So ... Once again the genius of FOX is best expressed in the silliness of the organization\u2019s \u201cnews\u201d team. This past weekend, the Fox crew opened up a "serious" debate on whether having a woman as the primary financial wage earner in a family was simply a \u201crecipe for disaster.\u201d Yes sir. In this day and age; at this time in history; at this stage in a too slowly recovering financial slump; at this point when families are falling apart because there isn\u2019t food to put on the table or funds to pay the mortgage; at this time when people are simply struggling to make ends meet; this is the time to point out the most important problem in the mix - women should not be making more than men. Shouldn\u2019t be. Can\u2019t be! The conversation on FOX began with coverage of a recent Pew Research Center report which stated a survey had shown that 25 percent of women in domestic relationships in the U.S. made more than their husband or partner. FOX host Clayton Morris queried if having women as the primary breadwinner wasn\u2019t \u201ca problem.\u201d \u201cIsn\u2019t there some sort of biological, innate need for me to be the caveman?\u201d Morris asked out loud. \u201cGo out and bring home the dinner. \u201cIs it emasculating if we don\u2019t do it?\u201d See, folks. There is a type of people out there who still can seriously suggest, suppose, or consider that more important than paying the bills of feeding the kids, it is vital, absolutely vital not to \u201cemasculate\u201d the hubby. The entire discussion was not only silly, but demeaning of both men and women. But there you have it. In a society in which women\u2019s reproductive health considerations become an issue for religious intervention and Supreme Court discussion, while Viagra is paid for by insurance companies with no questions asked and penile pumps are covered by both Medicare and most insurance policies, the most important consideration in family life - physical, financial, and emotional - apparently is \u201care we emasculating the man?\u201d Not \u201cAre we taking proper care of the kids?\u201d Not \u201cAre we best considering the needs of our elders?\u201d Not \u201cAre we reaching out to those in need?\u201d But rather, \u201cIs dad feeling like A MAN today?\u201d Yowzah! The Fox discussion didn\u2019t end there, however. They simply couldn\u2019t leave well enough alone. Early in the following week what had originally been termed a \u201cproblem\u201d (the issue of women making more than men) had escalated into what Elizabeth Hasselbeck figured might be a full scale \u201cdisaster!\u201d \u201cAre female breadwinners a recipe for disaster?\u201d Hasselbeck queried. And her reason for asking? Apparently she uncovered a study which \u201cproved\u201d that if a woman made more money than did her husband, he would be five times more likely to cheat on her. Really??!!?? Wow! I gotta give it to FOX. In one conversation, they have manipulated the regression of an entire nation back into the Ozzie and Harriet days - or even earlier. Now, truth be known, the FOX team never actually declared high-earning women breadwinners \u201ca disaster.\u201d They were just asking. Wondering. Pondering. Food for thought, doncha know. Just putting it our there. Here\u2019s the deal. Some women are blessed with jobs that are high paying. (Far too few women, I might point out. A disproportionate number.) These women may or may not be in domestic relationships with a man who possibly earns less than she. Why is this \u201cemasculating?\u201d I honestly don\u2019t understand. Why? In a discussion between Brian Kilmeade, Hasselbeck and author Farnoosh Torabi, who wrote a book entitled \u201cWhen She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women\u201d Kilmeade actually asked \u201cIs it worth it to have the man be the second highest paid person in the house?\u201d Once again, the point was raised that more husbands are likely to cheat when wives are earning more. Marriages could break up. Is it worth it? Is making a substancial salary worth losing your husband? Are you kidding me? So, the question begs to be asked, why is the correlation between earning levels and cheating a one-way street? Why do wives who make less than their husbands not cheat more? I just don\u2019t get it. One thing is for sure, however, somebody needs to do something ... and quickly. If the FOX story is even reasonably correct, there are men in 25 percent of ALL the households in America being emasculated \u2014 AS WE SPEAK. Ladies! For the love of home, hearth, family, and your hubby\u2019s libido, give up the 73-cents-on-the-dollar that you now earn. Take a cut in pay so he can better enjoy his manhood. Oh. My. God. I can\u2019t. I just can\u2019t.