CPF Newsletter

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Donate to CPF here!
Help us do more...

   

 


       Help support
The Fatherhood Coalition
        by using our
     Amazon Smile
donation account when
making purchases at
        Amazon

medium_Amazon smile icon.jpg

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


File:ErnestBelfortBax.JPG

A must-read:
'The Fraud of Feminism'


A younger Tolkien

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

User login

CAPTCHA
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
To prevent automated spam submissions leave this field empty.
Home | Blogs | JoeU's blog

Repeal MGL 209A (so-called ‘Abuse Prevention’ law) Campaign Kicks Off Tues., September 27!

Our effort to repeal the draconian 209A law is on track after the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ordered the Mass. Attorney General’s office to allow the initiative petition to proceed.

Under the so-called ‘domestic violence’ law many individuals are separated from their children, thrown out of their homes, forced into the court system and even incarcerated for non-violent acts and for charges without any merit. Due process rights are ignored under a law which presumes a person is guilty before any crime is committed.

The most benign actions, even unintentional ones, are considered criminal by a law destructive to normal healthy relationships within families. Signature gathering will begin this coming Tuesday.

We encourage all those who have been adversely affected by the law and all who are concerned about fair treatment of men and fathers to help collect the required 68,900 signatures from registered voters. Email support@fatherhoodcoalition.org or call 857 350-0575 to have petition sheets delivered to you.

Please spread the word through your social media.