowardly euphemism”

Famed feminist Camille Paglia recently took to the pages of Salon to attack her fellow feminists for having it all wrong about abortion, defending pro-life advocates in the process.

Let there be no doubt – Paglia is pro-abortion and proudly so. But she’s had enough with many of her peers. [Read more…]