Posts Tagged ‘ rants ’

Hillary Doing What Feminist Do Best – Blame Others

June 4, 2008
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Hillary Doing What Feminist Do Best – Blame Others

    (Part 2) Previously I wrote how Hillary Clinton is blaming sexism and misogyny within the media and society for her decline from top presidential candidate hopeful to presidential candidate in despair. I found her excuse typical of a person who has proselytized the feminist ideology which Hillary has confidently vocalized. Therefore, her beliefs...
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Hillary Doing What Feminist Do Best – Blaming Others

May 28, 2008
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Hillary Doing What Feminist Do Best – Blaming Others

    (Part 1) As Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign appears to be taking its last breath, my prescient abilities concerning her behavior with respect to her feminist leanings has not let me down. Back in October of 2007, I wrote how I would not vote for Hillary because she had declared herself a feminist earlier...
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Mothers Day Has Passed. Prepare for the Assualt on Fathers Day!

May 15, 2008
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Mothers Day Has Passed. Prepare for the Assualt on Fathers Day!

Mothers Day has passed, the day when we set aside any differences, wrongs, resentments, and other negatives about our moms across the country, and focus on all the good mothers have accomplished in raising us, the sacrifices, the hardships, the unconditional love, and other benevolent qualities perceived as only coming from moms. It’s wonderful...
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The Great Communicators. Are They Listening?

May 9, 2008
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The Great Communicators. Are They Listening?

  Let’s get one thing straight; women are not better listeners than men. Contrary to popular belief, I feel men are better listeners than women. So bear with me while I vent a little bit. The reason why men are considered lousy at listening is based solely on the assumptions and vocalization of women,...
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Our Pretty Little World of Distorted "Truths"

May 5, 2008
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Our Pretty Little World of Distorted "Truths"

   Today’s theme is going to address how reality and perceptions about men and women in society clash. However, instead of doing all the writing myself, I am going to use articles written by others to help address these distortions. These writers address the issues as well, if not better than I could, so I’ll...
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What Message Are We Sending?

May 1, 2008
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What Message Are We Sending?

   Reverend Jeremiah Wright was back in the news this week. After laying low since the controversy over his offensive and racially insensitive sermons and his relationship with presidential hopeful Barack Obama, he decided to make several appearances and interviews including one before the NAACP and The National Press Club. If you haven’t seen...
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A Reasonable Voice In A Sea of Confusion

April 28, 2008
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A Reasonable Voice In A Sea of Confusion

    If you read my blog you know two things about me. First, when I find something written by a feminist that I feel is fair and balanced -meaning I do not necessarily agree with everything that is said, but feel it represents a shift to a more reasonable exchange of ideas and viewpoints...
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False Accusations: A True Story – All Charges Dropped!

April 25, 2008
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False Accusations: A True Story – All Charges Dropped!

   A family court judge has dismissed all charges against my friend Josh. He had been facing three counts of battery for alleged assaults against his wife and one of her daughters (the accusation of molestation upon the daughter was eventually defined as an aggravated battery charge). To read the complete story, (written in four separate posts),...
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Posted in divorce, domestic violence, false allegations, fathers, female ego, female sexist behavior, feminist, genders, male injustices, men, relationships, society, women | 3 Comments »

False Allegations: A True Story – Update

April 23, 2008
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False Allegations: A True Story – Update

   (This post is to inform my readers about my friend Josh who is being falsely accused of battery and molestation charges by his wife after he filed for divorce. The four-part story I wrote about him can be found by clicking false allegations in the sidebar.) Last week, Josh’s wife Judy, called him...
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A Man In Touch With His Feminine Side: The New Enemy

April 21, 2008
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A Man In Touch With His Feminine Side: The New Enemy

     A man in touch with his feminine side? After years of pressuring men to accept this, how about we accept the fact that here in America this is an antiquated concept? I say this because as a man, I constantly read articles – almost always by female writers – that remind me that male privilege...
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