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He Slithered From Under A Rock ...

Nathan Larson is 37 years of age, from Charlottesville, Virginia, and is running as an independent for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives this November.   811 more words

Political Commentary

Resistance Is Feudal: Understanding the Role of the Court, Especially in Civil “Abuse” Prosecutions

The role of the court, despite popular notions and its own rhetoric, is not to mete out justice. The role of the court is to keep power where it’s “supposed to be.” 448 more words

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About Liberalism and Its Deterioration of Civil Rights…and Its Own Credibility

Liberals are curiously less than rapturous about a political victory only they could have accomplished: the election of Donald Trump, a living caricature straight from the pages of a satirical novel, to the country’s highest office. 530 more words

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A Brief Introduction to Feminist Rape Culture

“For those who don’t know, rape culture is an environment in which rape is highly prevalent, normalized and excused by the society’s media, popular culture, and political figures.” 35 more words

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Klobuchar, Survivors Push For Reauthorized Violence Against Women Act

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Victims of sexual assault are asking for funds to provide new training for law enforcement.

It’s at the forefront of an effort to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. 116 more words


“Vicious Energy and Ugliness”: Candid Observations about the Feminist Movement by Prof. Katie Roiphe

“[V]icious energy and ugliness is there beneath the fervor of our new reckoning, adeptly disguised as exhilarating social change. It feels as if the feminist moment is, at times, providing cover for vindictiveness and personal vendettas and office politics and garden-variety disappointment, that what we think of as purely positive social change is also, for some, blood sport.” 879 more words

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Loose laws & losses

Human society can be sliced and diced into many a section. Based on the yardstick you choose which could be religion, caste or gender, you get different segments. 1,022 more words

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