Real men… Do they exist?


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America has lost the art of Manhood… Real men are hard to comeby .. Infact manhood has been demonized…

A study by The Innovation Group released on Friday showed that members of Gen-Z largely reject the idea of gender binaries — like male or female — and a majority do not consider themselves “completely heterosexual.”
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Is our nation removing manhood? Will we become a nation if nongenders?

Men and women are allowed to vote for whomever they want. However, our choices can tell a lot about who we are and our belief systems. Voting for Bernie Sanders is voting to be “taken care of,” not unlike a child or a dog. Real adults- both men and women- vote for those who will offer the best opportunities, not the best “free stuff.” A conservative woman recently penned an article detailing how “men” who support Bernie Sanders can never actually call themselves “real men.” The title sound inflammatory, but the points are compelling:

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I once thought I was strong because I could bench press 365 lbs. and felt like the Hulk after a little workout. I once thought I was strong because people looked at me and I could tell they were impressed or intimidated by my height and build. When I became a husband and father, I’ve come to realize this is a feeble and laughable strength.

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We need to return to true manhood… Or our Nation will be lost.. We need to return to true womenhood, our civilization will be lost… We have genders for a reason…

 

God Bless

Paul Sposite

Fathering With Intentionality: The Importance of Creating a Family Culture | The Art of Manliness


familycultureHave you ever met one of those families that just seem to have it all together? Maybe you knew such a family growing up and loved hanging out over at their house – there was such a great atmosphere there that you kind of felt like you were coming home whenever you stopped over. The parents were happy. The kids were all well-adjusted and generally did the right thing. Everyone in the family seemed to genuinely love, respect, and care about each other. They all truly enjoyed each other’s company and had a blast doing things together. Sure, they had problems and struggles like any other family, but they supported each other and rallied together to take care of whatever they were going through. Maybe you joked about them being so good it was creepy – perhaps they were perfect aliens from another planet — but you envied them nonetheless.

These days you’re the dad, and you’re heading a household of your own. Things in your home might be a bit chaotic. Perhaps your kids don’t get along, maybe there’s tension in your marriage, or maybe you just feel like your home life isn’t quite in the shape you want it to be. You think of that fun, warm family of your youth and want what they had, but you don’t know how to go about it. In twenty-two years of school, no one ever offered you a single course in parenting. Maybe you hope it will just happen as the years go by.

via Fathering With Intentionality: The Importance of Creating a Family Culture | The Art of Manliness.

Tired of people telling her to cover herself, this mom has the most flawless response ever | qm


Perfect….


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This new mom one day tried to breastfeed in broad daylight, and when she did, she observed the reactions coming from individuals who were around her and couldn’t believe her eyes. Some individuals reacted with disgust, other made remarks about how wrong her conduct was, while a few men simply gazed at her discourteously.

via Tired of people telling her to cover herself, this mom has the most flawless response ever | qm.

Single mom arrested for ‘abandoning’ her kids at food court while interviewing for job 30 feet away


The whole idea of everyone calling the cops on parents is just getting silly.. Sit, watch the kids, make sure they are OK, ask them why they are crying… Be a member of the community.. Don’t just call the cops.

Seems like know one wants to help no one.. We have to change this, we have to become a community again…


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A single mother was placed under arrest by Houston police and later released after being accused of abandoning her children at a mall food court while she interviewed for a job just 30 feet away, reports KHOU.

Laura Browder said she took her 6-year-old daughter and 2-year-old son with her to a mall for a suddenly scheduled job interview because she didn’t have enough time to line up child care.  According to Browder, she bought the children lunch at the McDonald’s in the food court and sat them at a table approximately 30 feet away and well within sight while she interviewed.

via Single mom arrested for ‘abandoning’ her kids at food court while interviewing for job 30 feet away.

BREAKING: Police Seize 10 Children From Homeschool Family Because They’re Off-Grid | Off The Grid News


The government needs to stay out of our personal lives, how we choose to raise our children should be left up to the family. This is getting to be ridicules, the liberals have stolen America, and its time to took it back!


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An off-grid homeschool family of 12 in rural Kentucky was raided, the mother arrested, and the 10 children seized simply because the government disagrees with their lifestyle and their educational choices, family members and friends say.
Until Wednesday, Joe and Nicole Naugler lived with their 10 kids in a cabin on 26 acres in Breckinridge County, about an hour southwest of Louisville.
“They are an extremely happy family,” family friend Pace Ellsworth told Off The Grid News.

via BREAKING: Police Seize 10 Children From Homeschool Family Because They’re Off-Grid | Off The Grid News.

When Doctors Want to Pull Life Support on Son, Dad Gets Into Armed Standoff. What It Leads to is Miraculous. [Video] | John Hawkins’ Right Wing News


With Obamacare, situations like this will only increase. When we allow the system to decide who lives and who does not, we will be playing with a lot of peoples emotions. The doctors had no right to decide if this mans son should be taken off life support. This was and is a decision that should be left to the family. This is truly a sad story. NO=ow, as for the father wanting to kill himself if is son died, well that’s a whole other issue.


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A 27 year-old had a series of strokes/seizures and the hospital put him on life support. When his father got there, they told him they would be taking him off life support and harvesting his organs. The father had brought a gun… he intended to commit suicide if his son died and demanded time with his son. Another son wrested that gun from him, but there was a four hour standoff where the father spoke to his son and told him to wake up. The son squeezed his hand three or four times and later woke that night. The father never meant to hurt anyone but himself and spent 77 days in prison for defending his son and saving his life. He doesn’t regret a minute of it.

via When Doctors Want to Pull Life Support on Son, Dad Gets Into Armed Standoff. What It Leads to is Miraculous. [Video] | John Hawkins’ Right Wing News.

Gimme a Break! | The Saturday Evening Post


LiteSide_familyvacationI was thinking the other day of everything that’s changed since I was a kid. Some people don’t like change, but I’m not one of them. To believe something shouldn’t change is to say it can’t be improved, and I don’t know anything that can’t be made better with creativity and work. Of course, with every rule there is an exception, and the exception to this one is spring break. Spring breaks have changed a lot since I was a kid, and not for the better.

When I was growing up, schools held their spring break on Holy Week, culminating in Easter. Sometimes this was in March, and sometimes in April, on the first Sunday after the first paschal full moon following the spring equinox. Don’t ask me what a paschal full moon is, just take my word that Easter doesn’t happen until it does.

In those days, spring break provided the interlude between cold weather and warm. We would carry our sleds down to the basement and carry up our bicycles; remove the storm windows and store them in the barn; rake the winter debris from underneath the bushes; bring down the box fans from the attic; tune the mower; then haul the swing from the barn to the front porch. It was a working vacation, but still beat school all to pieces.

via Gimme a Break! | The Saturday Evening Post.