The Family courts are creating voters, out of the otherwise uninclined, by the thousands. With enough help someday this page (or someone elses) will be as functional as the N.O.W.'s Voter's Guide (click here to view).

      In the mean time, we can thank the people of the N.O.W. for this compilation of reasons to vote against these people. Anyone you find sponsored or endorsed in any way by the NOW or it's affiliates needs to be prevented from gaining office or removed from office if it's already too late.

      Tuesday, August 01, 2006

      Recommended New Voting Style

      Thanks to BJ Shea for this one.

      It's called Legal Anarchy.

      Simply put, you always vote against the incumbent, no matter what (and especially if you find them recommended in any way by the NOW). Imagine the way this will change a politicians view of their career. The ramifications go beyond me.

      Monday, July 11, 2005

      Jihad in the US Senate

      The rush is on in the US Senate to jump on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) bandwagon. Currently, there are thirty two senators on the list of VAWA co-sponsors. Twenty-six are Democrats and six are Republicans.

      The list of Democrats sponsoring this hateful legislation includes all the usual suspects, with gender feminist victim cult members such as Hillary Rodham and Barbara Boxer. Not to be left behind, Washington’s two senators, Patty Murray and Maria Can’t, are betraying the state’s men and fathers with vigor.

      Proving that men in the US should not simply give away their votes to Republicans, the list also includes:

      Lincoln Chaffee, R-RI
      Mike Crapo, R-ID
      Mike DeWine, R-OH
      Chuck Grassley, R-IA
      Orrin Hatch, R-UT
      Arlen Specter, R-PA
      These men congratulate themselves for doing their part in propogating the myths of the gender feminist cult, under the guise of “helping the little ladies.”

      But, more and more men and fathers, and the women that care about them, are seeing through the hateful ideology that drives VAWA. They are also seeing that this money goes to support radical feminists in Women Studies departments in universities around the country, who are obsessed with the patriarchy bogeyman and determined to attack it even if they must destroy society in the process.

      As we have said here before, young men should question whether they want to serve in the military to protect a Constitution that no longer seems to apply to them. Apparently, many of them are doing just that.

      This time around, though, there are many groups that have organized to fight this legislation. It will not be the cakewalk for gender feminists that it was last time around, when all 95 senators displayed their cowardness through seeking safety in numbers while herding to vote for the most insidious legislation since Jim Crow Laws.

      These groups include RADAR, the Independent Women’s Forum, iFeminists, Fathers 4 Justice, and several organizations of men and fathers.

      Sitting in their ivory tower of self-congratulation, Congress will likely pass VAWA once again. But the atrocities it inspires, and the general marriage strike by millions of eligible bachelors, will continue to coalesce resistance to the closest thing to Soviet-style rule, silencing of scholars, and misinformation the US has ever known.

      Eventually, freedom will prevail over this gender feminist jihad.

      Monday, June 13, 2005

      Patriarchy Fighting Superheroes

      Here is a list of Senators supporting the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. These patriarchy fighting superheros are there to save the day for gender feminists, extending their employment options through federal funding, and allowing them to continue their war on men, fathers, and traditional family.


      Senators Joseph Biden (D-DE)
      Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
      Arlen Specter (R-PA)


      Maria Cantwell (D-WA)
      Patrick Leahy (D-VT)
      Mike DeWine (R-OH)
      Herb Kohl (D-WI)
      Charles Grassley (R-IA)
      Edward Kennedy (D-MA)
      Barbara Boxer (D-CA)
      Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)
      Charles Schumer (D-NY)
      You can see here what their talking points are going to be, written up by the gender feminist victim cult residing at the National Coalition of Domestic Violence, and complete with a "sample letter."

      As you might have noticed, Hillary Rodham is nowhere to be seen on this list. But, make no mistake about it - this was her legislation from the very beginning. You should think of her as the Wizard of Oz behind thick curtains, pulling the levers of this on-going attack on the most basic Constitutional rights of men and fathers.

      With both Republicans and Democrats on this list of sponsors, it is obvious that men and fathers do not have friends in either of the major parties. If Republicans were not so interested in near term political benefits and were thinking more towards 2008, they would draw Hillary of Oz out from behind that curtain and make her defend this nasty legislation.