Monthly Archives: October 2008

Lawyer Files Anti-feminist Suit Against Columbia University

Lawyer Files Anti-feminist Suit Against Columbia University The New York Times August 18, 2008, 3:16 pm Lawyer Files Antifeminist Suit Against Columbia By Corey Kilgannon Roy Den Hollander is a Manhattan lawyer and a self-described antifeminist. Over the past year, he has sued Manhattan nightclubs for favoring women by offering ladies’ night discounts and has sued the federal government over a law that protects women from violence. And now Columbia University has come within his sights. On Monday, he filed a lawsuit in United States District Court in Manhattan against Columbia for offering women’s studies courses, which Mr. Den Hollander sees as discriminatory toward men. His class-action suit accuses Columbia … Continue reading

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Witch hunts past and present

WindsorJournal.com Historian examines witch hunts past and present By: Susan Corica, Staff Writer 10/23/2008 “Connecticut would have been the leader in witch hunting if it hadn’t been for Salem,” historian John Demos told a full house the Windsor Historical Society. Demos is the author of the recently published “The Enemy Within: 2,000 Years of Witch-Hunting in the Western World,” and Samuel Knight Professor of History at Yale University. He is considered one of the foremost scholars on witch hunting…. The article states that, Many parts of Europe were swept up in witch hunts, large and small, he said. It used to be thought that millions were killed, but now the … Continue reading

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“Indoctrinate U” will be on US Documentary Channel

“Indoctrinate U” will be on US Documentary Channel The Documentary Channel will be showing “Indoctrinate U” next week as part of its “Controversy in America” series. Air times are: Monday, October 27th : 09:00 PM – 10:30 PM Tuesday, October 28th: Midnight – 01:30 AM (Starts after midnight Monday) Saturday, November 1st: 05:00 PM – 06:30 PM Sunday, November 2nd: 02:00 AM – 03:30 AM Tuesday, November 4th: 03:00 AM – 04:30 AM (All times Eastern U.S.) The Documentary Channel is available on satellite and many cable systems nationwide. Check your provider for channel information. The schedule is subject to change. For the most up-to-date list of airtimes, visit: (2018 … Continue reading

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Violent women cause problems largely ignored

There are violent women.  It is a good thing that not all women are violent, but many women are. It is a good thing that not all men fight back when women attack them, but some men do.  They sometimes live to fight back.  If men do fight back, they will live to regret that they did. In our society it is alright for a woman to attack a man.  It is never alright for a man to defend himself against an attacking woman. If it does not sit right with you that there is never an excuse for men to fight back against a woman, you better have a … Continue reading

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DV programs in California must open doors to battered men

DV programs in California must open doors to battered men PRESS RELEASE ATTN: Social Issues / Men’s Editors And Writers Battered Men Being Denied Services Is Ruled Unconstitutional By California Appellate Court, Reports National Coalition of Free Men Domestic violence programs in California must open doors to battered men For Immediate Release SAN DIEGO/EWORLDWIRE/Oct. 17, 2008 — On October 14, 2008, the Court of Appeal in Sacramento, Calif., ruled it is unconstitutional to deny state-funded domestic violence shelter services to men. The case (Woods. v. Shewry) was filed by four men and the daughter of one, against the State of California and its agencies. The lower court dismissed the case … Continue reading

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Climate alarmists full of hot air and deadly wrong

Climate alarmists full of hot air and deadly wrong. This is all that needs to be said: the open letter from the Viscount Monckton of Brenchley to Senator John McCain must be read, not so much because the climate alarmists are wrong but because policies based on their errors are deadly to humanity. There is related discussion paper by the Viscount Monckton of Brenchley that is required reading for anyone who ever spread climate alarmism, for anyone ever taken in by it, and for anyone worried about the consequences of the attempts by the governments of the world to fool-around and interfere with the forces of nature and of the … Continue reading

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India: The deconstruction of the family structure

U.S. must stop exporting weapons of family destruction By Uma Challa web posted January 29, 2007 Pearl S. Buck once wrote, “The lack of emotional security of our American young people is due…to their isolation from the larger family unit…no mere father and mother…are enough to provide emotional security for a child.  He needs to feel himself one in a world of kinfolk, persons of variety in age and temperament, and yet allied to himself by an indissoluble bond…” The much envied Indian family structure is, in fact, based on mutual tolerance and coexistence of persons belonging to different generations, and provides safety and security to individuals at all stages … Continue reading

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Probation in husband’s shooting

The Courier News Wife gets 48 months probation in husband’s shooting October 17, 2008 By DAVID GIALANELLA Staff Writer ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP — A Huntley woman who authorities said shot her husband after a day of drunken arguments pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge in connection with the January 2007 incident. (That link was added 2018 04 28. —WHS) Virginia Choromanski, 67, of 12700 block of Woodgrove Drive, agreed with prosecutors to a 48-month probation term in exchange for pleading guilty to one count of aggravated domestic battery…. Full Story (2018 04 28: That link no longer functions, and I have not been able to find a copy of … Continue reading

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Domestic-Violence equivalent of the Berlin Wall crumbling?

Domestic-Violence equivalent of the Berlin Wall crumbling? The Third District California Appeal Court ruled in a 3-0 decision, October 14, 2008, that to deny support services to men who are victims of domestic violence is unconstitutional. Regardless of the overall impact, Justice Fred Morrison said in Tuesday’s 3-0 ruling, the state acknowledges that “domestic violence is a serious problem for both women and men.” He noted that the California Constitution forbids sex discrimination, under a 1971 state Supreme Court ruling, and said men and women are entitled to equal treatment, even if one sex is affected more than the other. (San Francisco Chronicle) With that decision comes the beginning of the … Continue reading

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Canada’s Harper pledges cooperation after election

Canada’s Harper pledges cooperation after election By ROB GILLIES — 2 hours ago OTTAWA (AP) — Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday he will reach out to all parties during the global financial meltdown after his Conservative Party won in national elections but fell short of a parliamentary majority. Harper had called Tuesday’s elections early in hopes of getting his party a majority, and in doing so he became the first major world leader to face voters since the financial crisis…. With nearly all the returns in, Canada’s election agency reported on its Web site that the Conservatives had won or was leading in races for 143 of Parliament’s … Continue reading

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