Category Archives: Leadership

Do Feminists Really Want Equality?

By | December 26, 2023

[December 24, 2023]  Feminists have strived for decades to gain equality for themselves compared to men.  But is that really what feminism is about?  Hannah Pearl Davis disagrees strongly with feminism.  Recently, she was on SkyNews being interviewed by Piers Morgan, along with feminist activist Ava Santina. Pearl has put forth arguments against feminism, essentially saying that feminists… Read More »

Why We Built a WWII Statue

By | December 24, 2023

[December 24, 2023]  Four years ago, a small group of men – all acquaintances – were discussing “doing something” for their community.  One of these men knew and befriended a World War II veteran and his devoted daughter.   The veteran was a highly decorated Army medic.  After the veteran passed away, his daughter suggested to the group that… Read More »

Abortion Abolitionists

By | December 18, 2023

[December 18, 2023]  I’ve wanted to write another article about abortion for many months, so here it is.  There is a man by the name of T. Russell Hunter who has a different take on abortion, and I’ll highlight some of his ideas today.  I want to note that Hunter calls himself an abortion abolitionist.  His organization is… Read More »

The Sap Keeps Running

By | December 14, 2023

[December 14, 2022]  Four fathers sat around the living room.  Each had brought their sons to an informal meeting of men of the church, to acquaint their young sons with ethical skills of manhood.  Perhaps this was not verbalized clearly, but the dads were nonetheless introducing their boys to the idea that men have a moral obligation to… Read More »

A Slow-Motion Kristallnacht

By | December 13, 2023

[December 13, 2023]  With American colleges embroiled in anti-Semitic activities, supported and encouraged by professors, administrators, and education leaders, are we seeing a slow-motion Kristallnacht?  John Hinderaker of PowerLineBlog and others are asking this legitimate question. “L.A. – as Jews were lighting candles last night for Shabbat and the second night of Hanukkah, mobs of antisemites took to… Read More »

The Three Stooges: Ivy League Presidents

By | December 8, 2023

[December 8, 2023]  The Three Stooges, a popular slapstick comedy from 1922 to 1970, is about three guys getting into constant trouble because of their stupidity.  On Tuesday of this week, three Ivy League presidents testified in front of the U.S. Congress.  Their inept performance showed the world that they are the three stooges of this century.  Why? … Read More »

The Scar Experiment and Victimhood

By | December 3, 2023

[December 3, 2023]  A 1985 social science experiment by Drs. Robert Kleck and Christopher Strenta have been getting their deserved recognition (article link here) lately in media circles.  I bring this up mostly to credit these scientists for telling us something most people already know.  Their study is called the Scar Experiment.  Here is the conclusion in the… Read More »