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Ever wonder how that
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who took your children
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of your house and assets
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All judges were approved,
usually by unanimous,
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A must-read:
'The Fraud of Feminism'


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J.R.R.Tolkien, author
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JoeU's blog

Misandry - Men Don't Exist

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Male Psychology - Interviews with Angry Harry and Erin Pizzey

'Men will not help other men'-Erin Pizzey

'Women in relationships tend to behave like terrorists'- Erin Pizzey

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Massachusetts Judicial Nominations a Sham

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Fatherhood Coaltion Withdraws from the Governor's Working Group on Child Centered Family Law

His Excellency, Governor Deval Patrick

Massachusetts State House
Office of the Governor
Room 280
Boston, MA 02133                                               October 8, 2013

Your Excellency,

The Fatherhood Coalition is withdrawing as a participant in the Governor’s Working Group on Child Centered Family Law.

We write to express our dissatisfaction with the Working Group.

Shared Parenting and Abuse Prevention Due Process Petitions!

Following an injunction issued by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court the Secretary of State's office will prepare two Initiative Petitions for shared parenting and due process rights in abuse protection cases. Signature gathering is excpected to begin by the end of the week (Sept. 20, 2013).

The shared paremnting petition would mandate a presumption of shared equitable custody when parents divorce while the abuse prevention petition would require that all due process rights of civil law be applied in abuse prevention cases.