November 10, 2013
Feminists and 'Moral Panic'
Two incidents have redrawn our attention to the pernicious effects of feminism in America: the skewed married women versus single women vote in Virginia and the increasing pressure put on the military to prosecute meritless charges of sexual assault. In both cases, ordinary men and women and the country as a whole are the victims of upper-class women's drive to power through mendacious claims megaphoned by a credulous, biased press A. Virginia Many find much of interest in the neck-and-neck race for the governorship in Virginia, where the lavishly funded, long time front-runner barely nosed out the conservative attorney general. Among the interesting facts about the race is this gleaned from exit polls: While Ken Cuccinelli beat Terry McAuliffe 51% to 42% among women who are married, among unmarried women McAuliffe won by a whopping 67 percent to 25 percent. Short of discouraging unmarried women away from the polls, what can the Republicans do to overcome this? (A more...(Read Full Article)