Showing posts from June, 2023

The Dark Side of Norway’s Social Democracy: The Alarming Rise of Disability Claims and Entitlement Culture

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The Paradoxical Decline of Female Happiness in Egalitarian Norway

  "The state of women in modern Western culture is akin to this patient who has countless medications and is getting sicker by the minute. The doctors continue to blindly prescribe new medications every election cycle. It’s reasonable to expect that women’s satisfaction would have risen as they have moved out into the workforce and away from raising children at home. Instead, women in the Unites States  show  signs of being exhausted and disappointed with life. In our waiting rooms, the 41 percent of women with  burnout  sit next to the 18.4 percent of women with  depression ."  Click here for The Paradoxical Decline of Female Happiness in Egalitarian Norway

Norwegian Illusions: A Warning for Pete Buttigieg’s Infatuation

  "The recurring conservative counterargument to the  Scandinavian-style social democracy  is that the homogeneity of the population and wealth disqualifies it for comparison.  A better counterargument, however, points to the  deterioration we are observing in real time . Interestingly, precisely because of wealth and homogeneity, the experimental conditions are perfect to observe what happens to the human mind when exposed to social democratic policies for generations."   Click here to read the full article in The American Spectator

"What Should I Tell My Daughter?" #8 About violence

In this episode we are joined by Derrell Jones, a former military police officer turned law enforcement captain with extensive experience in domestic violence and homicide cases. As a father of two girls, Jones brings a unique perspective to the discussion, which delves into the complex topic of violence in relationships and how parents can safeguard their children from dangerous situations. The episode begins with thought-provoking questions: Is violence something that occurs unexpectedly, or can it be identified in advance when your child is dating someone? Are men perpetrating more violence than women? How can parents prevent their children from ending up in violent relationships? Cpt. Jones, drawing from his years of professional experience, offers invaluable insights into these pressing concerns. The conversation explores the signs of domestic violence, the importance of recognizing red flags, and practical strategies for teaching young people to seek partners who possess strength

"What Should I Tell My Daughter" #7 About prejudice against men - with Dr. Aman Siddiqi

In this episode we are honored to be joined by Dr. Aman Siddiqi, a renowned clinical psychologist specializing in prejudice against men. Dr. Siddiqi tells us about his research findings on discrimination and bias faced by men in various aspects of society. The discussion begins by delving into the concept of bias against men, and how it differs from biases that apply to women. The conversation shifts towards the dfferent types of discrimination against men, the portrayal of men in pop culture and the consequences of emasculating humor. We engage in a nuanced debate about the impact of such portrayals on society and the potential ramifications for boys' development. The topic then shifts towards parenting and the differences observed in raising boys and girls. The second part of the episode delves into the changes Dr. Siddiqi hopes to see and aims to understand his perspective on the treatment of men and women. The discussion revolves around the need for consistent themes and prod