[T]he facts are clear . . . Disturbingly, intimate partner homicide is the leading cause of death for African-American women ages 15 to 45.Item: The Federal Department of Health and Human Service's Center for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ("Your Online Source for Credible Health Information"), leading causes of death for African-American women ages 15-45, most recent year available (2007):
source: CDC (custom age-range query; chart from link on 15-45 age group)
Item: "Homicide" covers all murders, both those committed by intimate partners and those by friends or strangers.
Item: Christina Hoff Summers in USA Today, February 4, 2011:
Holder's patently false assertion has remained on the Justice Department website for more than a year.Conclusion: Remember President Obama's Inaugural Address vow to "restore science to its rightful place"? Neither do I.
How is that possible? It is possible because false claims about male domestic violence are ubiquitous and immune to refutation.