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27,643 People Said 'No' To Both Warren and Brown

This many voters (HDC Carson City, CA) blanked the ballot on Mass. U.S. Senate candidates Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown in the recent election. An unknown, potentially large number of them, like myself, did so because both candidates supported the sexist, anti-father VAWA law. The candidates need to oppose VAWA and simlar laws to have a chance at getting our votes in the future.

Statement by DOJ Shows VAWA and Restraining Orders Are Rigged Against Men

The following makes it crystal clear that the US Department of Justice policy does indeed have a war on men and fathers. Starting from the ideological premise that men are inherent batterers and woman victims the DOJ concludes that any incidence of reporting that runs contrary to this policy  should be "presented with sufficient evidence to confirm the correct designation of victims and their abusers." In other words, the outcome should conform with the preconcieved idea that men are guilty and women innocent. Thanks for Tami Pepperman to bringing this to our attention.

Mass. Trial Court Attempts to Keep Public Hearings on Child Support Secret

Several individuals recently contacted the Massachusetts Trial Court to obtain records (written or audio) of the public child support (CS) hearings held by the committee charged with coming up with new CS guidelines for the state. Their requests were denied however. The trial court staff has stonewalled release of the records saying they would need to review if committee members would face any liability should the records be made public.

 

On its face, such reasoning excuse is ludicrous. There appears instead to be no reason whatsoever for keeping records of a public hearing secret.