Category Archives: men

Obama’s Abortion Gamble: Catholics vs. Women

Barack Obama’s gamble on Abortion and Contraception, designed to force Catholic Charities to provide coverage for both, with no exemption for religious institutions, is hailed by most commentators as a stupid blunder. I’m not so sure. It might be a … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Men: Russell Brand and Mark Zuckerberg

Russell Brand and Mark Zuckerberg are in the news. The Facebook founder could be worth north of $1 billion depending on how much the IPO generates. His company, with more than 845 million registered users, stands ready to challenge giant … Continue reading

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The Strange Politics of TV’s Alcatraz and Person of Interest

There is only one institution in America with any reach. Only one that really shapes culture. Only one that reflects, and changes it. No, its not churches. Hardly anyone goes to Church any more. Nor is it politics, unaffiliated people … Continue reading

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Reconsidering Sexual Repression

Science Fiction Author and Blogger Eric S. Raymond has a post up on Reconsidering Sexual Repression. Basically his point is that we will likely have to give up two of the following three things: family formation, sexual equality (women equal … Continue reading

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TV’s New Fall Season: Hollywood’s Sidebet

The Washington Times has a post up about TV’s New Fall Season and how it consists of mean women and weak men. To summarize the story (go ahead, read the whole thing), men are mostly weak and loserish, unless they … Continue reading

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Nintendo’s Best Bet: Kid Friendly E-Readers

Nintendo’s DS with 3-D is a failure. Fears by parents (who buy the things, after all) over seizures and the like limited its sales. Another round of price cuts from $249 to $169, have failed to boost sales. Nintendo has … Continue reading

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Anna Faris and What’s Your Number: Redefining Female Sexuality

The Wall Street Journal recently did a story on Anna Faris and her new movie “What’s Your Number?” ´╗┐Produced by New Regency for $25 million and distributed by 20th Century Fox, the movie centers on the sexual exploits of Ally … Continue reading

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Addendum to Whiskey’s Law

In Why The West Collapsed: Case Study Sweden, I proposed “Whiskey’s Law” which states that the degree of Multiculturalism and PC in a society is directly related to the amount of equality between men and women, and particularly between men … Continue reading

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What the Help Says About America and Obama

The movie “the Help” has of this writing (Friday, Aug 26, 2011) made approximately $82 million at the box office, against a production budget of only $25 million and a publicity budget quite likely of $30 million. The movie is … Continue reading

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Arrow of Desire: Sexy Not Dependable Men

A couple of recent articles in both Larry Auster’s site and the Wall Street Journal show how the arrow of female desire in America (and really the West) has changed over the years. Towards Sexy not Dependable men. It is … Continue reading

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