Saturday, July 23, 2016

Trump forgot to mention men

First of all thanks to Percy at Anti-Misandry for mentioning that Trump forgot men in his RNC finale speech. So let's let him know. You can reach him on Facebook and/or Twitter and let him know that men have concerns too.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Monkey see monkey do

The CEO of Fox News,Roger Ailes,is accused of sexual harassment. Initially he was accused by Fox news anchor Gretchen Carlson. The timing of the accusations is suspicious. Fox decided not to renew Carlson's contract. I guess this really ticked off Gretchen Carlson because that is when she filed the sexual harassment lawsuit. After that other women have joined in. Fox,along with other media outlets,has been covering the Cosby case because this is starting to mirror the Cosby situation and I'm sure that is by design. Are Cosby and/or Ailes guilty? Who knows,that is why we have a judicial system. To sort these things out. Now I realize there are those out there that believe if you have a penis and you are accused of a sex crime you are guilty. They run amok on college and university campuses. VAWA Joe has seen to that. Court rooms are not that bad. They aren't great but they are better than the shit you get on college and university campuses. Fox has been on cable for the last 20 years with Ailes at the helm. Yet now allegations are being made. If Ailes is this big sexual harasser why did these women wait so long to come forward. Megyn Kelly is the latest Fox personality to join in with Gretchen Carlson in accusing Roger Ailes of sexual harassment. That was the straw that broke the camel's back because that caused Ailes to resign his position at Fox News. Are the same people that are organizing,manipulating and exploiting the Cosby situation be doing this to Roger Ailes. Both Ailes and Cosby are well known conservative men. We live in very misandric times and thanks to gynocentricity the populace is blind to the evil ways of women. The fact that we have Don Quixote white knights proves it. What is the outcome? Who knows. Stay tuned.

Friday, July 8, 2016

So that's who's behind it



College association calls civil-rights agency a ‘Star Chamber’

It may have confused some observers why a constitutional law professor-turned-president would preside over the most blatant denial of due process rights to college students in recent history.

An intriguing Washington Post analysis might have the answer: President Barack Obama ceded all responsibility for campus sexual-assault to his vice president before they were even in office.

And Joe Biden has proven a zealot without any regard for the rights of students who face accusations bereft of any evidence beyond an accuser’s oft-fuzzy memory:

Biden said he spoke to Obama about the issue even before they won the White House in 2008, requesting a staff to work on violence against women “within the office of the vice president,” rather than at the Justice Department.

“He said, ‘Okay.’ He knew how strongly I felt about it,” Biden said, adding that over time Obama became more engaged with the issue.


Biden’s influence has apparently led the White House to judge all colleges that provide a fair process for accused students as cavalierly harboring rapists:

According to White House officials, top members of the administration — including the president, the vice president, their wives and members of the Cabinet — will not visit institutions whose leaders they consider insufficiently serious about pursuing sexual-assault allegations and punishing perpetrators.

Biden told the Post he also wants the feds to “take away their money” if schools provide basic fairness to accused students.

That echoes the federal funding threats made by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) when universities don’t immediately turn their adjudication proceedings into a fait accompli, as happened at Tufts University in 2014.

An official with the American Council on Education, which represents 1,600 college and university presidents at the federal level, aptly characterized OCR as “a Court of Star Chamber, with arbitrary rulings, no rights for those under investigation and a secret process” governing schools who fall under Title IX investigation.

Meanwhile, the legality of OCR’s “guidance” on Title IX is the subject of at least three federal lawsuits by students or their parents – meaning it’s likely that whoever succeeds Obama and Biden will have to clean up the legal mess they left.

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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Senate votes to require women to register for the draft

The United States Senate voted to pass a defense bill today that would require young women to sign up for a potential military draft for the first time in U.S. history. The vote was 85-13 in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act, a $600 billion defense spending bill that had a host of other controversial provisions in it, including prohibiting the closure of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and denying the Pentagon’s attempt to close military bases.

Republicans were divided about whether the U.S. should require women to register for the draft when they turn 18. Sen. Ted Cruz told Politico it was a “radical change that is attempting to be foisted on the American people,” while Sen. John McCain said “a large bipartisan majority on the Armed Services Committee agreed that there is simply no further justification to limit Selective Service registration to men.”

The Senate and the House will now meet to compare and resolve differences between the two versions of the defense spending bill. The House version does not have the female draft requirement in it.


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I love this. I am loving it. It's about time women did their fair share and not heap burdens upon men and men only. Let's send a "atta boy" to Senator John McCain and tell him he's right. The burden should not be upon men and men alone. On the other hand,I am disappointed in Senator Ted Cruz for taking the position he did. Perhaps we should remind him that selective service is a burden that is already heaped upon men whether they like it or not so requiring women to fulfill the same requirements that men are forced to do is not much of a stretch. The country can handle it.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Changes

There are going to be font changes. I'm changing them so they are easier to read. Black-first person yours truly,dark blue 2nd person and dark green 3rd person. These changes are being implemented on my other blogs as well. I trust this is easier to read.