Read the entire article for a more detailed treatment of each point:
1. Glorifying Abortion
"There is perhaps nothing more anti-woman than abortion. But the pro-abortion radical feminists have flipped that onto its head, claiming that to be against abortion is to be anti-woman. And this may be the number one way that fascist feminists are destroying women."2. Encouraging Promiscuity
"Once upon a time, men had to earn sex with a woman. He would have to take her on a series of dates. He would have to enter into a relationship with her to prove his commitment to her. He would have to invest time, money, and emotions into their relationship. The woman held all of the power. Now, men don’t even have to take women onto dates. Often, dating happens after a couple has started sleeping together regularly. Men barely have to put any effort into it anymore, women just give it up hours after meeting random guys at a bar or a party."3. Sanctioning Victimhood
"Rather than encouraging women to take control of their own lives and be truly empowered, the femisogynists are forever trying to make sure that women always wallow in victimhood."4. Dabbling In Misandry
"Feminism has gotten a nasty reputation. Radical feminists are to blame for this of course, and they whine about it incessantly. Ask anyone what they think of when they hear the word “feminism”, and they’ll almost always think of “man-haters”. And there’s a good reason for it, too... a great many of the people involved in the radical feminist movement do indeed hate men."5. Destroying Chivalry
"Being willing to protect a woman and put yourself at risk for her shows her value and worth. But for some reason, chivalry has come under attack. Men don’t practice chivalry anymore, to the disappointment of women everywhere.
Why not? Well, according to a poll taken of college men, it’s because of radical feminism. Chivalry has been dubbed sexist. There’s an attitude from women that they don’t need a man. Women act as if chivalrous actions are somehow disrespectful. So why should men continue to be chivalrous?"6. Attacking Motherhood
"Fascist feminists, though, want to free women of their motherhood chains. Having babies is sexist and breastfeeding is creepy. Nuclear families are dangerous, and motherhood destroys your life. It’s their own agenda that is being pushed, not what women actually want or need."7. Requiring A Feminist Litmus Test
"Nothing angers leftist feminists more than combining the words “feminism” and “Sarah Palin” in a sentence. When Sarah Palin defined herself as a feminist, Jessica Valenti and the feminist left lost their minds. That’s because to the fascist feminists, only certain women count as “real” feminists. Amanda Marcotte even helpfully defined the specific issues that women are supposed to care about. Only women who cater to the liberal extremist agenda can be called feminists to women like Jessica Valenti and Amanda Marcotte."8. Promoting Lies and Manipulation
"The lengths femisogynists will go to in order to keep abortion legal and commonplace are shocking and despicable. The abortion lobby, and Planned Parenthood in particular, profits off of the lies and manipulation of women. Live Action has exposed the dishonesty in their Rosa Acuna Project, which shows how far clinics will go in order to convince a woman to get an abortion. They’ll tell women that there isn’t a baby inside their womb, they’ll lie about the heart beating, or how developed the baby is. Clinics routinely give out medically false information to women, and radical pro-abortion feminists never say a word about lying to women in order to sell an abortion."
Can you think of any more to add to the list?
Senate Dems ready oil tax bills as a weapon against Republicans - The Hill's E2-Wire:
"Tuesday morning a group that includes several Senate Democrats facing tough reelection battles will unveil a bill to “end to taxpayer handouts to the 5 largest oil companies making record profits and use the savings to reduce the deficit,” according to an advisory from Democratic leadership...
...The group unveiling the bill includes Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.), and Brown said Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) is also part of the effort. All three are politically vulnerable next year....
...Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) will also join in unveiling the bill, which Democrats are using as a weapon against Republicans in battles over fiscal policy.Did you catch that? The Democrats are using the budget-crushing, skyrocketing gas prices as a political weapon in some kind of sick game AGAINST the best interests of the American people. Raising taxes on oil companies (that happen to pay quite a boatload of taxes - Exxon Mobil paid $59 billion in the past 5 years alone) will continue to edge gas prices upward. It's a basic fact of running a business that as your costs increase, they are passed on to the customer. If the Democrats succeed in raising taxes on oil companies, we, the consumers, will pay the price.
Brown told reporters that the plan will 'Call the Republicans' bluff -- do they really care about deficit reduction?'
But Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) has floated a plan that would steer the savings from repeal of the tax breaks into alternative fuels and vehicle incentives – not deficit reduction."
Apple usurps Google as world's most valuable brand | Reuters:
"Apple has overtaken Google as the world's most valuable brand, ending a four-year reign by the Internet search leader, according to a new study by global brands agency Millward Brown.
The iPhone and iPad maker's brand is now worth $153 billion, almost half Apple's market capitalization, says the annual BrandZ study of the world's top 100 brands...
...Of the top 10 brands in Monday's report, six were technology and telecoms companies: Google at number two, IBM at number three, Microsoft at number five, AT&T at number seven and China Mobile at number nine.
McDonald's rose two places to number four, as fast food became the fastest-growing category, Coca-Cola slipped one place to number six, Marlboro was also down one to number eight, and General Electric was number 10.
Walshe said demand from China was a major factor in the rise of fast-food brands. 'The Chinese have been discovering fast food and it's such a vast market -- Starbucks, McDonald's... and pizza has hit China,' he said."
Time to unload your Google stock and invest in Chinese McDonalds!
"A majority of Republicans said for the first time that a third party was needed in American politics, according to a Gallup poll released Monday.
Fifty-two percent of Republicans, and an even stronger number of Tea Party supporters, support the creation of a major, third political party, underscoring the occasional tensions between grassroots conservatives and the GOP establishment.
An overall majority of Americans, 52 percent, said that a third political party was needed; the most profound shift has come among Republicans...
...Supporters of the Tea Party are even more likely to back a third party, the poll found. Sixty percent of Tea Party supporters back a third party, while 32 percent say the existing two parties are adequate. By contrast, 47 percent of Tea Party opponents said the bipartisan system is adequate, and 44 percent favored a third party."
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