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Posts Tagged ‘ father’s day ’

NCFM Adviser Warren Farrell, PhD, Opinion piece in the Washington Examiner, Rediscovering fatherhood in the plague year

June 16, 2020
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by Warren Farrell June 16, 2020 12:00 AM Few Father’s Days could be more important than the one approaching. COVID-19 is a crisis that will require the strengths of dad and the family to restore the nation to full economic prosperity. Similarly, the racial crisis will not be solved until fatherlessness and the consequent...
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Blast from the Past, NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, PhD, COMMENTARY: A father’s legacy

June 10, 2019
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NCFM NOTE: With Father’s Day fast approaching remembrances are in order for all the good fathers who for eons have raised children who carry on the love and duties of caring parents from one generation to another. It’s unfortunate, tragic actually, that in what are suppose to be civilized societies that fathers are now...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter, “Here I sit…nada”

June 18, 2016
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Here I sit early evening the day before Father’s Day. Usually, by now, I have finished whatever is it that moved me to write a Father’s Day article for anyone who wanted to read it. Usually, by now, I have had some sort of epiphany and words begin to flow around some central theme....
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