Great article by Paul Elam.
Yep, facts stranger than fiction. Women are by far injured seriously by accidents, overexertion, and other unintentional causes. DV related (“interpersonal violence”) doesn’t even figure in the top 10.
Good reference to tie to marriage and religion
Good analysis- a shift from a traditional definition of marriage- sacred, only to be sanctioned by the state- to a legalistic, public policy “good” defined by the state, is at root the cause of many problems related to the marriage debate.
McLuhanesque reference to the power of language to shape thought and politics.
Since, to most at least, the Left controls the bulk of the media in the US, such “progressive” thoughtspeak bodes ill for those who might disagree. Read Animal Farm if you doubt the importance of redefining terms- and history.
I like the long term perspective…
So much for objective reporting. Yellow journalism is one thing, but intentional one-sided misrepresentation of people with opposing views, combined with non-existent fact checking defines irresponsible reporting.
Try to submit a comment that “goes against their editorial position” and you’ll get blacklisted.
Ideological gulags are alive and well and living in the blogosphere.
Phyllis says it like it is. How does one stop the government gravy train once it pulls out of the station?