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Stand up for children
Wednesday, May 1, 2002, Calgary Herald
Excellent editorial reflecting the absolute disgust of Canadians with Justice Minister Martin Cauchon's decision to abandon the children of Canada. "It is a victory for the radical feminist lobby and a stunning defeat for children and families." Can one ever trust politicians who are so willing to abandon the children of Canada so completely?
Divorce-law protesters struggling to get message across
Friday, May 3, 2002, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Dave Brown makes the point about the divorce industry and the lack of political action -- children need their parents.
MP says Liberals made a liar of him
Monday, May 13, 2002, David Vienneau, The Ottawa Citizen
Roger Gallaway talks about the deceit of the Liberals and Justice Minister Martin Cauchon. Not only not keeping the promise, but the violation of the promises of the Chretien's Throne Speech.
Ottawa stalls on Divorce Act changes
Tuesday, April 30, 2002, Toronto Star
Justice Minister ready to drop custody reform
Monday, April 29, 2002, Janice Tibbetts, National Post
Another Liberal government promise - even in the Throne Speech - broken by the new Minister of (In)Justice.
"Ottawa stalls Divorce Act changes"
Monday, April 29, 2002, Bruce Cheadle, Canadian Press
The Liberal government, and the Minister of Justice, lie to Canadian again. Undoubtedly this is the second part of the play -- the first being child support laws, that are generally unconstitutional and illegal in Canada, being judged "great". Can these crooks survive in their jobs for long? Make note of the players!!
Genetic wallets
Wednesday, April 10, 2002, Editorial, National Post
The National Post again calls for shared parenting and reasonable court decisions.

Nowadays the vow is not to tie the knot
Sunday, May 26, 2002, Gerard McManus, Sunday Tasmanian
Nope, not only in Tasmania.

Boy-toy daddy loses lawsuit
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, Toronto Sun
Little boys raped by women don't matter. Espcially the victims of Mary Kay Letourneau.

Invisible Suicide
Sunday, May 19, 2002, Jeffrey Asher, The Ottawa Citizen
Excellent article on the slaughter of men in Canada as ignored by the Government -- and as pushed along by the "justices" of the Supreme Court. Jeff Asher is another educator of men who was demonised by the feminists who cannot stand rational questions (see below).

Fired prof was 'his own worst enemy,' lawyer argues
Saturday, May 11, 2002, Les Perreaux, National Post
Another Canadian instructor, Henry Makow, devastated by the feminist heirarchy -- so much worse than any version of any "patriarchy". "Modern" feminism (known as "gender feminism" or as they call it "radical feminism") cannot stand questioning because it is a paper tiger based on lies and bigotry.
Students say they fled professor's class in tears
Friday, May 10, 2002, Les Perreaux, National Post
There it is -- the religion of feminism cannot stand questioning or intrusions of reality, only blind faith. Back to the old tool -- crying makes everyone else at fault. How far feminism has come -- the dumb and weak are supposed to be the strongest.
Professor said 'dumb thing,' witness says
Thursday, May 9, 2002, Les Perreaux, National Post
Lyn Cockburn of The Winnipeg Sun admits that she had no evidence in her possession that Henry Makow had ever made unprofessional or sexually inappropriate comments -- she just took the word of a student,Avital Feuer. It is clear who is unprofessional and inappropriate in sexual innuendo and allegations. These women have a problem of automatic bigotry.
Professor provocative, not sexist, students say
Wednesday, May 8, 2002, Les Perreaux, National Post
Many students don't see the problem. Wait for the stooges that have been set up to come crawling out of the dark.
Inventor of 'Scruples' under fire
Tuesday, May 7, 2002, Les Perreaux, National Post
Scruples against those with none.

Feminism Hijacked
Sunday, May 19, 2002, George F. Will, The Washington Post
An accurate discussion based on the work from the Independent Women's Forum.
Healthy Distinctions
Saturday, May 25, 2002, Phyllis Greenberger, The Washington Post

The backlash to the above -- on one point only. Note that from the statistics as presented, the NIH funds significantly female-only, and not men-only, studies which is why the balance changes to general population statistics when they are excluded and only general population studies are included. The point being? -- if you can't show anything, obfuscate.

The trouble with boys
Thursday, May 30, 2002, National Post
An editorial on the needs of boys in schools -- and life. About time someone remembered them.
Teachers search for new ways to educate boys
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Anne Marie Owens, National Post
A conference on how the education of boys can be improved -- after it has been destroyed.

Cops corral kids' hate
Thursday, May 30, 2002, George Christopoulos, Toronto Sun
Should we even hope that Police Chief Julian Fantino is talking about the gender hatred promoted in our schools and practiced on our sons?

Men challenging laws forcing non-fathers to pay child support
Saturday, May 25, 2002, David Crary, Sacramento Bee
Startling news: men are standing up the reproduction fraud. Occasionally they win although the system devalues them, and the children.

Judicial independence and the assault on sovereignty
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Melanie Phillips, Daily Mail
Judges rule that politicians cannot overrule judges. Who do you think is running things? -- certainly not elected representatives.

Deadbeat parents tax courts, judge says
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Betty Ann Adam, Saskatoon StarPhoenix
No, its the court taxing parents -- and one would say more than simply taxing.

Man wants $30,000 child support back
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Mark Dunn, Herald Sun
Man defrauded in respect of his fatherhood wants his money back. You think that the courts have enough integrity to do that?

Jury saw Meuse as a caring father
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Anita Perkins, Eagle-Tribune
Men jurors recognised Brian Meuse as a caring father. Female alternate, Matthia Keyes, wanted more mothers so they could convict the nasty man.
Jury clears dad in tot's kidnapping
Friday, May 24, 2002, Anita Perkins, Eagle-Tribune
Dad recognised on a basis at least equal to mom -- by the jury, not by Haverhill District Court Judge Allen G. Swan. Lawyer, Barbara Johnson, an advocate for fathers and a fighter, wins out over injustice. For those in Massachusetts, Barbara is running for governor in 2002 -- she would have our support.
Defense questions 'double standard'
Tuesday, May 21, 2002, Anita Perkins, Eagle-Tribune
Lawyer Barbara C. Johnson points out the double standard of the police and the courts. Mom does it, all is OK. Dad does it -- jail. Massachusetts has more than enough sexism for us all.
Judge restricts defense in kidnap case
Saturday, May 18, 2002, Anita Perkins, Eagle-Tribune
Judge decides the man in kidnapping case is not allowed to defend himself.
Jury to decide: Kidnapper or concerned dad?
Thursday, May 16, 2002, Anita Perkins, Eagle-Tribune
Father, Brian J. Meuse, on trial for rescuing his baby daughter from a drug-addicated mother who neglected the chld's serious medical adn developmental needs and who had custody only because judges decided to ignore the restaining order giving him temporary custody.

Teachers search for new ways to educate boys
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Anne Marie Owens, National Post
A conference on how the education of boys can be improved -- after it has been destroyed.

Accused loving mom, aunt says
Thursday, May 30, 2002, Jonathan Kingstone, Toronto Sun
As if anyone who was her surety would say anything else. Such is reporting.
Mother of drowned baby free on $75,000 bail
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Dan Rowe, National Post
Wednesday, May 29, 2002, Jason Botchford and Jonathan Kingstone, Toronto Sun
Well she's sorry about something.
That is a hefty bail -- again unusual.
Tot dies, mother charged
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, Jonathon Jenkins, Toronto Sun
Is it editorial to identify the mother as "young" when she is 27, a registered practical nurse, has another child and has a teenaged step-daughter? Nothing like excuses.
Mother charged after baby drowns in bathtub
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, National Post
Baby drowns in tub, mother charged
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, Carly Foster and Mary Gordon, Toronto Star
Unusual -- not an automatic OK for dead children killed by their mother.

Time to Speak Out
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, Wendy McElroy, Fox News
"All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men [and women] to do nothing" ó Edmund Burke.

Courts usurping Charter with rulings
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, Rory Leishman, London Free Press
Excellent article about how the courts are undermining the rights of Canadians, and the Charter of Rights and Freedom, in their effective quest for tyranny.

Kitaen Plays the 'Woman's Trump Card' Against Finley in Custody Battle
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, Glenn Sacks, iFeminists.com
Plays the trump -- but did not win yet. Look carefully to see if the courts maintain a semblence of justice here.
Kitaen in Rehab, Divorce Court
Friday, April 19, 2002, Yahoo!News
Tawney Kitaen -- husband basher who is actually charged(!!) starts to hear her life in divorce court -- and we see Dad needs to look after the kids.
Chuck Finley Files For Divorce
Wednesday, April 17, 2002, Yahoo!News
Sensible guy -- with all the publicity maybe the judge will not be able to ignore her violence, or simply blame it all on him. Undoubtedly the social workers will eventually get it and really mess the poor kids up.
Finley obtains temporary custody of children
Tuesday, April 16, 2002, ESPN.com
Heavens -- a judge with a brain in family law in the US! We need judges who can think of justice and children.
Pitcher's Case Throws a Curve at Common Beliefs About Abuse
Wednesday, April 10, 2002, Dana Parsons, Los Angeles Times
Comments on the double standard, but takes notice of the prosecution abusers such as Kitaem.
"Bachelor Party" Babe Kitaen Busted
Thursday, April 4, 2002, Yahoo News
More on Yawny Kitaem who assaulted her husband. Note the he had not called (not that it would have done any good coming from a man), but that the police actually acted.
Finley's wife arrested on spousal abuse charges
Wednesday, April 3, 2002, ESPN.com
"Actress Tawny Kitaen, wife of Cleveland Indians pitcher Chuck Finley, was charged Wednesday with spousal abuse and battery..." Notice for a woman the attack is only alleged.

Handling the Meltdowns of the Nuclear Family
Tuesday, May 28, 2002, Charlie LeDuff, New York Times
As often happens, the NY Times got it wrong. Family court is where law and children go out the window. It is the place where lawyers lie, without even bothering to get direction from their clients. It is where children are chewed up and turned into emotionally damaged members of socities -- pregnant, pucnks, drug addicted, violent -- complements of lawyers and lawyers who became judges. This is the realm of social destrcution, of the bias for husband beaters, and of the best interests of lawyers picking over the carcasses of those who they left.

Women's rift repaired
Monday, May 27, 2002,
No rift healed -- just a new chief of gender bigotry in Canada. Same old, same old. And reportedly as much a bimbo as Heddy Fry called herself.

A nation that lies to itself
Monday, May 27, 2002, Melanie Phillips, Daily Mail
While mostly about drugs, this column also talks of the delusions with which children are treated -- and abused. This is not about the best interests of children.

Paternity: stop DNA by 'stealth'
Sunday, May 26, 2002, Larry Schwartz, The Age
Secret tests of DNA may be outlawed
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, Charles Arthur, The Independent
News Analysis: Our DNA is unique, but that does not mean it belongs to us
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, Charles Arthur, The Independent
Move to outlaw secret DNA testing by fathers
Sunday, May 19, 2002, Martin Bentham and Lorraine Fraser, The Telegraph
The start of the recognition of the number of "fathers" paying for children that are not theirs -- hide the problem and prevent the fathers from knowing. Can't run such a scam with truth and honesty -- in England and Australia.

Criminal law, common sense seem far apart
Saturday, May 25, 2002, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Arbitrary arrest looks a lot like child abuse.

Girl, 14, pleads guilty to infanticide
Saturday, May 25, 2002, Heather Polischuk and Jason Warick, Saskatoon StarPhoenix
An honest young girl -- undoubtedly the courts will not carry through to ensure that murdering children is deemed unacceptable. Knock off those masses of protoplasm, as the Supreme Court likes to call children.
Girl, 14, faces murder charge in death of newborn
Sunday, May 5, 2002, Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Female workers at prison for boys face sex charges
Friday, May 24, 2002, Victor Malarek, The Globe and Mail
Sex case rocks jail
Friday, May 24, 2002, Jonathon Kingstone, Sun Media
More cases of female sex abusers raping children. Will Canadian courts reward the rapists with their victims as in past cases?

What the poverty industry won't tell you
Friday, May 24, 2002,
A story on the faked-out poverty measures in Canada -- measures that are used more to justify Stalinistic social policies rather than help people. But the truth is that the welfare state is self-propogating and the best way to let people get ahead is to let them.

Tug-of-love boy must go back to Canada
Friday, May 24, 2002, The Evening Times
Boy kidnapped by his mother is returned to his home.

Woman who starved son to death now considered "low risk," parole board rules
Friday, May 24, 2002, Canoe News
Kill a kid -- and you are low risk, but only if you a woman. Of course, the kids look at things differently. Of course, when you are dying you can rest assured that everyone else will say she will be sorry after you are dead. {Dads, of course, will stay in jail because Dads are monsters.]
Mother of starved child seeks full parole
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, National Post
Killer Lorelei Turner seeks to get out of jail. She and her husband starved their poor child. Of course, she wants out of jail and he will stay and rot.

A Quiet Attack on Women
Friday, May 24, 2002, Elisabeth Warren, New York Times
Here is one of those vacuous, double-think things that one would expect out of the radical duplicious feminists. Apparently, changes ot hte bankrupcy rules will only penalise women who max out their credit cards and don't have a man handy to bail them out -- because feminists don't like men.

Woman charged in man’s stabbing
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, Jim Purnell, The Packet & Times
Not only stabbed him, killed him, the father of their children. As normal, they were living together: in Canada men are 5 times moer likely to be murdered by a woman with whom they cohabit.

Grandson of Mel accuser injured, mom acquitted
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, Gretchen Drummie, Toronto Sun
Of course, the reason for the article was Mel's problems, but note how little thought is given to a child with 5 broken bones when a mother -- no matter how young or disturbed as with Fadumo Mahamoud -- is involved. So did Justice Hugh Locke act, even with a "remote possibility", in the best interests of the child? Time and death will tell.

Feminists Claim Motherhood as Liberal Cause
Tuesday, May 21, 2002, Wendy McElroy, Fox News
'The average woman feels no connection with elite feminists who analyze her life in terms of "deconstructing gender," and politically correct feminists know it. That's why they are now scrambling to play the "mommy card."'

Courts making us our brother's keeper, and ex-spouse's, and ...
Tuesday, May 21, 2002, Paula Simons, Edmonton Journal
"It has been called the privatization of welfare -- and that's by the people who think it's a good idea. It's the trend in Canadian law to force people to take on financial obligations they never saw coming."

What are fathers for?
Tuesday, May 21, 2002, Robert Verkaik, The Independent
Subtitle: Last month a man lost custody of his children, even though he had always been the househusband and primary carer. Robert Verkaik asks: does the law treat fathers unfairly?

The pay equity debacle
Tuesday, May 21, 2002, Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail
Wente figures that pay equity was a good idea that did not work. It didn't. Undoubtedly, it would not be a good idea for the papers and the courts to work on substantive equality in the prison populations, in the on-the-job mortality, and in the federal funding departments.

Courts making us our brother's keeper, and ex-spouse's, and ...
Sunday, May 19, 2002, Lorne Gunter, Edmonton Journal
Comments from the net: There's a distinctly anti-male undercurrent in this ruling, too. "Forcing" women on welfare, Laskin added, "to become financially dependent on men ... strikes at the core of their human dignity." Ah, yes, and living off the avails of taxpayers is so self-affirming. Instead of "spouse in the house," the Ontario Court of Appeal could have called this ruling the "welfare good, men bad" decision.
You'd think stealing a man's children and forcing him to pay for it would also strike "...at the core of their human dignity". Apparently not for educated, biased, feminist, paternalis, misandrist, anti-male Canadian judges!

'Keep women out of jail' says Home Office
Sunday, May 19, 2002, Jo Dillon, The Independent
You think that the British government gives a fig about keeping MEN out of jail? Is there a more blatant sexism than these types of orders from a "government"?

New thread adds drama to divorce
Wednesday, May 22, 2002, Araminta Wordsworth, National Post
Stephen Bing claims his privacy was invaded by identifying him as the father of Kerkorian's wife's child -- while she was married to Kerkorian. What a lovely bunch of cukoo-nuts.
Billionaire's paternity fight heats up
Saturday, May 18, 2002, National Post
Kirk Kerkorian identifies movie producer Steve Bing as the father of the little daughter of his ex-wife, Lisa Bonder Kerkorian -- not stopping her from gold-bricking and seeking truckloads of cash from Kerkorian.
Kerkorian's former wife faked DNA paternity test
Tuesday, March 26, 2002, Araminta Wordsworth, National Post
Not the dad, still pay and pay. Support is not from the father to the child, it is from the courts to women -- and children are simply weapons. Rich or poor, the farce and the fraud is still the same.
Wife's child support claims total US$324,000 a month
Tuesday, March 26, 2002, Araminta Wordsworth, National Post
Kerkorian Ordered to Pay Bills
Saturday, March 23, 2002, Associated Press
Kerkorian Challenges Paternity Claim
Friday, March 22, 2002, The Washington Post

Single-sex algebra adds up
Saturday, May 18, 2002, Meghan Cox Gurdon, National Post
After the destuction of the education system is separate classes the answer? The answer is male teachers and none of the crap feminism that is taught in the schools -- arithmetic is not a matter of gender analysis.

Lap dance was hooking: Judge
Saturday, May 18, 2002,
Another judge, Justice Bruce Young, destroys the law. Of course, hooking is legal -- only men are illegal. So next time your wife or girlfriend gets amorous, you will now know she is hooking, so pitch her out on her .... err...err... One really wonders about brain damage from sitting on benches and dancing around the law.

Probe: Ayisha's tragic life
Saturday, May 18, 2002, Shane Holladay, Toronto Sun
Memories all dad has
Friday, May 17, 2002, Rob Lamberti, Toronto Sun
A father, whose daughter was stolen by the courts despite his best and continuing efforts is left with one dead child who knew him but never knew he was her dad. Was it the mold in these Ontario courts?

Nurses called a murder cult
Friday, May 17, 2002, Toronto Sun
No cult -- Junko Yoshida, Hitomi Ishii, and the two unnamed ones killed their husbands for money.

Child support set at $12,000 a month
Friday, May 17, 2002, Neal Hall, Vancouver Sun
"Any more would have been excessive, judge decides" -- good to know that $144,000 a year after tax is not excessive for two children. Please send cash. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Marion Allan tries to make the ridiculous less ridiculous, but it is all still insane.

Inmate pleads guilty to soliciting a hitman
Thursday, May 16, 2002, Kathleen Brady Shea, The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Patricia Ann Stevenson was in jail for a hammer attack on her boss's fiancée. She sought to kill them and a trooper."

Wife 'leaves bag of husband's limbs outside girlfriend's home'
Wednesday, May 15, 2002, Ananova.com
More violence against men. Of course, women are supposed to never do this. Remember men are 5 times more likely be killed by the woman they are married to, rather than an ex.

Mother 'poisoned her son'
Wednesday, May 15, 2002, BBC News
Another little boy dies after a lifetime of misery at the hands of "Mom".

Mother charged with daughterís murder
Wednesday, May 15, 2002, The Scotsman
Another child dead.

When can yes mean no?
Wednesday, May 15, 2002, Scott Tracey, Toronto Star
Shades of the injustice of Ewanchuck -- even explicit and recognised consent does not matter any more. Woman can accuse anyone of anything sexual no matter what. What a disgusting province Crown attorney Murray DeVos is reflecting in this court.

Unwanted Sex
Tuesday, May 14, 2002, Cathy Young, Reason Magazine
Congratulations to Harvard on its stand on student sexual charges -- they will actual require EVIDENCE before destroying a man!

Spouse rule violates Charter, court says
Tuesday, May 14, 2002, Tracey Tyler, Toronto Star
This was inserted because this particular ruling is such an affront of gender profiling and bigotry -- both by the government and the Ontario Court of Appeal. Anyone who ever thought that these "judges" would ever abide by the non-gender-disrcimination clauses of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom can read this decision and recognise what a bunch of [explicative deleted] are on the bench.

Baby boomer suicide rate up 24 per cent: StatsCan
Monday, May 13, 2002, Toronto Star
In true Toronto Star suppression of information form, they are right but fail to mention that it is the 40-something MEN that have "lost all hope."

Dragnet closing in on mom on the run
Sunday, May 12, 2002, Charlie Anderson, The Province
Will police actually bring kidnapping mother, Phyllis Hollett, to justice?

Council clears judge for writing letter about abuse
Saturday, May 11, 2002, Tom Blackwell, National Post
For Justice Leslie Baldwin, the liberator of Karla Homolka (with the help of Peter Jaffe and others), and the judge who plays gender politics from the bench against all judical rules, is found a "good old boy" by the Ontario Judical Council.
Judge who lobbied official cleared of misconduct
Wednesday, May 15, 2002, The Globe and Mail
Ontario Judicial Council says that judicial political lobbying is ok ... for women judges anyways and Leslie Baldwin specifically. This is the group that looks after the image of judges -- which undoubtedly explains why judges are held in lower repute than lawyers these days. Canadians are supposed to trust these jokers with their lives and their children?
A judge in the clear
Tuesday, May 14, 2002, The Globe and Mail
Bigoty and bias was a problem of timing? Give me a break. These judges should be timed out of judging.
Lobbying not improper, judicial body says
Monday, May 13, 2002, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
Would I dare say that Ontario Judicial Council once again whitewashes the improper behaviour of a biased and discriminatory judge? Do either of them have any credibility in the eyes of Ontarians?
Judge off the hook: Council
Saturday, May 11, 2002, Ian McDougall -- Toronto Sun
Well, it appears that the Ontario Judicial Council has no concept of an informed, fair-minded member of the public -- just a bunch of corrupt judges protecting their own political takeover.
Judge defends lobbying for abused wives
Thursday, April 4, 2002, Tom Blackwell, National Post
This "judge", Leslie Baldwin practices politics by lobbying only to deliver rewards in respect of one group at the expense of others. Not a judge that should be on the bench -- certainly not one you could trust especially if not in her "preferred" group. '[The letter] showed me that, based on her feminist ideology and gender profiling, she was not open-minded.' Ironically, the Ontario Judicial Council, the group established to protect the image of judges in the minds of the public, are told that the opinion of the public has no relevance. What a hypocritical whitewash this unpublic-public, hearing-with-no-evidence hearing is -- with a questionable psychologist telling judges what their job is. Where is the judicial disclosure of this group?
Judge's beef just 'logical'
Thursday, April 4, 2002, Ian McDougall, Toronto Sun
Not so logical.
Judge under review for letter sent to Flaherty
Thursday, April 4, 2002, Tracey Tyler, Toronto Star
This gentle reminder was instructions on what to put before this judge.
Secretive judicial council opens its doors
Thursday, April 4, 2002, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
Open its doors? Certainly only let their selected friendly media know, but no notice to "their" public -- maybe "ultra-secretive" is still the term. Earl Levy certainly indicates where his biases lie.

Adoption and the threat to marriage
Monday, May 13, 2002, Melanie Phillips, Daily Mail
Comments on the UK debate about adopting children into the unstable and uncommitted common-law relationships. Best interests of the children? Parliamentarians apparently don't care.

The dark side of motherhood
Sunday, May 12, 2002, Kelly Patterson, The Ottawa Citizen
An article on the maternal instinct -- and how it does not exist.

Lover's attack earns 6 years' jail
Saturday, May 11, 2002, New Zealand Herald
Of course, men aren't in danger if they break off a relationship. Heck what is a little gasoline over the head and a match if it is only on a man.

The great divide
Thursday, May 9, 2002, The Washington Times
It takes a while, but everyone loses in divorce. The text does not recognise that under the current system high divorce rates, predominantly by women, are because the initiating party ends up without expecting to lose anything.

Co-workers' duty to report violence: CAW
Thursday, May 9, 2002, Brian Gray, Toronto Sun
CAW stand -- report domestic violence, but only if it is a man to jail. You think that their members are as dumb as the executive? (The answer is no.)

Study finds city girls seek money men
Wednesday, May 8, 2002, Ananova.com
Women? Looking for money? Sex for cash? Nahh, never happens. Hmph.

For more balance on campuses
Monday, May 6, 2002, Christina Hoff Sommers, Christian Science Monitor
Sommers on the rewriting of history by "Women's Studies".

A political vignette for our times
Monday, May 6, 2002, John Waters, Irish Times
The word is out -- "fathers" are not allowed to run for office in Ireland.

Children raised on mood drugs
Monday, May 6, 2002, Evonne Barry, Herald Sun
An article on the wholesale drugging of children -- mostly boys -- by those wonderful therapists who are supposed to understand the children's best interests in divorce cases.authorities who are

18 years' jail for arsenic lunches
Saturday, May 4, 2002, Wayne Howell, Herald Sun (Australia)
Another dead husband -- slowly and painfully. Suprisingly the wife gets charged, but only after confessing to her daughter years later. The authorities did not even bother to check despite arsenic poisoning having very unique and well-known characteristics.

Suspect was 'tired': Friend
Saturday, May 4, 2002, Ian Robertson, Toronto Sun
Well, there is the excuse for a mom to kill her children -- she was tired. Of course, if this was depression and she was a man, it should have been immediate, automatic and indefinite jail time.
Vain battle to save girl, 3
Thursday, May 2, 2002, Ian Robertson, Toronto Sun
Another mother, Tanya Choma, beats a child to death. Surprisingly, she is charged. Want to bet the Crown will refuse to prosecute.

Retiring judge proud to have pushed reforms
Thursday, May 2, 2002, Cristin Schmitz, National Post
Gatecrashing the old boys club
Thursday, May 2, 2002, Kirm Makin, The Globe and Mail
Bigotted judge is proud of her discrimination against men -- to the tune of her own family. Such injustice is illegal in Canada.

Babysitter charged in death of 3-year-old
Thursday, May 2, 2002, The Globe and Mail
Female babysitter charged with killing child. Want to bet she is let off?

Suicidal soldier gets year-long jail term for Wainwright rampage
Thursday, May 2, 2002, David Howell, Edmonton Journal
Note: insane female soldier gets excuses and a little jail. Male soldiers get a lot.

Gehring barred from teaching for 10 years
Thursday, May 2, 2002, Sarah Schmidt, National Post
Teacher cannot see why people are "hung up on the sex thing", which is called rape. Why is this ban only for 10 years?

Welfare cheater a victim: Lawyer
Thursday, May 2, 2002, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
Lawyer Clayton Ruby tells it as it is -- if you cheat and defraud the government and the people of Ontario as did Morel D'Amour rather than working, AND you are a woman, then you are a "victim" and are entitled to do whatever you want [except, of course, not pay your lawyer's fees (PS. Ruby does a lot of pro-bono work unlike many of his colleagues, and likely acted here as such unless he got "costs" awarded)].

Young dads who donít give up
Wednesday, May 1, 2002, Lara Macmillan, Edinburgh News
The dads who did not get forced away.

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