The problem here is not my blogging. The problem is that somehow, for some reason, the Women’s March really bothers Nicole. I mean, really bothers her. She keeps talking about it.
As far as the above is concerned, I wonder who has “asked.” I wonder what “they” have “asked.” I suspect nobody has asked anything.
Nicole and Joe Naugler claim to be homesteaders and home educators. This blog endeavors to use their own words and their own photos to show that their claims are not true.
Cathy Harris claims, among other things, to have been raped in Philadelphia in the parking lot of an emergency room. The other blog quite clearly shows that her claim is entirely and provably false.
I fail to see any difference between the two things. In each case, claims were made. In each case, I dispute those claims.
It’s not about “women.” It’s about truth.
But let’s talk about “sincerity and credibility.”
There is a great story going around about a Trumper who yelled at marchers in Washington that they ought to get jobs and do something constructive. A passing marcher, without missing a step, replied, “It’s Saturday, bitch.”
It was a Saturday. And I know a great many people who wanted to march but couldn’t because they had to work on Saturday. But the majority of people do not.
However, when it comes to “sincerity and credibility,” nothing in the world trumps this:
If anyone wants to know what the enormous significance of the Women’s March was, go watch this.