Sunday, October 23, 2016

When the devil went down to Georgia

Here's my WND column for this weekend, entitled "When the devil went down to Georgia: An Allegorical Tale."

It's very different than anything I've ever written, and as the comments demonstrate, not everyone liked it. Oh well.


  1. That was an awesome short story. A new calling?
    Montana Guy

  2. lol - And so it began! (And just LOOK where we are now!)

  3. WND is running Clinton campaign ads?

    And opening spam in another window?

  4. very creative!
    i stay home with 5 kids, soon to be 6. i am the "black sheep" of my family lol. we are middle class, small house, one car currently. people just cant figure us out.

  5. I think you did great.
    - Charlie

  6. I had the same problem as "B" -- Clinton ads and then spam ads in a separate window. Not the first time that has happened to me at WND. But will be the last as I'm not going to bother opening their links anymore ...

  7. If you use adblocker you will not get those pop-ups and you will be able to enjoy the articles, works for me!!

  8. As much as I hate to relinquish the autonomy, social capital, and security that comes with having a career of my own and knowing that I could survive if my husband died or threw me out tomorrow, you're right.

    Realistically, it's probably also morally correct that we should be the property of our fathers, then our husbands, and lacking that, our closest surviving male relative. I'm not being sarcastic. I hate it, but honestly I think it is probably best for the mental health of men (and therefore the health of the family) and also for social cohesion.

    Feminism hasn't given us anything good.

    It was never about empowering women. It was just a trick to drive down wages and sell more crap.