They do have their own blog (www.chicksontheright.com). I assume they’re using Facebook to advertise; I know I first heard of their site through Facebook.
If they lose the account, they’d probably be losing a huge source of new views.
December 2, 2012 at 2:04am
It’s nice having a wife you can share a burger with, instead of hiding it from her
November 18, 2012 at 5:09pm
It’s for blowing the world’s largest soap bubble.
September 11, 2012 at 11:58pm
First off, if the baby was sick, it probably wasn’t the best idea to bring the kid to class to possibly infect the students.
Second, I cannot think of any other job that would let you breastfeed your kid while you’re doing said job (except for maybe if you’re running a daycare in your own home or something). Cashiers don’t breastfeed while counting change. Cops don’t breastfeed while placing a suspect under arrest. Receptionists don’t breastfeed while taking calls. Pilots don’t breastfeed while flying a plane. Any woman at any one of these jobs (or the dozens to hundreds of other jobs or careers out there) would likely not be allowed to bring their sick child to work, let alone breastfeed (or bottle-feed) the kid. The baby is a distraction; I doubt anyone attempting to feed a baby is paying 100% attention to whatever other task they’re trying to do.
Didn't someone do a comedy skit like this one time? LOL, I just have that image in my head of a cop breastfeeding while cuffing someone.
Speaking of distracting, it does bring up a good point about it. I remember reading that breastfeeding changes a woman's brain waves and puts her in a different state than full wakefulness. It's part of the "special relationship" women and children develop through breastfeeding. Also, I think it activates the same pleasure centers as an orgasm does.
September 11, 2012 at 7:35pm
I went to college for four years to be a teacher. Once I did my student teaching and learned that we’d have to put up with this crap, among other things, I decided not to go into teaching.
Better to waste four and a half years (to pick up a semi-useful minor my last two semesters) and tens of thousands of dollars than to become a PC pawn tasked with the duty of indoctrinating the next generation.
It’s kind of sad that so many of us start with the desire to do good and challenge children’s minds, only to find out that we’re not allowed.
August 18, 2012 at 8:06pm
My brother, a liberal, said the same thing-that the Church is a hate group. While he’s boycotting CFA, I was wondering if he was going to boycott Mom, as well, seeing as how she tithes to a hate group (AKA the Catholic Church) every week.
July 17, 2012 at 2:26am
The article’s about an Olympian who lifts 500+ lbs over her head. I’m pretty sure the bodies of most women her height with a normal BMI would be unable to support that much weight.
I’ve always thought the people who post nasty things about the subjects of these types of articles, whether that they’re too fat like this young woman, or too skinny in the case of models, probably have poor images of themselves.
It’s not like Holley’s going to read your advice; she’s got better things to do, especially when, if you read the full article at NYT, you see that she’s working full-time with a coach who probably knows the shape her body is in far better than anyone looking at a picture can.
June 30, 2012 at 1:08am
They kidding? The lottery is the only way to get most of these people to pay ANY form of taxes.
May 8, 2012 at 6:40pm
“Will Christie’s popularity help Romney score points this fall? Could New Jersey go red for the first time since 1992?”
One can only hope….
January 6, 2012 at 2:53pm
My squishy little cat, Koshka, is all for whichever candidate will help build the economy back up. Need to be able to spend more on gourmet cat food!
December 27, 2011 at 4:38pm
They were my illustration of the entitlement culture of my generation. Five years of retail experience, 3 years of office experience, and a 3.85 college GPA, and I still accepted a position there at minimum wage, because at least it was a job. Now, there was a complete lack of air conditioning, the decor hadn’t change since probably before I was born, things were breaking all over the place, and my schedule changed day-to-day, but it was a job nonetheless
December 20, 2011 at 11:34am
duh, i read wrong. it’s the mayor blessed with the name, not the athiest. sorry, guy!
December 20, 2011 at 11:30am
Funny story: my last name is Fouts, only spelled differently. I looked up the meaning, and, basically, it translates to “windbag” or “blowhard.” I’m sure my ancestors would be proud….
duh, i read wrong. it's the mayor blessed with the name, not the athiest. sorry, guy!
December 9, 2011 at 11:39am
Funny how you don’t see Tea Partiers destroying TV sets….
August 8, 2011 at 1:55pm
“All women do use contraception at some point in their lives, and we think it should be available to them as a preventive health service”
It is available, just not for free. Not like they’re banned from paying for it themselves
July 13, 2011 at 10:21am
Things like this and that book in Nebraska are why I’m not a teacher. I love kids, I love teaching, and I have a degree in education, but I have been turned off by the union ever since my senior year in college, when the NJEA gave out lists of the districts with starting salaries of over $40,000. Don’t say that you’re in it for the students when the money is obviously the first thing on your list.