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The Dirt Devil made me do it

Submitted for your approval on the 41st anniversary of Roe v Wade, we give you the latest anti-choice missive from the fertile but unploughed mind of Kathryn Jean Lopez: It is said that K-Lo’s mind is a rocky place where an intelligent thought may find no purchase… Also, too: First…

Sure, the Derb is offensive, but he’s also dishonest

I can't decide what is more telling an example of National Review's degeneracy: that they hired the soft-brained virginity worshipper Kathryn Jean Lopez, or that stewing pit of evil John "Women Lose Their Looks At 16" Derbyshire.  But Derbyshire is winning the race this week: Through British veins runs the…

K-Lo will not rest until the scourge of feminine joy is wiped out completely

As many of you know, the birth control pill turned 50 this year, which means that we’re all in for a lot of editorials chewing that favorite conservative theme, which I’d describe as, “Women only think they like sex.” Via Roy, I have to say that this screed from Kathryn…

I Love Townhall Editors

Accompanying an otherwise useless article about how we need to abstain from abstinence bashing by Kathryn Jean Lopez is this picture of Euro drag queen Miss Wendy. Dennis Prager’s column from yesterday has another picture of Miss Wendy. Since I’m presuming that neither of them in any way requested that…

No Wonder Fewer People Are Watching TV

K. Lo on John McCain’s negative TV ads: All of McCain’s Ads Have Been Negative? [Kathryn Jean Lopez] This and this and this and this? Of her four links, two are to the same twelve minute video from 2007, one is to an 85 second-long video that would obviously never…

Rejoice, All Ye Gathered And Faithful

Sometime in the past three years, Kathryn Jean Lopez was given the green light to write columns for NRO. God help me if I know why. Sure, many right-wingers were happy just to know that “El Rushbo” is making more than Katie Couric. “That could be me one day,” many…

Fairies, wishes, and cowboys

I’m increasingly convinced all the time that Kathryn Jean Lopez is on the staff of the National Review because she affirms the owners and editors that they’re right to believe that women are mental children. Her ability to mix up politics with reading Teen Beat magazine is legendary, but this…

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