Author: Carey Roberts



December 10, 2008

Domestic Violence Industry: Criminal

Filed under: What The F@#K?!? - 10 Dec 2008

The domestic violence industry has a habit of attracting unsavory characters into its ranks. And now three former operatives are doing hard time. Take Barbara Dehl of Nampa, Idaho. Ten years ago Dehl single-handedly lobbied for passage of Cassie’s …

September 7, 2008

Nancy Pelosi: Misandry A-Go-Go

As House Republicans stayed behind in Washington DC to debate solutions to the nation’s energy crisis, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was out on the TV circuit last month, talking up her recent book, Know Your Power: A Message to America’s …

July 20, 2008

No Place for Blind Woman at Womencare

Filed under: Potpourri - 20 Jul 2008

All Desiree Carpenter wanted was a chance to succeed. As a young woman Ms. Carpenter (not her real name) had been subjected to repeated physical and sexual assaults, losing her eyesight during one attack. Her assailant did hard time, but …

July 3, 2008

Abortionists’ Latest Ruse: Claim to be Against DV

Filed under: Abortion - 03 Jul 2008

Protectors of the innocent unborn need to prepare for the impending assault on the right to life, this time waged under the banner of stopping “domestic violence.”

June 27, 2008

Michelle Obama, First Lady Wannabe

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Jun 2008

Does Michelle Obama remind you more of Teresa Heinz Kerry or former First Lady Hillary Clinton? Read on and decide for yourself. As we recall, First Lady wannabe Teresa had a habit of shooting first and aiming second. Remember when …

June 21, 2008

Sex, Lies, and Datatapes in the Partner Abuse Industry

Filed under: In The News,Politically Incorrect Reality - 21 Jun 2008

The domestic violence industry is reeling from a recent series of high-profile scandals, leaving abuse workers to wonder how things could have possibly gone so wrong. First the Sex.

June 15, 2008

Father Knows Best

Filed under: American Society & Heritage - 15 Jun 2008

Father Knows Best was one of the most widely-viewed and long-running TV shows of the 1950s. True, the program played to a romanticized image of middle-class Americana. But that beats the modern-day alternative of a raging epidemic of sexually-transmitted diseases, …

June 10, 2008

Did the S-word Doom Hillary Nomination Bid?

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Politics In General - 10 Jun 2008

Like an over-hyped TV reality series that finally came to an end, Hillary has conceded the Democratic nomination race to Barack Obama. This past Saturday the Democratic Rules and Bylaws Committee drove the final nail in the coffin, declaring the …

May 30, 2008

Embittered Hillary Screams Sexism

Filed under: In The News,The Democrats,What The F@#K?!? - 30 May 2008

I’m getting a little tired of the Women’s Libbers who play the sexism card as a cover for ineptitude and arrogance. “It does seem as though the press at least is not as bothered by the incredible vitriol that has …

May 18, 2008

McCain Lampoons the Gender Wage Gap Myth

Ready for a morning chuckle to jump-start your day? Pay a visit to Hillary Clinton’s website that claims with a straight face, “Women still earn significantly less money than men for doing the same jobs.” [source]

May 6, 2008

Obama Hitches his Wagon to the Radical Feminist Agenda

Filed under: In The News,Politics In General - 06 May 2008

Barack Obama has a habit of hanging out with flamethrowers who espouse radical causes. There’s Obama’s long-time associate, former Weatherman William Ayers, who once boasted, “I don’t regret setting bombs…I feel we didn’t do enough.” And Rev. Jeremiah Wright, …

April 30, 2008

Hillary Unleashes Her Inner Macho

Filed under: Current Events,Politics In General - 30 Apr 2008

Belatedly, the Clinton campaign has come to realize that white men represent the critical swing vote of the 2008 primaries. When Hillary captured the white male vote, she has won 9 out of 14 contests. But when the good-ol’-boys gave …

April 27, 2008

Now We Know, Marriage is Cost-Effective

It’s a proven fact that family dissolution places children at greater risk of poverty, mental and physical illness, juvenile delinquency, abuse, substance abuse, and educational failure. A few years ago Wade Horn, former director of the federal Administration for Children …

April 22, 2008

Liberal Hate Speech May Doom Dems’ Election Hopes

First it was Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s expletive-laced sermons and anti-Semitic rants that plunged the Obama campaign into full damage-repair mode. Then Barack triggered an uproar when he remarked about down-on-their-luck voters, “And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they …

April 17, 2008

The Sad Spectacle of Dee Dee Myers

Dee Dee Myers has just come out with her amusing tale, Why Women Should Rule the World. You may recall Mrs. Myers was the first female White House press secretary, appointed during the first two tumultuous years of the Clinton …

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