In West Virginia’s court system corruption runs rampant because the West Virginia Judicial Investigation Commission refuses to clean up its processes. John Brown brings you details of the Commission’s recent failures and proposes it be replaced with an independent civilian review board.
In the 1890’s feminists came up with the idea of imposing financial, occupational and social penalties on America’s bachelors as a way of pressuring them to marry. The bachelors however had a different idea, and went about setting up the first Men’s Rights group with one overriding message for feminists: get the fuck out of men’s lives and stop telling them what to do.
Spring of 2013 brought a mixed bag of stories on discrimination against men and boys. The third article in Glen Poole’s series highlights both the tragic death of Earl Silverman, and Karen Straughn’s speech to Libertarians in New York.
Arthur Goldwag has been caught distorting, exaggerating, and making unsupported and even unfalsifiable claims, this time about A Voice for Male Students. News Director Robert O’Hara takes a look.
A college put up a page for anonymously accusing students of rape. A number of people, some of them Men’s Rights Activists, trolled the page to make a point about false allegations. John the Other, who is a very bad man, was one of them, and has some observations about it.
Glen Poole continues to highlight this past year’s business as usual – discrimination against men and boys. At work, in schools, everywhere, culture and policy ignore the needs of half the population. Here is Part Two of his top 50 stories of inequality for boys and men, 2013.
Law Professor Elizabeth Sheehy isn’t just an advocate for murder. She’s a liar to boot. John Hembling and Diana Davison call her out with the damning evidence that her record as a murder advocate speaks for itself, despite her deflections and obfuscations.
Robert O’Hara just reported from our news department on a company in California that is discriminating against male employees by establishing a woman only parking area that is much more convenient to their building, while forcing the men to park in an area that is much further away. It appears that someone there has noticed.
Glen Poole looks back on 2013 and picks his 50 top stories highlighting the many different inequalities faced by men and boys in the UK and beyond. Within the MHRM nobody is surprised; outside the MHRM, nobody has noticed that anything might be amiss.
The rape whistle is blowing, and they are making the last call. So you better pick up your bags and hop on board if you want to make the ride. The Rape Express is about to leave the station and the Daily Mail’s Jennifer Smith is not going to wait for stragglers.