Showing posts from January, 2015

Life is Short

I heard last night that a classmate's wife had passed with very little warning; cancer with not tie to how she lived.

This has set for weeks, because I have been unsure what to say.

I have come to the conclusion tonight, that it is best to recognize them, toast their lives, and keep the essential lesson in the fore-front.

Life is Short.

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.

"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.