Bad Moms; Worse Men.

My wife and I were craving a stupid movie to unleash some pent up tension after a demanding couple of months. Enter a movie called “Bad Moms.” The trailer relates the story of a single mom stressed to the edge. She decides to embrace being a “bad” mom instead of a hyperactive one. I wasn’t terribly […]

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The Heroism of Fatherhood.

Fatherhood is tough. Add in being a husband too and it’s damn near impossible. Only a man can handle an adventure that big. Fighting dragons is easy when you only have to worry about yourself. My daughter’s favorite movie right now is Finding Nemo. Soon she’ll watch other movies of fatherly heroes like Hook and […]

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Chevy Chase Was Right.

For many married men vacation is usually a nightmare; whiny kids, puking, lack of naps (for us and the kids), lack of sex, and lack of drinks. I rediscovered this for myself just this month with a trip to Disney World with my wife and our two-year old daughter.   Men want two things on […]

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Where Have All the Men Gone?

In a recent article entitled, “Female Reporter Asks: ‘Is It Just Me, or Have Men Gotten Really Soft?’” Tomi Lahren of The Blaze complains that mainly millennial men have a concept of masculinity they are trying to emulate, but only because they don’t actually have it for themselves. “Chivalry is all but dead.” Ding ding […]

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The Sitcom Dad

There is a plague on societal portrayal of men—the Sitcom Dad. Al Bundy, Peter Griffin, Tim Taylor, George Lopez, Hal from Malcolm in the Middle, Doug Heffernan, Ray Romano are all good examples. The same traits are shared by all sitcom dads: they are cowed, half-men, fools who are mercifully delivered from their stupidity by […]

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