Ruth Rosen is a Womyn's Hystery professor who also has a regular editorial column in the San Francisco Chronicle. With every column, Rosen demonstrates how little one needs to understand the outside world in order to get a job as a feminist scholar or as a columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle.
In today's column she applauds the Bay Area "anti-war" movement, and claims that
Publicized throughout cyberspace, the anti-war movement has left behind its sectarian roots and entered mainstream culture. To give just a few examples, the National Council of Churches, the National Organization for Women, Win Without War (Hollywood celebrities), the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, John Sweeney, president of the AFL-CIO, and the Sierra Club have all voiced their opposition to an invasion of Iraq.Um, yeah, these permanent members of the clueless left, such as the flatulently Marxist National Council of Churches, are "mainstream" in just about every Women's Studies Department, if nowhere else. She goes on to praise the surreal Susie "Medea the Child Killer" Benjamin and the Marin County Naked Friends of Saddam and proudly proclaims
As you'd expect, Bay Area students are key players in the movement.Yes, I would expect Bay Area students to be key players in any movement, especially in misguided movements, such as this one. Posted by Stefan Sharkansky at January 13, 2003 06:09 PM