Monthly Archives: April 2008

In Defense of Men

By Marty Nemko What do the following people have in common: Aristotle, Plato, Jesus, Leonardo da Vinci, Beethoven, Monet, the Wright Brothers, Jonas Salk, Steven Spielberg, 98% of the Nobel Prize Winners for science, the key scientists behind the development of every drug from aspirin to breast cancer breakthrough Herceptin, from anesthetic to heart bypass surgery, from refrigeration to heating, from the electric light bulb to the radio, the television, the computer, and the mapping of human genome? They’re all men. And in the five decades since the women’s movement began, 97% of science, 92% of literature, and 100% of economic Nobel Laureates still are men….(Full Story) _________ See also … Continue reading

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Violent girls charged in London, Ont., swarming

The Canadian Press April 30, 2008 at 11:15 AM EDT Violent girls: LONDON, Ont. — A 12 and a 13-year-old are among six girls charged after a woman was swarmed in London, Ont…. (Full Story — That link is broken; no archived copy of the article is in the Internet Archive). Nevertheless, this is another article about the incident that can still be accessed: Young girls charged in connection to swarming CTV.ca News Staff Published Friday, February 22, 2008 10:47PM EST [ Violent girls charged ] — Seven girls are facing charges in connection with a vicious swarming-style assault in London, Ont., in early February, authorities confirmed Friday. Police say a 19-year-old … Continue reading

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Top-Ten Myths of Divorce Debunked

From http://marriage.rutgers.edu/Publications/pubtoptenmyths.htm The Top Ten Myths of Divorce Discussion of the most common misinformation about divorce David Popenoe 1 Because people learn from their bad experiences, second marriages tend to be more successful than first marriages. Although many people who divorce have successful subsequent marriages, the divorce rate of remarriages is in fact higher than that of first marriages.1 [Sources] 2 Living together before marriage is a good way to reduce the chances of eventually divorcing. Many studies have found that those who live together before marriage have a considerably higher chance of eventually divorcing. The reasons for this are not well understood. In part, the type of people who … Continue reading

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Father custody: outcomes in children of divorce

Hello Tom (I presume), Your inquiry, re: Father custody – outcomes in children of divorce Thanks for your phone call.  I am not commenting here in a specifically constructive manner, as far as the topic of interest to you, father custody — outcomes in children of divorce,  is concerned. All I am doing here is to copy-and-paste a few of many relevant references listed or otherwise shown at http://fathersforlife.org. To be more specific would require many hours, even days of work. Sorry, but I cannot do that for you. I only have the time to point you into the general direction for the right information. (However, I am giving you a few … Continue reading

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Domestic violence a gender-balanced issue

Domestic violence a gender-balanced issue, although one would never know from the  mainstream media. The latter promotes a massive, all-pervasive anti-male bias, emphasized by a pronounced pro-female and pro-homosexual bias. National Post Barbara Kay: We’re still ignoring abused straight men Posted: April 22, 2008, 4:38 PM by Marni Soupcoff Barbara Kay Heterosexual men can’t catch a break from the media. When they’re aggressors, they’re condemned. When they’re victims, they’re ignored. Conversely, when women — gay or straight — and gay men are victims, they’re pitied. And when they’re aggressors, they’re … hmm…also pitied. A new study by Statistics Canada confirms what researchers in the field of domestic violence proved years ago: … Continue reading

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Man convicted for staring at woman – Result: fine and jail sentence

Updated 2018 07 02: To make addendum Man convicted for staring at woman – Result: fine and jail sentence. While women are considered incapable of committing crimes, men are considered the sole perpetrators of them. News.com.au April 18, 2008 11:54pm AN ITALIAN man was given a suspended jail sentence for staring too intensely at a woman sitting in front of him on a train. A judge sentenced the man in his 30s, whose name was not revealed, to 10 days in prison and a 40 euro ($68) fine after a 55-year old woman filed a complaint for sexual harassment….  Read the whole story. Apparently, the evidence supplied to establish that … Continue reading

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Violence against women!? It is propaganda

Turning the personal into the political The other day someone let me view a video on Islamic violence against women. The video contained many instances of gruesome violence against women, amongst them, the murder of a Jordanian girl, an honour killing.  It had happened perhaps about 14 or more years ago.  I wrote about it on Mothers_Day_1998, when a TV program, “Mothers and their Daughters”, mentioning it was broadcast by CTV Edmonton. That CTV program was about as revolting as the video of Islamic violence against women I watched the other day. Who knows, the two videos may even be the same. I can’t tell, too much time has gone … Continue reading

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The divorce industry and fatherlessness

To many people the term divorce industry means absolutely nothing. It does, however, mean something to two minor sectors of the population.  One of them is currently in a position of power to control social evolution. Activists and advocates for pro-family rights and pro-fathers-rights consider the terms divorce industry and fatherlessness to be strongly related. They feel that fatherlessness is tearing apart the fabric of our once-functioning society. They have reason to believe that the divorce industry causes fatherlessness, that is: the removal and the consequences of that removal of fathers from the lives of those fathers’ children. For feminists in non-governmental organizations and in government (whether elected or simply … Continue reading

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Drivers-licence removal as criminal punishment

In relation to drivers-licence removal as criminal punishment, the international networking by English-speaking jurists, judiciary activists, activist judges, and by their adjuncts (non-governmental organizations) is fast and – if not efficient – extremely effective. Therefore it frequently happens that innovative laws and forms of punishment for ostensible criminals make their appearance simultaneously or only separated in time by extremely short intervals in many different English-speaking countries throughout the world. For instance, in English-speaking countries, drivers-licence removal is a popular and longstanding form of punishment (it has been around for a decade and more) for minor crimes, primarily the “crime” of falling into arrears with child support payments – not necessarily … Continue reading

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Jailed DV victim needs blankie, soother

Re: Jailed DV victim needs blankie, soother — Christie Blatchford’s April 12, 2008 article in the Globe and Mail, “A witness in need of a blankie, soother” shows that she has a firm grip on reality.  There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Christie Blatchford’s opinions regarding the sham of the trial in which Ms. Mowatt made her public appearance are many times more valuable and realistic than the media-hype and show of phony outrage that Charles Adler and his supporters could muster during the sympathy orgy on the Charles Adler show this morning. Charles Adler and his callers need a dose of reality. This morning I listened to … Continue reading

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