Where is the father of Andrella Jackson’s five children?

One of the more recent news stories to get national attention is about how a police officer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, stopped a woman whose young children were not in car seats, and instead of giving her a ticket, he went to Wal-Mart and bought car sets for her children.

The woman’s name is Andrella Jackson, and according to this article from CNN, she is a single mother of five children.

CNN quoted her as saying the following:

“With bills coming up and winter coming up, I have to get coats and boots and shoes for my kids.”

Of course it’s expensive to raise five children.

What I want to know is, where is the father of Andrella Jackson’s five children?

October 23, 2019. Tags: , , , , , . Parenting. 1 comment.

Here are two different cases of extreme negligence by parents which lead to their child’s death

In both of these cases, I know these parent’s didn’t intentionally kill their child, and I’m sure the extreme grief that they are feeling is genuine.

That being said, let’s take a look at what these parents did.

In the first case, in Jackson, Mississippi, a mother left her 6-year-old son alone in the car… with the engine running… and with the doors unlocked… at 1 a.m.

Not very bright of her to do that.

In what came as a surprise to no one except the mother, her car was stolen.

The car thieves fatally shot the child in the head.

In the second case, in Beveren, Belgium, the parents, who ran a “natural food store,” decided to raise their baby on the same foods that they sold to adults, many of which happened to be very low calorie.

Not very wise of them to do that.

In what came as a surprise to no one except the parents, the baby starved to death. At the time of death, the baby was seven months old, but weighed only nine pounds.

Do I think these parents, in either case, were deliberately trying to harm their child? No.

But I do think that in both of these cases, what the parents did was incredibly stupid, and constituted of a massive degree of neglect.

 

May 19, 2017. Tags: , . Parenting, Violent crime. 2 comments.

Stay at home father Stefan Molyneux talks about “the rise of the daycare generation”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSo5gzJ1M1s

April 3, 2017. Tags: , , , , , , , . Dumbing down, Education, Parenting, Politics, Psychology, Social justice warriors. Leave a comment.