Author Archives: Walter

Capital offences proliferate under political correctness

The measure of capital offences is whatever we (that is: primarily social justice warriors—predominantly women) wish it to be. The same is true of the statute of limitations. Therefore, it is easy to determine that anything that happened in the … Continue reading

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Paul Schwennesen, separated father’s lament

Paul Schwennesen wrote a separated father’s lament that got published by the Huffington Post.  The article at the shared link is good.  It is anecdotal evidence of the consequences of a wife and mother walking out of her marriage. The … Continue reading

Posted in Child Support, Child-Custody Awards, Civil Rights, Divorce, False Allegations, Feminist Jurisprudence, Men's Issues, Paternal Rights, Shared Parenting | Leave a comment

Deliberately killing people creates horror

Deliberately killing people makes many wish to make distinctions, such as whether the killing was • Legal or illegal; • Targeting selected or random individuals; • Of an isolated individual or part of a mass killing; • A part of … Continue reading

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Feminism affects Fraser Institute report

Feminism officially arrived at the Fraser Institute (FI). That appears to have been a factor that caused the down-grading of Canada’s rank in the FI’s Economic Freedom of the World, 2017 Annual Report. The Fraser Institute announced: “Canada no longer … Continue reading

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Men migrate, may pick bad destination

When they can or must, men migrate to good places, where they are left in peace, where they are appreciated, where gender equality is likely to prevail. Many things need to be considered when men migrate and make decisions to … Continue reading

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Indian Family Court: Pay or be arrested

Concerning Indian Family Court (pay or be arrested and incarcerated), the situation described by Indian men’s rights activist Subu Subramaniam in the shared comment and being discussed in the discussion thread at the source is bad for men, but it … Continue reading

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Notable weather events often catastrophic, 2010 years

Whenever the all-pervasive climate-alarmism hysteria gets on my nerves, I browse through the appended chronologies (especially the one by James Marusek), to learn about historical weather events, so as to get my bearings. Do a find-in-page in that for a … Continue reading

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James Damore opposes Google corporate PC

Will James Damore’s protest against Google’s corporate program to impose political correctness have as much impact on the fortunes of feminism and political correctness as did the witch hunt that targeted Tim Hunt? Will the impact last as long as … Continue reading

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Woman’s work is never done – man’s work ignored

A woman’s work is never done. The feminists love that adage. They are also the reason why it was truncated from »A man may work from dusk to dawn, but a woman’s work is never done.«  The feminists are responsible … Continue reading

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Google search bias quantified, constitutes censorship

Last updated 2017 09 22, to show updated Google Analytics data and to reflect those in the subsequent Observations. The article identified here indicates that a substantial bias by Google Search exists and is obvious and measurable. The bias is … Continue reading

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