Category Archives: Dennis Prager

Will Wilcox and the men of National Review respect you in the morning?

Over the last year or so there has been a concerted effort by men associated with National Review to woo men into marriage.  The most recent example of this is W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas H. Wolfinger’s February 9th article … Continue reading

Posted in Cheryl Strayed, Dennis Prager, Disrespecting Respectability, Fatherhood, Jim Geraghty, Marriage, National Marriage Project, National Review, New Morality, Satire, selling divorce, Traditional Conservatives, W. Bradford Wilcox, Weak men screwing feminism up | 272 Comments

An attitude of abundance.

Scott commented on my last post, noting that his blog focused on honoring respectable men runs against the prevailing culture: So far, the response has been positive but with the caveat that speaks to what Damn Crackers is alluding to. … Continue reading

Posted in Dennis Prager, Disrespecting Respectability, Dr. John Piper, Instapundit, Jim Geraghty, Manliness, Marriage, Miserliness, National Review, The only real man in the room, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up | 298 Comments

The mysterious male marriage premium.

Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit explains why he left big law: …I looked at the partners and their lives and thought, “this is what it looks like when you win?” But one thing I noticed about a lot of the partners … Continue reading

Posted in Child Support, Dennis Prager, Disrespecting Respectability, Economics, Fatherhood, Marriage, Patriarchal Dividend, Pay Gap, Threatpoint, W. Bradford Wilcox | 228 Comments

What Prager and Wilcox are selling.

Brad Wilcox of the Marriage Project made a video for Prager University that along with a rebuttal by MGTOW Turd Flinging Monkey has been getting a good deal of attention.  Be a man. Get married. From the title alone you … Continue reading

Posted in Dennis Prager, Disrespecting Respectability, Fatherhood, Marriage, National Marriage Project, Patriarchal Dividend, Serial Monogamy, Traditional Conservatives, W. Bradford Wilcox | 180 Comments