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NCFM’s lawsuit against the Selective Service System scheduled for oral arguments

January 28, 2020
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Oral argument in NCFM v Selective Service will be on March 3, 2020 at Tulane University in New Orleans, in the morning session. Sometimes courts of appeal send their interesting public interest cases to law schools or universities for students to watch, like when they sent our attorney and Vice-President Marc Angelucci to the...
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NCFM Thank You, We’re Here Because of You

October 10, 2016
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NCFM Thank You, We’re Here Because of You

NCFM Thank You, We’re Here Because of You      
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NCFM Chicago Chapter Member Lori Debolt, Feminism, #MeToo and Guilty After Being Proven Innocent

February 15, 2020
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NCFM Chicago Chapter Member Lori Debolt, Feminism, #MeToo and Guilty After Being Proven Innocent

19 was a crazy, good time in my life! And Dallas was the perfect place to escape to and “find myself”. After bowling one night, and I’m sure this last minute, unplanned road trip was more alcohol induced than anything, my friends and I drove down to the coast of Galveston. The exact same...
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NCFM, Women Industries News, Tiffany Carr $750K per year to run domestic violence programs

February 14, 2020
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NCFM, Women Industries News, Tiffany Carr $750K per year to run domestic violence programs

Another Example of Glutenous Greed in Domestic Violence Programs – Florida DV CEO Under Investigation for $750K+ Salary By NCFM Over the years, NCFM has reported on a number of examples of excess and greed in how taxpayer funds are being misused for domestic violence programs and shelters. Tiffany Carr, the CEO of the...
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NCFM, Johnny Depp appears to be innocent of Amber Heard’s accusations of abuse

February 12, 2020
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NCFM, Johnny Depp appears to be innocent of Amber Heard’s accusations of abuse

Audiotape reveals actor Johnny Depp’s ex-wife Amber Heard committed domestic violence against Depp, not the other way around. February 9, 2020 by NCFM In the sometimes bizarro world of Hollywood and it’s never ending stream of colorful characters, some very interesting news slithered out. Actor Johnny Depp made world news in 2016 when his...
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, Loving Men/Respecting Women

February 6, 2020
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NCFM Chicago Chapter President Tim Goldich, Loving Men/Respecting Women

Feminism often works emotion; in this essay I will respond in kind. I will imagine myself falling through the air, legs spread wide. I land on a two-by-four plank of wood. My testicles are crushed; my agony, indescribable. I now imagine an audience erupting with laughter. At times, that’s how it feels to be...
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NCFM Carolina’s Chapter Greg Josefchuk met with the Office of Management & Budget regarding Secretary DeVos’ proposed new Title IV regulations

February 1, 2020
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NCFM Carolina’s Chapter Greg Josefchuk meets with the Office of Management & Budget regarding Secretary DeVos’ proposed new Title IV regulations

  Greg Josefchuk, President of NCFMCarolinas, had a teleconference meeting Thursday, January 30, 2020, with the Office of Management & Budget to review NCFM’s position on Secreatry DeVos’ proposed new Title IX regulations. These revisions are critically important since under the Obama Administration the Department of Education issued an implied threat to post-secondary education...
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NCFM Member Jim Jackson, ENTITLED PHILOGYNY

January 30, 2020
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NCFM Member Jim Jackson, ENTITLED PHILOGYNY

I suppose everyone feels some sort of entitlement on occasion. However, the current social Zeitgeist shouts that men feel entitled to everything, and women—nothing. This is nonsense. If anything, most entitlement is owned by women. But since women seem to like to put all negative qualities onto men, entitlement gets unjustly tagged as male....
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