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Ever wonder how that
Massachusetts judge
who took your children
away and stripped you
of your house and assets
got to sit on the bench?
All judges were approved,
usually by unanimous,
vote, by the Governors
Council at a public hearing.
The audio for their
hearings over the last
couple of years can be heard here:

Courtesy of Patrick McCabe


A must-read:
'The Fraud of Feminism'

A younger Tolkien

J.R.R.Tolkien, author
of 'Lord of the Rings',
on Marriage

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Mass. Trial Court Attempts to Keep Public Hearings on Child Support Secret

Several individuals recently contacted the Massachusetts Trial Court to obtain records (written or audio) of the public child support (CS) hearings held by the committee charged with coming up with new CS guidelines for the state. Their requests were denied however. The trial court staff has stonewalled release of the records saying they would need to review if committee members would face any liability should the records be made public.


On its face, such reasoning excuse is ludicrous. There appears instead to be no reason whatsoever for keeping records of a public hearing secret.

So Long, For Now, To One Supporter of the Sexist, Anti-father VAWA Law - Scott Brown

 SO... did the ‘Blank the Ballot campaign’ by men and fathers for the US Senate race in Massachusetts have any role  to play in Scott Brown’s defeat?

An open letter to Scott Brown: Why I'm Blanking the Ballot

http://brontis3rdrail.blogspot.com/2012/11/an-open-letter-to-scott-brown... An open letter to Scott Brown: Why I'm Blanking the Ballot Guest Op-Ed from the Zedman (ZedmanZee@gmail.com) Dear Scott Brown If the current polls hold up on Election Day, you will no longer be my senator. Based on the direction of your campaign after the past few weeks, it would be a safe guess that your staff’s post-mortem will dwell on the margin of female voters. What could you have done differently that would’ve decreased that margin by just a few precious percentage points? You co-sponsored the reauthorization of VAWA. You reminded us again and again how you are “pro-choice”. You support the Lilly Ledbetter Act.

Two Great Candidates for Governor's Council Next Tuesday -Earl Sholley and Mike Franco

Two Great Candidates for Governor's Council Next Tuesday
Earl Sholley in District 2 (West and Southwest of Boston) and Mike Franco in District 8 (Western Massachusetts)

Below is a statement of support for Mike Franco from Mike Fetcho of Canton. Most, if not all, of the reasons for voting for Mike Franco also stand true for Earl Sholley.
Remember to get out and vote next Tuesday!


Warren and Brown Both Support Sexist, Anti-father VAWA Law 'Blanking the Ballot Only Option'

Warren and Brown Both Support Sexist, Anti-father VAWA Law
              'Blanking the Ballot Only Option'

US Senate candidates Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown sing the same tune on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and both leave no doubt on how they will treat men- Warren will favor putting innocent fathers in jail while Senator Brown, this year, has already voted to do so.

Romney's Amazing Statement: "Not familiar with VAWA"

Speaking of restraining orders in Massachusetts where 25-50,000 so-called 'domestic violence' orders are issued every year Romney said, " I don't recall a case of a law of this kind where it interfered with the rights of parents where it seemed to be out of keeping". An amazing statement coming from the former governor of Massachusetts!

Vote 'Yes' on Question 2 - Amendment to New Hampshire Constitution

This is a great first step to rein in the out of control judiciary. Vote 'Yes' on 2!

Vote to Amend New Hampshire Constitution! Wow!

NH referendum to allow legislature to have voice in court rules. Kudos to Reps. Avard and Itse. Vote 'Yes' on 2! "The amendment makes the courts accountable to the people."

The judicial system on 'Behind the Scene' with Hector Montalvo

National award winner Hector Montalvo asked some common sense questions on this show.


'Speak Up' with NH Rep. Kevin Avard on Family Court Problems

Rep. Avard is doing good work with this referendum question CACR26 in November to allow the NH legislature to have the last word on court rules. If you live in NH please be sure to vote in favor! http://www.nhliberty.org/bills/view/2012/CACR26