Per my betters at The Atlantic: “Hillary Clinton’s candidacy has provoked a wave of misogyny—one that may roil American life for years to come.”
Where the writer of this article sees misogyny (and do be sure to let me know when he writes a story on the “comics” at the roast of Rob Lowe who spent a great deal of time reaching deep into their well of creativity to call Ann Coulter a c*nt), there are those of us who see something else at play in the dislike and distrust of Hillary Clinton. That would be those of us who haven’t worked inside the Democrat Machine or Academia or in dependably Leftist House Organs like The Atlantic for decades. Folks like that tend to have a different perspective.
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Or so I claim in this interview with Historical Fiction author, Maria Grace.
“You can outsource your compassion (and outrage), or you can do something with your own sweat, toil, and money to change the world around you right now. It’s up to us to make God real in the world. We are God’s hands and feet, we are the miracles He promised.”
It was a fun interview.
Had some unexpected help with today’s research. BabyKat dropped by to give me her perspective on the issue at hand.
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Ends June 30, 2016.
By the Hands of Men, Book Two: “Into the Flames” has been nominated. A vote from fans would be greatly appreciated. (The fact I’m on the same ballot as Larry Correia and Jim Butcher is pretty exciting, itself)
Now, back to Book Four.
Tends to forbid me from singing my own praises. It’s not natural for me to tout reviews for my work.
Back in Nebraska (the Nebraska of both my youth and my imagination), understated acceptance of praise was an art form in itself, because, hell, everybody who worked the fields, everybody who had to get up before daylight to feed the animals before going to school, everybody knew the work was hard. So when someone complimented your efforts, there had to be a touch of humility in your reply, along with a very wry acknowledgement that it was just your luck to be noticed.