Weaponization of Family Law

Hits: 77My debut article in Quillette contains substantial court data from Georgia. I am particularly interested in the metro area where more affluent female plaintiffs have the resources to leverage family law statutes allow them weaponize laws meant to protect the vulnerable. As of March 31st, 2019 there was a total of 146,591 Total Orders...

Book Review: I’m Not Dying with You Tonight

Hits: 1472After spending the last 18 months writing my own book, I have had the pleasure and sometimes the pain of reviewing a plethora of books that focus on social justice, gender equity, and racial issues. Consequently, I decided to review some books that validate many of the points that I address in my book....

Someone I Used to Know…

Hits: 109He replays their last encounter, replaying each scene, rewriting the dialogue in hopes of a more favorable ending. What he observed that afternoon defied explanation and is impossible to articulate to anyone who lacks context and insight.  He enters her townhome and sees her cowering on an ottoman;a woman he thought he knew. He...

“Little” Lies:When She Cried Wolf…(2nd Installment)

Hits: 118 Cloaked in a fragile yet morally superior persona she deconstructs his motive, her harm absent any hint of her culpability. Inspired by her testimony, the flock cannot contain themselves, their behavior so demonstrative that it even draws the ire of an empathetic magistrate. Her young female attorney, a prominent feminist figure and blogger,...

Toxicity Has No Gender!

Hits: 111In my never ending research for my book, I ran across an interesting article about the archetype of “Toxic Masculinity”. The article On Toxic Femininity is a provocative take on this isue from a female perspective.

“Much Ado About ‘Mansplaining’”

Hits: 188“Much Ado About ‘Mansplaining’” by Cathy Young https://link.medium.com/vLpsZPVNvT

The Kavanaugh fight exposed feminism’s identity-politics problem

Hits: 100Very interesting read from the Dallas Morning News. 

True Meritocracy

Hits: 161Lying on his deathbed, advisors press Alexander the Great to name his successor. He whispers,”the strongest“. 

When She Cried Wolf…

Hits: 223Prior to the release of my article and book, I wanted to let my subscribers read the short story that started it all. If you do not see a link to the story you will have to subscribe to the blog to access it.  Walking slowly, seemingly infirmed, she approaches the court’s entrance, steadied...

Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong…

Hits: 113The fact that tribalism now represents the primary driver of public policy in America is beyond alarming. Irrespective of one’s take on the SCOUS mess, individuals should be able to express their opinions without being relegated to their perceived tribe.  My book and upcoming magazine articles stem from personal experiences and views; predispositions formed...