Trump Tax Bill Eliminates Alimony Deduction: Another Big Reason To Avoid Marriage And Get Divorced Before December 31, 2018

The Trump tax plan which was enacted into law on December 22, 2017 has been touted for all its benefits in reducing corporate tax rates and streamlining taxes for individuals.  One big loser of the Trump tax plan – unhappily married or soon to be married men.  Perhaps because Trump is on his third wife and has an iron clad prenup which he has fine tuned over the years and…

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Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber Posts Songs Advocating Extreme Violence Against Ex-Stanford Student Brock Turner For Appealing College Sexual Assault Conviction

As reported in the Stanford Daily Post, Michele Dauber, a Stanford Law Professor is advocating violence on Twitter against 21-yr. old, Brock Turner, who was kicked out of college and criminally convicted of sexual assault. The reason? Because he is appealing his case. If you are not familiar with Brock Turner, Read my previous article on the case. After denigrating his appeal in social media (the appeal has not been heard yet),…

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Do Men’s Gay Rights Trump Men’s Religious Rights? – The U.S. Supreme Court Will Decide Whether A Man Should Be Forced To Bake Gay Wedding Cakes

Do a man’s gay rights trump a man’s religious rights? On December 5, 2017, the United States Supreme Court heard full oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, to decide whether a Christian wedding cake artist should be forced design wedding cakes for two married gay men. This is an interesting case which raises both 1st amendment rights and the rights of gay men to obtain services…

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The Cult of Sexual Harassment/Assault Allegations Undermine Basic Constitutional Liberties; A New “Moral Panic” Targeting “Privileged Men” Signals Despotism and Tyranny Not Seen Since McCarthyism

11/22/2017.  A “moral panic” is upon us.  One where sexual harassment and assault allegations threaten to undermine basic constitutional rights and liberties.  Not a day goes by without some prominent man being mob lynched by the media for sexual harassment or assault allegations. Whether it’s Al Franken, Roy Moore, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and now journalist icon, Charlie Rose, — no man, whether liberal, conservative, rich or poor, is safe…

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5 Lessons Men Should Take Away From The Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Scandal

The countless sexual assault allegations against prominent Hollywood producer and “couch caster” Harvey Weinstein have rocked the manosphere. #metoo twitter campaigns have given countless women cover to fashionably claim victim status.  From Weinstein, Cosby, to Bill O’Reilly, prominent men are falling everyday as a result of sex related accusations. The butchery continues. Make no doubt, Weinstein’s behavior was inexplicable, inappropriate and bizarre. (A TV journalist claims Weinstein masturbated in front…

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A Quick Summary of California’s New Marijuana Laws

Effective immediately in 2016 and beyond, California’s prop. 64 has legalized the personal use of marijuana and radically reduced criminal penalties for violations of marijuana use.  Prior to prop. 64, medical marijuana was legal for Californians who had a valid medical prescription.  These laws are still in effect, so if you have a valid medical prescription, you should continue to use it.  It could be another couple years before state licensed marijuana…

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What the Trump Presidency Means for Men

Against all odds, the American voters’ decision to elect a Man (Donald J. Trump) as their next president should give some Men reprieve from feminist haters who roundly denounced Men all over as misogynists and sexual assaulters.  Trump is now your president. Read it and weep. And yes, that is a picture of Trump with “Hooters” dancers. After all, it was just a few weeks ago that Trump was getting buried by…

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How the Third Wave of Feminism Hijacked The Legal System To Target Men

Feminism has gone beyond equal pay and equal rights. In the United States (and other liberal democracies) there have been three waves of feminism that have influenced our governments and legal systems. In the U.S., the first wave came after the civil war, where through the passage of the 19th amendment, women were given the right to vote and an equal voice in the government.  Other laws of the Constitution…

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California Eliminates Statute of Limitations On Rape and Sexual Assault

On September 28, 2016, on the heels of amending other sexual assault legislation on the books in California, the Golden State now allows rape and other sexual assault allegations to be brought at anytime during the life of the defendant.  The new law kicks in on Jan. 1, 2017 but applies retroactively if the statute of limitations has not yet run on.  Previously there was a 10-year statute of limitations in…

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Michelle Obama Joins Feminist Choir of Trumped Up “Sexual Assault” Charges

October 13, 2016 – Joining the bandwagon of rhetoric (which now includes Republican Party defectors), Michelle Obama gave a speech loaded with accusations of sexual assault against Trump and other men in general. In her overly dramatic speech, claiming that she was “shaken to the core,” Michelle Obama said: AND I’M SURE THAT MANY OF YOU DO, TOO, PARTICULARLY THE WOMEN. THE SHAMEFUL COMMENTS ABOUT OUR BODY. THE DISRESPECT OF…

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