Monthly Archives: July 2008

Mum sentenced for strangling boys

Updated 2019 02 05: Added links to related articles. ABC News (Australia) Posted July 18, 2008 12:27:00Updated July 18, 2008 13:18:00 Supreme Court sentences Donna Fitchett over her sons’ murders. Donna Fitchett sentenced for the murders of her 11 year old and 9 year old sons. (ABC TV) A Victorian woman convicted of murdering her two sons has been sentenced to 24 years in a psychiatric hospital. The Supreme Court was told Donna Fitchett, aged 49, drugged and strangled her boys, 11-year-old Thomas and nine-year-old Matthew, in 2005. The North Balwyn woman pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder. During the trial, her lawyers argued she suffered from severe … Continue reading

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Gender pay gap hype rears its ugly head again

The gender pay gap hype rears its ugly head again, thanks to advocacy “research”  sponsored by the AAUW (American Association of University Women), a feminist advocacy organization, as per a much publicized report, “Behind the Pay Gap.” However, there are strong voices of disagreement, even women’s voices, who dare to challenge the AAUW’s gender pay gap view through the feminist gender-lens. Not only that, but some of those voices dare to debunk the AAUW’s long-standing gender pay-gap hype and hysteria. Thanks to Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. and Manumit, who pointed to it, the following is an exchange of opinions on the pay gap issue that represents both sides of the … Continue reading

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21 Reasons Why Gender Matters

Warwick and Alison Marsh at Fatherhood.org in Australia wrote: ….This document has been born out of the Australian Fatherhood Movement. Feel free to use it on your own website. [It is now available for downloading from the website of Fathers for Life , 954kb PDF file –WHS] The document argues the support case that the healthy celebration of the male and female gender is foundational to Marriage, and family and Gender Disorientation Pathology is a painful departure for all concerned from the societal norm. We embrace Gender Disorientation Pathology (homosexuality) as a society at our peril and our children pay the price if we do. The Natural biological family is … Continue reading

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Guess who will foot the bill for this

Updated 2019 02 05: Added links to related articles. Telegraph.co.uk Housing crisis: Fears for 100,000 jobs as sector suffers ‘worst conditions for 50 years’ By Harry Wallop and Jonathan RussellLast Updated: 11:40pm BST 11/07/2008 Up to 100,000 jobs could be lost in the house building sector, according to industry figures, who have described conditions as “worse than at any time since the Second World War.” Their warning came as Barratt Developments confirmed it was cutting more than a thousand workers – the fifth house builder this week to announce major job losses as a result of the dramatic slump in demand for new houses.  The credit crisis, which has meant … Continue reading

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Woman with 5 dead spouses obsessed by cash

Woman with 5 dead spouses obsessed by cash Associated Press By Mitch Weiss Charlotte, N.C. (AP) – Jeff Carstensen was spooked when he learned his grandmother planned to buy him a $100,000 life insurance policy – and name herself the beneficiary. “She told me that people of our stature have insurance policies on each other,” he said. “That way, if something happens to you, you take care of me, and if something happens to me, I take care of you. It was all too suspicious. So I got out of there any way I could, as soon as I could.” …[The grandmother, Cecilia Flynn,] was charged last month in North … Continue reading

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Protecting yourself from paternity fraud

Updated 2019 02 05: Added links to related articles. The News & Observer July 14, 2008 Ask Mr. Dad: Protecting yourself from paternity fraud By ARMIN BROTT, McClatchy-Tribune News Service Dear Mr. Dad: My wife and I are about to get a divorce. We have a 1-year-old boy and she’s pregnant with our second. Here’s the problem: She’s been having an affair for the last two years and I’m concerned that the children aren’t actually mine. What can I do to protect myself? A: I’m sorry about your situation. Divorce is never easy, and it’s even tougher when you’ve been cheated on and children are involved. Hire a lawyer immediately. Then … Continue reading

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Abuse Shelter Head Turns to Violence and Abuse

NewsWithViews.com July 13, 2008 Abuse Shelter Head Turns to Violence and Abuse By Carey Roberts The domestic violence industry operates under the cloak of secrecy and anonymity, maintaining such policies are necessary to shield victims from their abusers. But every now and then a crack appears in the façade, revealing a sordid panorama of corruption, fraud, and abuse. On February 28, 2007 the Naples, Fla. citizenry opened their morning newspapers to the jolting headline, “CEO Out at Women’s Shelter: Investigation into Battery Complaint Prompts Departure.” Over the next several months, details would spill out of a woman’s rights activist who had evolved into a self-serving “tyrant,” as one of her … Continue reading

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Facing Reality on Domestic Violence

NewsWithViews.com July 13, 2008 Facing Reality on Domestic Violence By Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The very high profile case of Fort Lauderdale police Chief Frank Adderley whose wife Eleanor Leisa Adderly shot at him, missed him by inches while he lay in bed, and then continued to fire at him while he fled the house provides South Florida and the nation with a unique opportunity to face squarely three realities regarding Domestic Violence. First, we must overcome our gender based stereotypes that men always are the perpetrators and women the eternal victims. While many similar individual cases could be cited — including the woman who shot her husband in the … Continue reading

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Book about family breakdown in the making

Updated 2019 02 07: Added links to related articles. By Roger Eldridge, Ireland To put so-called Family breakdown in context I provide a few extracts from my upcoming book which sets out my hypothesis that “feminism”, “domestic violence” and the “gender war” are simply manufactured marketing tools. “In order to pay the wages and make a profit the media has learnt that their clients – readers, viewers, listeners, must be good consumers or else the advertisers will go elsewhere. The best consumers are overwhelmingly women – Maureen Gaffney of the National Economic and Social Forum estimates that at least 90% of financial decisions and purchases are now made by women … Continue reading

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Blood sisters

The Guardian 4 July 2008 Blood sisters By Angela Neustatter Picture: Former girl gang member in Finsbury Park. The trial of Chelsea Bennett, who admitted fatally stabbing a 17-year-old girl, has thrust the subject of violent girl gangs into the headlines. Angela Neustatter talks to former members, and discovers a disturbing world of exploited and frightened young women. With her winning smile and clear, perfect skin, it’s difficult to believe that Amy (not her real name), 18, was once a gang member in the deprived London neighbourhood where she grew up – still harder to imagine that she was renowned for her violence. But at an early age, Amy’s life … Continue reading

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