Tag Archives: women in combat

Miss USA’s Unfortunate P.C. Answer on Women in Combat


The media are swooning over the new Miss USA, Deshauna Barber, a 26-year-old Army Reserve officer and IT analyst for the U.S. Department of Commerce, largely because of her PC answer, approving of the recent decision by the Obama Regime to allow American women in combat. From the Washington Post: “The Pentagon recently made the decision to open up all combat ...

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Women Combat Soldiers = Cannon Fodder

Women Combat Soldiers = Cannon Fodder A Commentary by J. D. Longstreet ***************** The definition of “cannon fodder” from the Merriam-Webster.com/dictionary: 1:  soldiers regarded or treated as expendable in battle 2:  an expendable or exploitable person, group, or thing The Free Dictionary.com defines cannon fodder this way:  “Soldiers, sailors, or other military personnel regarded as likely to be killed or ...

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From My Cold, Dead Booty. Feminists, Try Coming for My Panties.

Whether it’s economics, biology, or criminology, the Left is permanently at war with reality. Some of its most militant combatants are radical feminists, who refuse to accept the fact that there’s more to the difference between men and women than our plumbing. Unfortunately, as the recent insane decision by the Obama administration to lift the ban on women in direct ...

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The Irony of Hillary’s “What’s the Diff?” Comment-Show Notes, The Teri O’Brien Show, 1-27-13

Thanks to our guests, Elaine Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness, and Leslie Eastman, publisher of the bog Temple of Mut, contributor to Legal Insurrection and producer/co-host of Canto Talk. While both Democrats and Republicans slobber all over Hillary Clinton when she finally appears before Congress to try to explain what happened when 4 Americans were murdered in Benghazi ...

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A Week in Bizarro World-Today on The Teri O’Brien Show

This week was one of bizarre spectacles, over and above the 2nd inauguration of Barack Hussein Obama, praise be his name. That event featured Richard Blanco’s poem “One Today.” “My face your face” is part I remember. Seriously? “My ass, your ass,” I thought. Of course, I’m probably just a peasant who doesn’t appreciate great art from a man who ...

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