Mike Adams

In my thirteen years as a college professor, I’ve never seen joy and celebration that rivals the response to Dick Cheney’s hunting accident. Of course, that’s really saying something. Bringing American professors to laughter is nearly as tough as bringing American feminists to orgasm. It’s a theoretical possibility that is seldom achieved without a workshop.

The liberal reaction to Cheney’s accident may vary slightly from liberal to liberal but there is one common characteristic; namely, these liberals feel morally superior because they’ve never shot someone on a hunting trip.

Of course, the fact that the dancing liberals have never gone hunting doesn’t seem to attenuate these feelings of moral superiority. Similar logic would lead a 12-year-old to brag about his clean driving record or a blind man to boast that he’s never downloaded pornography.

But, I have a serious question to ask all these gleeful liberals while the Cheney story is still in the headlines: How does a) the accidental near-taking of human life compare with b) the actual (and intentional) taking of human life, in conjunction with recreational activity?

Whether your favorite sport is casual sex or quail hunting, the answer to this question is important. It is a given that the anti-gun lobby will try to use this accident to impose new restrictions on hunters and gun owners. But, rather than go after the hunters, I would insist that we place the following limitations on abortion. These restrictions will help foster gender equality - a goal I share with the American feminists:

1. Abortion season. Presently, a hunter (in North Carolina, where I reside) is able to harvest a quail or pheasant only between October 1st and March 31st. I propose that an abortion season be established for six months of every year. This would be a good compromise in a country torn between the pro-choice and pro-life positions.

2. Bag limit. I would also propose that women be limited to a maximum of three abortions in a lifetime. This will help us considerably in our human conservation efforts. Also, when the Islamic terrorists start to attack the homeland, it is important to ensure that the feminists have not aborted the armies we need to defend our nation. Just look at what’s happening in Europe.


Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.