M is for the many things she (?) …

People with a capacity for self-delusion

Our liberal acquaintances (for they ARE …) hate the culture wars for good reason. They’re losing.

Where Helen Reddy once roared about being a woman, her feminist successors are stumbling over pronouns. They talk about “birthing persons” or those “with a capacity for pregnancy.” Must. Be. Inclusive! The newest justice of the U.S. Supreme Court may very well be a woman and identifies as black but one thing s/he knows: s/he is not a biologist! The WI State Journal takes its usual potshot at Ron Johnson commanding these birthing persons like an Old Testament prophet to go forth and “populate the earth.”

Faced with repopulating the earth after activating Premier Kissov’s nuclear bomb Doomsday Machine, Dr. Strangelove (apparently a biologist) recommended that “since each man will be required to do prodigious … service along these lines, the women will have to be selected for their sexual characteristics which will have to be of a highly stimulating nature.” (Good advice in these times of pandemic.)

AKA: Cancel Culture

None of RoJo’s four Democrat(ic) challengers could bring themselves to say the word “mother” or “woman.” Because, to say it would be “transphobic.” These are “leaders” who change the subject when biological men beat women in swimming meets. It’s what Daniel Henninger calls “compulsive wokeness.” Public opinion pollsters really ought to sample for culture. It moves the needle.

Now that’s inclusive!

“In February when Russian troops invaded Ukraine, I started reaching out to people in the LGBTQ community there to understand the war from their perspective.” — New York Times Opinion Today.

→  Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) to UC-Berkeley professor: “You’ve referred to ‘people with a capacity for pregnancy.’ Would that be women?”
•   Berkeley professor (an expert on race, class, and reproductive rights) to Hawley:  ‘Your line of questioning is transphobic.'” (Read it!)

→ “Why Wokeness is the biggest threat to Democrats in 2022” — Chris Cilizza.

We write as conservatives who have accepted gay marriage in civil ceremonies and fault Republican candidate Tim Michels for denouncing same.

Atlantic magazine cover "Dan Quayle was right"Thirty years ago, Dan Quayle criticized Murphy Brown for bearing a child out of wedlock (no husband) as a lifestyle choice. The liberal intelligentsia pounced on what they thought was another Dan Quayle flub. Murphy Brown is a fictional TV character, they hooted. Until The Atlantic magazine printed a cover story: “Dan Quayle Was Right.”

The social-science evidence is in: though it may benefit the adults involved, the dissolution of intact two-parent families is harmful to large numbers of children. Moreover, the author argues, family diversity in the form of increasing numbers of single-parent and stepparent families does not strengthen the social fabric but, rather, dramatically weakens and undermines society.

They knew this in 1993, people!

Blaska’s Bottom Line: Upon being introduced to Harriet Beecher Stowe, Abraham Lincoln commented, “So you are the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war.” Culture matters.

Enough to turn an election?

About David Blaska

Madison WI
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9 Responses to M is for the many things she (?) …

  1. Hockey fan says:

    What? No mention of Trump. Refreshing and encouraging.

    Mike Leisz Chippewa Falls


  2. One eye says:

    The silver lining of 2022 is that liberals are being forced to address things that actually matter.

    Runaway inflation and Roe v Wade being overturned have real consequences!

    Pronouns and virtue signalling, not so much.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. westsidesue says:

    I love the spaghetti western decor in your banner. Highly suggestive to half-breed Italians. Oh right, and your column – refreshing and succinct. As a breeder, I represent those remarks. As a natural born woman, I embrace anybody who doesn’t lie about me or the nethers of my tribe.

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  4. Bob says:

    Can we please get all the biologist’s together and settle this! We’ve had all the scientist’s solve global warming, mask mandates, vaccine mandates, lock down mandates, where covid started. Now we need conscientious on birthing people (women)!


  5. Bill Cleary says:

    I work at a nursing home, where one day I heard residents talking about the words “Birthing People”. There were several residents in the room and when one of the residents explained what the word meant, they all laughed or shook their heads in disbelief.

    The older generations must think that the current one is crazy.

    To that, I agree.

    These people say that they cannot tell you what a woman is as they are not biologists. I’m not a Veterinarian but I can tell you what a dog is.

    If we vote people in that cannot tell you what a woman is, we as a society are doomed.

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  6. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    “‘When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said, in a rather scornful tone, ‘it means just what I chose it to mean–neither more nor less.’
    ‘The question is,’ said Alice, ‘whether you can make words mean so many different things.’
    ‘The question is,’ said Humpty Dumpty, ‘which is to be master, that is all. … I can manage the whole lot of them [words]. Impenetrability! That’s what I say.'”

    If you watched the exchange between Sen. Hawley and the sanctimonious Berkeley professor (of God knows what), you were farther into the realm of the Looking Glass than Lewis Carroll ever dared to venture. She is a true master of impenetrability, obviously taking her cue from Humpty Dumpty. And if you question the meaning she has arbitrarily assigned to certain words, you are transphobic, homophobic, whatever. (Plus she has thoroughly mastered HD’s “scornful tone.”) It always amazes me how lefties can look with admiration at someone so thoroughly befuddled by her toxic (and irrational) ideology. After she had tried to shut down his line of questioning, Sen. Hawley asked her if this was how she conducted her classroom–a strictly rhetorical query. I had no trouble imagining her pouncing on some poor student who had the temerity to express even a suggeston of dissent. And you can be certain that UW-Madison has many such specimens on its faculty, all making a very comfortable living by heaping scorn on the ideas, values, and beliefs of the taxpayers who support them.


  7. Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

    The Gotch is eternally grateful that his Dear late Mother (a career Lefty, she) isn’t around to hear these irredeemable phuque-wits disgracefully pander to a fraction of a 10,000th of a percent.

    You don’t flip off Mothers (or any of their children that weren’t raised as bespawling morons); despicable Lefty (forgive the redundancy) will pay a high price for for their monumentally pathetic insolence!

    The Gotch


  8. Bill Cleary says:

    Here might be another explanation for what is going on. Read this article from “Front Page Magazine” titled: “Satanic Secularism”


    This article is about the rise of secularism outlined in a book written by a Catholic priest Vincent P. Miceli. The book is called: “The Antichrist: The Final Campaign Against the Savior”

    In this book he writes in part:

    “…the “decline of Christian Faith has led to the decline of man’s confidence in the powers of human reason to attain reality and truth. Man has concluded today that all truth is relative.” “In rejecting the permanent authority of truth as founded by God in reality, reason, and revelation, man set himself up as the autonomous source of truth,”…….


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