Tag Archives: Corruption of Power

Black Men – Sometimes the Plantation is in the Mind

Jemele Hill doesn’t understand black men.  Not surprising, given the fact she isn’t one.  Rather, Hill – the former ESPN commentator who was ousted after calling Republicans names – is a woman.  Of course, like many feminist women, she presumes … Continue reading

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A Feminist’s Tale – How to Disempower Your Opponent

In martial arts, there are two basic principles one must master: 1) how to attack, and 2) how to prevent your opponent from counter-attacking.  Many people usually simplify this to attack and defense.  But the reality, which most martial arts … Continue reading

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The Making of a Witch Hunt

The Chicago Tribune published an editorial last week criticizing Tony Robbins comments recently about MeToo.  I’ll get into Robbin’s comments in the next section, but in essence Robbins told stories about powerful businessmen he knew who were reluctant to hire … Continue reading

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Double Bind – This is what Feminist “Equality” looks Like

From Wikipedia: A double bind is an emotionally distressing dilemma in communication in which an individual (or group) receives two or more conflicting messages, and one message negates the other. This creates a situation in which a successful response to … Continue reading

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Feminists support Drunk Driving

Apparently, Feminists support drunk driving. The CDC released an infographic warning women against the dangers of binge drinking. Feminists were outraged. I mean, it’s just like those silly drunk-driving commercials – people should be able to get drunk and do … Continue reading

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