Author: Carey Roberts
April 6, 2008
Hillary Clinton has famously claimed that â€œResearch shows the presence of women raises the standards of ethical behavior and lowers corruption.â€ Ironically itâ€™s Mrs. Clinton who has now come under withering criticism as her ethical lapses and make-believe claims become …
April 3, 2008
When professor Suzanne Steinmetz published the results of her survey on domestic violence, no one had prepared her for the firestorm that would ensue. You see, feminists take it as an article of faith that only husbands abuse their wives.
March 15, 2008
Misty Ospina was dropping off her eight-month-old child at Richard Gibsonâ€™s apartment when the two fell into an argument. Suddenly Ospina, jealous over Gibsonâ€™s new girlfriend, grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed her ex.
February 29, 2008
Every time her campaign hit a rough spot, Hillary Clinton has artfully played the role of defender of the downtrodden or misty-eyed damsel-in-distress. But the sympathy vote began to tire of that routine. So now Mrs. Clinton has taken on …
February 25, 2008
Last Fall I wrote a three-part exposÃ© that revealed how an immigrant womanâ€™s restraining order becomes a â€œgold-plated meal ticket that entitles her to preferential treatment by immigration authorities, free legal services, and a generous helping of welfare services.â€
February 21, 2008
Oh, what a difference a year makes. When Hillary Clinton made her â€œIâ€™m in to winâ€ announcement on January 20, 2007, her path to the Democratic nomination looked like a rose-petal strewn cakewalk.
February 13, 2008
Each year 1.1 million American women are admitted to a nursing home where they will be medicated, monitored, and left with a $56,000 tab. Half of these women have no husband or other living relative. And hereâ€™s the heart-breaker: …
February 7, 2008
Contrast and compare, thatâ€™s what they do in college isnâ€™t it? Then perhaps maybe we could help the poor city council in Berkeley contrast and compare two elements of their society and how to deal with them effectively since from …
January 21, 2008
Hillary Clinton has come up with a brilliant solution to the problem of millions of illegals flooding our countryside. Ready for this? Simply declare them legal — at least when it comes to women. Mrs. Clinton needed only four words …
January 19, 2008
Last week Hillary Clinton overcame a double-digit deficit in the New Hampshire primary to surprise opponent Barack Obama. How did she manage to pull off the near-miraculous upset? Simple.
January 8, 2008
As her once insurmountable lead slips away, Hillary Clinton is desperately trying to turn things around by portraying herself as the most experienced, likeable, and yes, huggable candidate. Maybe voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, and elsewhere should hear the story …
January 3, 2008
The Duke lacrosse case represents an enduring failure of the American mainstream media. Not only did the New York Times, CNN, USA Today, and other outlets neglect their duty to provide balanced and factual coverage of the case. Worse, they …
December 28, 2007
When Mallard Fillmore quacks, I listen. Recently Mr. Fillmore saw fit to expound on a certain female presidential candidate. This is what he had to say: Abby: â€œI think girls should be treated exactly the same as boys. â€¦ …
December 19, 2007
When Hillary Rodham arrived at Yale Law School in the fall of 1969, the long-awaited Revolution seemed to be at hand. Students declared a â€œliberated zoneâ€ on the main quadrangle and erected tents for endless teach-ins. The university was forced …
December 14, 2007
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Most know that Hillary Rodham Clintonâ€™s politics veer to the outer fringes of the radical left. But how many understand the reasons for her conversion from Goldwater conservative to cultural Marxist, and how this would play out during her controversial …