Timely talk on women this Saturday, November 3rd, at Cornell

Did you know that there is a group of young conservative ladies at Cornell called the Network of Enlightened Women (NeW)? Well, there is.

This semester, NeW is bringing Christina Hoff Sommers to Cornell on Saturday, November 3rd, at 5:30pm in Hollis E. Cornell (HEC) auditorium in Goldwin Smith Hall. The title of Dr. Sommer's talk is "Education, the Sexes and Feminism: How the once-noble cause of feminism lost its way, and why it might take conservative women to get it back on track."

Sounds particularly timely in view of things like this, this, and this.
See you there.

A plethora of parodies

In case you haven't heard about “Julia,” "and if you haven’t seen her, she’s a colorful cartoon character invented by the Obama campaign to help spread the message of how women will “benefit” under the president’s policies"...and, of course, suffer endless life vicissitudes under a Mittens administration.

No, really. You have to see it to appreciate its godawfulness (click on the image):

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Maybe. 

We here at Redneck Mansion, however, maintain that you know an idea has truly been an epic flop when it spawns a seemingly infinite number of spoofs. Some are, well, staid, not to say boring, like this one at Heritage (click on the image):

And some are inspired lunacy...enjoy this version from Iowahawk (click on the image):

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