Destroying the Icons of Radical Feminism

This morning Bill Bennett had Kate O’Beirne of National Review Online on his show mostly discussing the Sam Alito Supreme Court Judicial Court confirmation hearings that are getting under way.

O’Beirne recently wrote a piece  that outlines her dream speech that she would have a Republican senator give regarding the myth that people like Senator Dianne Feinstein actually represent all women when it comes to the issue of abortion and other “womens” issues.

She goes on to argue…

A 2003 poll by the Center for the Advancement of Women, headed by Faye Wattleton, an ally of Senator Feinstein’s from her days as the celebrated president of Planned Parenthood, found that 51 percent of women would only allow abortion in cases of rape or incest or to save the life of the mother. Another 17 percent of women wanted to see abortions more widely available than that, but with more restrictions. So, that survey found 68 percent of women disagreeing with Senator Feinstein’s position on abortion.

During the same show Bill and Kate were discussing her new book Women Who Make The World Worse

One review at says

As a woman, Kate O’Beirne can say things a male commentator could never get away with. In her long-awaited first book, she takes on America’s leading feminists—including Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Eleanor Smeal, Maureen Dowd, Kate Michelman, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and even Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw. She confronts them with hard evidence of how women like them have done more harm than good over the last four decades.

This is a must read book to defend against the lies and distortions of the ultra left.

Buy it now!


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