Photo: Winter Storm Hits Arlington Cemetery Tomb of the Unknown Solider

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Winter Storm Jonas has ravaged the East Coast from Washington, D.C. to New York City, shutting down all travel in these major cities.  Most of the D.C. area is buried under more than 2 feet of snow and hurricane strength winds led to blizzard conditions this weekend that forced everyone to stay indoors for most of the weekend.

Well, almost everyone. [Read more…]

THIS should be the next GOP nominee’s campaign slogan

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Dear Bill Clinton, please go the way of Bill Cosby.

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Feminists Don’t Know What to do with Hillary’s “Slut-Shaming” of Bill’s Victims: Here’s Help

Times have changed so fast in the world as it pertains to sexual abuse, sexual victims, and harassment.  Watch any show from the 1980s — in Cheers, for example — and you’ll see a marked difference between the way women were depicted being treated in the workplace and the way they are expected to be treated now.  There’s no way Sam — or the customers — would get away with treating Diane as a sex object day in and day out.  A boss systematically and perpetually hitting on the barmaid?

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At the time, it was portrayed as romantic, but today that would sexual harassment in the workplace.

Also, Bill Cosby sexually abused women (even drugged and raped them) while the media and close friends covered it up.  Now?  Scarcely has a reputation swung so quickly from revered to reviled.

So what do modern feminists do with Bill Clinton, and his serial accomplice Hillary Clinton?  By now, there’s no debate about all of the women who have come forward and made horrible allegations against the former President — from groping to rape.  His wife “stood by her man” throughout every single one of the incidents, and turned her ire on the accusers.

The New York Times has a few of Hillary’s responses:

— “We have to destroy her story,” Mrs. Clinton said of one of the first women to come forward during her husband’s first presidential campaign, Connie Hamzy, in 1991, according to George Stephanopoulos, a former Clinton administration aide who described the events in his memoir, “All Too Human.’’

— When Gennifer Flowers later surfaced, claiming that she had a long affair with Mr. Clinton, Mrs. Clinton undertook an “aggressive, explicit direction of the campaign to discredit” Ms. Flowers, according to an exhaustive biography of Mrs. Clinton, “A Woman in Charge,” by Carl Bernstein.

— Mrs. Clinton referred to Monica Lewinsky, the White House intern who had an affair with the 42nd president, as a “narcissistic loony toon,” according to one of her closest confidantes, Diane D. Blair, whose diaries were released to the University of Arkansas after her death in 2000.

—  Over the years, the Clinton effort to cast doubt on the women included using words like “floozy,” “bimbo” and “stalker,” and raising questions about their motives. James Carville, a longtime strategist for Mr. Clinton, was especially cutting in attacking Ms. Flowers. “If you drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you’ll find,” Mr. Carville said of Ms. Flowers.

This type of language, contempt, and posturing has never been right, but it especially doesn’t fit into the mores of the day.  Now, Presidential candidates even put out ads saying that sexual abuse accusers deserve to be believed.  What?  You don’t remember seeing that sort of thing?  Well, not all Presidential candidates, I suppose.  Come to think of it, that was just the political equivalent of Tammy Wynette who appeared in an ad like that:

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So what’s a modern feminist to do?  Well, Lena Dunham — who wore a knitted sweater with the word “Hillary” across her chest — waning in her support of Hillary, according to the New York Times:

She told the guests, at the Park Avenue apartment of Richard Plepler, the chief executive of HBO, that she was disturbed by how, in the 1990s, the Clintons and their allies discredited women who said they had had sexual encounters with or been sexually assaulted by former President Bill Clinton.

The conversation, relayed by several people with knowledge of the discussion who would speak about it only anonymously, captures the deeper debate unfolding among liberal-leaning women about how to reconcile Mrs. Clinton’s leadership on women’s issues with her past involvement in her husband’s efforts to fend off accusations of sexual misconduct.

Camille Paglia has said, “It’s not about Bill Clinton’s peccadilloes. It’s about Hillary Clinton’s behavior towards her husband’s accusers for all those years.”

Hillary has never apologized for her treatment of women, and never even admitted that her behavior toward them was inappropriate.  In other words, we’re not talking about Hillary’s past treatment, but her current stance toward them.  After accusing Donald Trump of waging a war on women, he struck back, saying, “She’s not a victim. She was an enabler.”  He went on to say that these women’s lives have been destroyed.

As much as you probably hate to agree with Donald Trump, it’s time to face facts.

If “slut shaming” and sexual abuse is truly important to you, you must speak out against Hillary’s treatment of these women.  You must demand she apologize.  You must not compromise.

Feminists, stand against Hillary.

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Pelosi hasn’t watched the Planned Parenthood videos but she’s pretty sure they’re fake

Nancy Pelosi can’t seem to get her talking points about abortion together.  Last week she got chastised by her own side for saying she didn’t believe in “abortion on demand.” [Read more…]

If You Think The Republican Primary is Chaotic, You Should See the Democrats!

Are you a disheartened conservative Republican frustrated because it feels like we can’t decide on who should take on Hillary Clinton? Are you confused by the constant in-fighting between conservatives, libertarians, populists, and the establishment? Shouldn’t we be more focused on taking down Hillary Clinton instead of each other? Is there any hope? [Read more…]