March 22, 2024

Weak Men – Leaving Blue States – Arizona Trespassers

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Liberalism Breeds Soft, Weak, Young “Men”

I know some of you think when I say “liberalism breeds weak, fat men,” that I’m merely politicizing an issue to be polarizing. I assure you that’s not the case. Allow me five hundred words to make my case.

I was a chubby kid. Strike that, I was a jiggly shrimp. Skinny-fat. The kind of kid who was relatively thin, yet managed to maintain love-handle jelly-rolls while simultaneously carrying a virtual lack of any muscle-tone whatsoever. Truly, I was a marvel of science.

Strong men are perceived to be more conservative, study shows

Stronger men are perceived to be more conservative, a new study shows.

Men with greater upper body strength were seen as more right-wing, which experts link to their heightened competitiveness, according to research published in Personality and Individual Differences.

“There is a consistent perception of physically strong men (i.e., men with considerable upper body strength identified visually) as espousing more conservative viewpoints relative to physically weak men,” study author Mitch Brown, an instructor of psychological science at the University of Arkansas. told PsyPost.

‘One of the biggest mass migrations in American history’

Economist says 5M people have fled ‘blue states’ in the last decade, wishes these places would ‘stop avoiding reality.’ Here’s why

GOP bill would make it easier for AZ ranchers to shoot and kill border-crossers on their property

Doing so now is considered murder, but the proposed expansion of the ‘Castle Doctrine’ would expand when doing so is legal

Arizona Republicans want to let ranchers in southern Arizona legally shoot and kill undocumented immigrants who cross their land.

A bill moving through the state House of Representatives would make changes to the state’s existing “Castle Doctrine” law, which permits Arizonans to use deadly force against people who are trespassing or breaking into their home.

Rep. Justin Heap, a Mesa Republican, told the House Judiciary Committee on Feb. 14 that his House Bill 2843 is designed to close a loophole that he claims has led to “increasingly larger numbers of migrants or human traffickers moving across farm and ranch land.”

Make airlines pay for cancelled flights and lost luggage, Coalition argues in ‘Pay on Delay’ bill

In short: A bill to require airlines to pay passengers when they delay or cancel flights is being debated in the Senate.

The Coalition says the same protections exist overseas and would force the airlines to improve performance.

What’s next? An aviation white paper considering broad reform of the sector is due to be released later this year.