Initially, when my local pharmacy informed me that the nine dollar co-pay on my birth control was now waived, I was surprised. When they went on to ask for my grocery card to give me gas points on the birth control I didn’t pay for, I was appalled. Free birth control and gas points sound… Read More »
Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen is proving to be a thorn in the side of the manufactured “War on Women” campaign. After making the comment that presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s wife “hasn’t worked a day in her life,” social media sites and cable news pundits have erupted in criticism. How could an advocate for the democratic… Read More »
This excellent video points out two cases of delicious irony in one fell swoop. Our president has recently called Sandra Fluke to let her know that he doesn’t approve of meanies like Rush Limbaugh calling her a “slut” while simultaneously taking $1 million (via super pac) from Bill Maher. (who “unapologetically” calls Sarah Palin a… Read More »
When: Thursday, March 8th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where:Streaming Internet Radio What: Join independent political commentators Rich Mitchell and Michelle Ray as they discuss issues impacting Americans. Tonight: Stupid Tuesday, What the Fluke & Whose Narrative is it anyway? Special Guest: Allan Bourdius (@allanbourdius) Show recording:
The story known as “SlutGate” has been gathering more and more steam in the media. It’s to the point that we spend more time talking about Sandra Fluke than we do about gas prices, national security, or even the unemployment rate. As of this writing, The Huffington Post has an article on the front page… Read More »
3/4/12 Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis: Slugate, Flukegate, Limbaughgate… I can’t wait for the day when someone named Gate screws up so we can finally have a Gategate. And what does the loss of Andrew Breitbart mean for conservatives and what comes next? Plus I’ll make my always accurate predictions for the… Read More »
Why then is such a sport, and the protection of the participants therein, thrown recklessly aside while football is funded so heavily. This is Another seeming dilemma of inequity. Something ought to be done. Just by fluke, an informed student of Georgetown testified before the prestigious although highly political House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. The essence of her testimony was rather simple, and appeared to answer the terrible inequity of protection provided in university sports programs. Her answer was void of malice and subject to rational discourse, rather than the tawdry commentary of liberal talk shows. She concluded that the government should fund Extreme Sexuality sporting events by providing subsidized protection.