Saturday, May 30, 2015

Saturday Etc.

Bernie Sanders continues to shock the establishment with his fundraising figures.

A second person I believe has coming forward making allegations against former House speaker Dennis Hastert.

Hastert's crime was lying to officials about the payments to the blackmailer, and the "victim" is a blackmailer.

I wrote a long post about this yesterday saying that it was not likely a crime that happened between Hastert and a high school student, even if "sodomy" laws existed at the time. Hastert left the teaching profession for politics way back in 1981, before states started cracking down on teacher-student relationships if the student was past the age of consent. The reason states did that was for liability reasons.

Hell, in Oregon these days, teachers can be sanctioned on their licenses if they transport students in their personal vehicles.

Why not just have Barnard go coed and stop with the transgender pretense?

In that event, it would go the way of Radcliffe and basically not exist anymore as a separate college.

Another presidential candidate jumps into the fray, and he will likely jump back out again.

At 52, O'Malley is a bit on the young side as far as presidential candidates go.

Obituaries: Tennis great, Doris Hart, 89, has died.

As a player, her best weapon was the drop shot, which she practiced endlessly as a youngster. She would hit it even from behind the baseline, floating winners just over the net.

"I'd be criticized," she told The Associated Press in 2004. "I can remember losing matches, and people would come up to me and say, 'Girl, do you know how many times you missed that drop shot? If you hadn't done that, blah blah blah.' And I'd say, 'Thank you.' But I knew I had to do it. That's what would win for me." After she retired, she worked as a teaching pro for 28 years at a club in Pompano Beach, but neck trouble forced her to give up tennis in 1993.

Obituary: Beau Biden, oldest son of Vice President Joseph Biden, has died after battling brain cancer for several years. He was just 46 years old.

Beau Biden, a major in the Delaware Army National Guard’s Judge Advocate General Corps, became one of his state’s most popular public figures and had been considered the frontrunner for the 2016 race to become the state’s next governor, but in August 2013 he checked into one of the world’s most renowned cancer treatment centers, Texas Medical Center, in Houston to begin his fight with the disease.

Biden is survived by his wife and two children.

Some sanity here for a here.

Men have no business trying to define the female/woman experience, and they sure as hell have no right trying to mock them.

Furthermore, the trans and "sex workers" are advocated by the trans because many of them are in the sex selling business.

This garbage has no place in human discourse.

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