Wednesday, December 07, 2005


Gender on Campus

I'll been interested to see what kind of reception Kate O'Beirne's new book, ""Women Who Make the World Worse and How Their Radical Feminist Assault is Ruining or Schools, Our Families, Our Military and Sports," receives when it is released next month. (Please note - the title refers to certain women, not all women. That seems to be a common mistake when encountering the title.)

Imagine my surprise when I heard none other than Rush Limbaugh discussing O'Beirne's new work on yesterday's show. (You can read the transcript here.) Rush also touted Michael Gurian's "The Minds of Boys: Saving Our Sons from Falling Behind in School and in Life." Having just observed a startling hiring pattern on the part of the State of Tennessee's Department of Human Services based on race and gender (more to come later on that), I am certain that O'Beirne and Gurian are onto something here (with Gurian diagnosing the problem and O'Beirne identifying the source of that problem). I doubt, however, that Katie Couric and her liberal media cohorts will be touting either book anytime soon.

I will try to add these books to the sidebar of this site so that they can be purchased from Amazon as soon as possible. Hey, it's the Christmas season. Start working on the liberal feminists on your Christmas lists!

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