The recent death of Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has inspired a flooding of praise for the woman’s life and legal record. She has become an almost religious icon for modern feminism, specifically for her history of famous dissenting … Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Satan’s Dissenter
Do you all remember the Women’s March of 2017, the pink hats and “this p*ssy bites back” signs? The overwhelming glorification of respect for women’s historical struggles and pain? I remember that as well. How about Hillary Clinton, when she … Continue reading Is This Justice?
I’m going to touch on an uncomfortable topic for many of you, especially if you are a woman. We all know about the women’s equality movement, the equal rights movement, movements to support paid maternity leave and equal pay for … Continue reading Yes, Men And Boys Are Being Left Behind
On February 13th, 2017 President Donald Trump met with Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, to discuss trade and the challenges working women face. Ivanka Trump, the President’s eldest daughter, was among the female entrepreneurs present at the meeting. She … Continue reading Working Women and Conservative Feminism
Earlier this year, Texas legislators passed a law allowing the carrying of firearms on public university campuses. This new law did two things. It made pro-gun people rejoice, while at the same time angering the anti-gun left. Usually, if someone … Continue reading The Anti-gun Left Has Gone Too Far
Many women and Americans are rightly celebrating the elevation of a women to a party’s Presidential nominee. From Vice-Presidential candidate Gerradine Ferraro and Sarah Palin in 2008 to runner-up Clinton in 2008, society has made great strides toward equality. But, … Continue reading Voting for Hillary Clinton Because She’s A Woman Is Sexist