Tag Archives: gender gap

Forget the Women’s Vote—It’s the Men that Count

If you have grown so very weary of the on-and-on blather that hypes the so-called significance of the super special women’s vote, then you can take to heart the latest statistical download from the survey folks at Gallup. It would appear that our pushed-aside and denigrated brothers are claiming a bigger impact on this presidential election than the female-focused pundits would like to admit. Continue reading

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Majority of Americans Support Gay Marriage? Don’t You Believe It!

Gee, could it be that all those gay positive polls we’ve been seeing are not really representative of the American mindset? Well, let’s take a gander at the CBS/New York Times poll which also pushed the gay marriage hot button. Hoping I’m sure to show how gung-ho on gay marriage the populace had become after Obama’s flaming queen routine over the weekend, these media minions didn’t quite get the high-five sign from their liberally tilted respondents. Continue reading

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Where The Boys Are: Certainly Not In College

It seems there are elevated levels of estrogen on our college campuses today, a hormonal imbalance that is impacting the scholastic rite of passage for those born of the male gender. Continue reading

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