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Bülent Arınç, the deputy prime minister of Turkey
“[The woman] will know what is haram and not haram. She will not laugh in public. She will not be inviting in her attitudes and will protect her chasteness.”
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Bülent Arınç, the deputy prime minister of Turkey

[The woman] will know what is haram and not haram. She will not laugh in public. She will not be inviting in her attitudes and will protect her chasteness.”

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Judge Michael Mettyear
On giving a convicted rapist a light sentence: 
"It’s sad to see a man of generally good character in the dock for such a serious offence.
"I do not regard you as a classic rapist. I do not think you are a general danger to strangers. You are not the type who goes searching for a woman to rape.
"This was a case where you just lost control of normal restraint."
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Judge Michael Mettyear

On giving a convicted rapist a light sentence: 

"It’s sad to see a man of generally good character in the dock for such a serious offence.

"I do not regard you as a classic rapist. I do not think you are a general danger to strangers. You are not the type who goes searching for a woman to rape.

"This was a case where you just lost control of normal restraint."

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Greg Gutfeld
discussing the outrage over the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision: “Women have fought the stigma of fragile, emotional behavior for decades. For being accused of not being able to handle things. This hysteria by feminists has set back their cause by decades. They are truly resembling hysterics over a lot of this stuff, and they’re being dishonest to other women.”

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Greg Gutfeld

discussing the outrage over the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision: “Women have fought the stigma of fragile, emotional behavior for decades. For being accused of not being able to handle things. This hysteria by feminists has set back their cause by decades. They are truly resembling hysterics over a lot of this stuff, and they’re being dishonest to other women.”

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“Princeton Mom,” Susan Patton
Best known for writing a letter to her alma mater urging young women to devote 75 percent of their college careers to finding husbands. 
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“Princeton Mom,” Susan Patton

Best known for writing a letter to her alma mater urging young women to devote 75 percent of their college careers to finding husbands. 

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U.S. supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy, Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito, John Roberts and Clarence Thomas
In Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores they ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s mandate that employee health plans cover contraceptives can be ignored if the use of contraceptives violates company owners’ religious beliefs.
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U.S. supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy, Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito, John Roberts and Clarence Thomas

In Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores they ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s mandate that employee health plans cover contraceptives can be ignored if the use of contraceptives violates company owners’ religious beliefs.

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LA State Rep. Frank Hoffmann
Sponsored a bill that stops people who work for abortion providers  from distributing health information at Louisiana’s public schools
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LA State Rep. Frank Hoffmann

Sponsored a bill that stops people who work for abortion providers  from distributing health information at Louisiana’s public schools

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MO State Rep. Chuck Gatschenberger
Sponsored a bill restricting access to abortion: “Even when I buy a new vehicle — this is my experience — I don’t go right in there and say, I want to buy that vehicle, and, you know, leave with it, I have to look at it, get information about it, maybe drive it, check prices. There’s lots of things I do going into a decision — whether that’s a car, whether that’s a house, whether that’s any major decision that I make in my life. Even carpeting. You know, I was just considering getting carpeting in my house. That process probably took a month… I wanted to be as informed as possible, and that’s what this bill is, having them get as much information as possible.”
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MO State Rep. Chuck Gatschenberger

Sponsored a bill restricting access to abortion: “Even when I buy a new vehicle — this is my experience — I don’t go right in there and say, I want to buy that vehicle, and, you know, leave with it, I have to look at it, get information about it, maybe drive it, check prices. There’s lots of things I do going into a decision — whether that’s a car, whether that’s a house, whether that’s any major decision that I make in my life. Even carpeting. You know, I was just considering getting carpeting in my house. That process probably took a month… I wanted to be as informed as possible, and that’s what this bill is, having them get as much information as possible.”

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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin
Recently signed into law a requirement that physicians who perform abortions  have admitting privileges at an adequately equipped hospital within 30 miles of the place where the abortion is performed. This is not required of other more dangerous medical procedures such as colonoscopies.
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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin

Recently signed into law a requirement that physicians who perform abortions  have admitting privileges at an adequately equipped hospital within 30 miles of the place where the abortion is performed. This is not required of other more dangerous medical procedures such as colonoscopies.

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Mark Crutcher, President of Denton-based anti-choice emporium Life Dynamics
Recently sent out a letter to local hospitals thinly warning them that should they grant abortion-performing doctors admitting privileges, they better be prepared for trouble. A recent Texas law requires all abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
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Mark Crutcher, President of Denton-based anti-choice emporium Life Dynamics

Recently sent out a letter to local hospitals thinly warning them that should they grant abortion-performing doctors admitting privileges, they better be prepared for trouble. A recent Texas law requires all abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.

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Jack Cashill
About Elliot Rodgers:
"A generation or so ago a woman might have looked for a man who was kind, loving, pious, generous, faithful, hard working. The women in Rodger’s circle, as he saw it, looked for men who were hot, hunky and/or rich, none of which he was."
Cashill concludes that this “sickness” “set in when [feminists] and their ideological allies began to dismantle protective institutions of lasting value like family, community, nation, faith, and married love.”
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Jack Cashill

About Elliot Rodgers:

"A generation or so ago a woman might have looked for a man who was kind, loving, pious, generous, faithful, hard working. The women in Rodger’s circle, as he saw it, looked for men who were hot, hunky and/or rich, none of which he was."

Cashill concludes that this “sickness” “set in when [feminists] and their ideological allies began to dismantle protective institutions of lasting value like family, community, nation, faith, and married love.”

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