The Normalization of Sexual Assault Against Men

I’ve long been of the opin­ion, and spo­ken pub­licly about the dou­ble-stan­­dard that exists in Western soci­ety, at least, when it comes to vio­lence against men vs. vio­lence against women, and sex­u­al assault against men vs. sex­u­al assault against women.  The fact of the mat­ter is, of course, that there should be no “vs,” and no debate about the fact that, basi­cal­ly, what is good for the goose is good for the gan­der when it…

"The Normalization of Sexual Assault Against Men"

Charity begins at home

Not only does char­i­ty begin at home but, arguably,  real­ly is a mod­est and self­less act of assis­tance giv­en to some­one in need and with no thought or expec­ta­tion of any acknowl­edge­ment, recog­ni­tion or reward of any kind.  Sure, a thank you is nice and, in some cir­cum­stances it is fair to expect, but a great deal of char­i­ta­ble acts are done anony­mous­ly or dis­crete­ly and nev­er get acknowl­edged, although they cer­tain­ly do make a dif­fer­ence. True char­i­ty is…

"Charity begins at home"

The best-laid plans of mice and men …

The FBI has opened a new inves­ti­ga­tion into the Clinton Foundation and, in this case, as report­ed by The Hill’s John Solomon who broke the sto­ry: “[t]he Justice Department has launched a new inquiry into whether the Clinton Foundation engaged in any pay-to-play pol­i­tics or oth­er ille­gal activ­i­ties while Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State.”  Separately, the DOJ is also set to re-exam­­ine Hillary Clinton’s infa­mous emails and the  —  what many con­sid­er crim­i­nal and scan­dalous in their own…

"The best-laid plans of mice and men …"

Is abortion “healthcare”

I find this arti­cle, Why Elective Abortion Can Never Constitute Health Care by Timothy M. Jackson to present some inter­est­ing and valid counter-argu­­ments to a rather bizarre state­ments made by Leah Torres, a med­ical doc­tor and pro­po­nent of abor­tion on demand.  In fact, it isn’t dif­fi­cult at all to make quick work of Dr. Torres’ argu­ments to sup­port her the­sis that abor­tion is health care:  Common sense informs against the doctor’s argu­ments, but I sus­pect that is of…

"Is abortion “healthcare”"

The Curious Case of Judge Neil Gorsuch

It seems that in a final death cry among the oppo­si­tion to the nom­i­na­tion and inevitable con­fir­ma­tion of Judge to the United States Supreme Court a cer­tain small group of rab­ble-rousers — encour­aged and enabled yet again by cer­tain mem­bers of the so-called “pro­gres­sive” left press — have decried Gorsuch is a pla­gia­rist. Read more @ Breitbart.com Professor Robert George of was the gen­er­al edi­tor for Gorsuch’s pub­lish­er, the .  “I can only say that [these alle­ga­tions’] tim­ing and sub­stance (or, more to…

"The Curious Case of Judge Neil Gorsuch"