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Feminist Rhetoric Is Anti-Male ‘Libel,’ Author Says
Veteran Journalist Robert Stacy McCain to Speak Sept. 9 in Leominster

Men are being libeled by feminist rhetoric about “misogyny” and “rape culture,” according to a veteran journalist who will discuss his book at an event Sept. 9 in Leominster, Mass.

“Words mean things and the accusation of ‘misogyny’ – woman-hating – is being unfairly used by feminists to protect their ideology from criticism,” says Robert Stacy McCain, author of Sex Trouble: Radical Feminism and the War Against Human Nature. “In recent years, we have seen an effort to censor and silence critics of feminism, including the case of a Google engineer who was fired for a memo raising questions the company’s policies.”

McCain will speak Saturday, Sept. 9, at Tang Dynasty Restaurant (638 North Main Street, Leominster) for a luncheon event hosted by the Worcester Tea Party, DaTechGuyBlog.com and GraniteGrok.com. Advance tickets for the event can be ordered online for $35, which includes a buffet meal and a complimentary copy of McCain’s book.

Censorship of feminism’s critics is an issue that should be both familiar and concerning to Massachusetts residents. “In 2005, Harvard President Larry Summers was targeted by protests simply because he dared to mention ‘innate differences’ between men and women,” said McCain, referring to a controversy that led to Summers’ 2006 resignation. “Now we have seen the same basic issue turn into another national controversy involving Google, which is arguably the world’s most important information company.”
Google’s firing of Harvard graduate James Damore illustrates the way in which feminism has become a “totalitarian” movement that threatens free speech, McCain argues.

“By declaring their authority to speak on behalf of all women, feminists turn disagreement into ‘hate speech,’ and claim that anyone who criticizes them is ‘anti-woman,’” he said. “This is libel, a false accusation against men whose only crime is to disagree with a radical ideology.”

University departments of Women’s Studies are a major factor in promoting this attitude, said McCain, who has spent more than three years researching what his book calls the “anti-male propaganda” of radical feminism. “If the average person knew what Women’s Studies professors were teaching, they’d be shocked,” he said, citing such assigned materials as “Doing Gender, Doing Heteronormativity: ‘Gender Normals,’ Transgender People, and the Social Maintenance of Heterosexuality” in the widely-assigned textbook Feminist Frontiers. “It’s like a cult. Nobody on campus is allowed to question feminist ideology, so when students graduate and go out into the real world, they take these weird ideas with them. It’s a recipe for insanity.”

The notorious Rolling Stone rape hoax at the University of Virginia illustrated the toxic influence feminism has had on the media. “All the key facts in that story were wrong, but they let it go because it fit the feminist narrative,” he said, referring to the debunked 2014 article, “A Rape on Campus,” which cost the magazine millions of dollars to settle defamation claims. “Here was a case where an emotionally disturbed woman literally invented a rapist, ‘Haven Monahan,’ and a major magazine was willing to report that story as a fact.

“This is a very dangerous attitude,” McCain continued. “It’s not just that feminists are teaching women and men to hate each other, but they’re attacking the whole concept of truth.”  A veteran of more than 20 years in the newspaper industry, McCain began investigating radical feminism at the urging of readers at his popular blog, TheOtherMcCain.com.

“After I started writing about this stuff, the commenters kept saying, ‘You ought to write a book,’ and finally I gave in,” he said. He had previously co-authored the 2006 book Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime and Corruption in the Democratic Party, but self-publishing Sex Trouble in early 2015 turned out to be just the beginning of what has turned into a long-term project. “There’s no end to this craziness. Every day, there’s some new story about how feminism is affecting our society, and I just kept digging deeper and deeper into it.”

Researching dozens of Women’s Studies textbooks is different work than what McCain had done previously, covering campaigns as a political correspondent for The American Spectator. From 2008 to 2012, he traveled thousands of miles, doing “shoe leather” reporting on the scene of debates, campaign rallies and conventions. It was while covering Scott Brown’s 2010 Senate campaign in Massachusetts that McCain met one of his hosts for the upcoming Leominster event, Worcester-based “Da Tech Guy” blogger Peter Ingemi.

“Pete picked me up at the Amtrak station in Boston, and off we went,” McCain said of his trip to cover the whirlwind final week of the Tea Party-backed campaign that elected a Republican to the Senate seat formerly held by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. “We went all the way to the end at the victory party where the confetti and balloons came down. It shocked the world.”

In subsequent trips to the region, McCain met the proprietors of Granite Grok, a site covering New Hampshire politics. “There is no substitute for old-fashioned shoe-leather reporting,” McCain says, “and citizen-journalists are challenging the mainstream media to keep up or else get beat at their own game. The Internet has opened up a whole new world.”

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“Buffet Books & Blather” with Robert Stacy McCain
12 p.m. Noon, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017
Tang Dynasty Restaurant,
638 North Main Street,
Leominster MA

You can buy your tickets here

While the Federal Government and the press seems to have forgotten about the targeting of the tea party by the IRS The Worcester Tea Party has not.

On Monday March 14th from Noon to 1 PM at the Worcester common on front street, Day 1040 of the IRS scandal they will be holding a standout demanding answers. As their email puts it:

Worcester Tea Party stands out at Worcester Common to ask the IRS why no one has been held accountable since 2014 on the tax status targeting of Tea Party groups.

Former head of the IRS Lois Lerner, who pled the fifth, now enjoys a cushy retirement after unfairly and unlawfully denying lawful tax status to groups with whom she and this administration are politically opposed.

Alas I can’t attend but if you are interested you can email Matt O’Brien the president of the Worcester tea party here

This is , in my opinion, the most important factor in the upcoming election. It’s very clear that this administration is not going to punish anyone for this and I guarantee you that if the next president is Hillary Clinton not only will nobody punished but do you really believe that given the power of the white house behind her a president Hillary Clinton will not do the same?

And once that’s finally established as the norm it is forever.

If you do, then frankly you DESERVE a President Hillary.

What you missed DaTechGuy with Kirsten Hughes on DaTechGuy on DaRadio Saturday

For Shame, but if you want the first hour with the GOP chair of MA, you can find it here.

and id you miss our panel in the 2nd hour? No worries you can find that here.

 

And don’t miss us next week when we will have Bill Jacobson from Legal Insurrection in the first hour talking the backfiring ACA Israel boycott and the news of the day.

Then hour 2 our Magnificent Panel with Joe Mangiacotti,  Gary Goldman, Smitty from the Other McCain & Mike Hummell will take over to talk the issues of the week.

 

That’s Saturday Noon till 2 on FTR Radio and the Money Matters radio network, don’t miss it.

 

who are out in the trenches every day.

Catherine works full-time AND speaks to tea party groups on the Constitution Rand Paul and men like him are important but it’s the Catherine Whites of the world that make the difference in the long-term.

One week of a Double Dose of DaTechGuy on DaRadio was fun but DaTechGuy on DaRadio Syndicated. That’s awesome!

DaTechGuy syndicated run begins at a temporary time on the Money Matters Radio network from 1-3 PM EST bringing you Matt O’Brien talking about a new initiative to stop Obamacare in its tracks in our the first hour and in our second hour the great debate. Chris Smitty Smith of The Other McCain on one side and Cynthia Yockey from A Conservative Lesbian on the other with the topic, Gay Marriage!

The call in number is 888-205-2263 the live stream for the Money Matters Network is here and or you can listen live via TuneIn.

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Do you mean to tell me that DaTechGuy was on TWICE last week on four different radio stations and you STILL missed one or both of them?

Well I’m very disappointed in you but we can get by this. If you missed me my regular show on WCRN this week with Mary Lotze and Evan Sayet you can listen to that show here.

And if you Missed me on the Money Matters Radio Network Including WESO Southbridge, WPLM Plymouth and WBNW Concord we can fix that too, Click here for our first hour where we brought back Evan Sayet (who ran late on WCRN) and here for our 2nd with James O’Keefe of Project Veritas

Mind you there is no excuse for not tuning in this week On WCRN we will be talking with Matt O’Brien of the Worcester Tea Party about the Mandate Amendment Coalition about their ongoing fight to stop Obamacare and on the Money Matters Radio Network we will host a great debate between Cynthia Yockey of A Conservative Lesbian and Smithy of The Other McCain on Gay Marriage.

So at 10 AM tune into WCRN AM 830 to catch show #1 and then at 1 PM catch me on either 970 WESO, 1120 WBNW or 1390 WPLM or go online at the Money Matters Radio Network here and catch DaTechGuy on DaRadio AGAIN!

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Yesterday on Conservatively Speaking Guy Benson came down to visit:

After taking questions from hosts Mike Wade

and John Weston

He stood for an interview with me

And then left for this event at the DCU center

While there I interviewed Matt O’Brien of the Worcester Tea Party. For reasons we shall not explain the interview was conducted while kneeling on the floor.

He was part of a good-sized crowd getting instructions on how to become the next DaTechGuy etc

Erick Telford talked about the event

This process is being repeated nationwide.

MSM if you are not afraid, you ought to be.

Update: A reminder the DaTechGuy Fundraiser is in progress, our goal is $3000 and we are $2950 away (that first $50 is always the hardest (Thanks Steve), for details click here for the progress check the thermometer to the right and to kick in hit DaTipJar” below.





Kyle had never attended a tea party event before.

He is a student at Worcester State University who came to cover the Worcester Tea Party event for his school newspaper

Aaron Goldstein writes for the American Spectator

He was one of the invited speakers at the Worcester Tea Party’s Tax day event yesterday:

I recorded it in two parts

Part 2

I think we should keep the tradition of having writers for the Spectator at these events to speak. For next year may I make a humble suggestion?