Category Archives: Men’s Rights

How To Destroy a Nation

Destroy the economy Debase the currency Destroy the family Foment racial tension Create class envy Exacerbate religious disagreement Invite mass immigration Sabotage the productive class Turn average citizens into criminals Make arbitrary laws and applications Denigrate traditions Maleducate children Overextend … Continue reading

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Safety Is More Important Than Life Itself!

Or so says the American Association of Pediatrics which has been dedicated to the sterilization, emasculation, and enfeeblement of children everywhere since 1930.

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Good Article for Women

Tracy McMillan lets women off a little too easy on a few points, but overall, she wrote a good article for the Huffington Post. Here’s a summary: You’re a bitch You’re shallow You’re a slut You’re a liar You’re selfish … Continue reading

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Hunting Pigeon Blood

Another great new addition to the blogroll: Full of Grace, Seasoned with Salt.

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Naso 5770 – A Republic if You Can Keep It

Numbers 7:84-86  This was the dedication of the altar, in the day when it was anointed, by the rulers of Israel: twelve platters of silver, twelve silver basins, twelve golden pans.  (85)  Each silver dish weighed a hundred and thirty … Continue reading

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Manual for Priests

Ariel ben-Lyman HaNaviy makes a very good point in his teaching on Tzav this week. (Part A is great. Part B contains too much rabbinic mythology.) The book of Leviticus (aka Vayikra) is a manual for priests. Christian men claim … Continue reading

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Prioritizing Obedience to Mitzvot

God wants obedience. He said that if we love him, we will keep his commandments. Yet, Moses and Elijah both appear to have disobeyed God and were honored for it. Moses came down from Sinai to find the people worshiping … Continue reading

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The Rights of One in Authority

Mishpatim lists a seemingly random set of commandments, but a closer look shows that they are not really so random. The common theme is property rights. Exodus 21:1 Introduction Exodus 21:2-11 Rights of a master over a slave. Exodus 21:12-36 … Continue reading

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A Christian Understanding of Polygyny

Mark Niwot posted a great article showing a biblical understanding of marriage and polygyny at Helium. Scripture repeatedly commands (Deut. 4:2 and 12:32, Rev. 22:18-19, etc) that man is not to “add to” nor “subtract from” the Written Word of … Continue reading

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Permission to Sin?

I frequently hear people say that God allowed this or that sinful behavior because people are weak. Buzzzz. Try again. God does not allow sin. He never says, “Don’t ever do this, but if you do, here’s how I want … Continue reading

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