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Doing Feminism | National Review Online — Before I started doing stand-up comedy a few years ago, I knew Joan Rivers only as that lady with the weird face who got made fun of for her weird face. And I think a lot of people in my generation had the same experience. That is, of course, until she died.

Re ‘People’s March, People’s Republic’ — I would like to add something quick to Kevin's post. (I'm too nervous to watch every pitch of the Tigers versus the Royals.) I spent some time near the crowd today - and that crowd was more like a mob, in my view.
Sep 21, 2014

RT @NROcorner: Re ‘People’s March, People’s Republic’: I would like to add something quick to Kevin’s post. (I’m too nervous ...

Anencephalic Babies Not Good as "Dead" — Throughout my campaign on behalf of the human exceptionalism and the equal dignity of all people, utilitarian bioethicists and others have challenged me about anencephalic babies, that is those born with parts of their brain missing. They aren't persons, indeed, aren't really human, the argument has gone. They are as good as dead.

The Islamic State . . . of Saudi Arabia — The beheadings over the last several weeks were intended to terrorize, to intimidate, to coerce obedience, and to enforce a construction of sharia law that, being scripturally rooted, is draconian and repressive. And let's not kid ourselves: We know there will be more beheadings in the coming weeks, and on into the future.