The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Violence Against Women Update

In the comments on Friday morning’s post (“The Dangerous Clichés of ‘Empowerment’”), someone mentioned the phrase “rationalization hamster” as a description of the way women justify bad decisions such as getting a tattoo on your cleavage or dating a convicted felon. These two examples of bad decisions are not chosen entirely at random, but we’ll […]

‘She Frequented the Truck Stop Often’: Murder Exposes Ex-Model’s Sad Decline

Earlier this month, police found the body of 47-year-old Rebecca Landrith near an exit ramp off I-80 in rural central Pennsylvania. According to her online biography, Landrith was a former fashion model, but it appears her life had gone downhill in recent years. Perhaps the most significant passage in news coverage of her death was […]

Violence Against Women Update

Derrick Lashun Hobbs was probably an honor student. Not all murders of black people make national news. Despite their devotion to #BlackLivesMatter, CNN will never mention this crime: DOUGLASVILLE, GA — A Douglasville man who authorities say murdered his mother and niece is in the Douglas County Jail as of Thursday afternoon. Derrick Lashun Hobbs, […]

We Found Another Joe Biden Voter

  Say hello to Rashid Brimmage, 31, a resident of New York City where, in 2016, Hillary Clinton got 87% of the vote. Manhattan is represented in Congress by three Democrats: Jerry Nadler, Carolyn Maloney, and Adriano Espaillat. Rashid Brimmage is typical of the kind of New Yorkers who elected Chuck Schumer to the Senate, […]

How Much Did Her Life Matter?

  Tessa Majors made the mistake of attending Barnard College. If your child ever expresses an interest in attending Barnard College, you probably should have them committed to a psychiatric institution, because you’d have to be crazy to go to Barnard, one of the worst colleges in America. The cost of attendance is $75,524 a […]

Men Accused of Raping 11-Year-Old Girls, But Don’t Expect Feminists to Notice

  These cases don’t fit the “intersectional” narrative: Two Montgomery County Public School students — ages 20 and 19 — were recently arrested at their respective high schools, on allegations they raped different 11-year-old girls at apartments located off-campus. Jonathan Coreas-Salamanca, 20, and Ivan Reyes Lopez, 19, are each charged with second-degree rape. Coreas-Salamanca has […]

How’s That ‘Bail Reform’ Working Out?

  A woman is dead in New York state: The 25-year-old man accused of fatally stabbing a library security officer to death had been released without bail after being accused of trying to rape a woman at Montefiore Nyack Hospital in November, authorities and court documents confirmed Thursday. Blanchard Glaudin had been charged by Orangetown […]

Violence Against Women Update

  The transgender agenda marches on: On April 1 of last year, 29-year-old Janiah Monroe was transferred from Pontiac Correctional Center, a prison for men, to women’s prison Logan Correctional Center after the MacArthur Justice Center (MJC) and the Uptown People’s Law Center (UPLC) filed a lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) on […]

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