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NCFM President Harry Crouch on radio panel discussing domestic violence

February 26, 2013
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NCFM President Harry Crouch on radio panel discussing domestic violence

Several years ago, in 2005 to be precise, the Faith Based Subcommittee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council, of which I was a member, developed Safe Faith Place Communities, a nondenominational domestic violence information, education, referral and awareness program. We developed a comprehensive handbook, a glossy multi-page brochure to include a full page...
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Posted in Activities, Domestic Abuse/Violence, NCFM on radio, VAWA | 2 Comments »

NCFM fax to US Representatives and Senators encourages them to seriously reform VAWA…or dump it

February 9, 2013
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NCFM fax to US Representatives and Senators encourages them to seriously reform VAWA…or dump it

SERIOUSLY REFORM VAWA OR LET IT GO Here’s a sampling of how men are protected from domestic and sexual violence through VAWA:  MEN ARE denied basic due process denied a presumption of innocence denied equal treatment under the law denied the right to a fair trial denied the right to confront accusers denied the...
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Posted in Action, Activities, VAWA | 4 Comments »

NCFM Press Release “NCFM CALLS FOR EQUALITY IN SELECTIVE SERVICE” since women can now officially service in combat

January 23, 2013
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NCFM Press Release “NCFM CALLS FOR EQUALITY IN SELECTIVE SERVICE” since women can now officially service in combat

130123 NCFM press release re selective service and women in combat Women in combat… Ok. Women in combat… now. Women in combat… then register for Selective Service too. Women in combat Women in combat Women in combat Women in combat
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Posted in Action, Activities, Conscription, Discrimination Against Men, Harry Crouch, Marc Angelucci, Esq., Military, Press Release NCFM, War Against Women | 5 Comments »