Carey Roberts column
Carey Roberts is an analyst and commentator on political correctness. His best-known work was an exposé on Marxism and radical feminism.

Mr. Roberts' work has been cited on the Rush Limbaugh show. Besides serving as a regular contributor to, he has published in The Washington Times,,, Men's News Daily,, The Federal Observer, Opinion Editorials, and The Right Report.

Previously, he served on active duty in the Army, was a professor of psychology, and was a citizen-lobbyist in the US Congress. In his spare time he admires Norman Rockwell paintings, collects antiques, and is an avid soccer fan. He now works as an independent researcher and consultant.

Warning to women: the government wants to turn you into a rape victim
Carey Roberts
December 29, 2011

Ladies, looking to celebrate New Year's Eve in grand style? Plan to cut loose at the gala event? Indulge in some free bubbly? Maybe a romantic fling to welcome . . .

Department of Ed rewrites the Constitution, at the expense of men
Carey Roberts
August 27, 2011

If college administrators were turning a cold shoulder to rape victims and female students were dropping out like flies, the recent Department of Education sex . . .

Violence Against Women Act must stop the hateful stereotypes
Carey Roberts
August 15, 2011

The Senate Judiciary Committee recently held a hearing on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. Americans certainly should do all we can to . . .

Politicians tweaking the nose of radical feminism
Carey Roberts
August 5, 2011

Two weeks ago Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic National Committee chair, met her match in one Rep. Allen West. It seems that Wasserman Schultz waited until . . .

Mirth in the mutilation of men
Carey Roberts
July 27, 2011

No one disputes the facts of the case. After a brief marriage, a 60-year-old California business owner filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. He . . .

Violence Against Women Act: do the rights of men matter?
Carey Roberts
July 12, 2011

It's been some 17 years since our nation declared war on domestic violence and enacted the Violence Against Women Act. It seemed like a good idea at the time. . . .

Sarah the ethical?
Carey Roberts
June 22, 2011

A tour bus playing cat-and-mouse with the media...the imminent release of a feature-length movie...breathless speculation about her presidential aspirations. No . . .

Presumed guilty until proven innocent...even then you're still guilty
Carey Roberts
June 8, 2011

This past Thursday men and women from around the country convened to share their experiences facing down false allegations of abuse. The event was a sobering . . .

Joseph Biden's abuse fantasy tour
Carey Roberts
June 1, 2011

What is it with Democratic vice-presidents who embrace radical schemes, and then do complete a U-turn on the truth in order to mislead and alarm the citizenry?  . . .

Awash in a sea of false allegations
Carey Roberts
May 27, 2011

Washington has been buzzing over the case of Sean Lanigan, a P.E. teacher in suburban Virginia who was accused of sexual molesting a 12-year-old girl. The jury . . .

Palin's 'fight like a girl' quip endorses female violence
Carey Roberts
April 22, 2011

Across America, teenage girls increasingly are resorting to physical assaults, dating violence, bullying, and sexual violence inflicted upon their fellow . . .

Inane in Spain: the gender agenda forges ahead
Carey Roberts
April 20, 2011

Ruben Noe holds the distinction of being the first male transsexual in Spain to become pregnant. Born Estefania, the woman began hormone treatments designed to . . .

Sarah Palin: from toast of the town to plain toast
Carey Roberts
April 18, 2011

With every passing week, the prospect of Sarah Palin's presidential bid grows dimmer...and Michelle Bachman's star shines ever brighter. Absent a major scandal, . . .

Abuse shelter exploits mentally-ill woman to push political agenda
Carey Roberts
April 10, 2011

I've reported over the years on the problems facing our nations' abuse shelters, including funding woes, over-worked staff, loosey-goosey procedures, and even . . .

Sarah Palin: America's sweetheart no more?
Carey Roberts
April 6, 2011

Sarah Palin's standing with the American public has undergone a stunning reversal of fortune, according to two recent polls. Just two and a half years ago, . . .

Going rogue at the Department of Justice
Carey Roberts
April 5, 2011

The last several months have seen a steady flow of embarrassing revelations from the U.S. Department of Justice. The very notion of justice is being . . .

AG Holder needs to retract false statements about domestic violence
Carey Roberts
April 4, 2011

In ringing prose, President Barack Obama underscored his March 9, 2009 Memorandum on Scientific Integrity with this promise: "Under my administration, the days . . .

AG Holder needs to retract false statements about domestic violence
Carey Roberts
March 24, 2011

In ringing prose, President Barack Obama underscored his March 9, 2009 Memorandum on Scientific Integrity with this promise: "Under my administration, the days . . .

DV fakers are shortchanging the true victims
Carey Roberts
March 23, 2011

We should all be concerned about the ongoing epidemic of intimate partner violence. But the March 9 edition of the cheeky Village Voice casts a spotlight on the . . .

The flipside of feminism: relief for the discombobulated woman
Carey Roberts
March 15, 2011

American women out-vote, out-spend, and out-live their male counterparts. They enjoy an unrivaled array of lifestyle options. But the fact remains, females . . .

The grizzly truth: identity politics and conservativism don't mix
Carey Roberts
March 3, 2011

Sarah Palin has emerged as the nation's foremost advocate of conservative ideals. By design, she has also become the most prominent purveyor of feminist . . .

Sarah Palin is a feminist
Carey Roberts
February 24, 2011

Sarah Palin regards herself a feminist, no doubting the fact. At a May 14, 2010 meeting of the Susan B. Anthony List, she declared herself a "feminist." And in . . .

Panthergate: the politicization of the Justice Department
Carey Roberts
February 17, 2011

Recent reports betray a growing culture of deception, arrogance, willful obstructionism, and selective enforcement of the law at the U.S. Department of Justice. . . .

Sarah Palin needs to rein in her harsh feminist rhetoric
Carey Roberts
February 15, 2011

I applaud Sarah Palin's passion, her adroit sense of humor, and her you-go-girl! gumption. But the more I learn about Sarah Palin, the more I become perplexed . . .

Women's empowerment programs hurt women
Carey Roberts
February 11, 2011

"The Office of the Senior Advisor to the Secretary of State for Women's Empowerment." No, that's not the clandestine front group from a Tom Clancy spy novel, . . .

Abuse industry paves the royal road to the welfare state
Carey Roberts
February 1, 2011

In a little-publicized move, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently approved a bill that creates a new multi-million dollar entitlement. Signed into . . .

Mind-game victim? This $63 million welfare federal program can help!
Carey Roberts
January 22, 2011

Sen. Patty Murray of Washington has never seen a government stocking-stuffer she couldn't learn to like. So when spiraling costs galvanized Congress to take on . . .

2010 Award for Political Incorrectness: Global warming lands in the deep freeze
Carey Roberts
January 3, 2011

During the waning days of December I often find myself desperate for comic relief from the hum-drum routines of life. In recent days I happened upon these . . .

Paradise lost: the bitter pill of global feminism
Carey Roberts
December 28, 2010

Most persons are aware of China's one-child policy. But few fully understand the indelible mark this human rights travesty has left on the soul of the Chinese . . .

Yippee, we're all abusers now!
Carey Roberts
December 9, 2010

Domestic violence has been plummeting in recent years. In 1976, the toll of men and women killed by their partners registered 2,944 deaths. Now it's half that . . .

Obama's domestic violence initiative: hope, hype, and hogwash
Carey Roberts
November 23, 2010

Desperate times call for desperate measures. So shortly before the November 2 elections, Barack Obama pulled out all the stops to woo the fading female . . .

Feminist Amy Siskind: Trojan Horse to the conservative cause?
Carey Roberts
November 12, 2010

Last Tuesday, 51% of the female electorate pulled the lever in favor of the GOP candidate to the U.S. House of Representatives. And for the first time in recent . . .

Men power conservatives to a landslide victory
Carey Roberts
November 9, 2010

Tuesday's election marked a stunning turn-around for the Republican Party, which gained 60 new seats in the House and an six additional seats in the Senate. As . . .

Stacy Bannerman's domestic violence hoax
Carey Roberts
October 27, 2010

Stacy Bannerman, well-known advocate for military families, recently published an article titled, "Husbands Who Bring the War Home:" http://www.thedailybeast . . .

2010 will be Year of the Man
Carey Roberts
October 14, 2010

"Granddad, why are all those football players wearing pink shoes?" That was the topic of conversation this past Monday evening as my 13-year-old grandson and I . . .

Domestic violence fairytales threaten constitutional protections
Carey Roberts
September 3, 2010

Kristin Ruggiero of New Hampshire figured it would be a slam-dunk. The gambit worked like a charm during the divorce hearing, now she would bring the case to . . .

Lesbian battering: the sisterhood turns on itself
Carey Roberts
August 30, 2010

A series of high-profile cases of lesbian-perpetrated domestic violence has sent shock-waves through Massachusetts communities in recent months: 1. On . . .

On matters of gender, the utter silliness of Elena Kagan
Carey Roberts
July 8, 2010

The grand impresario P.T. Barnum would be amazed by the grandstanding, the scripted theatrics, and dexterous maneuvers, in short the grand and gaudy spectacle . . .

Kill whitey and other leftist fantasies
Carey Roberts
June 30, 2010

The ever-feisty, always irrepressible Rev. Jeremiah Wright is back in the news. Yessiree, President Obama's long-time spiritual guru is once again regaling . . .

Hanna Rosin: This is what a feminist looks like
Carey Roberts
June 22, 2010

A couple years ago the National Organization for Women came up with a new PR campaign. The program duped unsuspecting college students into wearing a T-shirt . . .

2010 will (again) be the year of the white male voter
Carey Roberts
June 17, 2010

Everyone seems to be going ga-ga over last week's primary victories of three female candidates in California and South Carolina. I really don't understand all . . .

Andrea Mitchell, the other liberal media bigot
Carey Roberts
June 8, 2010

The preening liberal media loves to fancy itself an elite bunch, the epitome of correct thinking, good intention, and unassailable virtue. That comfortable . . .

Hungry for profits? Diversify into abuse shelters!
Carey Roberts
June 3, 2010

With the stock market tanking and the economy floundering, many are on the look-out for a lucrative yet safe investment vehicle. So why not consider what may be . . .

Violence Against Women Act: turning the unwary into political roadkill?
Carey Roberts
May 26, 2010

Question: What do lawmakers Arlen Specter, Alan Mollohan, Barbara Boxer, and Orrin Hatch have in common? Answer: They are all high-profile supporters of the . . .

Stripping away our rights, one constitutional guarantee at a time
Carey Roberts
May 20, 2010

Conservatives understand how the Leftist agenda threatens the prosperity, sovereignty, and fundamental values of our country. But how many realize the extent to . . .

Men lead the conservative surge to retake Congress
Carey Roberts
April 21, 2010

There's little doubt that November 2, 2010 will mark a historic realignment in American politics, as Democrats are predicted to endure painful losses in both . . .

Obama administration exports neo-Marxist ideology across the globe
Carey Roberts
April 8, 2010

It's no secret that President Barack Obama has set out to transform American society into a socialist nirvana — just witness how the automobile, banking, and . . .

White men stiffed by the Obama administration
Carey Roberts
April 1, 2010

Support for President Barack Obama has plummeted dramatically among white males. It's reached the point that not only is Democratic control of the Congress . . .

Latest threat to the Constitution: the domestic violence industry
Carey Roberts
March 26, 2010

The principles and precepts of the American Constitution are once again under attack, this time at the hand of groups that operate under the laudable façade of . . .

I-VAWA: liberal lies tempt women to embrace a radical agenda
Carey Roberts
March 19, 2010

The International Violence Against Women Act, recently introduced in Congress, is a bill that purports to curb partner violence around the world. Who could ever . . .

I-VAWA: set-back for women?
Carey Roberts
March 10, 2010

The International Violence Against Women Act — I-VAWA for short — has recently been introduced in Congress. Certainly we all wish to see an end to domestic . . .

Women need to speak out on feminism and the hateful ideology it represents
Carey Roberts
March 4, 2010

March is Women's History Month. Time to prepare ourselves for the annual Sista-fest of narcissistic victim-mongering, gleeful male-bashing, and shameless . . .

Better get that Louisville Slugger, Mrs. Reid
Carey Roberts
March 1, 2010

Fresh from the news that Sen. Reid once marveled that President Obama had "no Negro dialect," the senate majority leader has now taken to slamming half the . . .

Abusegate: teaching women to falsely accuse
Carey Roberts
February 16, 2010

"Oh, I just got raped." With those five words, Danmell Ndonye turned the lives of four innocent men into a living nightmare. For several days last September, . . .

Feminists are a bunch of irrational ninnies
Carey Roberts
February 9, 2010

I've been waiting all day to unload this, so sit down and get ready for a good belly-laugh... Remember Susan Estrich? She was Michael Dukakis' campaign . . .

$3.8 trillion? Shame on you, Mr. President
Carey Roberts
February 2, 2010

Barack Obama, it's time for a reality check. Sure, I believe in hope and change and all that stuff. But I don't believe in saddling my grandchildren with back . . .

In Maine, it doesn't pay to be a man
Carey Roberts
February 1, 2010

Practically everyone in town knows Amy Dugas is a serial batterer. But the Maine criminal justice system keeps finding ways to keep her from facing the music.  . . .

Climate greenshirts: the rise of eco-fascism
Carey Roberts
January 27, 2010

I like liberals. In fact I count liberals among my best friends. But when they get peeved, liberals can say the darndest things! I'm not bothered by the . . .

Prosecution of innocent man seals Martha Coakley's defeat
Carey Roberts
January 20, 2010

Following a breath-taking electoral surge, Scott Brown took the seat formerly held by liberal patron saint Ted Kennedy, handily defeating Democrat Martha . . .

Abusegate: mother of all scandals?
Carey Roberts
January 19, 2010

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what's the most colossal scandal of them all? Watergate? Climategate? Tigergate? If you said 'yes' to any of these, you're not even . . .

Jail time for French women who berate husbands
Carey Roberts
January 14, 2010

Record cold temperatures are beginning to take their toll on average citizens around the world. In bone-chilled France, frustrated housewives have taken to . . .

Millions pray for global warming as cold spell grips the planet
Carey Roberts
January 7, 2010

For global warming protesters, the week was a total downer. A University of Utah "scream-in" for the failed Copenhagen climate conference had to be iced, . . .

Abuse shelters: havens for feminist thought reform
Carey Roberts
January 4, 2010

Feminists will argue until they're blue in the face that women are victims of the Great Satanic Patriarchy. That tenet is laughable when one considers women are . . .

2009 Award for Political Incorrectness: calling out the liberal lies
Carey Roberts
December 29, 2009

Climategate is not just a story of some fringe scientists who conspired to hoodwink the public and expand the reach of the government. Rather, the real scandal . . .

Climate conference meltdown as Obama returns to Washington winter wonderland
Carey Roberts
December 22, 2009

Following two weeks of intense negotiations, the Copenhagen global warming conference has now ended. By all accounts it was a bust. Warding off fatigue, snow, . . .

Sun spots on Nancy's brain?
Carey Roberts
December 18, 2009

For sheer entertainment value, nothing beats a United Nations global warming conference, especially if you were one of millions of Americans holed up in sub . . .

Abuse bill betrays victims, subsidizes a radical agenda
Carey Roberts
December 15, 2009

Two years ago Millie Almore was admitted to the SafeSpace shelter in Stuart, Florida. Ten days later the 26-year-old woman lay dead, stabbed in the neck by . . .

Climategate, Mediagate, and Abusegate
Carey Roberts
December 7, 2009

Attention Global Warming Skeptics: There's no need to work ourselves into a dither over Climategate, the risible global caper designed to make us believe the . . .

Justice official gives thanks for bias and bigotry
Carey Roberts
November 30, 2009

Last week we were jolted with the news that the global warming crisis is a hoax, an ideologically-driven scam based on data that have been routinely doctored, . . .

Abuse shelter watchdogs: See no evil, speak no evil
Carey Roberts
November 22, 2009

Domestic violence shelters are rife with mismanagement and fraud. They push a radical gender ideology on the unsuspecting, discriminate against male victims, . . .

The exploitation of the mentally ill by abuse shelters
Carey Roberts
November 18, 2009

In the former Soviet Union, dissidents who saw fit to challenge the prevailing socialist ideology were deemed to be certifiable nut cases. These men were packed . . .

Abuse industry teaches women to fear men, teaches men to fear women
Carey Roberts
November 9, 2009

Recently I attended a domestic violence conference hosted by a church in my community. "The Church's Role in Addressing Domestic Violence in the Faith Community . . .

Well-heeled abuse shelter implicated in NYC housing scam
Carey Roberts
October 22, 2009

It was another shocking case of domestic violence: Chevelle Richardson and daughter Chandera were both hapless victims at the hands of their abusers. Shanelle . . .

Judge KOs shelter kickback scheme
Carey Roberts
October 12, 2009

Every time we turn around, it seems, we hear of an abuse shelter being accused of discrimination, fraud, or other head-shaking irregularities. And now a judge . . .

Partner abuse industry flirts with a hateful agenda
Carey Roberts
September 30, 2009

Many persons think of women's libbers as a bunch of over-zealous but basically well-intentioned souls. That's what I used to believe. But last week news of two . . .

ACORN falls from the tree, will abuse shelters come next?
Carey Roberts
September 21, 2009

ACORN, the liberal activist group, was stripped of its funding by the House of Representatives Thursday following release of undercover videos showing lurid and . . .

Culling out the population, the enlightened liberal way
Carey Roberts
September 15, 2009

Progressives exist in a state of constant angst, agonizing over snail darters, incandescent light bulbs, and of course global warming. But the issue that drives . . .

Rep. Joe Wilson calls out the liberal lies
Carey Roberts
September 10, 2009

Rep. Joe Wilson of South Carolina infuriated millions of smug liberals Wednesday night when he yelled out during President Obama's congressional speech, "You . . .

Turning the state against law-abiding citizens
Carey Roberts
September 9, 2009

In every fascistic society the government eventually resorts to the vilification of its own citizenry — that's the schoolboy lesson from 20th century Italy, . . .

USA Today rejoices in man-cession, hails rise of gender equality
Carey Roberts
September 4, 2009

USA Today published a lead article Thursday that is one of those now-I-understand-what-socialism-is-all-about articles. The essay's pretzel logic is so . . .

Margaret Sanger: birth control pioneer and feminist-fascist
Carey Roberts
September 1, 2009

Shell-shocked liberals have taken to dubbing conservatives as "Ku Klux Klan folks" and "neo-fascists" toting swastikas to town hall meetings. But ironically, . . .

How to argue with a (guilty) liberal
Carey Roberts
August 27, 2009

Like a demanding and ill-mannered child, liberals are used to getting their way. Whenever they lapse into the losing side of an argument, they reflexively . . .

Hope House shelter denies woman the help she 'desperately needed'
Carey Roberts
August 24, 2009

Two years ago a newspaper account alleged Hope House, a domestic violence shelter located in Charleston, West Virginia, had admitted an abusive woman to its . . .

Does feminism portend the rise of a new master race?
Carey Roberts
August 18, 2009

Were you taken back by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg's recent admission that Roe v. Wade was decided because persons were worried about "populations that . . .

Feminists endowed with a superiority complex
Carey Roberts
August 11, 2009

Taking the oath to "do equal right to the poor and to the rich," Sonia Sotomayor was finally sworn in as the first Latina on the U.S. Supreme Court. No sooner . . .

NYT decrees, women 'better managers' than men
Carey Roberts
August 3, 2009

In a reprise of Sonia Sotomayor's "wise Latina" comments, the New York Times has settled the age-old debate about who makes better office managers. "No Doubts: . . .

Cover-up: no cause for worry at Florida abuse shelters
Carey Roberts
July 29, 2009

The nation's abuse shelters are bedeviled by an epidemic of violence, illicit drug use, shoddy financial procedures, ill-trained staff, and more. Last year I . . .

Obama's betrayal of the working-class male
Carey Roberts
July 23, 2009

It's no secret that men have been hit hard by the recession. From November 2007 to November 2008, the U.S. economy lost over 2 million jobs — 82% of those . . .

The McNair affair: Don't call it 'domestic violence'
Carey Roberts
July 14, 2009

Am I the only one who is disturbed by the double-standard that permeates the media coverage of Steve McNair's shooting death? On July 4 the former NFL star . . .

$4 billion abuse industry rooted in deceptions and lies
Carey Roberts
July 1, 2009

Erin Pizzey is a genial woman with snow-white hair, cherubic cheeks, and an easy smile. It wasn't always that way. The daughter of an English diplomat, she . . .

The Supreme Court nominee who can't write
Carey Roberts
June 24, 2009

Supreme Court opinions are words for the generations that can affect the lives and welfare of millions. No one doubts that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor . . .

Please, no neckties for Father's Day!
Carey Roberts
June 18, 2009

Can you imagine a Mother's Day ad urging the purchase of a vacuum cleaner for Workaholic Moms? Or a greeting card that depicts mom grinning contentedly over a . . .

Alice-in-Wonderland justice at the DoJ
Carey Roberts
June 15, 2009

"Sentence first, verdict afterwards!" Remember that memorable line from Lewis Carroll's classic, Through the Looking Glass? And if we take a recent Department . . .

Feminism the greatest evil: the repudiation of life
Carey Roberts
June 11, 2009

In the minds of many, evil is epitomized by Nazi Germany. An embittered Austrian corporal, a racist ideology, and an amoral eugenics movement all came together . . .

Sexism rife within the Democratic Party
Carey Roberts
June 2, 2009

"I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach better conclusion than a white male who hasn't lived . . .

Sonia Sotomayor: supreme misandrist?
Carey Roberts
May 28, 2009

Does this remark make you want to head for the hills? "I would hope that a wise Caucasian man with the richness of his experiences would more often than not . . .

SAFE Act: abuse industry batters the truth
Carey Roberts
May 15, 2009

There is a group of activists among us who have found the perfect way to advance their statist, anti-family agenda. They ply their issue by relying on a devious . . .

Shattering rampant abuse myths
Carey Roberts
May 12, 2009

Imagine a world where ideology takes the place of truth and laws are rooted in dubious factoids from nowhere. That pretty much sums up the fact-challenged, . . .

White House Council on Men and Boys: the right thing to do
Carey Roberts
May 1, 2009

One of the greatest failings of the Great Society programs of the 1960s was the devastating blow they dealt to low-income African-American families. And it's no . . .

Liberals indifferent to the AIDS time-bomb
Carey Roberts
April 20, 2009

I'm writing this column because I'm appalled how liberals remain impervious to the fact that our current strategy to controlling AIDS has proven to be a . . .

Abuse excuse: how liberalism keeps women in their place
Carey Roberts
April 14, 2009

Liberals have become the unapologetic predators of women, gleefully playing on their fears and psychological vulnerabilities, all in the name of curbing . . .

Voices from the grave, betrayed by a restraining order
Carey Roberts
April 6, 2009

Debi Olson had three restraining orders taken out against her. But that didn't stop the woman from ambushing ex-husband Mauricio Droguett in an Iowa shopping . . .

Liberals, want to hoodwink a conservative? Here's how...
Carey Roberts
March 31, 2009

Good morning fellow progressives, social revolutionaries, and Weathermen wannabees. In today's class I'll explain how to bewilder the conservatives, stymie . . .

Wailing women of NOW descend on the Emerald City of O
Carey Roberts
March 27, 2009

The scene is reminiscent of the Wizard of Oz scene when hordes of winged monkeys are poised on the castle parapet, ready to snatch up Dorothy and her three . . .

Obama women's council tells its first lie
Carey Roberts
March 22, 2009

The Maidens of Mendacity are at it again, only this time they're speaking from the bully pulpit that President Obama himself established. A couple weeks ago . . .

Obama's first cover-up: the gender wage gap myth
Carey Roberts
March 12, 2009

Liberals never tire of convincing persons to believe they are victims in dire need of a government hand-out. But this time it's a case of outright mendacity . . .

March Madness: the Obamas celebrate Women's History Month
Carey Roberts
March 8, 2009

This is Women's History Month. So put down the party favors for a moment as I recount how the First Family is celebrating this festive occasion, an event that . . .

Bethany House of Virginia, an abuse shelter out of control
Carey Roberts
March 3, 2009

Bethany House of Northern Virginia is an abuse shelter that provides "warmth and shelter" to persons suffering from domestic violence — at least that's what the . . .

VAWA subsidizes Green Card scams
Carey Roberts
February 24, 2009

The Violence Against Women Act underwrites Green Card lottery schemes, lures foreign women into prostitution, and tars innocent American men as abusers — all at . . .

What if uber-women ran the show?
Carey Roberts
February 18, 2009

Last Thursday Good Morning America host Robin Roberts ran a piece titled, Should Women be in Charge? Remarking on the Congressional hearings of three-piece . . .

Looking to make good money? Why not abuse shelters!
Carey Roberts
February 17, 2009

In hard economic times, you have to be on the constant look-out for lucrative opportunities. So have you checked into the domestic violence industry? This $4 . . .

New abuse bill will have employers paying through the nose
Carey Roberts
February 9, 2009

Representatives Lucille Roybal-Allard of California and Ted Poe of Texas have recently introduced their own version of the economic stimulus plan. The money . . .

Ladies, want job security? Just scream 'abuse!'
Carey Roberts
February 4, 2009

As lawmakers tediously debate the economic stimulus plan, Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard of California is pushing for change that we can really believe in. It's . . .

Florida abuse shelter scandal
Carey Roberts
January 28, 2009

"It was really terrible what I went through." These were the first words that Yvonne Scott blurted out, even though the incident happened more than five years . . .

Drum roll! The winner of the 2008 Award for Political Incorrectness is...
Carey Roberts
December 30, 2008

It's that time of the year — Christmas carols, shiny-wrapped presents, surprise visits by long-lost in-laws. And of course, our announcement of the annual Award . . .

Hillary Clinton, feminist-at-large
Carey Roberts
December 16, 2008

Remember Whack-a-Mole? The theme park game that features insouciant plastic rodents popping out of the hole — Whack! Here comes another one — WHACK! That's . . .

Domestic violence industry: criminal
Carey Roberts
December 7, 2008

The domestic violence industry has a habit of attracting unsavory characters into its ranks. And now three former operatives are doing hard time. Take . . .

Domestic violence industry: hateful
Carey Roberts
December 1, 2008

Dogged by weeks of protest, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit finally took down the controversial advertisements from its buses this past weekend. Purchased by a . . .

Domestic violence industry: racist
Carey Roberts
November 24, 2008

The Family Place, an abuse shelter in Dallas, recently placed race-baiting advertisements on local buses. The ads depict a smiling African-American girl crowned . . .

Shield Foundation shelter shakedown
Carey Roberts
November 17, 2008

Bob Hartzog of Glendale, Ariz. was roused out of his slumber by a ringing phone. It was the cops. According to the policeman, Hartzog's wife Valentina charged . . .

Another Way shelter, where the inmates are running the asylum
Carey Roberts
October 9, 2008

If a friend of yours was in desperate straights and had to seek refuge in an abuse shelter, wouldn't you want that person to be able to go to a place with staff . . .

Few women in abuse shelters are true victims of violence
Carey Roberts
October 2, 2008

Lachrymose tales of battered women abound when representatives of abuse shelters come calling, hat in hand, for taxpayer money. But what is the truth of the . . .

Which Joe Biden will show up for the debate?
Carey Roberts
September 30, 2008

Say what you want about Senator Joe Biden. But there's no denying the fact he's one of the more entertaining politicos in town. Looking for a guy who blurts . . .

Key to presidential win? White males
Carey Roberts
September 25, 2008

Every two years the Old Media engages in its now-familiar mating ritual with the liberal electorate. Acting on cue, reporters and columnists dust off their . . .

SafeNet shelter director ordered to stay away from kids
Carey Roberts
September 23, 2008

What happens when an abuse shelter engages in conduct that is so unethical and bizarre that the public almost can't believe the magnitude of the travesty? Read . . .

Good ol' girls network passes on shelter probe
Carey Roberts
September 15, 2008

Subsidized by millions in taxpayer largesse, domestic violence coalitions operate in every state in the Union. While most groups have annual budgets in the $1- . . .

Women avoid abuse shelters like the plague
Carey Roberts
September 9, 2008

Christina Wilson was caught in an abusive relationship, so last November she took refuge at the Cherokee Family Violence Center in Canton, Ga. She hoped the 12 . . .

Nancy Pelosi: misandry a-go-go
Carey Roberts
September 5, 2008

As House Republicans stayed behind in Washington DC to debate solutions to the nation's energy crisis, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was out on the TV circuit last . . .

The sexual exploitation of women in abuse shelters
Carey Roberts
September 2, 2008

Few persons know how women's abuse shelters first got started. Four years ago, lesbian activist Bonnie Tinker made this stunning admission in The Oregonian:  . . .

Senator Biden's VAWA cover-up
Carey Roberts
August 26, 2008

Amidst the hoopla surrounding Sen. Joseph Biden's ascendancy to the right hand of Barack Obama, something was curiously missing. Over the last 15 years, Biden . . .

How abuse shelters teach women to game the system
Carey Roberts
August 24, 2008

Mary Runge of Palm Bay, Fla. found herself without a job and her savings depleted. So last month the single mom went knocking on the doors of local charities . . .

No room for men at the abuse shelter, but Fido can tag along
Carey Roberts
August 17, 2008

Some persons find it incomprehensible that a woman would maim or murder her husband or boyfriend. That thought may have crossed the minds of the persons who . . .

Who killed Millie Almore at the SafeSpace shelter?
Carey Roberts
August 10, 2008

On October 21, 2007 Milaus Almore, eight weeks pregnant, sought refuge at the SafeSpace abuse shelter. Ten days later the 26-year-old woman lay dead, stabbed . . .

Boss Tweed Pelosi shuts off the lights on the energy debate
Carey Roberts
August 5, 2008

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's finest moment was the day she was elected as Speaker of the House. That's when she curled her fist and flexed her right bicep, he . . .

At abuse shelters, girls just wanna have fun!
Carey Roberts
August 3, 2008

Hey girls, want to get skanky? Well, sashay down to your local abuse shelter and get buzzed! No, you don't have to be a real victim of domestic violence. All . . .

The ABA goes over to the dark side
Carey Roberts
July 29, 2008

The domestic violence industry is one of the most corrupt and unaccountable enterprises in modern-day America. Every year it sucks over $1 billion from the . . .

Another Way shelter headed for a meltdown?
Carey Roberts
July 28, 2008

Last week my column revealed the all-too-common mistreatment of children in abuse shelters around the country. The article highlighted two incidents involving a . . .

Moms, don't take your kids to an abuse shelter
Carey Roberts
July 22, 2008

Abuse shelters are the domestic violence industry's Holy of Holies. Their ministrations are shrouded in mystery, the High Priestesses unnamed, their locations . . .

No place for blind woman at Womencare
Carey Roberts
July 15, 2008

All Desiree Carpenter wanted was a chance to succeed. As a young woman Ms. Carpenter (not her real name) had been subjected to repeated physical and sexual . . .

Abuse shelter head turns to violence and abuse
Carey Roberts
July 8, 2008

The domestic violence industry operates under the cloak of secrecy and anonymity, maintaining such policies are necessary to shield victims from their abusers. . . .

Abortionists' latest ruse: claim to be against DV
Carey Roberts
July 1, 2008

Protectors of the innocent unborn need to prepare for the impending assault on the right to life, this time waged under the banner of stopping "domestic . . .

Michelle Obama, First Lady wannabe
Carey Roberts
June 26, 2008

Does Michelle Obama remind you more of Teresa Heinz Kerry or former First Lady Hillary Clinton? Read on and decide for yourself. As we recall, First Lady . . .

The white male vote swung the Democratic race
Carey Roberts
June 24, 2008

The 16-month Hillary-palooza has finally gone bust. Her website bravely instructs us to "Support Senator Obama Today." Mrs. Clinton's staff has been pared down . . .

Sex, lies, and datatapes of the partner abuse industry
Carey Roberts
June 18, 2008

The domestic violence industry is reeling from a recent series of high-profile scandals, leaving abuse workers to wonder how things could have possibly gone so . . .

Father knows best
Carey Roberts
June 10, 2008

Father Knows Best was one of the most widely-viewed and long-running TV shows of the 1950s. True, the program played to a romanticized image of middle-class . . .

Did the S-word doom Hillary's nomination bid?
Carey Roberts
June 5, 2008

Like an over-hyped TV reality series that finally came to an end, Hillary has conceded the Democratic nomination race to Barack Obama. This past Saturday the . . .

Embittered Hillary screams sexism
Carey Roberts
May 28, 2008

I'm getting a little tired of the Women's Libbers who play the sexism card as a cover for ineptitude and arrogance. "It does seem as though the press at least . . .

Bigotry and contempt at taxpayer expense
Carey Roberts
May 21, 2008

Once upon a time, feminism stood for fairness, equality, and possibility. But feminism traces its roots back to Karl Marx, George Engels, and Vladimir Lenin. . . .

McCain lampoons the gender wage gap myth
Carey Roberts
May 15, 2008

Ready for a morning chuckle to jump-start your day? Pay a visit to Hillary Clinton's website that claims with a straight face, "Women still earn significantly . . .

Obama hitches his wagon to the radical feminist agenda
Carey Roberts
May 6, 2008

Barack Obama has a habit of hanging out with flamethrowers who espouse radical causes. There's Obama's long-time associate, former Weatherman William Ayers, who . . .

Hillary unleashes her inner macho
Carey Roberts
April 29, 2008

Belatedly, the Clinton campaign has come to realize that white men represent the critical swing vote of the 2008 primaries. When Hillary captured the white male . . .

Now we know, marriage is cost-effective
Carey Roberts
April 24, 2008

It's long been known that family break-up inflicts massive social costs on communities and children. But what about the burden it imposes on the American . . .

Liberal hate speech may doom Dems' election hopes
Carey Roberts
April 17, 2008

First it was Rev. Jeremiah Wright's expletive-laced sermons and anti-Semitic rants that plunged the Obama campaign into full damage-repair mode. Then Barack . . .

The sad spectacle of Dee Dee Myers
Carey Roberts
April 10, 2008

Dee Dee Myers has just come out with her amusing tale, Why Women Should Rule the World. You may recall Mrs. Myers was the first female White House press . . .

Do female politicians represent an 'ethical and pure' force?
Carey Roberts
April 3, 2008

Hillary Clinton has famously claimed that "Research shows the presence of women raises the standards of ethical behavior and lowers corruption." Ironically it's . . .

The intellectual perversion of the VAWA Mafia
Carey Roberts
March 24, 2008

When professor Suzanne Steinmetz published the results of her survey on domestic violence, no one had prepared her for the firestorm that would ensue. You see, . . .

Obama or Clinton? White men will decide
Carey Roberts
March 13, 2008

As Barack Obama relishes his recent primary victories in Wyoming and Mississippi, let's probe the dynamics of race and gender in this increasingly-bitter . . .

Harsh domestic violence laws recall Jim Crow abuses
Carey Roberts
March 10, 2008

Misty Ospina was dropping off her eight-month-old child at Richard Gibson's apartment when the two fell into an argument. Suddenly Ospina, jealous over Gibson's . . .

Hillary's scheme to revamp the traditional family
Carey Roberts
March 6, 2008

Hillary Clinton's personal life has long made a mockery of traditional family values — her betrothal to a serial womanizer, the refusal to have a traditional . . .

HRC: 'Shame on you, Barack Obama'
Carey Roberts
February 27, 2008

Every time her campaign hit a rough spot, Hillary Clinton has artfully played the role of defender of the downtrodden or misty-eyed damsel-in-distress. But the . . .

My wife became legal and I became illegal
Carey Roberts
February 22, 2008

Each year the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and similar federal laws funnel $1 billion to help abused and battered women — or so we are led to believe. A . . .

White men give Hillary a lesson in realpolitick
Carey Roberts
February 14, 2008

Oh, what a difference a year makes. When Hillary Clinton made her "I'm in to win" announcement on January 20, 2007, her path to the Democratic nomination looked . . .

Gutless Heart Association tells lies that harm women
Carey Roberts
February 6, 2008

Each year 1.1 million American women are admitted to a nursing home where they will be medicated, monitored, and left with a $56,000 tab. Half of these women . . .

American Heart Association plays a cruel trick on women
Carey Roberts
January 29, 2008

Ladies, when was the last time you visited a nursing home? Did you wonder why nearly all the residents were women? The reason is simple — men meet their maker 5 . . .

HRC: 'No woman is illegal'
Carey Roberts
January 17, 2008

Hillary Clinton has come up with a brilliant solution to the problem of millions of illegals flooding our countryside. Ready for this? Simply declare them legal . . .

Is Hillary Clinton a closet sexist?
Carey Roberts
January 15, 2008

Last week Hillary Clinton overcame a double-digit deficit in the New Hampshire primary to surprise opponent Barack Obama. How did she manage to pull off the . . .

Hillary Clinton's messiah complex
Carey Roberts
January 8, 2008

It's no secret that Hillary Clinton views herself as a member of the God Squad, divinely anointed to shepherd the masses to greater gender consciousness.  . . .

How did Hillary fall into the feminist fold?
Carey Roberts
January 2, 2008

As her once insurmountable lead slips away, Hillary Clinton is desperately trying to turn things around by portraying herself as the most experienced, likeable, . . .

Winners of the Coveted 2007 Award for Political Incorrectness
Carey Roberts
December 27, 2007

The Duke lacrosse case represents an enduring failure of the American mainstream media. Not only did the New York Times, CNN, USA Today, and other outlets . . .

Hillary's pity-pot politics
Carey Roberts
December 20, 2007

When Mallard Fillmore quacks, I listen. Recently Mr. Fillmore saw fit to expound on a certain female presidential candidate. This is what he had to say: Abby . . .

Hillary Clinton, cultural Marxist
Carey Roberts
December 12, 2007

When Hillary Rodham arrived at Yale Law School in the fall of 1969, the long-awaited Revolution seemed to be at hand. Students declared a "liberated zone" on . . .

Hillary Rodham, the making of a social radical
Carey Roberts
December 10, 2007

Most know that Hillary Rodham Clinton's politics veer to the outer fringes of the radical left. But how many understand the reasons for her conversion from . . .

Dems ignore white men at their peril
Carey Roberts
December 6, 2007

Representing 38% of all voters, white men represent the second largest block in the American electorate, after white females. It is these 97 million white males . . .

The sheer arrogance of that woman
Carey Roberts
November 29, 2007

Usually Hillary Clinton keeps her dagger stare under wraps. But the past Monday CBS News anchor Katie Couric talked to Hillary Clinton about the tightening race . . .

The disgrace of CNN's Nancy Grace
Carey Roberts
November 27, 2007

At the recent Democratic debate in Las Vegas, CNN's Wolf Blitzer lobbed softball questions at Hillary Clinton. Then he allowed the audience to boo Hillary's . . .

Massive human rights abuses in the name of stopping abuse
Carey Roberts
November 19, 2007

Remember Colleen Nester? She was the forlorn New Mexico woman who claimed she was being harassed by TV talk show host David Letterman, who was allegedly beaming . . .

Until Proven Innocent: Cultural Marxism at Duke
Carey Roberts
November 14, 2007

How did a drug-addled stripper succeed in smearing the reputations of three Duke lacrosse players, dividing a community along racial lines, and making a mockery . . .

Hillary flips over her debate flop
Carey Roberts
November 5, 2007

What are we to make of a presidential candidate who portrays herself as strong and independent, a courageous exemplar to the members of her gender — but at the . . .

Bad-girl culture goes chic
Carey Roberts
October 28, 2007

Halloween is around the corner and honestly, girls, that rhinestone-studded "I love Rosie O'Donnell" T-shirt should just stay in the closet. Plus this year, . . .

Ready for the next wave of sex abuse hysteria?
Carey Roberts
October 25, 2007

In 1994 a Child Protective Services official instructed his employees to dig up child sex abuse cases to justify the agency's budget. Before long 43 parents and . . .

Hidden agendas in the global AIDS campaign
Carey Roberts
October 15, 2007

Over the last 25 years, scientists have sampled a smorgasbord of strategies to halt the spread of AIDS: anti-retroviral drugs, vaccines, HIV testing, and so . . .

Women who batter, proudly
Carey Roberts
October 4, 2007

Chivalrous men resist the image, but it's a problem that has become so pervasive that we must summon up the courage to face it — an epidemic of women who pummel . . .

IMBRA: Anatomy of a feminist hoax
Carey Roberts
September 26, 2007

Want a textbook example how the Left manufactures a crisis, passes a law that rolls back Constitutional protections, snookers card-carrying conservatives, and . . .

VAWA gives more rights to illegals than citizens
Carey Roberts
September 18, 2007

Attention, ladies of the world: The U.S. Congress has now granted you the Keys to Kingdom that will unlock the door to U.S. citizenship, a good-paying job, and . . .

How female illegals abuse the system
Carey Roberts
September 12, 2007

Every year thousands of Americans are victimized by a swindle known as the "immigrant abuse scam." What's amazing is this shake-down is paid for by the U.S. . . .

Love song to the son I never knew
Carey Roberts
September 3, 2007

Last month my column highlighted the often-neglected voices of fathers in the abortion debate. [] . . .

Time to scale back the pedestal?
Carey Roberts
August 29, 2007

Has the pedestal has gone the way of the bustle, the bobbie sock, and the beehive hairdo? It's a question that liberals instantly dismiss — after all, we're . . .

Resolution 590: Why is Congress ignoring the needs of abusive women?
Carey Roberts
August 21, 2007

Mary Winkler of Selmer, Tennessee, was set free last week. Winkler had admitted to gunning down her husband, the popular town preacher, in March 2006 while he . . .

Newark triple-murder reveals need for fathers
Carey Roberts
August 14, 2007

"Enough is enough," thundered Newark mayor Cory Booker at Saturday's funeral of Dashon Harvey. The weekend before Dashon, age 20, and two of his friends had . . .

Fathers, the third victim of the abortion industry
Carey Roberts
August 6, 2007

Why are men reflexively treated as the fall-guy in the abortion debate? Recently National Review Online convened a group to opine what would happen in a post . . .

Misandry in the least likely of places
Carey Roberts
July 31, 2007

Dial up your local Country and Western station and you may soon find your fingers tapping out the beat of Carrie Underwood's latest hit, Before He Cheats. . . .

Rarer than rabies: The legacy of Michael Nifong
Carey Roberts
July 25, 2007

Soon after prosecutor Michael Nifong was disbarred by the North Carolina Bar Association, the National District Attorneys Association issued its take on the . . .

Katie soon to get the ax
Carey Roberts
July 17, 2007

Two years ago CBS News anchor Dan Rather used falsified documents in his ill-fated Texas National Guard story. For that miscue they ran him out of Dodge and . . .

The Deadliest Catch: a tale of exceptional men
Carey Roberts
July 10, 2007

A mayday alarm pierced the metallic walls of the Coast Guard outpost on Kodiak Island. The Ocean Challenger, stranded 90 miles off the Alaska Peninsula, was . . .

Equal pay for equal work at Wimbledon?
Carey Roberts
June 27, 2007

We have it on the authority of Hillary Clinton that women playing at the Wimbledon tournament will finally receive their due this year: "Wimbledon agreed to pay . . .

The disgrace of the Duke 88
Carey Roberts
June 25, 2007

The three lacrosse players have been declared innocent, Duke University has agreed to a multi-million dollar settlement, and Michael Nifong's law license has . . .

Communism in a pink pantsuit
Carey Roberts
June 19, 2007

Inspired by the paper maché figure that protesters paraded about Tiananmen Square in 1989, the 10-foot bronze statue is modest by any standard. These words are . . .

A brave dad battles parental alienation
Carey Roberts
June 13, 2007

The elemental bond that links fathers with their children is the subject of ancient poetry, biblical legend, and even diplomatic stand-offs. Remember Homer's . . .

Women above the law?
Carey Roberts
June 10, 2007

Rev. Al Sharpton and I seldom see eye-to-eye on the issues, but this time he was right on the money. Following heiress Paris Hilton's release from jail, . . .

Lots of lucre in false claims of abuse
Carey Roberts
June 6, 2007

This is a tale of four women who made phony allegations of abuse. All the accused men had to pay dearly to clear their good names. And all four women got away . . .

Matriarchs, pop tarts, and unparented children
Carey Roberts
May 30, 2007

By my reckoning, the United States officially became a matriarchy on January 20, 1993. That's the day Hillary Clinton moved into the West Wing. Soon she . . .

Gender-baiting scorecard
Carey Roberts
May 23, 2007

Have you noticed how often politicos are playing the gender card these days? The upswing can be traced back to January — that's when Nancy Pelosi was confirmed . . .

Pelosi proclaims women as "peacekeepers of our societies"
Carey Roberts
May 15, 2007

I once assumed that Mother's Day would be immune from the intrusions and calculations of partisan politics. But no longer. This past week House speaker Nancy . . .

Men aren't couch potatoes, after all
Carey Roberts
May 9, 2007

Over the years I've earned a tidy sum debunking the assorted gender myths that are regularly floated by the media. (Well, maybe I exaggerate about the tidy sum, . . .

AAUW's fuzzy math an insult to working women
Carey Roberts
May 1, 2007

Equal Pay Day has become one of our annual rites of Spring. And once again Hillary and her gal-pals were out in force, trying to convince us that women are . . .

VAWA casts a long shadow over the Duke fiasco
Carey Roberts
April 26, 2007

Was prosecutor Michael Nifong simply an over-rated ambulance chaser who rose to his level of incompetence? Was he a scheming opportunist who needed to boost his . . .

Lynch mob fever at Duke University
Carey Roberts
April 18, 2007

"Outrageous" is the word that comes to mind that describes what happened to the Duke Three, accused of gang-raping Crystal Gail Mangum during the early morning . . .

Nancy Pelosi's power trip
Carey Roberts
April 10, 2007

One of feminists' favorite slogans goes like this: "Well-behaved women seldom make history." If you consider a House speaker who meets with a terrorist thug to . . .

Does Hillary Clinton pass the kitchen test?
Carey Roberts
April 8, 2007

Just because she has assembled a well-oiled political machine and holds a commanding lead over the rest of the pack doesn't mean Hillary Clinton should go out . . .

More ERA malarkey
Carey Roberts
April 3, 2007

Last Tuesday Democratic Senators Edward Kennedy and Barbara Boxer resurrected the long-forgotten Equal Rights Amendment and then anointed it with a new name: . . .

Hillary's bitter pill: women can't stand her
Carey Roberts
March 28, 2007

Hillary Clinton's polling numbers are tumbling, but the real shocker is how poorly she is faring with the female electorate. According to the recent Rasmussen . . .

Mostly in denial about the fem-fascists
Carey Roberts
March 26, 2007

I first offer an apology to my readers who may be put off by the tone of this week's column. But as I explain below, I have reached the conclusion that modern . . .

Hillary headed for a Britney-style meltdown?
Carey Roberts
March 19, 2007

A few weeks ago Hillary Rodham Clinton surprised a San Francisco audience with the announcement, "I'm not running as a woman candidate." But then HRC had a . . .

Woozles in the name of protecting women?
Carey Roberts
March 12, 2007

The Gender Warriors have discovered the perfect wedge issue, one that carries raw, visceral appeal with liberals and conservatives alike, and to a large swath . . .

Feminist eugenics
Carey Roberts
March 6, 2007

Nearly a century ago a young Austrian corporal became inspired by the vision of creating a Master Race. Once he declared himself the Führer, Adolf Hitler set . . .

Foul emanations from the U.N.
Carey Roberts
February 28, 2007

Wondering about all the backpack-toting, hairy-legged women ambling around New York City this week? They're the delegates to the United Nations Commission on . . .

The rehabilitation of astronaut Lisa Nowak
Carey Roberts
February 20, 2007

It was one of those stories that not even a Hollywood scriptwriter could dream up: A NASA astronaut stows a steel mallet, 4-inch knife, rubber tubing, gloves, . . .

Are female politicians other-centered?
Carey Roberts
February 14, 2007

A few years ago Marie Wilson, director of the White House Project, made the remarkable claim that female politicians lead "from an other-centered perspective," . . .

CEDAW and I-VAWA: Double-trouble for families
Carey Roberts
February 5, 2007

Senator Joe Biden kicked off his improbable run for the White House with the pronouncement that Illinois senator Barack Obama was sufficiently "clean" to serve . . .

Hillary's gender war
Carey Roberts
February 1, 2007

The greatest controversy during the upcoming political campaign will not be Republican vs. Democrat or conservative against liberal. Rather, the most riveting . . .

Twilight Zone politics at the UN
Carey Roberts
January 30, 2007

What happens when half-truths and outright dishonesty come to dominate the thinking of an entire organization? This is my observation of the current state of . . .

Sen. Biden in denial about female violence
Carey Roberts
January 23, 2007

Senator Joe Biden is planning to propose a new bill called "International-VAWA," a law modeled on his earlier Violence Against Women Act. The bill is designed . . .

First Lady should tell the truth about heart disease
Carey Roberts
January 21, 2007

This last year I lost three friends to heart disease. Randy was jogging at a nearby park when he was stricken with a fatal heart attack. Randy was 52 years . . .

Men: last great hope of the Republican Party
Carey Roberts
January 15, 2007

A few years ago, Democratic pollster Celinda Lake sounded the alarm that the Dems needed to reach out to male voters, or else resign itself to becoming a party . . .

Nancy Pelosi, queen of hubris
Carey Roberts
January 8, 2007

The women's libbers have been saying for years that once the Matriarchy came into power, the maternal instinct would prevail and we would become beneficiaries . . .

How the G.O.P. can get its mojo back
Carey Roberts
January 2, 2007

Looking back, it's hard to imagine a more inept political strategy. First, ignore and insult your base. Next, dream up a campaign theme of gender  . . .

Winner of the coveted 2006 Award for Political Incorrectness
Carey Roberts
December 26, 2006

Alas, masculinity has come under siege. All manner of unpleasant things that happen to women are blamed on those linear-thinking, knuckle-dragging males. Even . . .

How the Grand Old Party lost its mojo
Carey Roberts
December 19, 2006

On November 7, American voters took the GOP to the woodshed and gave them a licking they won't forget for a good long time. Congressman Mike Pence concluded . . .

Yikes! 695 days to the election, and brickbats are flying!
Carey Roberts
December 12, 2006

Most of us are still catching our breath from the watershed November 7 elections. But with Hillary Clinton the likely contender for the Democratic Party, the . . .

The GOP's betrayal of the pro-family agenda
Carey Roberts
December 5, 2006

I wish I had a dime in my pocket for every time I heard a Republican politician stand up and proclaim his support for "family values." When we survey the . . .

The silence of the wedding bells
Carey Roberts
November 28, 2006

Am I the only one who is worried about the collapse of the traditional American family right before our very eyes? Census Bureau bureaucrats are not in the . . .

Feminist infiltration into the conservative ranks?
Carey Roberts
November 21, 2006

It was one of those claims that only a feminist could dream up: "A 2005 U.N. Population Fund report found that 70% of married women in India were victims of . . .

Fathers no longer cost-effective?
Carey Roberts
November 13, 2006

I'm not one who is prone to get misty-eyed, but Tim Russert's latest book did it. Two years ago Russert penned a moving tribute to his own father, Big Russ . . .

Bush needs to rein in feminist operatives
Carey Roberts
November 8, 2006

If you should happen to telephone Ambassador John Bolton's office at the United Nations, chances are good the person who answers your call will be one Peggy . . .

Cleavage candidates and the politics of gender
Carey Roberts
October 31, 2006

This headline crossed my desk last week: "Gubernatorial Hopeful Flashes for Cash!" Below that exclamatory remark appeared a sketch of well-endowed blond, her . . .

Scaring the wits out of women
Carey Roberts
October 24, 2006

Halloween decorations made an early appearance this year. In September my local grocery store put up its wicked witch holding a rubber pitchfork. Cobwebs soon . . .

UN violence report: laced with myths and misandry
Carey Roberts
October 17, 2006

Kofi Annan will be stepping down from his secretary-general position in a few short weeks. Annan's resumé features such highlights as the 1994 Rwanda massacre, . . .

Lies, damn lies, and statistics at UNICEF
Carey Roberts
October 11, 2006

At first I assumed UNICEF director Ann Veneman had been terribly misquoted. This was the statement the media attributed to her: "We know that women do about  . . .

The feminization of poverty? There you go again, Hillary!
Carey Roberts
October 3, 2006

Some 20 years ago the feminist crusade ran out of legitimate issues to address, so it did what any smart advocacy group would do: fabricate new injustices and . . .

Gender newspeak at Newsweek
Carey Roberts
September 26, 2006

Now for tonight's "Behind the News" story: Reneging on its duty to report the news fairly and accurately, the mainstream media now resorts to fake scandals . . .

Uppity men
Carey Roberts
September 19, 2006

Let's face it, we've been snookered. They promised gender liberation, now we're becoming dependents of the Nanny State. They averred no fancy for special . . .

The Femocrats
Carey Roberts
September 13, 2006

Like a tarantula that lurks in the shadows, radical feminism has insinuated itself into every American institution, waiting to pounce and extract its life blood . . .

Don't marry a career woman: The debate heats up
Carey Roberts
September 10, 2006

Wondering about that muffled howl you've been hearing the last couple weeks? It's the sound and fury of feminists reacting to Michael Noer's latest exegesis, . . .

Harassment hysteria threatens military morale
Carey Roberts
September 5, 2006

Last year Naval Academy instructor Lt. Bryan Black made a sexually-tinged remark to a female midshipman. It was not a case of rape or sexual assault. It was not . . .

Double-standards cripple the fight against terrorism
Carey Roberts
August 30, 2006

It is a sign of cultural confusion when the most-heralded account of individual bravery in the Iraqi war centers around a teenage girl who did nothing that . . .

No need to keep rape accuser's name a secret
Carey Roberts
August 27, 2006

Crystal Gail Mangum's life has been marked by a Kudzu-like thicket of ups and downs. After graduating from Hillside High School in Durham, she spent two years . . .

With feminized men, who will fight the war on terror?
Carey Roberts
August 22, 2006

As a jubilant Ned Lamont announced his improbable win over incumbent Joe Lieberman, N.O.W. president Kim Gandy stood cheering at his side. The National . . .

A woman can do anything a man can do (well, almost)
Carey Roberts
August 15, 2006

Fact and feminism keep tripping over each other. For decades, radical feminists have prostrated themselves upon the altar of androgeny, flatly declaring that . . .

Blame it on the patriarchy
Carey Roberts
August 8, 2006

The feminism is a secular religion with its own high priestesses, dogmas, and initiation rituals. Its creation myth holds that on the first day Goddess created . . .

The kiss-and-accuse capers
Carey Roberts
August 2, 2006

Former New England Patriots linebacker Ted Johnson was one of the lucky ones. On July 16 the three-time Super Bowl player was arrested in Weston, Mass. for . . .

Women good, men bad?
Carey Roberts
July 25, 2006

It's about time that we probe an assumption that has insidiously worked its way into our culture — the notion that women are the guardians of goodness and grace . . .

Feminist scheme for U.N. reform
Carey Roberts
July 19, 2006

You know things are getting desperate at the United Nations when its leaders begin to listen to feminist proposals to revitalize this talk-much, do-little, . . .

Half-truths about human trafficking
Carey Roberts
July 11, 2006

Raman was forced to work as a brick-maker to pay off a debt incurred years before by his grandfather. For years, he was paid three rupees (two cents) for a bag . . .

Twelve-step feminist cure
Carey Roberts
June 27, 2006

It's a condition that's known to be chronic, progressive, and highly contagious. With my own eyes I've seen bright, caring women fall under the sway of its . . .

VDAY: Until the hysteria stops
Carey Roberts
June 20, 2006

f you happened to take in a Yankees game last week, you probably saw the message flashing on the stadium's giant screen: "Until the Violence Stops: NYC." Next . . .

Playing politics with the federal fatherhood initiative
Carey Roberts
June 13, 2006

Last week the Pope issued a wake-up call to persons of all religious persuasions. "Never before in history," the pontiff warned, has the family "been so . . .

Is feminism a mental disorder?
Carey Roberts
June 6, 2006

Peer into the dark heart of radical feminism, and you'll get a glimpse of a seething caldron of delusion, phobia, and paranoia. Visit the N.O.W. website and . . .

The day the matriarchy came to power
Carey Roberts
May 30, 2006

It was a bloodless coup. It happened under the penumbra of the law. In fact chief justice William Rehnquist presided at the event. The date was January 20, 1993 . . .

Has Matriarchy made the sexes equal?
Carey Roberts
May 23, 2006

A number of years ago someone came up with the idea that Patriarchy was the cause of untold misery and hardship of women. So why not let the ladies run the show . . .

Legal Services Corporation turns its back on men
Carey Roberts
May 16, 2006

Chances are you don't pay much attention to the Legal Services Corporation, a hold-over from the glory days of the Great Society. This bureaucracy ekes by on $3 . . .

ABC pulls the plug on Hillary's Prez plans
Carey Roberts
May 9, 2006

Last week ABC announced it was yanking Commander in Chief, the highly-touted series about the first American female president. It had fallen to No. 64 in the . . .

Joe Biden's weird sense of chivalry
Carey Roberts
May 2, 2006

Call it senator Joseph Biden's family secret. He grew up with a bully-sister. She didn't just boss people around — she beat people up. Her name was Valerie. She . . .

Titanic chivalry
Carey Roberts
April 25, 2006

It was 94 years ago this month that the unsinkable Titanic collided with a North Atlantic iceberg. Of the 1,327 passengers on board, 73% of the women made it to . . .

From bias to bigotry: CBS News goes into free-fall
Carey Roberts
April 18, 2006

What will Dan Rather be most remembered for — the forged memos from the ill-fated Texas Air National Guard story? Or will it be this candid admission, "Who . . .

Women's health hoax
Carey Roberts
April 11, 2006

Twenty-some years ago the mavens of medical misfortune sounded their shrill alarm. Hillary Clinton lashed out because of the "appalling degree to which women . . .

Child support gold-diggers
Carey Roberts
April 5, 2006

Laws that protect the fairer sex from rape, domestic violence, and sexual harassment all rest on a simple assumption: women who claim to be victims are almost . . .

Restraining order madness
Carey Roberts
March 28, 2006

Word has gotten out that CBS talk-show host David Letterman has been involved in a secret liaison these past several years. It began back in 1993 when Colleen . . .

Black men, soul brothers
Carey Roberts
March 21, 2006

Tantalize single moms with an array of juicy economic incentives, cripple the Black family, and blame the whole mess on those stingy Conservatives. Going back . . .

Family make-over Ponzi scheme
Carey Roberts
March 7, 2006

Charles Ponzi certainly couldn't be faulted for a lack of ingenuity. Way back in 1820 Mr. Ponzi began to lure people in with the promise of double your money in . . .

The feminist anti-kid crusade
Carey Roberts
February 28, 2006

Call it one of those simple yet profound truths: only a father can help a boy become a man. And only a daddie can teach a girl about healthy male-female . . .

The M.O.M. Squad capers
Carey Roberts
February 22, 2006

All Points Bulletin: M.O.M.s are on the loose. They're armed and dangerous. Be forewarned, M.O.M.s — Mothers Opposed to Men — wield a formidable array of fake . . .

Feminine mystique, or feminine mistake?
Carey Roberts
February 14, 2006

Noticed how Hillary's been looking so, well, angry? During his recent State of the Union address, president Bush made a light-hearted remark about Bill Clinton . . .

Who's afraid of Carol Gilligan?
Carey Roberts
February 7, 2006

Most feminists will come right out and tell you they pretty much despise men. But some feminists, like the leechers and blood-letters of yore, make the claim . . .

Bias suit reveals the truth behind the 'boy crisis'
Carey Roberts
February 1, 2006

Six days after graduating from Milton High School, Mickarl Thomas tragically died in a single-car accident. Affectionately known as Mikey, he was the co-captain . . .

Alito hearings bring fathers back into the abortion debate
Carey Roberts
January 24, 2006

The pictures said it all. First was the shot of the unflappable judge, serenely gazing...waiting...hoping...that senator Joe Biden would finally get around to . . .

Double-standard treatment for child abusers
Carey Roberts
January 17, 2006

Heather Thomas of Fairfax, VA was arrested last week in the shaking death of her 6-day-old granddaughter. On Christmas Day Valerie Kennedy held her son in a tub . . .

Women who make things worse for other women
Carey Roberts
January 10, 2006

Who is harmed more by the radical feminist creed: men or women? I have long believed that men are more victimized. But after reading Kate O'Beirne's recent book . . .

Comic relief from the World Health Organization
Carey Roberts
January 3, 2006

Feeling a little bored, maybe suffering from after-the-holiday blues? The World Health Organization never fails to provide a moment of levity in our otherwise . . .

Winner of the coveted 2005 Award for Political Incorrectness
Carey Roberts
December 27, 2005

Leftists believe the Truth is an intellectual fraud designed to prop up the existing techno-patriarchal-capitalist power structure. That's why the neo-Coms will . . .

PBS propaganda piece
Carey Roberts
December 13, 2005

I've never heard of a Public Broadcasting Service documentary being slammed by two ombudsmen in the space of one week. But that's exactly what happened to PBS' . . .

The truth about the World Health Organization and AIDS
Carey Roberts
December 6, 2005

If you're like most people I know, World AIDS Day passed you by last Thursday with scarcely a nod. And for good reason, because the World Health Organization, . . .

Fem-think and the civil rights of men
Carey Roberts
November 29, 2005

I have never met Ben Stein and harbor no ill-will towards him. But last week the former TV game show host wrote an article that somehow reminded me of the . . .

Requiem for the leftist welfare utopia
Carey Roberts
November 22, 2005

Leftists have devised a simple yet amazingly effective formula to engender social discord: break up the family, marginalize fathers, and then blame the whole . . .

UN Resolution 1325: The world body goes on a loony streak
Carey Roberts
November 15, 2005

Ten years ago a recrudescence of age-old ethnic tensions spilled over into the worst bloodbath that Europe had witnessed since World War II. The United Nations . . .

Purveyors of deceit: Why PBS must yank 'Breaking the Silence'
Carey Roberts
November 8, 2005

Scott Loeliger thought he had found the woman of his dreams when he married African-born Sadia. But after she assaulted Scott and spent a night in the Santa . . .

Jim Crow days for men
Carey Roberts
November 1, 2005

Rosa Parks, hailed as the mother of the modern Civil Rights movement, passed away last week at the age of 92. In an interview, Ms. Parks explained why she had . . .

The Laura Bush we don't know
Carey Roberts
October 25, 2005

The First Lady recently weighed in on the faltering support for Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers. Asked on NBC's Today show if sexism might be at the root of . . .

PBS' "Breaking the Silence" not ready for prime time
Carey Roberts
October 16, 2005

Propaganda pieces normally contain an indisputable kernel of truth, which is then artfully embellished with innuendo, distortions, and half-truths. By that . . .

The female libido becomes unleashed
Carey Roberts
October 11, 2005

The femmes fatales, those sexually-irresistible Delilahs of lore, are staging a comeback. And this time with a vixen-like vengeance. Remember Mata Hari, the . . .

The first female president: The fantasy and the reality
Carey Roberts
October 4, 2005

Last Tuesday the first female president took office, courtesy of ABC's latest series, Commander in Chief. In the first show, vice president Mackenzie Allen . . .

Women still unequal before the law
Carey Roberts
September 28, 2005

Bad news to the Lavender Ladies at the N.O.W.: Women are still lesser to men in the eyes of the American legal system. What's worse, it's women who are bringing . . .

Hocus-pocus resolutions at the UN
Carey Roberts
September 25, 2005

No one seems to know the exact number, but each year the United Nations approves over a thousand resolutions. Normally these pompous decrees are a harmless . . .

Party-poopers at the UN birthday bash
Carey Roberts
September 20, 2005

Nearly 170 heads of state came to New York last week for the United Nations' 60th anniversary. So organizers planned a gala birthday celebration fitting for the . . .

Tragedy wears a human face: Reply to Rep. Ellen Sauerbrey
Carey Roberts
September 14, 2005

This past week Ellen Sauerbrey, US representative to the UN Commission on the Status of Women, went to Washington, hoping to shore up support for the State . . .

See no evil, say no evil at the UN press corps
Carey Roberts
September 11, 2005

Have you ever wondered why much of the daily media coverage about the United Nations reads more like a feel-good press release than a hard-hitting news story?  . . .

How we will cure the radical feminist cancer?
Carey Roberts
September 7, 2005

A malignancy spreads by invading its neighboring cells, taking over their internal control processes, and inducing the cells to assume grotesque shapes and . . .

Marriage movement at the crossroads
Carey Roberts
September 5, 2005

The Marriage Movement recently got hit with some dispiriting news. The U.S. Census Bureau just released a report showing that for the first time, American . . .

Chivalrous men and the victim-princess complex
Carey Roberts
August 23, 2005

I recently came across an article sporting the irresistible title, A Nation of Little Princesses. Author Christopher Healy explores the archetype of the . . .

Rape hysteria, redux
Carey Roberts
August 16, 2005

Can you imagine the German Bundestag issuing a formal apology for the Nazi atrocities, but then leaving out the fact that Jews were the primary victims?  . . .

Restraining orders for abusive grandmas?
Carey Roberts
August 10, 2005

The women's shelter activists have devised a nuclear first-strike weapon in their jihad to stop domestic violence. Insiders call it the TRO — the "temporary . . .

Another scandal brewing at the U.N.
Carey Roberts
August 2, 2005

In a long-awaited decision, President Bush finally named tough-talking John Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. And not a day too soon, as the U.N. . . .

The leftist-feminist brief against nominee Roberts
Carey Roberts
July 26, 2005

President Bush surprised everyone, including wife Laura, with his nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court of the United States. It seems the First Lady . . .

VAWA: making divorce easy, profitable, and fun
Carey Roberts
July 19, 2005

Man-hating feminist Andrea Dworkin once admitted to The New Republic, "Senators don't understand the meaning of the legislation that they pass." Dworkin was . . .

Supreme hysteria
Carey Roberts
July 12, 2005

The niggling nannies of N.O.W. fell into a swoon last week, courtesy of Sandra Day O'Connor's July 1 announcement to give up her seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. . . .

Independence Day 2005: lessons for Leftists
Carey Roberts
July 3, 2005

Two hundred and twenty-nine years ago, an intrepid group of men came together to make the ultimate life-altering decision: to dissolve the political bonds that . . .

Senator Biden's biggest lie
Carey Roberts
June 28, 2005

Ol' Joe Biden has been waiting 17 long years, hoping the American public would forget. Back in 1988 Mr. Biden was running against Michael Dukakis for the . . .

The politics of social destruction at the UN
Carey Roberts
June 21, 2005

Jan Fransen has come up with a new solution to the old problem of population control: AIDS. At a meeting of the United Nations Population Fund, Fransen told . . .

A government program is no substitute for a bear-hug
Carey Roberts
June 14, 2005

For the better part of the last 40 years, policy experts and childrearing gurus relegated fathers to the parental minor leagues. Dads were seen as well . . .

The sun of feminism shines brightly in socialist Europe
Carey Roberts
June 7, 2005

Despite the resounding rejection of the European Constitution by French and Dutch voters, the fact is, old Europe still genuflects at the altar of socialism and . . .

Amnesty sinking on the shoals of political correctness
Carey Roberts
June 4, 2005

It was a bad week at the office for the bigwigs at Amnesty International. It all began when Amnesty charged that the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has . . .

Equality for men and fathers -- what a concept!
Carey Roberts
May 31, 2005

Bill May didn't get into synchronized swimming to make a political statement. "When I first joined," he once explained, "I thought, 'This is a great sport and . . .

Feminist cover-up means billion-dollar taxpayer shake-down
Carey Roberts
May 21, 2005

Sometimes it seems the Gender Warriors will stop at nothing to get their way. A number of years ago University of Delaware professor Suzanne Steinmetz . . .

VAWA law polarizes the sexes, weakens the family
Carey Roberts
May 18, 2005

In his book, Our Dance Has Turned to Death, sociologist Carl Wilson traces the seven steps of societies in decline. Near the end, the country reaches Stage Five . . .

Whatever happened to sugar and spice and everything nice?
Carey Roberts
May 10, 2005

Last week's column, A Rash of Feminist Hate Speech, triggered a spirited debate. [] One wag quipped, "What . . .

A rash of feminist hate speech
Carey Roberts
May 3, 2005

A woman named Mary took the open microphone. "Hello, my name is Mary Man-Hating-is-Fun," she explained. "Ever since I learned to embrace my feminist nature, I . . .

New Catholic patriarch may derail Hillary's White House plans
Carey Roberts
April 26, 2005

After a brief flirtation with compassionate conservatism, Hillary Rodham Clinton has returned to her neo-Marxist ways. On April 19 Senator Clinton introduced . . .

NYT and Amnesty International collude in gender propaganda piece
Carey Roberts
April 19, 2005

In a brazen attempt to skew public opinion and exploit the fears of women, the New York Times recently ran an article on intimate partner violence. Cleverly . . .

Un-constitutional VAWA law helped by a propaganda ploy
Carey Roberts
April 12, 2005

What do you get when you mix equal parts of gender myth, a casual disregard of Constitutional protections, and old fashioned political pork? VAWA — the Violence . . .

Gender: good riddance, farewell
Carey Roberts
April 6, 2005

In the Nature vs. Nurture debate, feminists rabidly insist that all psychological and social differences between the sexes are caused by the social environment. . . .

The rise of Big Sister-ism
Carey Roberts
April 2, 2005

I have seen their shell-shocked eyes and unbelieving expressions. Men saddled with crushing child support obligations, forced to live on scraps or else fall . . .

Hillary plays the female supremacist card
Carey Roberts
March 22, 2005

If you're looking for a paragon of female virtue, don't waste your time in Chappaqua, New York. Of all American politicians, there is no one who is more . . .

Soft totalitarians on the loose at the UN
Carey Roberts
March 15, 2005

News Flash — UN top brass have begun to realize that the American public is growing tired of the non-stop scandals oozing like putrid swamp-fill from the world . . .

Something amiss in the United Nations' gender health agenda
Carey Roberts
March 13, 2005

In 1998, Gro Harlem Brundtland was named as the first female director-general of the World Health Organization. Many hailed her appointment as a long-overdue . . .

Orwellian state at the UN women's conference
Carey Roberts
March 7, 2005

For sheer propaganda value, it doesn't get any better than the United Nations women's conference, which wraps up later this week in New York City. No doubt you . . .

Feminist head-games at the United Nations
Carey Roberts
March 1, 2005

Ever notice how radical feminism has become a parody of itself? Case in point: For years, feminists scolded us for the mere mention that some women might be . . .

The pink pussy-cat bares her fangs
Carey Roberts
February 22, 2005

Following their November 2 electoral melt-down, the Sisterhood and the rest of the radical Left lapsed into bitterness and despair. Sensing that Middle America . . .

Women who treat women as sex objects
Carey Roberts
February 15, 2005

Advisory: This week's column contains adult language. And nothing is made-up. Picture this image: 18,000 women line up at Madison Square Garden in New York . . .

Misandrist marriage movement
Carey Roberts
February 8, 2005

Maggie Gallagher is in hot water over her $21,500 contract with the Department of Health and Human Services, money received while her editorials were singing . . .

Men feeling blue on February the fourth
Carey Roberts
February 1, 2005

Two national health organizations are teaming up in an Orwellian effort to pander to women and mislead the American public about the threat of heart disease.  . . .

Pronouncement of bias at the Washington Post
Carey Roberts
January 25, 2005

I doubt that many will be shocked by the revelation that political correctness has taken hold at the Washington Post. Take the December 18 murder of pregnant . . .

Feminist utopia, social nightmare
Carey Roberts
January 18, 2005

Every era has its utopian movements that hold out the promise of social perfectability. One such movement is feminism, which claims the path to social nirvana . . .

Unequal pay for equal work?
Carey Roberts
January 11, 2005

There is no better example of how radical feminism hoodwinks women than the gender "wage gap" controversy. For years, the Gender Warriors have been on the war . . .

Men step aside, the rad-fems are set to win the culture war
Carey Roberts
January 4, 2005

If you want to understand the Culture War, you need to appreciate the ideology, methods, and goals of radical feminism. And to understand feminism, you must . . .

Winner of the coveted 2004 award for political incorrectness
Carey Roberts
December 28, 2004

The chilly winds of Political Correctness blow ever stronger. Item #1: This past Thursday the French Parliament passed a law that bans insults of women and . . .

When the sisterhood rules the world: The sad tale of UNICEF
Carey Roberts
December 21, 2004

Women often swap jokes that start with the line, "What if women ruled the world?" Here's one of my favorites: "If women ruled the world, men would learn phrases . . .

Kofi's resignation won't cure the AIDS epidemic
Carey Roberts
December 7, 2004

A band of House Republicans has done the once-unthinkable and called for the resignation of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan. But giving Annan the boot is only . . .

The unfolding AIDS scandal at the UN
Carey Roberts
November 30, 2004

December 1 is World AIDS Day and the focus this year is on women and girls. That's good, because almost half of all HIV-infected persons in the world are female . . .

Patriarchal power or marxist mischief?
Carey Roberts
November 23, 2004

Poor Arnold Schwarzenegger had to find out the hard way. Fresh from his stirring speech at the Republican convention where he endorsed President Bush, the . . .

It's boo-hoo time at abortion central
Carey Roberts
November 16, 2004

What has become of all the strong women? At the N.O.W. headquarters, all the girls were wailing in disbelief. At the Feminist Majority, everyone's mascara had . . .

Nascar dads and soccer moms join forces, but at what cost?
Carey Roberts
November 9, 2004

Following last week's historic defeat for the Democrats, pollster Celinda Lake was surely wagging her finger as if to say, "I told you so!" Because just last . . .

All hail to the Panderer-in-Chief
Carey Roberts
November 3, 2004

The polls have closed, President George Bush garnered 51% of the popular vote, and the Republicans consolidated their hold on the U.S. Congress. The 2004 . . .

Rise of the feminist propaganda state
Carey Roberts
October 19, 2004

Remember that famous line from George Orwell's Animal Farm: "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others"? Mr. Orwell, here are two more . . .

Achieving feminist class consciousness
Carey Roberts
October 12, 2004

Radical feminism can be traced back directly to Marxism-Leninism. The feminist ideology, framework, and utopian aspirations all have their origin in the . . .

Women victimized by feminist fables
Carey Roberts
October 5, 2004

Not too long ago, people knew the difference between truth and falsehood. Truth was based on verifiable facts and rational logic. And falsehood was the opposite . . .

The wonderful, wacky world of fem-speak
Carey Roberts
September 28, 2004

Welcome to Femlandia, fellow traveler! On today's tour, we'll be visiting the enchanting place where the natives speak an exotic dialect known as Fem-Speak. To . . .

New media claims bragging rights in Rathergate flap
Carey Roberts
September 22, 2004

When anchorman Dan Rather dropped the bombshell about George Bush's National Guard service, little did he expect it would trigger a crisis of confidence at CBS . . .

In honor of the heroes of Flight 93
Carey Roberts
September 11, 2004

Precisely at 9:27 AM, the Middle Eastern men arose from their seats to launch their well-honed plan to commandeer United Airlines flight 93. Killing passenger . . .

Kobe Bryant: Alice-in-Wonderland justice
Carey Roberts
September 7, 2004

The dismissal of rape charges against basketball superstar Kobe Bryant has triggered a lively debate how the decision will affect sexual assault cases in the . . .

Will NASCAR dads tilt the election?
Carey Roberts
September 2, 2004

White males represent one of the most important groups in the American electorate. Forty-five million strong, these men — dubbed NASCAR Dads by the skeptical . . .

Lady...or the tramp?
Carey Roberts
August 25, 2004

Turning her back on a strict Catholic upbringing, Germaine Greer became feminist's leading avatar of free love. As a graduate student at Cambridge University, . . .

Olympic media misfire
Carey Roberts
August 17, 2004

In the early hours of Friday August 13, newspaper printing presses across the country were humming with news from the 2004 Olympic games in Greece. Everywhere, . . .

Women fleeing the feminist fold
Carey Roberts
August 10, 2004

Remember that popular TV game show, To Tell the Truth? That was the program that would put three petite women on the stage — one a real-life alligator wrestler . . .

Outing the feminist "great lie"
Carey Roberts
August 3, 2004

This past weekend the Vatican issued a letter to the Roman Catholic bishops which denounced feminism for preaching "conditions of subordination in order to give . . .

Kerry embraces the radical feminist agenda
Carey Roberts
July 27, 2004

White males have been fleeing the Democratic Party over the last 30 years. Four years ago, candidate Al Gore managed to attract only 36% of the huge 45 million . . .

Martha Stewart plays the chivalry card
Carey Roberts
July 21, 2004

In the wee hours of April 15, 1912, the "unsinkable" SS Titanic settled into its final resting spot in the depths of the North Atlantic. The nascent cause of . . .

The marriage no-shows
Carey Roberts
July 13, 2004

This week, Washington lawmakers took up the historical debate on the Federal Marriage Amendment. But the good Senators appear to be blissfully unaware of the . . .

Has feminism made good on its own promises?
Carey Roberts
July 6, 2004

In the distant primordial past, men took care of women, and mothers took care of children. Men produced, women reproduced. That basic social contract was . . .

Divorced dads' white-hot sense of injustice
Carey Roberts
June 25, 2004

It's not a pleasant statistic, but one that we need to ponder: Overall, men are four times more likely to kill themselves than women. The risk is even more . . .

Afraid to say what we think
Carey Roberts
June 21, 2004

Some persons may get a chuckle out of the term. But Political Correctness is an implacable force that we must come to terms with, or else accept the reality . . .

Yes, fathers are essential
Carey Roberts
June 15, 2004

In the past several decades, the United States has achieved the dubious distinction of becoming the world leader in fatherless families. Currently, 34% of . . .

Air-brushing dads out of the picture
Carey Roberts
June 8, 2004

When Vladimir Lenin seized power in 1917, he knew full well that the traditional family would fiercely resist his grand scheme to consolidate state power. So he . . .

White males: hot demographic for the 2004 elections
Carey Roberts
June 1, 2004

As President Bush's polling numbers falter, Democrats are beginning to salivate over the prospect of winning the November elections. So everyone is asking, what . . .

Feminine virtue takes a beating at Abu Ghraib
Carey Roberts
May 26, 2004

Feminists preach the absolute equality of the sexes in all respects, save for one. They believe in the unequivocal moral superiority of women over men. The . . .

Told to act like a girl
Carey Roberts
May 18, 2004

The death certificate listed suicide as the official cause of death. But the real cause of his demise was a controversial gender experiment lead by one of the . . .

Misbehaving women, chivalry justice
Carey Roberts
May 11, 2004

Once again, women have proven themselves to be fully the equals of men — even when it comes to abusing Iraqi prisoners. The commander of the Abu Ghraib prison, . . .

Why are lesbians marching for abortion rights?
Carey Roberts
May 6, 2004

Have you noticed how feminism has morphed in the last couple of years? Before, feminism was just plain radical. Now it's become vile and absurd. On April 25 . . .

Oh my! Women's groups are excluding men
Carey Roberts
April 28, 2004

Word comes from Martha Burk that the Augusta National Golf Club still "openly and proudly discriminates against women." We should all be working ourselves into . . .

Martha Burk declares a holy war on corporate America
Carey Roberts
April 20, 2004

Considering all the discredit she has brought to her cause, Martha Burk would seem to be an unlikely person to head up the powerful National Council of Women's . . .

Heresy of the maternal instinct
Carey Roberts
April 14, 2004

News flash: Women are leaving the workplace in droves to become full-time mothers. Two years ago Karen Hughes resigned as counselor to President Bush to go . . .

Ms. Information: making women angry and afraid
Carey Roberts
April 6, 2004

An American woman is beaten by her husband or boyfriend every 15 seconds. Domestic violence against pregnant women is responsible for more birth defects than . . .

Where have all the young men gone?
Carey Roberts
March 30, 2004

Remember that lyrical ballad by Peter, Paul, and Mary? That was back in the 1960s. Forty years later, hundreds of thousands of unmarried American women are . . .

Women lose when feminists bash
Carey Roberts
March 23, 2004

Four decades ago when feminists were making the case for women to leave their families in pursuit of a career, one of their arguments went like this: "When . . .

Radical feminist on the U.S. Supreme Court
Carey Roberts
March 16, 2004

Just five short days after President Bill Clinton's nomination, Ruth Bader Ginsburg had been confirmed by the Senate and sworn in as Justice to the U.S. Supreme . . .

Fathers the fall-guy in the abortion debate
Carey Roberts
March 4, 2004

Despite the vast ideological differences that divide the pro-abortion and pro-life camps, advocates on both sides will agree on one key point: it's really the . . .

Dissing dads
Carey Roberts
February 24, 2004

Why do Americans refer to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson as our Founding Fathers? When Christians recite the Lord's Prayer, why does the phrase, "Our . . .

Breaking the hearts of men
Carey Roberts
February 17, 2004

Women are seeing red over the latest program from the American Heart Association, dubbed the "Go Red for Women" campaign. The American Heart Association . . .

The end of St. Valentine's Day?
Carey Roberts
February 9, 2004

When I was a kid, Valentine’s Day meant eating those small, heart-shaped candies, and hoping to get a card from one of the cute girls in class — in that order . . .

Pitting maternal instinct against radical feminism
Carey Roberts
February 3, 2004

By the late 1970s, about 60% of the world’s population lived under socialist rule. But following the implosion of the Soviet Empire in 1991, global socialism . . .

Feminist subversion of the gender system
Carey Roberts
January 26, 2004

In recent years, the battle of the sexes has escalated into a full-fledged gender war. This conflict is playing out in the boardroom, the courtroom, and the . . .

When family dissolution becomes the law of the land
Carey Roberts
January 16, 2004

"No woman should be authorized to stay at home to raise her children. Society should be totally different. Women should not have that choice, precisely because . . .

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