Heritage Foundation report strongly suggests that VAWA sucks

April 20, 2012
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Heritage Foundation report strongly suggests that VAWA sucks

Talking Points Under the U.S. constitutional framework, police power is reserved to the states, and all states have laws to protect all citizens from crimes against them, including domestic violence against women. The battle against domestic violence shouldbe waged, and paid for, primarily at the state and local levels. The reauthorization bill for the...
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NCFM helps bring ethic charges against Prosecutor Mary Kellet

April 14, 2012
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NCFM helps bring ethic charges against Prosecutor Mary Kellet

This is HUGE news from Maine re Prosecutor Mary Kellet. Bar Counsel Scott Davis has filed formal ethics charges against Mary Kellett.  This is a very serious and rare action by the Bar Counsel and Board of Overseers. While it is not all we hoped it would be, it is definitely a historic action...
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Caring Romantic American Boys are saying “NO” so they don’t get screwed after having sex

April 14, 2012
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Caring Romantic American Boys are saying “NO” so they don’t get screwed after having sex

By JAMES TARANTO An odd recent New York Times op-ed by sociologist Amy Schalet touts the rise of, as the headline puts it, “Caring, Romantic American Boys.” Schalet, who studied American high school sophomores (along with Dutch ones) for a forthcoming book, reports that “boys behaving more ‘like girls’ in terms of when...
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U.S. News and World Report Poll confirms people don’t want the reauthorization of VAWA

March 27, 2012
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U.S. News and World Report Poll confirms people don’t want the reauthorization of VAWA

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Teri Stoddard Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: tstoddard@saveservices.org Poll: Most Don’t Want Violence Against Women Act Washington, DC/March 27, 2012 — The broader American public opposes reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, according to a U.S. News and World Report poll that shows Americans think the law is ineffectual and unjust. Stop...
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VAWA — Senator Leahy’s Violence Against Women Act reauthorization bill — threatens the loss of even more due process

March 27, 2012
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VAWA — Senator Leahy’s Violence Against Women Act reauthorization bill — threatens the loss of even more due process

Troubling Provisions Being Added to the Violence Against Women Act ( VAWA ): Due Process Rights Threatened by Hans Bader on March 23, 2012 · Provisions are being added to the 1994 Violence Against Women Act that could undermine due process on...
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Masculinity And The American Male

March 26, 2012
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Masculinity And The American Male

Masculinity And The American Male From the Western Center for Journalism: My six year old first grader is wide-open, 100 mph from dawn until dusk.  He overflows with energy, laughter and excitement.  He also sits in school a good portion of the day.  Kameron, like other rambunctious little boys, has trouble sitting hour after...
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Unseen Injustice – drummed out of the United Stated for wanting to see his children…

March 26, 2012
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Unseen Injustice – drummed out of the United Stated for wanting to see his children…

Unseen Injustice In today’s world of political correctness and empowerment of women, the rights and freedoms of men have been downgraded to the point that they are now considered a second class citizen in the eyes of the US civil court system. The unforeseen consequence that resulted is the breakup of the American family,...
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Texas Paternity Fraud: I’m Not the Father So Why the Child Support? Progress!

March 16, 2012
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Texas Paternity Fraud: I’m Not the Father So Why the Child Support? Progress!

Texas paternity law was recently changed regarding the need to correct paternity mistakes with DNA testing. March 15, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — What if a man has been named the father of a child, but has to pay child support because he missed court or was misled into signing a paternity statement without a DNA...
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NCFM Mexico Liaison Robert Yourell asks, “Could a Feminist be Good for Your Love Life?”

March 3, 2012
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NCFM Mexico Liaison Robert Yourell asks, “Could a Feminist be Good for Your Love Life?”

by Robert Yourell NCFM Liaison Baha, Mexico Here is some research that looks at stereotypes about feminists. I have been saying that men’s Rights advocates that display black-and-white thinking (among other things) harm the credibility of the movement. Maybe this little survey can help that type of guy inhabit a more complicated world. Unfortunately, it...
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