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Ever wonder how that
Massachusetts judge
who took your children
away and stripped you
of your house and assets
got to sit on the bench?
All judges were approved,
usually by unanimous,
vote, by the Governors
Council at a public hearing.
The audio for their
hearings over the last
couple of years can be heard here:

Courtesy of Patrick McCabe


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A must-read:
'The Fraud of Feminism'


A younger Tolkien

J.R.R.Tolkien, author
of 'Lord of the Rings',
on Marriage

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The newsletter of The Fatherhood Coalition-working to stop the war on fatherhood since 1995.

Ron Paul - The Best Presidential Candidate for Men and Fathers

In 2005 Ron Paul was one of only four US Representatives to vote against re-authorization of the sexist and discriminatory Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Two-hundred and fifteen representatives voted in favor of the bill. Ron Paul has spoken out against VAWA, Title IV and the use of federal funds for state child support programs. He is by far the best presidential candidate for men and fathers and, by extension, all families and children.

Ron Paul - The Only Presidential Candidate Who Will Protect the Rights of Men and Fathers

In 2005 Ron Paul was one of only four representatives to vote 'No" on reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). In 2007 he was asked his views on VAWA and Title IV,  His vote and his answers in the video make it clear that Ron Paul is the best presidential candidate in 2012 for men and fathers to support. 

 

 

 

Download the 'Petition to Repeal 209A'

THIS PETITION EFFORT WAS CONDUCTED IN 2011. WE HOPE TO RESTART IN 2013. PLEASE CHECK BACK NEXT YEAR!

 

The petition to 'Repeal 209A' can be downloaded here in .pdf form.