Pamela Lange

About Pamela Lange

Pamela Lange is a housewife and bookkeeper from Chagrin Falls, Ohio. A graduate of Wilson College, she has worked in development, marketing and public relations for several liberal arts colleges and for National Review Institute. She is active in local politics and is an amateur FaceBook provacateur.

Rules for Right-Wingers on Facebook

Are the left-leaning engineers at California based social media giants plotting to censor right-leaning people? Perhaps. Are right-leaning people on Facebook being targeted or silenced? Possibly. But maybe the energy put into our complaints about it could be put to better use . . . on Facebook and in other social media platforms.

By | 2018-03-07T15:02:19-07:00 March 7th, 2018|

Mental Health or Nihilism?

On January 29, the Senate defeated a bill that would have outlawed abortion beyond 20 weeks (five months) gestation. Reaction was swift on the part of pro-life citizens. “We cannot tolerate a society and live in a country with any level of pride when our babies are being slaughtered … the effect of

By | 2018-02-20T10:09:22-07:00 February 20th, 2018|

Jim Brown’s Lesson for the NFL

About five years ago, Rush Limbaugh predicted the end of the National Football League. Drawing on the rash of stories about professional football players prone to concussion, the radio talk giant saw clearly that the Left would use a serious and very real problem to try to bring down yet another time-honored American

By | 2017-08-31T17:00:34-07:00 August 28th, 2017|

True Tolerance is Beyond Bernie Sanders and Today’s Democrats

When you hear the words “tolerance” and “diversity,” what comes to mind? If you’re a casual observer of politics and culture, you react positively and you would likely assign those words to a liberal mindset in general and perhaps to the Democratic Party in particular. Those of us who have been paying closer

By | 2017-06-16T02:08:24-07:00 June 13th, 2017|

Michelle Obama’s Crap Sandwich

Why was Michelle Obama so angry at Donald Trump last week? Her dander is up for the same reason her husband’s is—Trump is systematically chipping away at their “legacy.” Speaking at a health conference last week, Mrs. Obama expressed horror at Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s announcement that his department would be easing regulations

By | 2017-05-20T21:49:06-07:00 May 16th, 2017|

Hillary’s Self-Sabotaged Destiny

Hillary Clinton is going to publish a book. It will consist of essays based on quotes that she has used to inspire her, refresh her, assuage her and comfort her during the trying and difficult times in her life. It may be a cathartic experience for her—a healthy way of dealing with loss

By | 2017-04-22T17:53:20-07:00 April 18th, 2017|

Sorry, Feminists—the Patriarchy Wins Again

Pity the poor feminist. Yes, really! Her movement has been in the vanguard of Democrat party politics for close to two generations. She has tried to age gracefully, remaking herself as the times demanded, but lately she is feeling her age hard and her attempts to remake herself yet again have fallen flat. It’s tough

By | 2017-04-03T05:30:23-07:00 March 27th, 2017|

A Day Without a White Woman’s Guilt

On Wednesday, March 8 the same group of grievance grifters who brought us the infamous Pussyhat/Women’s March will be bringing us  “A Day Without a Woman”. Even though a number of the leaders have been exposed as radical and even violent leftists that include anti-western, Sharia-supporting Islamists, there’s an attempt to paint this as a

By | 2017-03-07T13:01:46-07:00 March 7th, 2017|

Media Still Don’t Understand How Trump Plays Them

Did Donald Trump and his media savvy staff purposely set up CNN and the rest of the adversarial White House press corps during this week’s press conferences? And more important, are we seeing signs of the tactics Trump and Steve Bannon are planning to use against what he refers to as the “opposition party?” I

By | 2017-02-16T17:09:54-07:00 February 16th, 2017|

One Mother’s Journey from Abortion Absolutism to Life

My journey from a pro-abortion college student to a pro-life young mother was slow in coming. I didn’t have a eureka moment but instead had small moments that I describe now as moments of grace. In January 1973, I was a junior in college. Someone—perhaps our professor—came into the room on Monday morning, January 22,

By | 2017-01-27T12:52:07-07:00 January 27th, 2017|

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