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Love, Death and Dinesh D’Souza

Ken the Playful Walrus Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 4:03 PM
Right. If a marriage is not salvageable, each additional day legally married puts the man at greater risk for loss of money and for incarceration. THIS is what the family courts have done.
Ken the Playful Walrus Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 12:59 PM
Mark, I have not been on the receiving end of that, thank God! But one does not have to bit hit by a drunk driver to see what a mess it can be. I believe I have married an unusual woman. But all it would take is a brain injury or a tumor for her to completely change her thinking, and if she wanted to, she could use the laws and family courts, stacked against husbands, especially husbands who have been the sole income earner for the family, and destroy my life.
Carl469 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 11:47 PM
It's a known fact: Women have become extremely sophisticated in the art of screwing their estranged husbands in divorce court. It's about $$$$$ -- and lots of it. This is a key reason for the decline in the divorce rate over the past 30 years (aside from the increase in the average age of each partner in a first marriage). Men are frightened of what their wives can do to them financially in a divorce.
Mark in CA Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 4:18 PM
Ken, you sound as if you have been on the receiving end of that.

Dinesh D'Souza's documentary, “2016: Obama's America,” has grossed $33 million, making him one of the all-time best-selling documentary filmmakers. D'Souza stepped down from the presidency of King's College in Manhattan after admitting he got engaged to a woman before divorcing his wife of 20 years.

We know these facts from D'Souza himself: Three months ago, he met a 28-year-old woman. On Sept. 28, he introduced her at a conference as his fiancée. He did not file for divorce from his wife of 20 years until Oct 4. He claims to have been separated from his wife for two years, at his...