Wednesday, October 13, 2004

CBS' 'Suburban Madness': It's OK to Kill Your Husband

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October 11, 2004

The archive of yesterday's show "CBS' 'Suburban Madness':

It's OK to Kill Your Husband" can be heard here.

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Also, Cox has complied with Domino's request to be removed from Cox's PayKids website--the prizes to be awarded are now simply described as "Pizza gift certificates."

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CBS' 'Suburban Madness': It's OK to Kill Your Husband

Clara Harris murdered her husband by running him down repeatedly as the man's teenage daughter begged Harris not to kill her father. In its new movie "Suburban Madness," CBS whitewashes Harris' "Murder by Mercedes" and portrays the convicted murderer as a victim worthy of sympathy.

Clara Harris claimed that she killed her husband in sudden passion because he was having an affair. CBS covered up convincing evidence that Clara was also having an affair at the time of the murder, and that David Harris--killed by an angry, controlling spouse as he tried to get out of a bad relationship--was in fact a victim of domestic violence.

Glenn detailed the anti-male distortions and lies in "Suburban Madness," on His Side with Glenn Sacks on Sunday, October 10.

Glenn also discussed the new ABC series "Desperate Housewives" and what he called the "myth of the downtrodden wife and housewife." To listen to the archive of the show, click here.

To learn more about the Clara Harris case, see:

Glenn's column "In
Defense of David Harris
" (LewRockwell.com, 3/4/03)

Glenn's column
"Convicted Murderess Can Get Custody but Decent Fathers Can't"
(Houston Chronicle, 9/19/03)

Hear Bobbi Bacha, the leading investigator
in the Clara Harris case, on His Side--Texas P.I. Reveals
Secrets Behind Clara Harris' 'Murder by Mercedes'
(9/28/03).


To learn more about the domestic equation, including the "lazy husband" myth and
the alleged "victimhood" of wives and housewives, see:

Glenn's column The Price of
Fatherhood--a Father's Reply to
Ann Crittenden's
'Mothers' Manifesto'
(Los Angeles Daily Journal, San Francisco Daily
Journal, 1/10/02)

Glenn's column Indiana Woman's 'Housework Strike': Maybe It's Husbands Who Should
Strike
(Gary Post-Tribune, 11/8/02) (co-authored by shared parenting
advocate Dianna Thompson)

Glenn's column Dowd on Women
and the 'Baby Bust': It's All Men's Fault
(Cybercast News Service, 4/18/02)

Glenn's column Stay-at-Home Dads: A Practical Solution to the Career Woman's
Dilemma
(Newsday, 5/22/02)

His Side: Is Today's Dad a Wimp
and a Slacker?
(July 25, 2004)

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6 Comments:

Blogger DVA2004 said...

There are many reasons why domestic violence services in the US have made such little progress in the 30 years since they have been established. Chief among the reasons is the insistence by shelter advocates that only women are victims, only men are abusers. Unfortunately this myopic, and essentially discriminatory attitude keeps understanding of the problem at a minimum. There can be no solutions or better services for the community as a whole until full awareness of domestic violence is achieved.

Current programs tend to be highly politicized and this severely restricts their ability to serve the community.

There has never been a better time to contact your local media and government officials and have your voice heard! Communities all over the country have begun to question their domestic violence programs, laws, and procedures. It’s time for you to speak up and be a force for change! You can have the most impact at the local level, which is where the changes are beginning. District attorneys, law enforcement administrators, public officials of all kinds will soon be involved in re-visiting old policies that no longer serve their communities.

More info here:
http://desertlightjournal.blog-city.com/

Thursday, October 14, 2004 2:13:00 PM  
Blogger The Stark Raving Viking said...

The authorities, THEMSELVES, aren't fair.

They are taking, screwing, and doing all they can behind our backs.

We are stupid to go to them for anything, as they are out for themselves and what they can get.

Thursday, October 14, 2004 4:03:00 PM  
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