The Self-Destruction of Women & How that Effects Western Civilization

(source) Of course, from the very start… not all women are participating in this destruction, but enough that they might actually succeed. Here is how… There is a protective and nurturing spirit found in all species that use nurturing as a survival technique. It has served well, or else that particular species would have gone... Continue Reading →

Latest Marriage Data Suggests Dark Future For America If Things Don’t Change Fast

(source) Perhaps the most important document to come out of the U.S. Senate this year was released last month, and while a report on President Donald Trump’s tax returns, another COVID-19 relief package, or infrastructure legislation likely would have gotten major media attention, this important document flew under the radar. The report, titled “The Demise of the... Continue Reading →

Where Are the Children?

(source) Suppose you asked a group of university students “What is the greatest problem facing the world today? Many might suggest climate change. Given our present battle with coronavirus, some might cite pandemics. Others would surely bring up overpopulation. Few, if any, would mention plummeting birth rates in developed countries. Nations as diverse as Poland,... Continue Reading →

The Boy Crisis, The Dad Solution

"Dad deprived” children suffer in more than 70 different areas in comparison to children who are “dad-enriched” (source) Dr. Warren Farrell is co-author (with John Gray of Mars/Venus fame) of the “The Boy Crisis.” While Dr. Farrell identifies ten causes of the boy crisis, he found that by far the biggest cause is a lack... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Motherhood

(source) We live in a no-brainer age in which the very concept of motherhood is now under attack. Thus we must come to the defence of mothers and motherhood. This seems odd, given how valued mothers have been throughout human history. Mothers provide invaluable benefits to all, and their work is priceless. As Ann Crittenden... Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Not to Make Your Kids Share Their Toys

(source) I don’t make my kids share their toys. I arrived at this decision after careful consideration. Unfortunately, that decision isn’t an easy one to discuss with other parents, mostly because it appears that my stance endorses selfishness. Nothing could be further from the truth. Like many other parents, I think it’s very important to teach... Continue Reading →

Is miscegenation bad for your kids?

(source) Mixed-race couples mysteriously now dominate so many TV commercials. MSM good news: Edinburgh University’s Dr Peter Joshi and his team, analysed health and genetic information in 100 studies conducted worldwide, including details on more than 350,000 people, living in both urban and rural areas. They did find that “genetic diversity” (their term for “mixed-race”) is associated with higher... Continue Reading →

How Dads Affect Their Daughters into Adulthood

(source) Conversations about the importance of fathers usually revolve around sons: how boys benefit from having a positive male role model, a consistent disciplinarian, and a high-energy roughhousing partner on their way to pursuing career and family success in adulthood. But as recent research shows, fathers also affect the lives of their young adult daughters... Continue Reading →

Why I supported my autistic daughter’s social transition to a man (and I regret)

(source) FightingToGetHerBack lives in the United States with her husband and 17-year old daughter Zoe. Four years ago, Zoe made the surprise announcement that she was transgender. FightingToGetHerBack shares her personal story to illustrate how even smart, educated parents can be emotionally blackmailed into supporting their children’s transition.   For almost a year, I actively supported my... Continue Reading →

“Teen Culture” is Destroying the World

(source) Preindustrial societies mostly exhibit a continuum from childhood to adulthood. There is generally no random cut off age where suddenly teens are given rights and expected to become adults. Children seamlessly and gradually integrate into adulthood, with puberty rites being the only major benchmark. These societies were “free-range parenting” before it was cool. Even toddlers have a... Continue Reading →

School Shootings and the Sea of Loneliness 

(source) Another mass shooting, more innocent lives lost and more communities shattered. America struggles to understand why the violence continues. What are we missing? America has failed miserably in how it treats those with mental illness and violent tendencies Several layers of law enforcement and social programs often also fail to do their jobs, such as... Continue Reading →

The Best Mom Can’t Make Up For A Dad

(source) A film producer told me a story recently.  It was about an experiment with high-school kids from disadvantaged families.  All of these students received full scholarships from renowned universities.  But none of these students went on to higher education.  Why?  Because they came from single-parent mother-only homes and their mothers pulled their kids heartstrings... Continue Reading →

Rising The Fragile Generation

Bad policy and paranoid parenting are making kids too safe to succeed (source) One day last year, a citizen on a prairie path in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst came upon a teen boy chopping wood. Not a body. Just some already-fallen branches. Nonetheless, the onlooker called the cops. Officers interrogated the boy, who said... Continue Reading →

My wife wants a homosexual child

(source) They said that accepting gay "marriage" and homosexuality will not affect the marriage of normal people and the rest of society. Well, I doubt that this what I found in a parenting forum would happen without it. The question was asked in a forum by user28091: "We are planning to have our first child in about... Continue Reading →

Manly Men

(source) The first time I ever had a reason to think that maybe the next generation of men coming along were a little light in the loafers, was when I hired a summer intern a dozen years ago. He was a college student hoping to become a lawyer or politician one day. He seemed like... Continue Reading →

Are Red or Blue Families More Stable?

Conservatives are family-values hypocrites, Nick Kristof recently argued at the New York Times. They talk about marriage, family, and traditional values, but, in reality, they have difficulty living up to their professed values. In fact, it’s actually “liberals [who] practice the values that conservatives preach.” Certainly, Kristof is on to something when it comes to members of the political class,... Continue Reading →

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