The Thinking 

Sexual Harassment

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Sexual Harassment Thuggery

November 10, 2011


KAREN KRAUSHAUER, another woman who has come forward to describe being sexually harassed by Herman Cain, told The New York Times: “Anyone should be able to report allegations of sexual harassment without fear that their lives and careers will be put on public display and laid open to public scrutiny.” Read More »


Victims of Sexual Harassment Piling Up in the Streets

November 7, 2011


ACCORDING to the American Association of University Women, an organization that neatly refutes the eighteenth century reformer Mary Wollstonecraft’s idea that education would elevate women, nearly half of all high school students in America have been subject to “sexual harassment.”

“It’s pervasive, and almost a normal part of the school day,” Catherine Hill, the director of research at the association, told The New York Times.

What will the future hold for the harassed? The university women recommend that each school have a “coordinator.” But, I thought Stalin tried that and it didn’t work.

Schools should shut down immediately to prevent this plague from spreading.


Sexual Harrassment and Cain

November 3, 2011


ANN COULTER’S column on the controversy over Herman Cain is very entertaining. She writes:

To have been accused of sexual harassment in the 1990s is like having been accused of molesting children at preschools in the 1980s or accused of being a witch in Massachusetts in the 1690s. Read More »

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