There are a lot of great things about the latest offering from Mayim Bialik at her youtube channel titled: I'm A Stay-At-Home Mom...Again! It's full of great insights, the details of basic life, the tasks of a mother of young sons, the repetitiveness and ordinariness of mother's average day, but it's the realization of what … Continue reading Mayim Bialik unintentionally explains the price women have paid for Feminism.
An important point needs to be made concerning the continuing exposure of Harvey Weinstein's sexual crimes and the finger pointing of leftists over the wall of silence. If Hillary Clinton had been elected none of this would have come out. Do you think for one moment that the NYT which had killed the Weinstein story … Continue reading Harvey Weinstein Not Exposed in 2017 if Hillary Elected in 2016
At first glance it's looks like the Harvey Weinstein story, from a journalistic standpoint seems more and more like the John Edwards Story, where liberal journalists were uninterested in telling a story that might harm their allies An explosive scandal had been kept out of the press for months at a time when the man … Continue reading The Weinstein Left Not Liberal Angels but Capitalists Buying Silence
Monday morning was a contradiction, because Sunday had been so busy there had been no real time for the letdown of the high from Saturday's Buffet Books and Blather event but as I hit the adoration chapel after daily mass there was a sense of urgency as Stacy's TV appearance so I cut my prayer … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain In Massachusetts Day 6: TV in Worcester Selective Hate at Amherst and Podcasts
Time to interrupt my final two Stacy McCain posts to comment a little on the issues of the day/week. There have been attacks in London and Paris this week. In Paris the target was just one policeman in London the underground but the most amazing thing about both attacks is the continuing unwillingness of either people … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under the Fedora: London, Violence, and the Left war on, well everything.
It was back in Chicago that I found out that the EWTN Family Celebration in Worcester was going to take place at the very same time as our Stacy McCain event. This was an event I would have to cover but I perceived it would be a good event for Stacy to cover as well … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain In Massachusetts Day 5: EWTN & Many Colleges
Revere Ma 12:36 PM Despite downpours and lightning and the disapproval of the Daily Caller Mirror blog Robert Stacy McCain strode out of the Southwest Airlines arrival terminal just before Noon on Wednesday bags in tow and fedora proudly on his head to begin the first of seven days in Massachusetts. Stacy being Stacy we … Continue reading Robert Stacy McCain Now in Massachusetts
Sheldon Cooper: ...But you do bring up an interesting point. I don’t have to break new ground here, I’m sure much of the research already exists. Leonard Hofstadter: No! no, my point is, if you want to learn how to make friends, then just go out to a coffee shop or a museum. Meet people. … Continue reading Emma Lindsay: A Missing Consideration and an Untapped Resource
by baldilocks I’m reading many pieces written by those who explain things much better than I can. So, I’m just going to pass one of these essays along. This one, Why I No Longer Identify as a Feminist, demonstrates the Coconut Treatment in action. People are often confused about what postmodernism is and what it … Continue reading Narrative Treatment
Bob Woodward: Hunt's come in from the cold. Supposedly he's got a lawyer with $25,000 in a brown paper bag. Deep Throat: Follow the money. Bob Woodward: What do you mean? Where? Deep Throat: Oh, I can't tell you that. All the President's Men 1976 Old friend Tom Bowler from Libertarian leanings who was once … Continue reading The Common Thread of the Left in the Trump Years: Keeping their Customer Satisfied
A bit of a hint to the Marxist Feminist groups. When your philosophy looks like this as described by major feminist writers used in Woman's studies textbooks nationwide as quoted by Robert Stacy McCain: The biggest problem with feminism, however, is that its ideology discourages marriage and motherhood (see “Anti-Marriage and Anti-Motherhood: Feminism’s War Against … Continue reading Cause and Effect Emma Watson/ Feminism edition
Yes that's what the women of the View apparently believe and even more disturbing their audience is apparently excited about it. These ladies are all well known and their celebrity is such that people who might normally know better have embraced this silliness as a reason to cheer. I contrast this to something that happened … Continue reading Celebs with Pussy Hats vs the Young Ladies of the 3rd shift: Advantage Shift 3
“Almost all the great saints were great sinners or, like Saint Therese, knew that it was by sheer grace that they were not,” Pope Francis In his spectacular piece at Medium titled The Lesbian and Her Trophy Wife Stacy McCain talks about the Hustle and the grift that professional lesbianism and feminism have become. Circa … Continue reading One Decade a Day for “Stacy McCain’s Women”
There are few people who are as good as Robert Stacy McCain as stating obvious truths that people ignore Because it is easier to remain silent than to express unpopular truths, we find that liars are increasingly influential in academia — hello, Professor Lisa Wade — and common sense is now quite uncommon on campus. … Continue reading Is this 1816 or 2016?
Sheldon: Hello Penny. I realize you are currently in the mercy of your primitive biological urges. But, as you have an entire lifetime of poor decisions ahead of you, may I interrupt this one? The Big Bang Theory: The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation 2009 As a general rule one tends to give young people some … Continue reading Ella Dawson Hillary Clinton and the ignorance of Youth