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Posts Tagged ‘ domestic violence ’

Update on Eric Holder and the false information that remains on the DOJ website

January 16, 2014
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Update on Eric Holder and the false information that remains on the DOJ website

NCFM NOTE: Hats off to the American Enterprise Institute for another article about Attorney General Eric Holder‘s apparent inability to get the numbers right. It appears he’s spewing ideologically driven data unsupported by reality… Update on Eric Holder and the false information that remains on the DOJ website Mark J. Perry | January 15,...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Double Standarad, Feminist Spin, Obama Administration, Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

Biting the Cultural Imperialism that Feeds You, I-VAWA spreading misandry across the globe

January 7, 2014
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Biting the Cultural Imperialism that Feeds You, I-VAWA spreading misandry across the globe

NCFM NOTE: One of our major supporters made this comment, “I-VAWA is not a matter of national security. It will not make Americans safer. It is not in the vital interests of the United States of America. I-VAWA is an aggressive attempt to redesign the attitudes, laws, and institutions of foreign nations in order...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, I-VAWA, Legislation Bad, Other, War Against Men | No Comments »

NCFM Member Omar Sharief new e-book “Ortega Sunday” suicide not the answer

October 26, 2013
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NCFM Member Omar Sharief new e-book “Ortega Sunday” suicide not the answer

NCFM NOTE:  Ortega Sunday is a heart-felt work about abused men and the last option, suicide. It’s a worthy read and might help others help those they care about, including themselves. More a short story than a book this is a great read and available at Amazon for download as an e-book,  $5 and 10%...
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Posted in Abused Man, Other, Perps Female, Suicide | 1 Comment »

Porky VAWA Immigration U-VISA Senate Bill may get dumped by the House… let us pray…

September 3, 2013
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Porky VAWA Immigration U-VISA Senate Bill may get dumped by the House… let us pray…

NCFM NOTE: One of our Washington insiders and Voice of Immigration Fraud Victims Activists, David Root, thinks the House of Representatives will not go along with the Senate to increase in U-Visa quotas, which are substantial. There’s reason to believe that other than anti-male ideology that drove the Senate version earlier this year that the...
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Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments »

Joseph Kerr wasn’t prepared for an abusive wife–and the systems in place to help weren’t ready either.

August 31, 2013
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Joseph Kerr wasn’t prepared for an abusive wife–and the systems in place to help weren’t ready either.

  NCFM NOTE: Below is a must read article from the Good Man Project. Just yesterday I spoke with another active duty soldier. Married over 15 year, with three children, his borderline disordered wife with one official military finding of being abusive, he knew not what to do. The last time she attacked him he...
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Posted in Abused Man, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Double Standarad, Feminism Supremist, Feminist Hypocracy, Feminist Jurisprudence, Military, Perps Female | 4 Comments »

Saudi Arabia Bans Domestic Abuse (Because It Hadn’t Already)

August 29, 2013
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Saudi Arabia Bans Domestic Abuse (Because It Hadn’t Already)

NCFM NOTE: Saudi Arabia’s Council of Minister’s just outlawed domestic violence at home and in the workplace, that is domestic violence against women. What’s missing? Apparently there are no abused men in Saudi Arabia? Not even one man abused by a woman? Wow!  Who knew? That’s about to change dramatically. The Saudi’s just gave...
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Posted in Abused Man, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Double Standarad, Employment Women, Government Programs for Women, International, Legislation Bad | 1 Comment »

State Representative AND domestic violence advocate Brenda Kupchick arrested in family fight…nah, yes, really, go figure, hey(!), it happens!

August 26, 2013
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State Representative AND domestic violence advocate Brenda Kupchick arrested in family fight…nah, yes, really, go figure, hey(!), it happens!

NCFM NOTE: Domestic violence…well,  ”It’s a family matter; it’s personal,” said her husband…”You don’t know anything about the situation,” said Kupchick’s sister Fabrizi… “Every family has occasional disagreements,” said State Rep. Brenda Kupchick, “I will always put the best interests of my family and my family’s children first,” she added… really? Might be considered denial...
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Posted in Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Perps Female, Victim Female | 2 Comments »

MUST READ: EJF newsletter – The Low-Road to Disaster – Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D

August 16, 2013
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MUST READ: EJF newsletter – The Low-Road to Disaster – Advocacy Research by Charles E. Corry, Ph.D

Introduction     Fifty years ago scientific studies were presumed to have been completed under carefully-controlled conditions with the best available methods, analysis, and review applied to the data before publication. Scientific rigor thus generated public trust. The work and accuracy of engineers is plainly evident. If a bridge falls, an airplane crashes due to...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Advocacy Research, Charles Corry | 1 Comment »

NCFM Award Winner BARBARA KAY: KFC’s ‘hot shot bites’ ad campaign leaves me cold

August 14, 2013
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NCFM Award Winner BARBARA KAY: KFC’s ‘hot shot bites’ ad campaign leaves me cold

NCFM NOTE: Canadian national columnist Barbara Kay takes on slap happy Kentucky Fried Chicken ads! It’s just a matter of time now. Just a matter of time before Uncle Sanders rises from the grave and thumps those that have sullied his name by promoting female violence against men. Just a matter of time… don’t...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Double Standarad, Media Bias | No Comments »

NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda recommends reading “Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men”

July 11, 2013
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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda recommends reading “Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men”

Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men. By David N. Hafter. Philadelphia: XLibris, 2006. www.growingballs.com. 172 pages. Price varies. California marriage and family therapist has written what is apparently his first book, a life guide for young men between the ages of roughly 15 to 25. It’s a genuine gem. Hafter manages to find...
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Posted in Action, Activism, Divorce, Health Men, Marriage, Steven Svoboda, Esq. | No Comments »

NCFM calls for closer scrutiny of violent women who abuse men in light of Travis Alexander’s murder by Jodi Aris

May 9, 2013
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NCFM calls for closer scrutiny of violent women who abuse men in light of Travis Alexander’s murder by Jodi Aris

  Press Release San Diego, California, May 9, 2013 Contact: Marc Angelucci, Esq., NCFM Vice President, marcangelucci@hotmail.com   626-319-3081 SUMMARY: Travis Alexander’s murder by Jodi Aris was horrific by any measure. It may not have happened if more attention were paid to female perpetrators and their male victims.  In light of the tragic murder...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Marc Angelucci, Esq., Perps Female, Press Release NCFM, Victim Male | 5 Comments »

NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen on domestic violence not due to masculinity…

April 27, 2013
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NCFM Australian Liaison Greg Andresen on domestic violence not due to masculinity…

 Domestic violence NSW Rape Crisis Centre executive officer Karen Willis repeats the discredited claim that domestic violence is about masculinity (”Mosman woman’s death puts spotlight on domestic violence”, April 26). Research shows domestic violence is most prevalent among young people and is linked to social disadvantage, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health issues, and...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Australia, Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Greg Andresen | 1 Comment »

…the most definitive research about intimate partner violence on the planet…

April 24, 2013
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…the most definitive research about intimate partner violence on the planet…

Gender and Racial/Ethnic Differences in Criminal Justice Decision Making in Intimate Partner Violence Cases The Partner Abuse State of Knowledge Project Manuscripts and Online Data Base Overview of Findings by the Authors Springer Publications   Introduction: Over the years, research on partner abuse has become unnecessarily fragmented and politicized. The purpose of The Partner...
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Posted in Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Other | 8 Comments »

Jamie Cox, Domestic Violence Betrayed

April 19, 2013
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Jamie Cox, Domestic Violence Betrayed

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BETRAYED By Jamie Cox, M.Ed. The accusation that blows the whistle on domestic violence is a life changer.  When valid, it can restore and rebuild a life.  When it’s a lie, it will rape and ravage.  Jails for the criminals and jails for the accused. While false accusations may not escalate to...
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Posted in Domestic Violence, Education, Jamie Cox | 1 Comment »

NCFM Advisor Richard Davis, Evidence Based Practices

April 19, 2013
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NCFM Advisor Richard Davis, Evidence Based Practices

NCFM NOTE: Mr. Davis is a leading domestic violence researcher, author, retired police officer, and college instructor. This article is well worth the read if you are interested in evidence-based practices for the Domestic Violence Industry. If the introduction below interests you the complete paper is online at http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474981868751 Evidence-Based Practices By Richard Davis Evidence-based...
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Posted in Action, Best Practices, Domestic Violence, Richard Davis | 2 Comments »

Changing the Domenstic Violence Scene — MOVVE

March 25, 2013
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Changing the Domenstic Violence Scene — MOVVE

CHANGING THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SCENE Denial was always the reality protecter that insulated the family from the truth.  Her boys never said anything and her husband’s voice never once uttered what his eyes revealed.  After all, who could acknowledge a mother abusing her sons.  It was those soccer parents witnessing what Pat was doing...
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NCFM Vice President Marc Angelucci invited guest speaker about domestic violence at El Camino College

March 25, 2013
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NCFM Vice President Marc Angelucci invited guest speaker about domestic violence at El Camino College

On 3/25/13, NCFM’s Vice President, Marc Angelucci, was an invited guest speaker before a Sociology class of about 30-40 students at El Camino Community College near Redondo Beach, California.  The Professor had invited Angelucci to speak about male victims of domestic violence and particularly NCFM’s legal victory in Woods v. Horton (2008) 167 Cal.App.4th 648, which held it is unconstitutional to...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Education, Marc Angelucci, Esq., NCFM in the news | 2 Comments »

Anti-male House of Representatives approves anti-male Senate version of the Violence Against Women Act” (VAWA)

March 5, 2013
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Anti-male House of Representatives approves anti-male Senate version of the Violence Against Women Act” (VAWA)

NOTE: For those of you who insist that VAWA is gender neutral and inclusive how is it that it’s the Violence Against Women Act?  Think about it… This well written article by Michael Conzachi was being considered for publication by the Los Angeles Times, which then declined to run it. It’s interesting that the...
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Posted in Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Uncategorized, VAWA | 8 Comments »

NCFM Member Joe Manthey, “Blaming Men Doesn’t Solve Domestic Violence”

March 1, 2013
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NCFM Member Joe Manthey, “Blaming Men Doesn’t Solve Domestic Violence”

Lately our community has been bombarded with a United Nations (UN) claim that “One In Three Women On The Planet Will Be Raped Or Beaten In Her Lifetime.” The UN fails to cite any sources for this claim and the latest UN report Prevention of violence against women and girls. Report of the Secretary-GeneralE/CN.6/2013/4...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Domestic Violence Industry, Feminism's Myths, Feminist Spin, NCFM in the news, VAWA | No Comments »

NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) ignores reality

February 21, 2013
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NCFM Advisor Gordon Finley, Ph.D, VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) ignores reality

    The above letter was faxed to 396 members in the House of Representatives and 96 U.S. Senators. For various reasons beyond our control 160 of the 492 faxes sent did not reach the intended recipients. We’ve heard that Speaker of the House John Boehner (R) has been persuaded to soon introduce for a...
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Posted in Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Gordon Finley, Ph.D, VAWA | 2 Comments »