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Fifty-one United States Senators are woefully uninformed on the notion of religious liberty. Or they're ideologues trampling upon the Constitution. I'll go with (B), simply because it's unfathomable they're unaware of the intrusive nature of Obamacare's contraceptive and abortifacient mandate. The bishops have made the point quite clear.
Today is World Day of Prayer. Perhaps it would be beneficial for us to pray for the immortal souls of those 51, or at least for the souls of the thirteen Catholic Senators who betrayed their country and their faith.
Apparently we're not supposed to notice that a Georgetown code who testifies before Congress about her hyper-active sex life isn't in fact planning on entering a convent any time soon. The feminuts are in a tizzy, decrying all manner of perceived chauvinistic depradations, and said morally elastic coed is outraged! at any inferences upon the chastity of her maidenhood.
The, er lady, doth protest too much. The cat is out of the bag dear. The whole world knows you haven't saved yourself for marriage. The merchandise is used, and any gentlemanly suitors who might have come calling are wise to think twice before proceeding. Perhaps your anger ought be directed at yourself, seeing as how your availability for recreational pursuits is no longer a matter of dispute, and that of course puts you at a decided disadvantage vis-a-vis young ladies of propriety and good breeding.
On the other hand, a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle, right? So you've always got the old maids of the ya-ya sisterhood to fall back on. Well them, and cats.
Cue more feminut outrage: Newark, NJ plans to open their first all-boys public school, serving young men in grades 6 through 12. Similar Eagle Academies already successfully operate in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens. Single-sex high schools are the norm in Catholic education, it's nice to see the public schools finally catching on to the notion that separating the boys from the girls leads to fewer distractions throughout the school day.
Democrats will tell you that voter ID laws are discriminatory. A New Mexico dog agrees.
A Republican man in New Mexico wanted to show how easy he thought it was to commit voter fraud. So the Albuquerque man did just that: committed voter registration fraud by registering his dog, Buddy, to vote.
Then he called the news.
"They should verify. Somebody should have verified this information and somebody should have come out and took a look at exactly who it was," the unidentified man told the news station. "But I made up a birth date, and I made up a social security number and I had a voter registration card in my hand for Buddy two weeks later."
But when it came time to declare a party affiliation, Buddy made a beeline for his kind of people.
Buddy fits the demographic of a democratic voter. He doesn't pay any federal income taxes and is hoping for a free government handout (of dog treats).
Debbie Wasserman Schultz assures us that only a misocynist would ask Buddy for ID on election day.
Elsewhere in the news, AT&T made it official yesterday, "unlimited data" really means "we cut you off after 3 gigabytes." Which actually makes sense. You want more? You pay more. Yeah, I realize that's a foreign concept to our permanent entitlement class, who believe paying $30 bucks guarantees their right to monopolize a scarce, shared resource. Alas wireless bandwidth does not grow on trees, and TANSTAAFL.
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