Parity For Pro Choice — A Man’s Right to Choose

Reposting again because others are talking about this: “Having sex is not consent to parenthood for women, so why should it be for men?” This is a repost from a year ago. I am prompted to repost it now after … Continue reading

History of Feminism in a Nutshell

From an anonymous source: Old Model of Men and Women Men run the show Women hold primitive sexual power over men Men feel obligated to control themselves for the sake of virtue Men subjugate women in order to prevent women … Continue reading

Shocking New Evidence on Domestic Violence

This graph from a U.S. Department of Justice Study from November, 2012 sets forth some shocking new facts about “Intimate Partner” violence. [Click to enlarge] The shocking conclusions from this graph, if it’s accurate and hey, it’s from the Government, … Continue reading

Trouble for Hillary Clinton in 2016

Have the Democrats moved so far to the Left Hillary is now seen by the so-called and mis-named “progressives” as too centrist? That’s ridiculous to conservatives. From our viewpoint Hillary is as far left as you can get without falling … Continue reading

You have the right to record the police

Federal First Circuit Court of Appeals: Gericke v. Begin (1st Cir. May 24, 2014) LIPEZ, Circuit Judge. This case raises an important question about an individual’s First Amendment right to film a traffic stop by a police officer. Carla Gericke attempted … Continue reading

Thomas Piketty’s data and conclusions may be, probably are, completely false

Thomas Piketty’s book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, is currently shaking the economic and political landscape at about 7.1 on the seismic meter.  I have not read the book and don’t intend to do so because nobody is likely to … Continue reading

Environmentalists confused: is it global warming or global cooling that’s the problem?

Only the guy at the end gets it right. The rest think they can control the weather by recycling their water bottles. … Continue reading

Todd Akin was not a Tea Partyer, and the Tea Party is not costing Republicans the Senate

David Weigel at Slate: I’d say you can only blame “the Tea Party” for a net loss of two Senate seats since 2010. That’s a period during which it helped send Mike Lee, Ron Johnson, Pat Toomey, Marco Rubio, Ted … Continue reading