But then, what's sauce for the gander can also be sauce for the goose. A lot of women who celebrate the equal athletic opportunity that Title IX provides simply don't like it that the new coach of the U.S. women's soccer team is a man, Tom Sermanni. You could call that carping reverse sexism, but, of course, it's also the case that no woman has ever been selected to coach a major men's team.
But what's good for the goose is good for the gander. The Republicans lost the election in 1992 because independent Ross Perot \"spoiled\" it, and Democrat Bill Clinton won with less than 43 percent of the vote - further from a majority than George W. Bush in 2000, I might add.
Because of the name of the drink I opted for a Scottish gin, the Eden Mill Love Gin, which I will present here in the coming days. Besides that, I simply had to use Goose Island IPA; guess the ganders on that island will also favour that.
Brants that can weather the winter have an advantage in spring, when they'll have a shorter trip to return to breeding grounds in the northern reaches of Alaska, Canada and Russia. \"For the brant, it's good to arrive on the breeding grounds at the start of growing season and begin nesting, so the offspring hatch during peak food availability,\" Ward said. \"That means they grow faster, and bigger, and it translates into higher survival and recruitment into the population.\"
SALT LAKE CITY - U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Ranking Member of the Senate Finance Committee, issued the following statement today after the U.S. Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced proposed new rules governing 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organizations: \"There is much in these proposed rules to scrutinize. Any change should be carefully considered in a fair, equitable and non-partisan manner. Given the IRS' recent track record, I pledge to thoroughly oversee this process to ensure politics aren't brought to bear. However, I find it unfortunate that the Administration decided to move ahead with these new rules before the Finance Committee could conclude its bipartisan investigation into the targeting of those applying for tax-exempt status. Waiting would have been wiser and would have offered some critical guidance that would have benefited this process. Furthermore, the uptick in applications over recent years was not just isolated to 501(c)(4)s, but to union tax-exempt 501(c)(5) organizations as well. I hope the Administration understands that what's good for the goose is good for the gander and looks at these union groups moving forward.\"
On the theory that what's good for the goose is good for the gander, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that a drug company in Mountain View, California has patented a rub-on cream that is designed to combat sexual dysfunction in women. With the commercial rights in hand, Vivus Inc. will now ask the US Food and Drug Administration for permission to begin testing the drug, alprostadil, on the female genitalia. The drug is applied topically and enhances orgasm by dilating the blood vessels that feed the clitoris. Vivus also markets a male version of the cream, Muse, which was all but obliterated by the success of Viagra last year. 59ce067264