Measuring the Success of the War on Men

From Tucker Carlson, who explains just how far the war on men has gone and how successful it has been:

You hear a lot in America about the “war on women,” but it’s men in America who are failing. We have some shocking statistics:

The signs are everywhere. If you’re a middle aged man, you probably know a peer who has killed himself in recent years. At least one. If you’re a parent, you may have noticed that your daughter’s friends seem a little more on the ball than your son’s. They get better grades. They smoke less weed. They go to more prestigious colleges. If you’re an employer, you may have noticed that your female employees show up on time, whereas the young men often don’t. And of course if you live in this country, you’ve just seen a horrifying series of mass shootings, far more than we’ve ever had. Women didn’t do that. In every case, the shooter was a man.

Something ominous is happening to men in America. Everyone who pays attention knows that. What’s odd is how rarely you hear it publicly acknowledged. Our leaders pledge to create more opportunities for women and girls, whom they imply are failing. Men don’t need help. They’re the patriarchy. They’re fine. More than fine.

But are they fine? Here are the numbers:

Start with the most basic, life and death. The average American man will die five years before the average American woman. One of the reasons for this

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A Question About the Lenten Fast

Suppose a person had given up BOURBON for Lent, and after many long, hard, painful days of fasting desired a WHISKEY. Would this constitute breaking the fast?

A certain person who is NOT a bourbon OR whiskey drinker thinks so, going so far as to say such extreme things as “that’s cheating”, while another person who is on intimate terms with both says ‘no, it is a totally different thing’, given that the principle of non-contradiction tells us that a thing cannot ‘be’ and ‘not be’ at the same time, and while it could be argued that bourbon is (Kentucky) whiskey, whiskey is definitely not bourbon. Does everyone agree?… Read the rest

What Can We Learn from the Worsening of the ‘Queen Bee’ Syndrome

From the University of AZ: women are more rude to women than they are to men, and more rude than men are to women, or to men.

Why should men try to understand women when women, who understand women, despise one another?

https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/incivility-work-queen-bee-syndrome-getting-worse… Read the rest

If We Can’t Trust Them With Guns, Why Trust Them With Votes?

The latest irrational response to the shooting in Florida is a proposal to ban possession of rifles by those under 21.

If we are truly concerned with the threat posed by the young and stupid, why do we allow them to vote?… Read the rest