March 31, 2016

Can the West win again? Faith Goldy talks war on terror, Katherine Young on gender wars PLUS more SJW campus madness

Andrew LawtonRebel Commentator
 

In this Lawton Online, I talk about the growing issue of misandry--the oppression or subjugation of men--with professor and researcher Katherine Young, who has co-authored four books on the subject. 

I’m also joined by fellow Rebel Faith Goldy to discuss why, contrary to Justin Trudeau's belief that Canada isn't at war with Daesh and Secretary of State John Kerry's belief that the West is winning that war, we're losing it. 

I also talk about a few examples of political correctness taking hold of education--from social justice warriors assaulting a man with dreadlocks to students feeling 'triggered' by pro-Trump chalk writing.

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commented 2016-04-05 17:10:35 -0400
If we cannot call evil “evil” without the fear of offending someone, then there is no way we can win the war on terror.
commented 2016-04-01 20:18:54 -0400
There is indeed a sexism against men in society. If a man fails, it is his fault. If a woman fails, she gets excuses and social programs thrown at her. Men are seen as the villains that are out to victimize women. That is why women have much more to fall back on, and do not get judged for it. Furthermore, women have more opportunities, regardless of what feminists say. There are some jobs that men are not allowed to work in, out of fear that a man will take advantage of a woman or a child. Men are not be trusted, and have less to offer. Well, unless a woman needs him to do manual labor or put himself at risk.
commented 2016-04-01 15:21:08 -0400
I don’t like dreadlocks either, but doesn’t mean you attack the person.