Thursday, January 15, 2015

Spawn rate going down

It appears that married women are having more children, while unmarried women are having less.

The article argues that the correlation is with economic conditions, Dalrock provides well-reasoned case for the poison of feminism is showing up in the stats of marriage rates.

It occurs to me that another cogent argument can be made of a mostly sub-conscious response to the coming civilizational chaos.

Friday, January 2, 2015

"The Final Solution" meets the "Gender Pay Gap"

Dalrock provides a delicious satire of how to deal with the mythical "Gender Pay Gap".

We need a national strategy.
Now that we know that marriage is the problem, how do we solve it?  Unfortunately we won’t be able to ever entirely eradicate marriage.  However, even where we can’t entirely prevent weddings we can sufficiently weaken the institution to achieve something very close to gender equality.  To do this, we will need a coordinated effort across all of our legal, social, and religious institutions.

Of Marriage and Men

This is a subject I think on regularly, and will engage in 2015.

In the red-pill world, marriage is generally panned and discarded as a failed institution. For the 18-35 crowd, I understand the mindset, and see the rationale for the guideline.

Regardless of age, there are groups of men that are looking for a different perspective.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

"Ron Klain, will not calm fears" - Serious Freaking Understatement [SFU]

You can call him a partisan, but once the polling data comes out, I suspect that it will prove this observation as on point.
He supports a proposed travel ban on West African countries that the administration opposes, saying some of its arguments are “absurd.”

Murphy also said the so-called Ebola czar that the president appointed to oversee the federal response, Ron Klain, will not calm fears.

“The American people are looking for knowledge and expertise,” he told Fox News. “He has none in these fields.”
It is a tangential conversation whether we [are yet] to the point where folks should be personally afraid, but putting a PR Flak in charge of the national threat of a Level 4 Contagion sounds like something that Monty Python would do. Ah, just a moment, here we are, The Ministry of Silly Walks.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Send the National Guard to Fight - Stupid Government Ideas

Refining the level of incompetent miss-use of our military.

President Barack Obama issued an executive order on Thursday paving the way for the deployment of National Guard and Reserve forces to West Africa to help contain the Ebola outbreak there.
Under the mandate, the secretaries of defense and homeland security can order to active duty some members of the Selected Reserve and the Individual Ready Reserve mobilization.
To which, Americans are responding with:


This really does sound like something out of  SNL parody skit; send people trained and to protect their own communities to 'fight' a Level 4 Pathogen in Africa.

Monday, October 13, 2014

It takes Women 10 years to train a male

H/T to Dalrock for making me aware.

Being a recovering engineer, I can appreciate the value in metrics, so we have Team Obama with a self-provided benchmark of 10 years to train a male.

The US Military does it in 10 weeks.

It seems that Michelle and B should stick to things that they have greater competency in performing.

"Airstrikes and International Outrage" - more SMI

To illustrate the stupidity, let's play multiple choice.

From CNN :

"Despite airstrikes and international outrage against ISIS militants, the terror group is overrunning Iraqi forces and slowly marching on"

Chose which of the following BEST stops the ISIS militants:

A> airstrikes and international outrage

B> airstrikes and media disapproval

C> airstrikes and BS from politicians

D> airstrikes and direct contact from Task Force @ss-Kicker