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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review: Epiphanies: Second Thoughts about Feminism for Egalitarians

March 28, 2022
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Epiphanies: Second Thoughts about Feminism for Egalitarians.Edited by Neil Lyndon. Amazon Kindle, 2020. 198 pages. No price on book but Amazon.com gives price as $3.69. Review by J. Steven Svoboda. Disclaimer: I have long admired Neil Lyndon and was fortunate enough to meet him in London in 2018, which led to me contributing my...
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NCFM Mr. Manners Solves the Genders Wage Gap (satire)

March 26, 2022
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Dear Mr. Manners: When we talk about the wage gap for full time workers, do we mean the $65,902 median income white families earn compared to the S126,705 earned by India Americans (List of ethnic groups in the United States by household income)?  Meaning, white families earn about 52 cents for every dollar of those American’s who...
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NCFM is Denied Records by the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office in the Case of Kit Martin and Files an Appeal and Response

December 6, 2021
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December 4, 2021 By NCFM As our readers who have been following the case of Major Kit Martin, in late September we filed two open records act requests with the Office of the Kentucky Attorney General.  We posted those requests in article on September 27th:https://ncfm.org/2021/09/news/courts-news/court-cases/ncfm-files-open-records-requests-with-the-kentucky-attorney-general-in-the-wrongful-conviction-of-christian-kit-martin/ After some initial email exchanges between NCFM and the...
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