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Due Process

Vladek Filler faces political imprisonment while persecuting ADA Mary Kellett may go unsanctioned after disciplinary hearing

October 13, 2012

NCFM NOTE: Despicable cronyism at it’s blatant worse. It’s hard to dig up enough words to describe this sham under the guise of justice. The people of Maine are paying huge salaries for district attorneys to persecute rather than prosecute. Maybe the label “Damn Yankees” is appropriate here. How come the citizens of Maine...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Discrimination Against Males, Domestic Violence Industry, Due Process, Feminist Jurisprudence, Government Programs for Women, Horrible, Paul Elam | 2 Comments »

The OCR’s Newest Target: Xavier University

August 3, 2012

NCFM note: more challenges to protecting due process on college campuses… and elsewhere. If you would like to help us establish NCFM chapters on college campuses please contact us. In his 1946 linguistic critique, Politics and the English Language, George Orwell wrote that one must “let meaning choose the word, not the other way...
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Posted in Court Cases, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Due Process, Education, Feminist Jurisprudence, Government Programs for Women, Supremist, Universities | 1 Comment »

Access to justice — a panel discussion re Turner v. Rogers and ramifications for child support

July 31, 2012

Panel Sponsored by Office of Child Support Enforcement and Department of Justice Access to Justice Initiative (Also see: “A panel of experts discusses the critical messages from Turner v. Rogers and its implications for child support. Turner v. Rogers requires states in civil contempt proceedings to provide procedures that ensure a fundamentally fair...
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Posted in Child Support, Courts Appellate, Discrimination Against Men, Due Process, Progress | 8 Comments »