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Feminist Jurisprudence

NCFM letter to San Diego Superior Court Judge Robert J. Trentacosta re Dad bashing poster

September 13, 2012

September 12, 2012   ROBERT J. TRENTACOSTA PRESIDING JUDGE San Diego Superior Court Main Courthouse THIRD FLOOR 220 W. Broadway San Diego, CA 92101   Dear Judge Trentacosta,   I am president of The National Coalition For Men. NCFM is a nonprofit educational organization that raises awareness about how sex discrimination adversely affects men...
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Posted in Abused Man, Activities, Corruption, Courts Family, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Divorce, Feminist Jurisprudence, Feminist Spin, Harry Crouch, Man Bashing, Sexism | 10 Comments »

NCFM Member Elijah Ward on Family Court corruption, Thomas Ball, driven to suicide, the Committee on Redress of Grievances, a serial, “How We Began”

September 4, 2012

NCFM NOTE: Elijah Ward will be reporting on the progress of enlivening Committees of Redress of Grievances or whatever they may be called state by state. After reading this you might consider looking at your state constitution to see if it allows for and or established such an entity. The Committee in New Hampshire...
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Posted in Activities, Corruption, Discrimination Against Men, Elijah Ward, Fathers' Day, Feminist Jurisprudence, Government Programs for Women, Horrible, Judges, Supremist | 9 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 »