Why Do So Many Women Vote For Men And Not Women?

Why Do So Many Women Vote For Men?

Why Do So Many Women Vote For Men? ?

Why Do So Many Women Vote For Men??

Update

Written three years ago but is most likely just as relevant to Hillary Clinton.

Women strongly criticized Hillary Clinton for craving power in a non-feminine and “emotionless” way, and although they liked her when she showed emotion, they didn’t like her when she discussed policy.

Women judged her harshly for standing by her man, suggesting that she did so just to further her own political ambitions.

And The Outcome?

Hilary Clinton barely won 50% of the women’s vote in the Democratic primary fight against Barack Obama.

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Medical Malpractice Or A Gun? Which Are You Most Likely To Die From?

How Does Death From Medical Malpractice Compare To Death From Guns In the US ?

Medical Malpractice Or A Gun? Which Are You Most LIkely To Die From?

Reseach shows that America has more guns and gun deaths than any other developed country in the world!

A study by two New York City cardiologists found that the U.S. has 88 guns per 100 people and 10 gun-related deaths per 100,000 people which is more than any of the other twenty seven developed countries that were studied.

Japan, on the other hand, had only .6 guns per 100 people and .06 gun-related deaths per 100,000 people, making it the country with both the fewest guns per capita and the fewest gun-related deaths.

A full list of handgun related deaths.

Do Guns Make People Safer?

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Combat? Should Women Serve In Combat Units?

One Woman’s View Of Women Serving In Combat Units

Women - Should Women Serve In Combat Units?

Should Women Serve In Active Combat?

“I’m neither women’s lib nor a woman that thinks that women should stay at home and be limited to cooking and cleaning”.

“And satisfying a man’s urges when called upon to do so even when I’m not in the mood, is certainly a turn-off”.

“The US military amongst many others now has women serving in combat units, and Israel has not only long had women in the IDF but it now has female fighter pilots”.

“There’s a part of me that says”,

"Hey gals, go for it if that’s what you want.",

“and then there’s another part of me that says”,

"Hey gals, you might think you want it when you’re in your 20s, but how will you feel when you’re older and maybe have a children?".

CBS News Video

Women In The Military

The Pentagon plans to fully integrate women into front-line and special combat roles, including elite forces such as Army Rangers and Navy SEALs, by 2016.

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United Nations – Does America Or The West Need The UN?

What Does The United Nations Cost America?

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The U.S. pays 30% of the United Nations annual budget which at last reckoning was eight billion dollars a year!

So the UN costs the US over 2.6 billion dollars a year!

And the headquarters of the United Nations complex is in New York City in the Turtle Bay neighborhood of Manhattan, and that’s prime real estate.

What Does The US Get In Return?

Below are the actual voting records of various Arabic/Islamic States which are recorded in both the US State Department and United Nations records:

Kuwait votes against the United States 67% of the time.
Qatar votes against the United States 67% of the time.
Morocco votes against the United States 70% of the time.
United Arab Emirates votes against the U. S. 70% of the time.
Jordan votes against the United States 71% of the time.
Tunisia votes against the United States 71% of the time.
Saudi Arabia votes against the United States 73% of the time.
Yemen votes against the United States 74% of the time.
Algeria votes against the United States 74% of the time.
Oman votes against the United States 74% of the time.
Sudan votes against the United States 75% of the time.
Pakistan votes against the United States 75% of the time.
Libya votes against the United States 76% of the time.
Egypt votes against the United States 79% of the time.
Lebanon votes against the United States 80% of the time.
India votes against the United States 81% of the time.
Syria votes against the United States 84% of the time.
Mauritania votes against the United States 87% of the time.

The US Gives Aid To Countries That Consistently Vote Against It

Egypt, for example, after voting 79% of the time against the United States, still receives $2 billion annually in US Foreign Aid.

Jordan votes 71% against the United States and receives $192,814,000 annually in US Foreign Aid.

Pakistan votes 75% against the United States receives $6,721,000 annually in US Foreign Aid.

India votes 81% against the United States receives $143,699,000 annually

Supposing There Was No United Nations?

It might be possible to make a case for maintaining the Security Council which is presently composed of five permanent members, China, France, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States and another one or two could be added.

But it’s hard to see any need for the others to be permanently hosted in lavish surroundings that cost a fortune, and mostly only bite the hands that feed them..

We live in a hi-tech age where communication is only a mouse-click away and can involve multiple participants who can all see each and hear each other.

So why do they need to be in the same room?

Watch This Trailer

If you think that maybe I’m being a little harsh and have a lingering feeling that shutting down the U.N. would somehow be disastrous then watch this official trailer for a documentary entitled “U.N. Me”, that was released last year.

 

And Now Read An Interview

Kenny Miles Interviews Ami Horowitz, the director of a documentary entitled "U.N. Me", that harshly criticizes the U.N.

"First let me say, I thought the movie was going to be a conservative Michael Moore, really partisan and it wasn’t. There wasn’t too much emotion, but rather the fact and I know a lot of people in the audience who were liberal who really liked the movie".

Kenny Miles

"I’m really glad to hear that, because that was a real conscience effort to make it because it’s really easy to fall for the partisan trap. I’m a conservative, but everybody who worked on the movie, editors, writers were all liberal".

Ami Horowitz

"The title "U.N. Me" brings to mind the Morgan Spurlock documentary "Super Size Me". Yet you didn’t try to work for the United Nations, for like a month or two, so why did you choose this title?".

Kenny Miles

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What’s The Origen Of The Term OK ? It’s Opposite of K.O. ?

Almost every language has an O vowel, a K consonant, and an A vowel.

So OK is a very distinctive combination of very familiar elements.

And that’s one reason it’s so successful. It stands apart.

What is the origen of the term OK?

I'm OK - You're OK


Okay is more than likely the most commonly used word in the world so surely we most know where it came from.

There are dozens of explanations on the internet as to the possible origin of the term OK and although most sound feasible such as OK is KO spelled backwards and the Greek expression Ola Kala which translates as Everything’s Fine, I’m not sure that I’d go with any of them without knowing a little more.

Other Origins Of The Term OK

Maybe an abbreviation of orl korrect, humorous form of all correct, popularized as a slogan during President Van Buren’s re-election campaign of 1840 in the US.

Black slaves of West African origin, where it represents a word meaning ‘all right, yes indeed’ in various West African languages.

And then there’s the Choctaw word "okeh," which sounds like and means okay.

President Woodrow Wilson reportedly thought it was the "correct" spelling of the word, and would OK documents with "okeh."

From the Scots – ‘och aye’ (yes, indeed)

From Finnish, ‘oikea’ (correct, exact)

From Mandingo, ‘O ke’, (certainly)

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