I begged my readers to pay attention to the trial of Mohamed Noor to ensure he gets a fair, public trial. Now here we are, and nothing like that is happening.
Janice Fiamengo takes a look at the radically different ways boys and girls are treated at high schools.
Mark Dent gives a review of E.B. Bax’s book The Fraud of Feminism
Women in STEM are stand-out legends….. except when they’re not.
Are men afraid of commitment or simply making a rational choice?
Doug Mortimer takes a look back at the 1950s movie Marty
The trial of officer Mohamed Mohamed Noor, in Minneapolis, Minnesota is likely to tear the fabric of reality for many Minnesotans, should he, like the 24 officers since Damond’s death, be cleared of all charges.
The double-standards never cease, and nowhere is this more obvious than in global conflict zones
“In a way, this dummy is greatly symbolic of the institution of routine infant circumcision as a practice without a human connection; no eyes, no voice, no compassion for the individual. As such, it is an abomination.”
Brian Martinez of Honeybadger Brigade interviews Philip Davies MP
In November 2015, after watching the media reports of the 4th Precinct Takeover, I predicted that Minneapolis Police would end up killing a white woman. It would be a white woman blissfully ignorant of Minnesota law, infected by an extremely contagious bias, which started in St. Paul and then spread throughout the world. I’d been observing this […]
Paul takes a deeper look at the Joe Biden controversy.