The true history of universal suffrage in the UK.
Peter Wright shares yet another excerpt of forgotten history that punctures the myth that women once had no power and no voice.
19th Century socialist and social philosopher E. Balfort Bax was a maverick amongst this contemporaries, but his words often remain eerily relevant to today’s world.
We are constantly being told that women are the kinder sex, the compassionate sex, the ones who keep men civilized. Robert St. Estephe has proof that feminist narrative is a myth and he is here to set the record straight.
It takes two parties to play the age-old game of chivalric co-dependence. Here’s a mature look at the game that puts both parties to the charade on notice and demands honesty and fair-play equally from each.
“Never trust a woman (of bad character)” is a good motto. Yet it is one which must be complemented by “never trust a man (of bad character).” Here is a look at a female legislator’s efforts — in days gone by — to fight for the rights of males, conjoined with a newspaper commentary on those same efforts written by a female journalist. You are invited hereby to meet two “proto-Honeybadgers.”
You thought you knew all about gold-diggers? Here is a story you’ve never heard before — about one of the greatest gold-diggers of all — a story that you did not, I guarantee you, hear about during your “gender”-indoctrination years in school and college.
It was called the “Heart Balm Racket”: the ultimate gold-digger scheme. And it was epidemic in early 20th century USA. Here is one female journalist’s exposé of the scam in in 1911, just as it was becoming a full-blown epidemic.
Chilvalry justice: the tendency of men to allow women on trial for homicide to get away with murder is well documented throughout the last century and a half. The detailed commentary dating from 1912 by Illinois State Attorney E. W. Wayman provides the most compelling report of the phenomenon yet to have been discovered.
Canada is the cutting edge of innovation in making law ever more progressive. This fresh-off-the-press development in jurisprudence has inspired the invention of two new terms: “murder tourism” and “sheehicide.” Yet, the more progressive intellectuals get the more old-fashioned they get. Here is the back story to the proposed new “license to kill.”
The social problem known as parental child abduction has been around for a very long time. Presented here are the earliest well-documented case in the United States, the earliest known image associated with such a case and a brief, but striking example of maternal abduction of children from a father by gunpoint.
According to Ernest B. Bax ‘equality between the sexes’ has been raised to the position of sacred dogma, one which entails little more than a factitious exaltation of the woman at the expense of the man. Not one to be deterred by political correctness, Bax speaks his mind on the subject.