Ron Collins shares his research on VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) and lays out the important issues we face as a result of silencing the critics. Aside from the corruption and embezzlement, no one even seems to care if the programs are working.
“Never trust a woman (of bad character)” is a good motto. Yet it is one which must be complemented by “never trust a man (of bad character).” Here is a look at a female legislator’s efforts — in days gone by — to fight for the rights of males, conjoined with a newspaper commentary on those same efforts written by a female journalist. You are invited hereby to meet two “proto-Honeybadgers.”
You thought you knew all about gold-diggers? Here is a story you’ve never heard before — about one of the greatest gold-diggers of all — a story that you did not, I guarantee you, hear about during your “gender”-indoctrination years in school and college.
Gold-digger. The very phrase will get you tarred in many circles as a “misogynist.” The interesting thing is, the phrase came from history, and it came about because of the way some people were actually behaving.
Robert St. Estephe brings us an interview with Faith Baldwin, a noted author in her day and foe of the abuses of the divorce and alimony by women – as commonplace 85 years ago as today.
The practice of corrupt judges destroying marriages and families for profit goes back at least as far as the early days of the American republic. Another great find by Robert St. Estephe.
The mercenary perversions of romance in the first half of the 1900’s were legion. Robert St. Estephe, Gonzo Historian, brings us three startling examples.