Autism Without Fear: Hold It--Donald Trump's a Moron on Vaccines? No. WASHINGTON'S a Moron on Vaccines!
The comments of Obama, McCain, Hilary, Trump...etc. are mere reflections of the DC-area's widespread ignorance on this subject.
If you are a girl or young woman, you are damned if you don't and damned if you do. If you refrain from any expression of sexiness, you may be written off as irrelevant and unfeminine. But if you follow the guidelines, you run the risk of being judged, shamed and policed.
This type of hair-bullying is not just present in the media. It is present in our homes as learned self-hatred manifests in comments to little girls with looser textures that they have "pretty hair," while little girls with kinkier hair textures are told that they have "bad hair."
Politics, Storytellers and Milltowns: Chatting With Kinky Friedman, Billy Joe Shaver and Mark Erelli
Kinky Friedman: Well, for one thing I'm going totally f**king deaf, which is a good thing. I only care about two things, and they are Libya and Charlie Sheen. Also, if you're going deaf and you're imaginative, you can think of more interesting things for people to say rather than what they're really saying.
We're outraged about blatant acts of racism, but we're OK with institutionalized racism that prevents people of color from obtaining jobs, quality education, and employment. We consistently roll back policy aimed at redressing historical injustices. And that, my friends, is the worst kind of racism.
The release of more documents from the Clinton presidency revealed just how much former President Bill Clinton's administration
The Gospel of Judas was written long after the last gospel, bringing its legitimacy into question, he said. "You know there's
A student from another institution telephoned me and wanted to talk about political correctness. Our exchange, unedited, appears below.
"You talk about a double standard," Limbaugh said in a post on his website. "One of the greatest illustrations of it is that
Limbaugh's comments sparked outrage among many, including seven advertisers who have since pulled their content from his
Radio host Don Imus on his show on Monday morning criticized Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, calling the
"You know what — I would!" Cavuto said. "At least...I knew what I was getting." Cavuto then named every other FBN host that
On Sunday's "Reliable Sources," the CNN host attacked his own network for going "utterly bonkers" in its coverage of the