Here we are again, boys ‘n’ girls, another somber December 6; another year has come and gone and it is time again to commemorate the Polytechnique Massacre when fourteen young women’s lives were lost at the hands of a deranged misogynist. For the two plus years since I’ve started Sister Sage’s Musings, I’ve . . . → Read More: December 6, 22nd Anniversary of the Polytechnique Massacre–With Every Passing Year, We Seem To Keep Going Backward
Is there nothing the Batshit crazy won’t stop at in the name of austerity? Here’s something that could warm the heart of Super Vic Toews. According to a report from Daily Kos, it appears that Topeka Kansas, nor Shawnee County, can “afford” to prosecute perpetrators of domestic abuse.
The Topeka City Council on . . . → Read More: Austerity More Important Than Justice For Victims Of Conjugal Violence in Topeka, Kansas
Remember that gawd awful image below? Is it just me? Or does he really look diabolical? He looks like he’s about to devour that invisible baby.
Yes, #gregfultzisacreep, that billboard boy has been ordered to take down his billboard immediately.
But Fultz’s attorney said his client is adamant about protecting his . . . → Read More: Fetus Billboard Boy Would Rather Go To Jail Than Take Down His Billboard
It seems that every year come December 6, we commemorate another anniversary of the Polytechnique massacre and every year, there is always some group, person, journo or politician to find a way to desecrate the memory to suit their own ends. Last year, I had posted about those accusing women’s groups and the suvivors and . . . → Read More: Stevie Spiteful Commemorates Polytechnique Massacre By Reminding Us He’s Part of the Problem
That’s exactly what Lorne Gunter did in his column this morning.
When Heather Mallick writes in the Toronto Star that women worry about the end of the registry because it protects them against having “their own personal bodies torn apart by bullets,” that’s somehow not a wedge? When she adds “there are women . . . → Read More: Who Knew That Concerns About Conjugal Violence Could Be Reduced To a Simple Wedge Issue?