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 … 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 … 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 … 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 … Continue reading

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Domestic violence a gender-balanced issue

Barbara Kay, writing for the National Post, has done it again. She once more exposed massive pro-female and pro-homosexual bias in the mainstream media. National Post Barbara Kay: We’re still ignoring abused straight men Posted: April 22, 2008, 4:38 PM … Continue reading

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Man convicted for staring at woman

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. What was the evidence?   Apparently nothing more than the woman’s … 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 … 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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Jailed DV “victim” needs blankie, soother

This morning I listened to Charles Adler discuss with callers to his radio show the case of the Jamaican woman in Ontario, Ms. Mowatt, who had been jailed for a few days because it looked as if she would not … Continue reading

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