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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter

June 19, 2015
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NCFM President Harry Crouch Father’s Day letter

By NCFM As usual, I’ve waited until the last-minute to wish us all a Happy Father’s Day, not sure why, too many thoughts perhaps. I spent much of last Saturday with my son, grandson, daughter-in-law, and good friend Julie B. at the San Diego County Fair in Del Mar. Carter, my grandson is almost five....
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NCFM President Harry Crouch’s wish to you for the happiest of Father’s Days

June 14, 2014
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NCFM President Harry Crouch’s wish to you for the happiest of Father’s Days

Here’s wishing that you and yours have the happiest of Father’s Days. Unfortunately, many children won’t see their Dads and many Dads won’t see their children. This last week, like every week, I spoke with several Dads whose children won’t be with them, won’t be with them because the mother of the children took...
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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
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NCFM Member Elijah Ward on Family Court corruption, Thomas Ball, driven to suicide, the Committee on Redress of Grievances, a serial, “How We Began”

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 »