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Pizza and the Dark Night of the Soul

June 8, 2012


RENÉE writes:

I just started reading a book, The Long Dark T-Time of the Soul, by one of my favorite science fiction authors: Douglas Adams. It was written in 1988. In it is the most perfect account of a young woman’s relationship with pizza. I normally would only have laughed at it. However, because I am under the tutelage of The Thinking Housewife, I know this is a sign of the times.  I think you will appreciate the description:

“She enjoyed the notion that New York was home, and that she missed it, but in fact the only thing she really missed was pizza. Read More »


Male Breadwinners Refuse to Toe the Line

June 8, 2012


MEN who support their wives in traditional marriages represent a serious threat to the feminist revolution, say the authors of new Harvard-funded research, PJ Tatler reports.

The three authors of the article “Marriage Structure and Resistance to the Gender Revolution in the Workplace” write:

In this article, we examine a heretofore neglected pocket of resistance to the gender revolution in the workplace: married male employees who have stay-at-home wives. Read More »


Obama’s Joke

June 8, 2012


It is highly doubtful that Obama meant the off-color joke that has caused such an uproar since yesterday.

The President, as is well known, was speaking at a fundraiser for the LGBT Leadership Council in Beverly Hills. (LGBT’s, for those who have been away, are members of the exalted LGBTQQIP community.) When Obama was introducing the child-like lesbian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, he made the following comments:

I want to thank my wonderful friend who accepts a little bit of teasing  about Michelle beating her in pushups — (laughter) — Read More »

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