Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Columbus, Ohio
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47 Responses to Wednesday, May 18, 2022

  1. DoraDora says:

    Good Morning.


  2. DoraDora says:

    Almost every day there is more Hunter news!

  3. DoraDora says:

    French former Marine returns from Ukraine shocked

    French ex-soldier Adrien Bocquet spent three weeks in Ukraine and what he saw there will be etched on his mind forever, he said. Once back home he was dismayed to learn that the media keep inviting “experts” who have not been to Ukraine and have no idea what is going on there.

    • taw46 says:

      Here is an English translation of part of the interview. Will any MSM, international included, look into this? I won’t hold my breath.

      • 1539days says:

        This is what happens when the left arbitrarily assigns the moral high ground to one group of combatants. It’s similar to assigning someone a gender because they “feel like it” one day.

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  8. elliesmom says:

    Anyone remember Phyllis Schafly, the lawyer who homeschooled her 6 kids and still found time to spearhead the anti-ERA movement?. My mom was apolitical, but somehow Phyllis got my mom’s address and kept mailing her newsletters. My mom knew I was involved in the pro-ERA movement, and she’d put Schafly’s missives in an envelope and mail them to me. She struck a positive nerve with my mom for lots of reasons.

    Schafly was strongly anti-abortion. She came at from lots of directions, but the one that hooked my mom was that too much energy that could be used to provide services to women who were in crisis pregnancies was being funneled to abortion. (My mom adopted two kids so she was very pro-adoption.) In time abortion would become the “easy” way to handle unwanted children, and support for a woman who wanted to keep her child or for adoption would pale in comparison. Also, over time abortion would degrade to just another form of birth control.

    Schafly also believed women were “special”, and we needed to take care that in pressing for an amendment that would give us blanket equality under the law, we were eradicating laws written to protect our special needs. It would also become unconstitutional to pass new ones. In her newsletters she’d give examples of things that might happen. She predicted no-fault divorce, abolishment of women only schools, clubs, sports teams, and restrooms. There were a lot more things, but I remember these because they were the ones that got my mom all fired up.

    Back then I bought into “Schafly is a nutcase”, but I also believed the abortion rights folks would settle for “safe, legal, and rare”. In the end Schafly got her way, and the ERA fizzled. It wasn’t 62 million abortions that turned me into a pro-lifer. It was seeing hundreds of early ultrasounds and going to a speech by Dr. Mildred Jefferson, one of the founders of the Right-to-Life movement. But a conversation with my closest friend last night who believes the failure of the ERA is all men’s fault has me thinking about good ol’ Phyllis this morning. The only thing she wasn’t prescient about was it didn’t take passing the ERA for women to become “not special”,

    • swanspirit says:

      I remember her very well. I also thought she was a nutcase, but I never thought abortions would become available at abortion mills, with full term children being murdered and bodies discarded like so much scrap at a butchers shop.

    • Mothy67 says:

      There is a mini-series on Hulu about her. Mrs. America. I half watched it. I recall it being a liberal production, but not insanely so. It left no impression on me.

      • elliesmom says:

        You were just a little kid when this stuff was going on, but Phyllis Schafly and Dr. Mildred Jefferson were big deals. Schafly and her Eagle Forum, and Jefferson and the Right to Life were trees stuck in the eyes of groups like NOW and Planned Parenthood who were trying to say they represented all women. Both women headed large organizations of mostly women who were out there fighting the capital F Feminists.

  9. DoraDora says:

    Angela Stanton King Rallies Crowd Against Joe Biden Outside Tops Grocery Store in Buffalo, NY : “You Can’t Bring A Knife To A Gunfight. STAY STRAPPED!”

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    Dr. Robert Malone: ‘Rotten to the Core’ FDA Knew COVID Vaccines Could Spur Viral Reactivation, But Said Nothing

  11. DoraDora says:

    House Democrats to hold hearings on baby formula crisis, introduce bill to beef up FDA inspections

    • elliesmom says:

      Because formula that didn’t hurt any babies needs more regulation.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Joey and the Woke Brigade really do despise the human race but seem to have a special hate babies in particular.

      • 1539days says:

        Lack of formula is hurting babies.

        I actually heard about this months ago. There are a small number of teenagers with severe food allergies that can only get nutrition from the special hypo-allergenic formulas and it was already getting hard to order in volume. Mothers of infants with allergies are now having to rely on pediatrician samples. The government’s obsession with “safety” has yet again put people in danger.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        I am really not here for all this “well why didn’t you just nurse?” business. Anybody who has had a baby knows that if you stop nursing, whether it’s that you don’t do it from the beginning or you stop for whatever reason a few months in, YOUR MILK DOESN’T COME BACK. At that point, the kid is on formula, full stop. Unpaid FMLA leave ends after 12 weeks max if you can afford to take it–after that, it takes a freaking herculean effort to work and pump and oh yeah, take care of that baby.

        I formula fed 2 and nursed 3 (but stopped relatively early with all 3 for reasons). No difference in outcomes.

  12. Helen+Kenney says:

    does this damn fool understand that hours of service rules were written in blood? they were put into place after many accidents and deaths due to being tired while driving.

    • lateblum says:

      He has no idea about anything resembling safety on the job. He’s never worked and most likely doesn’t know anyone who has ever worked in this life. He couldn’t even manage to keep the streets in South Bend in decent condition while he was mayor.

    • 1539days says:

      First, ignore the supply chain by keeping a formula manufacturer out of business for months. Next, place burdensome working conditions on truckers in an attempt to increase restocking.
      With higher gas prices and low pay, many truckers were already leaving the profession. Now that their bosses can force them into even more hours, how many more truckers will just quit? How many others will drive themselves to exhaustion to try getting by?

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  14. DeniseVB says:

    I thought this looked like eerie adorable fun 🙂

  15. Helen+Kenney says:

    just on tv, bid-on starts defense production act for baby formula

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  18. Helen+Kenney says:

    My question for the day. since men can become pregnant do they have to have cesarean
    operations or do they cut off their penises to have an opening to give birth? If they choose to have an abortion is their penis cut off?

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  21. Angie says:

    What a piece of shit.

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