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Boys Behavioral Problems

Friday, April 4, 2014

Boys do not have behavioral problems anymore than girls. Boys and girls are different that is why we call the boys and girls. Boys cannot be expected to act like girls and girls cannot be expected to act like boys. Society in general, especially the schools in this country do not believe this and they […]

Ralph Wilson and the Bills Fate

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

RIP Ralph Wilson. You will be missed. Many have for years believed that the fate of the Bills would rest directly with Mr. Wilson’s death. Others angrily state in a mantra like way that the Bills are not going anywhere. They defend their stance with the fact the Bills were left to the daughters in […]

Bohemian Grove Murder

Sunday, March 23, 2014

You probably never heard of Bohemian Grove. Here is a brief education. It is a summer camp in California for 9 figure plus million and billionaires. They do not attend this summer resort to escape the “troubles” of their money empire. Rather it is a think tank in the middle of the forest. They scheme […]

Boy Dead, Father Under Investigation because Daughter Lies

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Once again the drive by media finds the emotional women who will taint the court of public opinion by implying the man is responsible for events beyond his control. A boy, Johran McCormick, is dead! A man has to live with killing a boy for the rest of his life. A girl is a the […]

USA Today Vs. Buffalo News Headlines

Monday, March 3, 2014

It is difficult to have a lower opinion of the Buffalo News (morning print) but today their real estate value dropped a little more and USA Today’s went up. The headlines this morning are the reason why. USA Today headlined one of the most important, world reaching, and history in the making current events. It […]

Breast Cancer Month is Finally Over

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Breast cancer month is finally over. Now do not get me wrong it is a terrible disease. My issue is the exclusionary pink ribbons (even though both sexes are affected) everywhere and seemingly inordinate amounts of funding and support for one type of cancer. A cancer that many women can in many ways participate in […]

Brian Dugan RIP

Thursday, September 16, 2010

  At about 9pm on Wednesday September 15th, I was at the intersection of Sheridan and Belmont, the scene of two recent motorcycle accidents which I also happened to be in the area on those days. Yesterday was more personal and tragic for I am sure many people. Brian Dugan, 37 a Ken-ton teacher father […]

Mostly Men Died

Thursday, November 5, 2009

This article does not have to use 2/3’s of the population to distort its numbers like when “mostly women and children” is so often used. On the Titanic of the approximately 1509 people that died about 1339 of them were men. In all the years that this story has been told I have never heard […]

Stab Husband 193 Times, 25 Years Too Harsh

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

David J. Phillip / AP What?!? If this is not blaring evidence of the way women are treated with kid gloves, then nothing will ever. Abuse aside this is a case of murder. Susan Wright, 33, stabbed her husband 193 times, buried him in a hole in the yard that he had dug for a […]

No Search for Fred Noonan Endures, and No Film Shows He is Long Forgotten

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Tell me about Fred Noonan. Can you without looking him up? I doubt it. This is another demonstration of how far back the idea of the disposability and unimportance of men goes. This one dates back to the 1930’s. There is no hoopla, no remembrances, no movies, no mention, no search or any thing of […]