Category Archives: Research

The Traditionalist Challenge to Modernity in the Catholic Church

The Catholic Church, or at least Catholics, have a reputation for being liberals; it is Evangelical Christians who are known as being conservatives or at least tied to the Republican Party and more recently specifically being supporters of Donald Trump.  … Continue reading

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The Disappearing Deaths from Coronavirus

Coronavirus isn’t a new epidemic anymore, it has been around for 6 plus months in the United States, I would say March 1, 2020 is when the epidemic “got started” in terms of the public reaction to it. So where … Continue reading

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The 100 Year Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote

In traditional societies men are the guardians of women; men being the guardians of women being pretty much universal say 200 years ago and prior. Men being the “guardian” of women means men take care of women, men protect women, … Continue reading

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Roosh V and the Failure of Neomasculinity

Roosh V started blogging at DC Bachelor on March 3, 2005; moving to his current blogging domain Roosh V on November 6, 2006. Apparently on July 10, 2007 Roosh self-published his book “Bang” selling 66 copies in the first 5 … Continue reading

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Rollo Tomassi versus Anthony Dream Johnson

Some interesting news hit the manosphere when Rollo Tomassi put up his post “21 Convention Dates Cancellation” on June 2, 2019. Rollo starts out the post saying: “I’ve got some bad news. Due to some unfortunate misunderstandings and internal conflict … Continue reading

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History of Family Breakdown in the United States

Family breakdown started around 1850 in the United States I would guess, certainly no later than 1870, family breakdown being visible in social statistics as soon as comprehensive social statistics started to be tabulated. From the source “100 Years of … Continue reading

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The Life of Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly died on September 5, 2016 at the age of 92. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1924. From a New York Times book review written in 2006 Judith Warner commented: “In many ways, Phyllis Schlalfy, née … Continue reading

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Out-of-Wedlock Births Plateau and maybe begin Decline

The out-of-wedlock birth ratio or illegitimacy ratio was 40.2% in 2014; that is down, yes DOWN, from 41.0% in 2009.  This is the first time since 1950 that the illegitimacy ratio has declined over a 5 year period.

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The Beginning of the God Revival among Secular People and Atheists

I believe a recognizable and identifiable God Revival has started among secular people and atheists in the United States in the form of the emergence of the Manosphere and The Red Pill. If I was to put an official starting … Continue reading

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The Return of the Stay-at-Home Mother

The Labor Force Participation Rate (LFPR) of women 25 to 54 years old peaked in April 2000 at 77.3%. By January 2013, the most recent month available, it had dropped to 74.0%. This decline in women’s LFPR is contrary to … Continue reading

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