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Lara Witt Would Be a Terrible First Date

Lara Witt is the managing editor of Wear Your Voice and despite being a solid seven and a half on the unofficial 1-10 scale of female hotness, she’s a waste of natural talent. She’s not a bad writer but she embodies the famous Reagan quote about how liberals aren’t ignorant, they just know so much that isn’t true. A friend recently made me aware of an article she wrote for WYV called, “10 Things Every Intersectional Feminist Should Ask on a First Date.” My friend asked me to read it and write a response to it. Here goes. First, intersectionality… Keep Reading

News

Sean Hannity Defies Critics, Extends Invite To Hackers And Leakers To Co-Host His Show

The Seth Rich mystery is an explosive and controversial saga. Believed to be the man who leaked Hillary Clinton’s damaging emails to WikiLeaks, he was gunned down last summer, and the case remains open to this very day. Many questions still remain, and journalists have been reticent to cover the story. Sean Hannity is one of the few with the courage to broach this story, and he refuses to back down. “Would you like to fill in as a host on my radio show? Over 550 stations 14 million listeners,” Hannity said in a Tweet to Kim Dotcom, the international… Keep Reading

Culture/Politics

Fewer Professionals, Please

In the summer of 1769 the town of Boxford, Massachusetts was on edge. Jonathan Ames’ pretty young wife, Ruth, had taken ill, and when Mrs. Kimball, a neighbor, came to visit, Ruth’s mother-in-law claimed the odor coming from her chamber was too foul to admit visitors. Kimball nevertheless insisting on a visit, found the room agreeable, but her friend writhing in pain on the bed and foaming at the mouth. When the young woman died the next day, her body was buried quickly, attended by an out of town minister for a very small group of family, with no coroner… Keep Reading

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