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War on U.S. homeschoolers escalates thanks to Supreme Court

March 27, 2012
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State can snatch kids thanks to Supreme Court by Bob Unruh  Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after spending nearly three decades writing on a wide range of issues for several Upper Midwest newspapers and the Associated Press. Sports, tornadoes, homicidal survivalists, and legislative battles all fell within his bailiwick. His scenic photography has...
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Posted in Child Abuse, Courts Appellate, Discrimination Against Males | 1 Comment »

NCFM causes the California Legislature to do an end run around the state constitution re the non election of judges

January 20, 2012
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NCFM NOTE: Don’t let anyone tell you that a small group of concerned citizens can’t scare bureaucrats, even judges, into circling their wagons. Unfortunately, they usually have all the big guns and can blow huge holes in any laws threatening their closed club… by John Van Doorn Previously, San Diego NCFM members circulated petitions...
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Posted in Action, Courts Appellate, Courts Civil, Courts Criminal, John Van Doorn, Legislation Bad | 2 Comments »

Attorney says the Turner v. Rogers Supreme Court case good for child support payors

September 30, 2011
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Attorney Sam Assini provided commentary to ACFC on the Turner v. Rogers Supreme Court decision rendered earlier this year concerning the incarceration of indigent child support obligors. This is an excellent article. Mr. Assini asserts that the decision provides some safeguards for payors. Well worth the read. If you are interested in children or fathers’...
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Posted in Child Support, Courts Appellate, Courts Family, Criminal Sentencing, Discrimination Against Males, Progress | No Comments »