Who among us has not heard the snappy feminist retort, “All you have to do is look at government to see that men have all the power”? Surely the lack of women in government proves something is amiss. And it does. Women don’t run, so they don’t get elected, says Robert Franklin.
In the wake of a snarky and misguided social cartoon that depicted life as a bowl of ice cream which women are forever being blocked by men from sharing in, much counter commentary has emerged. Robert Franklin offers his own very full scoop of opinion on the matter.
Maine has a less than illustrious history when it comes to getting things wrong in how to deal with the problem of domestic violence. It is understandable. As Gov. LePage seems intent on proving, mistakes usually come from the top.
The governor’s race in Virginia is highlighting a sad fact in the state that is for “lovers.” Loving fathers is a controversial idea if you want to hold public office. Attorney Robert Franklin offers perspective.
Robert Franklin enjoyed an ‘oldie but goody’ when he recently watched the Miloš Forman classic One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, starring Jack Nicholson. But it was more than a trip down memory lane for Franklin, when another way of looking at the film jumped out and grabbed him.
The day is nearing when prosecutor Mary Kellett will possibly face the music for her conduct in the case she prosecuted against Vladek Filler. And as it unfolds it reveals a much more widespread problem of false allegations and the corrupt court officials that pursue them. Robert Franklin reports.
After the tragedy that struck Boston we are once again a nation seeking answers and solutions. How are people convinced to take the lives of others for political goals? Robert Franklin offers the idea that part of the solution may well be written into the pages of this website.
A Voice for Men welcomes new contributor, attorney Robert Franklin, featured columnist for Fathers and Families and a long time advocate for sanity between the sexes. We welcome Robert with gratitude for his work.