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NCFM Adviser Richard Doyle, Our Devastating Welfare System

February 3, 2019
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NCFM Adviser Richard Doyle, Our Devastating Welfare System

Menken described the U.S. federal government as a “milch cow with one hundred twenty-five teats.”  We devote far more resources than many other countries to social spending.  This essay addresses the twenty-one and a third percent of Americans on the dole.  Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation claims federal and state spending on means-tested...
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Posted in Child Custody, Child Support, Children's' Rights, Courts, Courts Family, Fatherlessness, Female Privilege, Feminism, Gender Politics, Richard Doyle, MRA, Welfare | 4 Comments »

NCFM Member John Davis, Esq., SPLC — Hate Group Profile

January 26, 2019
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NCFM Member John Davis, Esq., SPLC — Hate Group Profile

NCFM NOTE: Over the years, the Southern Poverty Law Center has classified several NCFM members and affiliated organizations as hateful or hate groups. Hate is one of the most destructive forces on the planet. To be clear, NCFM opposes hate in all forms, including that coming from the Southern Poverty Law Center. The SPLC appears...
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Posted in Discrimination, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Discrimination Men by Men, Diversity, Elite, Feminism, Gender Equality, Gender Politics, Gendercide, Gynocentrism, Harry Crouch, John Davis, Male Victims, Man Bashing, Mens' Organizations, Misandry, NCFM, NCFM, Other, Radical, Revolutionary, Supremist | No Comments »

NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, PhD opinion piece in the Washington Times, Higher ed getting lower

January 26, 2019
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D opinion piece in the Washington Times, Higher ed getting lower

THE WASHINGTON TIMES – – Thursday, January 24, 2019 ANALYSIS/OPINION: I entered Antioch College in 1957 in the tiny village of Yellow Springs, Ohio, which had no stoplights, one flashing light at the railroad tracks, one greasy-spoon diner, one tavern, one pizza place and spartan dormitories. What Antioch did provide was an outstanding liberal...
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Posted in Dept of Education, Diversity, Education, Gordon Finley, Ph.D, Social Justice, supremist feminism | 2 Comments »