News of the Week (January 17th, 2016)


News of the Week for January 17th, 2016


Obama Scandals


Local resistance: the next move in blocking AFFH
Readers may recall that last year, the House passed the Gosar Amendment that would have defunded President Obama’s “affirmatively furthering fair housing” (AFFH) rule.

U.S. lets United Nations pick which Syrians come to America
A new report on the Syrian refugee resettlement program reveals that the United Nations — not U.S. officials — initially pick and choose who can move to the United States and even become an American citizen.

Obama Admin Blocked Visa Waiver Reforms to Avoid Upsetting Iran
Senators blast administration capitulation to Iran as dangerous to U.S. security


Gun Rights


Effort Heats Up to Recall California’s Lt. Governor over Anti-Gun Effort, Corruption Ties
California’s Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom is no stranger to controversy. He famously gave out gay marriage licenses during his time as Mayor of San Francisco, even as it flouted state law. His time as Mayor was met with serious economic troubles and increasing numbers of middle class residents leaving the city.

Feelgood Story of the Day: Chicago Liquor Store Employee Won’t Face Charges for Blowing Away Two Robbers
Lost in the all the carnage in Obama’s disorganized community is this heartwarming nugget from over the weekend.

Sentencing reform: a warning from Gun Owners of America
Hoping to provide cover for legislation that shortens sentences for many federal drug felons (i.e. dealers) and releases many of them early, Team Leniency — Sens. Mike Lee, Dick Durbin and company — touted the fact that their bill increases some mandatory minimum sentences.

2016 Washington State Bill Would Ban ALMOST ALL Modern Firearms
The Washington state legislature has convened for a 60 day session, and the anti gunners are wasting no time introducing bills that supposedly address “gun violence”, in which they sort of admit that their “universal background check” ballot initiative has failed to prevent such “gun violence.”


Hide the Decline

Environment &
“Green Energy”


“No Extinctions”: Polar Bears Survived Periods When The Arctic Had No Ice
Former Vice President Al Gore shocked Americans in “An Inconvenient Truth” when he said polar bears were drowning because global warming was melting Arctic sea ice, but now a new study shows that polar bears did just fine even when there was no ice covering the Arctic.

The EPA knew about Flint’s toxic water for months and didn’t tell anyone
We haven’t had the chance to really dig into the toxic plume which is the drinking water supply in Flint, Michigan yet, but by this point it’s obvious that this is a disaster with far reaching implications.

The Climateers new pause excuse born of desperation: “the satellites are lying”
Add another one to the huge list of excuses for “the pause” in global temperature.

President Obama: 3 Year Moratorium on New Coal Mines
President Obama has just announced a 3 year moratorium on leasing federal land for new coal mines, pending a review of the impact of coal on the global climate.

Graph vs. Graph = Political Journalism
Most people have no trouble relating to temperature, because they use it every day when they set the thermostat in their homes, adjust the temperature dial on an oven, or watch a weather report on TV. On the other hand, practically no one recognizes a temperature anomaly, the yardstick for measuring man-made global warming. That’s because outside of climate studies, no one uses it.



Government in Healthcare


Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin Dismantles State Health Exchange, Switches To
He sent Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell a letter on December 30 notifying her that he plans to move from the state health exchange to the federal website for Kentuckians to purchase Obamacare.

Employee Wellness Programs Not So Voluntary Anymore
Take a blood test or lose your health coverage.

Canada Supreme Court Conjures “Right” to be Dead
Canada is on the verge of instituting the most radical culture of death in the world.


War & Terror


U.N. says some of its peacekeepers were paying 13-year-olds for sex
The United Nations has been grappling with so many sexual abuse allegations involving its peacekeepers that Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon recently called them “a cancer in our system.”

Yet another UN peacekeeping force child sex ring uncovered
U.N. peacekeepers in the Central African Republic allegedly paid young girls as little as 50 cents in exchange for sex

As U.S. Modernizes Nuclear Weapons, “Smaller” Leaves Some Uneasy
As North Korea dug tunnels at its nuclear test site last fall, watched by American spy satellites, the Obama administration was preparing a test of its own in the Nevada desert.

Istanbul explosion: “At least 10 dead” in city’s central Sultanahmet Square
Istanbul’s governor’s office says at least 10 people have been killed and 15 injured in Sultanahmet Square

Kurds attack Assyrian Christian village in northern Syria
The collapse of Syria has set loose forces that the Assad regime had either contained or appropriated to prop up its own rule, putting ethnic and religious factions in dangerous new combinations and conflicts. One of those conflicts might confound US policy and the popular conception of the nature of the fight and the fighters. Earlier this week, Kurdish forces based in Syria attacked an Assyrian Christian enclave in the northeast, not long after a series of bombings swept through its restaurants.

What We Should Have Learned From The Iraq War
There’s another way to understand the Iraq war and its aftermath: as a hard-won success that a single presidential election unraveled.

Iran Releases Footage of U.S. Sailor Apologizing After Capture
Iranian state-controlled news outlet Tasnim released video Wednesday afternoon that shows a U.S. sailor apologizing for purportedly infringing upon Tehran’s sovereignty.

Indonesia LIVE: Six dead as serial blasts rock Jakarta; gunfight underway
Six blasts rocked Jakarta on Thursday morning. The explosions were close to Sarinah mall, in the national capital.

Several explosions heard in downtown Jakarta, casualties reported
A series of suicide bombings rocked Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, Thursday morning, sparking a gun battle between anti-terror police forces and the attackers that raged more than 90 minutes after the initial explosions.

Russia Moves Ahead With Building New Aircraft Carriers
After decades of effort to reconstitute its shipbuilding industry following the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia looks set to regain a key ability: Moscow will be able to build aircraft carriers and amphibious assault ships domestically as soon as 2019.

Terror in Burkina Faso: “Hostages held” after two car bombs explode outside upmarket tourist hotel as masked jihadi gunmen battle security forces in the street
Eyewitnesses say two car bombs exploded at 7.30pm local time

Report: U.S. Rescue Team Was on Its Way to Benghazi, But Was Turned Back
The evidence is overwhelming that the United States had several rescue teams ready to go during the 2012 Benghazi attacks, but someone — possibly the president himself — prevented them from acting. So said Emmy Award-winning journalist Sharyl Attkisson to talk show host Steve Malzberg in an interview on Wednesday.

North African men suspected of stoning transgender women in German city
“That was barbaric what they did. They are barbarians,” one of the victims said.




Watch PBS Panel: Ted Cruz, Father Are Dark, Satanic
On Friday’s PBS “News Hour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks and Mother Jones Washington Bureau Chief David Corn talked about the “dark and satanic” overtones of Senator Ted Cruz and his father.

Google Chairman Thinks AI Can Help Solve World’s “Hard Problems”
Google’s chairman thinks artificial intelligence will let scientists solve some of the world’s “hard problems,” like population growth, climate change, human development, and education.

Ethics Complaint Says Big Clinton Donors Got State Dept Access
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton violated federal ethics statutes by giving “preferential treatment” to wealthy political campaign donors and financial supporters of the Clinton Foundation, according to a formal complaint filed Friday by the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust.

FBI’s Clinton probe expands to public corruption track
The FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of private email as secretary of state has expanded to look at whether the possible “intersection” of Clinton Foundation work and State Department business may have violated public corruption laws, three intelligence sources not authorized to speak on the record told Fox News.

Somewhere Karl Marx is smiling: Bernie Hints at Warren for Veep
Please, please, please

Case argued today before Supreme Court could devastate public sector unions
Mandatory union dues, the lifeblood of public sector unions, are challenged.

“Unwanted jokes,” “disparaging comments” sought under UC “intolerance” reporting system
The University of California offers an “intolerance report form” that encourages its 238,000 students and 190,000 faculty and staff across California to detail for system administrators any behavior they consider discriminatory, including “unwanted jokes” or “disparaging comments.”

University expelled black athletes for uncorroborated rape, threatened their witnesses
White accuser was “bragging” about the sex days earlier, suit claims

Almost Half Of California Driver’s Licenses Went To Illegal Immigrants In 2015
Almost 50 percent of all California driver’s licenses issued in 2015 went to illegal immigrants, according to recent state reports, wrapping up the first year of a state-wide program designed to provide Department of Motor Vehicle services to those without citizenship.

CBS Mandates New “NANCY DREW” Be Nonwhite
CBS’ new Nancy Drew will look very different should the network move forward with the reboot.

Bernie Opens Up Big Lead in NH
Sanders 53, Clinton 39

Textbook sales leader says national Common Core education standards are “all about the money” as teacher insists bureaucrats created a “new f**king system that f**king sucks to sell more books”
“I hate kids,” confessed the textbook sales leader. “I’m in it to sell books. Don’t even kid yourself for a heartbeat”

Mitch McConnell: Why no, the Senate won’t pass a resolution affirming Cruz’s eligibility like it did for McCain
A leftover from Sunday that I missed yesterday. If you’re going to stand on the Senate floor and call the majority leader a liar and a crony, I guess you shouldn’t be surprised when he won’t do you a favor.

New York Times Promotes Fantasy Tours to Communist Cuba
You won’t be shown the truth about Cuba, you’ll get the “trendy” experience of a Potemkin village tour.

USC students required to detail sexual history before registering for classes
A mandatory online course at USC asks students to disclose the number of sexual encounters they have had.

Rep. Hank Johnson: “Free Market Way of Thinking Doesn’t Work”
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) says that America has practiced the free market system over the last 40 years and “that it doesn’t work.”

Professional Atheist Dawkins Says Christianity “Bulwark Against Something Worse”
In a text that is coursing about on social media, professional God-slayer Richard Dawkins begrudgingly admitted that Christianity may actually be our best defense against aberrant forms of religion that threaten the world.

Return of incandescent light bulbs as MIT makes them more efficient than LEDs
Researchers at MIT have shown that by surrounding the filament with a special crystal structure they can bounce back the energy which is usually lost

Can We Fix American Cities by Tearing Them Down?
A plan to tear down 4,000 vacant houses makes Baltimore the latest city to invest in demolition.

USC apologizes for requiring students to detail sexual history
USC Senior VP for Administration Todd Dickey apologized Tuesday for the questions contained in the school’s mandatory Title IX training course.

Penn State asks students to report microaggressions to administrators
At Pennsylvania State University, no hurt feeling is too small, no slight too inconsequential, no unintentionally biased statement too unimportant.

Republican hopefuls agree: The key to the White House is working-class whites
Lindsay Legault-Knowles is the kind of voter the Republican Party is desperate to rouse. She is white and from working-class Vermont. She fears the changes happening all around her. “It’s hard for me to have friends,” she said, “because everyone seems to disagree.”

UCSB to host discussion on “safe spaces” for “fat, gay men”
The University of California, Santa Barbara will host a book discussion next week to discuss “the anti-fat stigma that persists in American culture,” specifically for “fat, gay men.”

Pennsylvania girl, 12, shot by constable serving eviction notice
A 12-year-old Pennsylvania girl was home sick from school when she was accidentally shot and killed by a constable serving her father with an eviction notice, authorities said.

Homeland Security Asking Hotel Staff to Report Customers for Too Many Condoms
Frequent minibar-restock requests and refusal of maid service for several days also listed among signs you might be a sex trafficker.

Remembering Alan Rickman
The British actor, who was perhaps best known in the U.S. for his roles in the Harry Potter films and Die Hard, was 69.

You may be powerless to stop a drone from hovering over your own yard
William Merideth had just finished grilling dinner for his family when he saw a drone hovering over his land. So he did what he said any Kentuckian might do — he grabbed his Benelli M1 Super 90 shotgun, took aim and unleashed three rounds of birdshot.

The presidential debate commission is getting ready for a serious 3rd party candidate
Fox Business Network has shrunk the main stage to seven candidates for Thursday’s Republican presidential debate in North Charleston, S.C., and the fields in both major parties will continue to narrow until only two contenders — one Republican and one Democrat — meet in the general election debates this fall.

One Day In The Life Of An Urban Teacher
Most of the people promising big things out of urban schools have not actually taught in them. Visit my halls for one day, then tell me if any education fad can help.

Planned Parenthood Sues the Center for Medical Progress
Planned Parenthood has been threatening this for months, but today they made it official by filing suit against the Center for Medical Progress, the group that caught them on video repeatedly admitting that they sold aborted baby parts. Democrats responded to the videos by pretending shock at the idea that video could be edited, even though CMP also released the full, unedited video concurrent with each release of a produced video.

News Oregon Standoff: Harney County Fire Chief Resigns… No longer Trusts The Local Government!
Oregon Standoff: Harney County Fire Chief Resigns… No longer Trusts The Local Government!

Insane, Race-Obsessed Democrats Freak Out Over Use of the Word “Child” in GOP Debate
Well, we know Democrats hate the word child since they’ve been busy aborting 50 million of them the past 40 years, but for sheer nuttiness, the whining over GOP candidates calling Obama a child is quite amusing.

Political Poison
Flint, Mich., has been poisoning its residents.

Cruz’s “Natural-Born Citizen” Status Tested in Birther Suit
Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz should be disqualified from the race because he isn’t a “natural-born citizen,” a fellow Texan claims in a “birther” challenge filed against the senator in a U.S. court.

Eight people taken to hospitals after police find potential lead paint dust in House building cafeteria
Eight cafeteria employees were taken to area hospitals Friday after a potential release of lead paint dust was discovered at the Longworth House Office Building cafeteria during a weeks-long renovation project, authorities said.

Animal brought back to life after spending 30 years frozen
The waterbears were retrieved from frozen moss sample collected in Antarctica in 1983

How the jury voted in the first Freddy Gray case
Ever since the trial of Officer William Porter in connection with Freddy Gray’s death ended with a hung jury, I’ve been dying to know how the jury voted.

Game Shut Down After Democrat Katherine Clark Complains of “Harassment”
They say Democrats do better with young people, but one congresswoman is bucking the trend. Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA) recently outraged teenage Twitter users by using her political heft to shut down Stolen, a Twitter app that had attracted a large and devoted teenage following.

Rubio: Law-abiding undocumented immigrants could stay
Sen. Marco Rubio says people who immigrated to the U.S. illegally but haven’t committed any major crimes could be allowed to stay.


Economy & Taxes


The Fed Should Let Middle-Class Workers Prosper
And China should let free-markets set currency and stock prices.

Oil could crash to $10 a barrel, warn investment bank bears
Petrol prices could fall back to levels last seen in 2009 as major banks say there is no bottom in sight for the world’s lopsided market

Retail Sales in U.S. Decrease to End Weakest Year Since 2009
Sales at U.S. retailers declined in December to wrap the weakest year since 2009, raising concern about the momentum in consumer spending heading into 2016.




Swedish police accused of covering up sex attacks by refugees at music festival
PM says police report’s failure to mention incidents at 2014 event amounts to “double betrayal”, while reports emerge on New Year’s Eve attacks in Malmö

Packs of Germans conduct revenge attacks after New Years Eve sex assaults
As Glenn has written about American law enforcement, “Police don’t actually protect law-abiding citizens from criminals so much as they protect criminals from the much-rougher justice they’d get in the absence of a legal system. Burglars would be hung from lampposts, and shoplifters would be beaten and tossed into the gutter if there were no police, as in fact happens in countries where there isn’t a reliable justice system and a civil-society culture that restrains vigilantism. Reminder to the criminal class: Ultimately, we’re not stuck in this country with you. You’re stuck in this country with us.”

The Migrant Sex Assaults: “Uncovered Meat”
Not a single mainstream news outlet has identified the approximately 1,000 men who congregated by the main train station in Cologne, Germany, on New Year’s Eve and raped and sexually assaulted hundreds of women — or their counterparts who did the same thing in Zurich, Helsinki, and elsewhere — as Muslims. But there is little doubt that they were indeed Muslim, since they have been identified as migrants and most of the migrants are Muslims.

Three Year Old Boy “Gang Raped” at Norway Asylum Centre
A three-year-old migrant has allegedly been raped by multiple people at an asylum centre in the Norwegian city of Stavanger.

Cologne Sexual Assault Victim Called a Racist and Harassed After Identifying Her Attackers
A woman, who came forward and told her story of being sexually assaulted in Cologne, Germany, on New Years Eve, was victimized a second time after an Internet video gave out her identity and suggested her account of the attack was anti-Muslim propaganda.

Germany’s Tele5 TV Channel Puts Muslim Star And Crescent On Logo
German Television station Tele5 has changed its logo today to a German flag emblazoned with the Islamic star and crescent, just weeks after the New Year’s Eve migrant sex attacks in Cologne.

Canada: Conservative leadership contest fractious before race begins
The Conservative party will release the rules for the contest to replace Stephen Harper within the month, but there are already signs it will be a fractious affair.

Uncertainty in Guatemala as New President Takes Office
TV comic and political neophyte Jimmy Morales was being inaugurated as Guatemala’s next leader on Thursday amid uncertainty over how he plans to run the Central American nation beset by entrenched poverty, rampant corruption and violent criminal gangs.

Saudi Life With $30 Oil
Times are getting tougher in the Hathut household, so father Mohammad is looking for extra work and the three kids are being told to switch off the lights to cut his electricity bill.

Supreme Court riven by dissent, new study finds
Internal dissent over major cases is increasingly dividing the Supreme Court of Canada, with some justices resorting to sharp criticisms of majority decisions they believe intrude on Parliament’s authority to set public policy, according to a review of the court’s 2015 judgments.

Beijing warning as Taiwan’s Tsai wins presidency
Taiwan’s China-sceptic main opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen won a landslide victory to become the island’s first female president Saturday, eliciting a warning from Beijing against any move towards independence.

Group of Syrian and Afghan migrant boys sexually assaulted three girls at Austrian school for MONTHS before police were notified
Police are investigating claims four migrant boys assaulted teenage girls

Latin American Right Surge Continues: Fujimori Heir on Top in Peru Election Polls
Conservative candidate Keiko Fujimori is leading Peru’s presidential election with 32 percent of the vote, according to the latest national polls, signaling a potential shift rightward for yet another South American nation.




Reflections on Wise and Suicidal Immigration
Legal immigration has historically been classically liberal and a great boon for the United States.

What Explains the Vicious Left?
When politics becomes a religion, nonbelievers must be punished.

Those The Gods Wish To Destroy
Much of modernity often resembles a form of madness. Failed strategies are tried relentlessly again and again with the expectation that, somehow, this time the outcome will be different. Truths that are self-apparent must be denied for if these truths were spoken aloud the entire shaky foundation upon which everything has been based would be rocked to its core, and even Cathedrals themselves might be brought crashing down. If you need evidence of this look no further than the shameful reaction we have seen in the last few days to the news coming out of Germany.

Humanities: Their Own Worst Enemy
As a career academic, I try to be optimistic about our colleges and universities, particularly the fate of the humanities. But even optimists will find their hearts sinking at this interview of Sidonie Smith, who holds a named chair in the humanities at the University of Michigan. Smith is the author of a new book, Manifesto for the Humanities: Transforming Doctoral Education in Good Enough Times.

Meet the Cry-Bully: a hideous hybrid of victim and victor
In the 1970s, there was a big difference between bullies and cry-babies. Your mum would have preferred you to hang around with the latter, but sometimes the former had a twisted charisma so strong that you found yourself joining in the taunts of “Onion Head!” at some poor unfortunate creature sporting a cranium of a somewhat allium caste.

America Used To Know How To Assimilate Immigrants
Why did Mussolini’s siren song of fascism fall on deaf ears with Italian immigrants, while the sadistic song of terror today finds a receptive audience among Arabs with long ties here?

How To Raise Children Who Can Handle Freedom
It is not enough for me to teach my children to shoot holes in The New York Times with their favorite sidearm or to deliver impromptu lectures on American history.

The surreal whimper ending Western civilization
Benjamin Franklin, when asked if America was a republic or a monarchy, famously replied “A republic, if you can keep it.” What the Founders probably could not imagine was the way in which the American experiment — indeed, the entire Enlightenment experiment — was going to end. They imagined that people would gravitate towards tyranny. They could not have imagined, however, that the West was lapse into suicidal insanity on its path to that tyranny.

Bulldozing Monuments and the War on American History
On December 17, the New Orleans City Council voted to remove four Confederate statues from the city, using obscure “nuisance” laws to strip these over 100-year-old historic monuments from their places of display.

Hillary’s “White Privilege” Self-Abasement
Yesterday Hillary Clinton appeared at something called the Black and Brown Forum, which may be good preparation for leaving the country black and blue from the bruises of liberalism. She was asked to reflect on her own “white privilege,” and she didn’t miss the opportunity to abase herself as fully as possible. But what, in her answer, actually connected to the pallor of her skin? Nothing, that I can see. And why, I’m wondering, are we supposed to feel guilty about, and apologize for, growing up in loving, stable, middle class households as she describes? This can’t end well for liberalism.

GOP voters are refusing to fall in line
According to conventional wisdom, the GOP nominates the guy whose turn it is, while the Democrats look for a savior. As Bill Clinton once said, “In every presidential election, Democrats want to fall in love. Republicans just fall in line.”

We Want The Truth
… and we’ll take it where we find it.

Two Books and the End of the CA GOP
Sometimes the impact of a book is not just what’s in the book, but when you read it.

Courtesy Is Now “Rape Culture”
In an astounding leap of feminist logic, Berkeley law student Courtney Fraser condemns chivalry as “benevolent sexism,” blaming “sexual violence against women” on “the perpetuation of rape culture, which normalizes this violence.” Of course, “the age of chivalry is gone,” as Edmund Burke observed in 1790, but feminists are fiercely determined to eradicate whatever vestiges of the “unbought grace of life” yet remain.

I’m Not a Feminist—Even Though I Attend a Women’s College
As a student at Barnard College, one of the few women’s colleges in America, identifying as a feminist is de rigueur. Just like lamenting the cost of tuition or complaining about dining hall food, feminist ideology is a hallmark of the conversations here. Yet, I adamantly shun the contemporary feminist movement that sweeps liberal arts campuses like mine, and you should too.

The West’s Great Folly: Believing Old Empires Had Gone “Progressive,” Too
Founded in 1549 by Ivan IV the Terrible as the Ambassadors College (Possolski Prikaz) and reorganized in 1720 by Peter I the Great as a Western-style Foreign Affairs College, the Russian service contributed as effectively as the military to the country’s steady aggrandizement. It did not vanish in 1917, but switched allegiance to the Soviet regime, much as the Ottoman service rallied to Kemal’s Republic, and helped it recover most of the tsars’ lands in just a few years.

Progressives Want the U.S. to Imitate a Dying Europe
For those of us who love comedy, one of the most delightful ironies of progressivism is how regressive it is, how mired in the past. While conservatives gather to discuss fresh reformist ideas on how to fight poverty and keep a free society afloat, all progressives ever do is reach into their Magic Box of Tomorrow and draw out the same sclerotic socialism that’s been poisoning the lives of nations since at least the 19th century.

How Badly Has the U.S. Been Humiliated? Let’s Count the Ways
Paul has offered thoughts on the release of the U.S. sailors, all of which I agree with. I want to add a few further observations.

Thank Citizens United That You Can See “13 Hours” This Weekend
For the first time in years, Hollywood is putting out a picture that might do some harm to the Democratic Party. Without Citizens United, this never could have happened.

Come On, Take It
Yesterday, on a private forum a friend of mine who here will go under the name Sam Anderson said the following

Democrats nearing a big blowup
There’s nothing like a family feud to expose jealousies and rivalries that have been percolating for years.

A law professor tricked his students into lying, which shows why you should never talk to police
The class’ response to the pop quiz shows you how easy it is to make false statements and construct a version of events that’s wrong, even if you believe you’re telling the truth.

Nancy Pelosi Can See Iran’s 57th State From Her House On Bahrain’s Gaza Bridge
Whatever she found, her eyesight is inhuman. Which sort of makes sense, actually.

The Oregon standoff is far bigger than a group of armed men in a refuge
They say the federal government stripped them of their land and resources. And they’re not alone.

The Leftist Intellectuals Hovering Over the Campus
Political correctness – the academic aping of the class struggle — has increasingly generated campus hijinks unintentionally redolent of the cartoonist Al Capp’s 1960s depiction of S.W.I.N.E. (Students Wildly Indignant about Nearly Everything). Recently, referring to the plague of campus hoaxes regarding rape and race, capped off by the ruckus at Oberlin College because of the cultural “disrespect” shown by serving General Tso’s Chicken with steamed instead of fried rice, I was asked by a well-educated friend, “how did academia come to this sorry pass?”

Feminist Tumblr: Having Babies Is “One of the Most Selfish Things” People Can Do
Deep thoughts from a bisexual radical feminist in the Midwest

What Women’s Studies Teaches
Toni Airaksinen (@Toni_Airaksinen on Twitter) attends elite Barnard College, but she is on scholarship and comes from a blue-collar Midwestern background, which probably accounts for both her common sense and extraordinary courage.

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