Social Issues

Women in combat and The Three Ps — peeing, periods, and pregnancy

Women in combat isn’t bad only because of physical stamina and unit cohesion issues. The Three Ps (peeing, periods, and pregnancy) also militate against it. Heather MacDonald, undoubtedly one of the most brilliant conservative writers and thinkers around, has written about the military’s decision, based upon Obama administration dictates, to [Read More]

Woman angry nag nagging
Social Issues

Women definitely nag — but many have a good reason

It seems that many in today’s world share the popular perception that women nag. I argue in this post, though, that they’re often just doing their job. It’s official: UC Berkeley and Bar-Ilan University in Israel have completed a large study that proves that women are perceived as . . [Read More]

Pop culture

A Day At The Designer Vagina Showplace

One of the hottest trends in ‘corrective’ surgery today is a ‘designer vagina.’ Surgery is available today to restore hymens, increase or decrease the opening, restore a clitoris after female genital mutilation, shortening or lengthening labia, you name it. The New York Post’s Kase Wickman visited a designer vagina showcase [Read More]

Social Issues

Being A Man

By: Mike McDaniel    Steve Martin has long been one of my favorite comedian/actor/writer/musicians. He once observed it was a good thing he wasn’t female because he’d stay home all day, playing with his breasts. When humor has to be explained, it tends to lose its effectiveness, but this is a [Read More]

Elections

The Sleeping Giant Awakens

By: Mike McDaniel     Why did Hillary Clinton lose? Why, as she angrily screamed, wasn’t she winning by 50 points? Some have suggested it was because people saw her as far more concerned about men using women’s bathrooms than about jobs. Perhaps it was her–and the self-imagined elites that supported [Read More]

Donald Trump

A Good Question

By: Mike McDaniel   The graphic illustrating this brief post asks an important question.  Have you, gentle readers, read romance novels, to say nothing of the writings of Anne Rice,   and works like Fifty Shades of Grey?   If you have, you have little doubt of the desires and nature, perhaps often publicly unexpressed, of a [Read More]