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 Today’s Quote

“I could not in good conscience vote to draft our daughters into the military, sending them off to war and forcing them into combat.”  – Ted Cruz, a father of two daughters and hater of women

Time Check

Jan 27, 1944 – The Soviet Union announced that the two year German siege of Leningrad had come to an end.

Jan 27, 1951 – In the United States atomic testing in the Nevada desert began as an Air Force plane dropped a one-kiloton bomb on Frenchman Flats.

Jan 27, 1997 – It was revealed that French national museums were holding nearly 2,000 works of art stolen from Jews by the Nazis during World War II.


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Iss. 49

January, 27, 2017


Dear Thinkers, 

Welcome to the women’s march where many of us failed to vote this November, but have turned out in droves in order to protest the destitute condition of women here in America. (Women are just ravaged, aren’t they?) Those who did vote, likely supported a candidate that welcomes money from nations that condone marital rape. Her name is Hillary Clinton. But here I am pointing it out…    I guess that means I hate women. 

Before we proceed, I’d like to note something: This topic—for whatever reason—lends itself to extreme polarization. A mere mention that you don’t support the march deems you a bigot. But ask yourself now what lengths you will go to defend a gathering that was actually organized by an individual who supports the degradation of women. There is your fair warning. Let’s proceed. 


This week, I tweeted:  

Which begs the question: Are the women who didn’t attend the protest sexist? Aren’t they women too? Somehow, the “I’m with her” bumper sticker never was conflated to mean Carly Fiorina. Have you ever wondered, why is that? Why wasn’t she included in the excitement of breaking the ‘glass ceiling’ and becoming the first woman President? (Not to mention the first woman VP in the race of ‘08 that nobody seemed to care about. Where was that excitement?) But who are we to talk about inclusivity and equality? –this is after all just an article, by no means a noble protest.

The reason Conservatives were not welcome at these marches is because the consensus is that ‘Conservatives hate women’. They were not allowed to be sponsors, or to deliver key speeches. But incase you did forget, Conservatives do have moms, wives, daughters, and girlfriends. Do they hate them? I think not. And many of them ARE women. Come on silly, did you forget? You see, If you cease to mark Conservatives sexist and allow them to become human, then you then end up at a scary place called reality. In reality, you have to win a debate by being correct, not hiding behind a shield of insults. For those who are still with me, let’s have that debate.

The protests were about the rape culture: Were they? So why not have this rally against Hillary Clinton becoming the Democratic nominee for President. We always hear from the Left about how we need to listen to the rape victim “no matter what”. Of course that doesn’t apply if you are going to speak against Bill Clinton. Nope! No protest for that. No protest for him cheating on his wife. No protest for Hillary tolerating him taking advantage of women. Why might that be? 

Now, nobody said these people don’t have a right to gather so let’s dispel that hollow distraction. The question here is the validity of their cause. And what is that cause? I think it’s a fair question considering Madonna’s speech about “wanting to blow up the white house” isn’t exactly women’s rights—or is it? What do I know, I’m just a man. I’m not allowed to speak to these issues.

But in assuming that I’m a man, you have already broken one of the most sacred rules of Leftism. How do you know I don’t feel like a woman today? Don’t worry, I don’t today, but be sure to use more caution lest tomorrow your bigot label-gun could misfire and end up on your own forehead. So if I feel like a woman, then I can condemn the women’s march? Wait, don’t answer that.

To add to the confusion, the organizer of the march, Linda Sarsour supports Sharia Law, which by the way, is not an exact synonym for women’s suffrage, 

Sounds nice doesn’t it? And no Linda, there is nothing Liberal about Sharia Law. 


But we’ll spell that out for you in just a minute. 

Also, I saw signs about climate change, about Pence, Trump, about Paul Ryan, about the economy… Is the climate hindering us from achieving women’s rights? Are the ice caps forcing women to wear burkas? Absurd.

I can only address one issue at a time so let’s assume the protest is actually about women’s rights (though we’ve established such is highly questionable). But let’s take them at their word.

What rights do women lack in the United States? Please write me. christianrogers@realtimesblog.com Do educate me. How are women oppressed? 

In the Middle East they most certainly are. That march I would attend. But for some reason they don’t have them… (need I remind you the reason they don’t have marches is because of a sexist institution called Sharia Law) Except, many of the attendees of the women’s march here, were—as we touched on earlier—the very same people who voted for Hillary Clinton. Clinton herself received money from the governments of countries that abuse women and gays.

If you supported Hillary Clinton, do explain to me why there hasn’t been a protest for this. Is it not a big enough deal? I hope that isn’t the case, because now you’re starting to sound like everything you’re accusing others of… Here are some of the nations that gave money to Hillary Clinton in violation of Human Rights Watch. 

According to Politifact (a leftist site so it must be true), these countries include: Saudi Arabia – where women need a “male guardian” for approval on everything from obtaining a passport to seeking higher education. How sweet. OH, They also have no divorce rights.

United Arab Emirates – The same male approval is needed for marriage PLUS, law allows a husband to assault his wife and children LEGALLY.

Qatar – marital rape is permitted. Women need a male guardian to approve a marriage contract, and one law specifies that a wife must obey her husband.

Oman – Human Rights Watch notes that while there is a nondiscrimination law, women still face discrimination when it comes to domestic issues such as child custody and divorce.

At the marches, I also observed countless signs which labeled Pence as a bigot and as a hater of gays. As you can imagine, there wasn’t a sign like that about Hillary Clinton, who has been in office (for half a lifetime), has been in power, received money from these nations, established relationships with these nations, and hasn’t confronted any of them on the issue of how they treat women and gays. Let’s take a look the report card:

Once again, from (Leftist website) Politifact:

Gay rights

According to the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association, all sex outside of marriage, including same-sex intercourse, in Saudi Arabia is punishable by death.

For a married man, the penalty is death by stoning (no Colorado, that’s not smoking pot). An unmarried man faces 100 blows of a whip.

In Qatar, any sexual act outside of marriage is punishable by death.

The United Arab Emirates also bans sex outside of marriage, and the death penalty could apply to consensual “same-sex relations.”

As for Oman, the country punishes same-sex acts by up to three years in prison.

Executions in Saudi Arabia specifically have increased recently, but specific convictions, and whether are they related to homosexuality, are hard to measure (probably because they kill you without record. If they were meticulous about record keeping, I’d think they’d use injection rather than stoning and throwing you off rooftops, no?). 

Hmm… Where’s the outrage? Of course it’s non existent. The reason is that we live in a world where the burden of proof for being a sexist, for being anti woman is your failure to support a political rally, but turning a blind eye to true injustice, accepting their money, that earns you the title ‘champion of women’. This rationing is plain out dumb. Women all around the world are marginalized daily. Yet, their screams are drowned by the thunder of Madonna, glorified speeches, vulgar poetry, and silly signs. 

But the protests were effective. They won. Just this week the Senate voted overwhelmingly to require women sign up for the draft. And you’re right, that was the place where women were still lacking a right. But if the battlefield become a place where women go to die, I contend that the individual protecting them from such harm, be the only one who truly cares about women. The Conservative. Ted Cruz, a father of two daughters, and hater of women commented this week, “I could not in good conscience vote to draft our daughters into the military, sending them off to war and forcing them into combat.” 

Now comes a day when generations of women will not march for rights, but will march to battle. All in the guise of equality. And someone’s daughter wearing camouflage, bogged in a trench in the Middle East, fighting for real equality, might pause and curse her mother who got drunk, wearing pink, cursing men, that one fine day at the women’s rally.

P.S. Barack Obama, Barbara Boxer, Hillary Clinton, and Dianne Feinstein all pay the women in their office less than they pay their male employees so don’t go there. You won’t have fun defending that one. Do they hate women? 


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Christian Rogers

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