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Married Couples Happier, More Committed to Each Other than Cohabiting Ones

February 15, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization When I was a young man, the “Counterculture” informed me and all of my cohorts, both male and female, that marriage was “just a piece of paper” and that no such piece of paper could improve Read More

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Southern Baptist Church: Leader in Foster Care and Adoption – Home to Pedophiles

This collection of mug shots includes a portion of the 220 people who, since 1998, worked or volunteered in Southern Baptist churches and were convicted of or pleaded guilty to sex crimes. Image source. Comments by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News Southern Baptists are the largest Protestant Christian denomination in Read More

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CPS HUMAN TRAFFICKING EVERYWHERE
CPS HUMAN TRAFFICKING EVERYWHERE
CPS HUMAN TRAFFICKING EVERYWHERE
CPS HUMAN TRAFFICKING EVERYWHERE
Massachusetts Human Trafficking

Quillette: APA Guidelines Based in Ideology, Unethical, Unhelpful to Men in Need

February 14, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The response in Quillette by 12 practicing and academic psychologists to the APA’s Guidelines for Psychological Practice for Boys and Men breaks down into four primary areas of criticism.  Briefly, the Guidelines are (a) not based in science, Read More

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Quillette Lays Waste the APA Guidelines

February 13, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization I return now to the APA’s Guidelines for Psychological Practice for Men and Boys.  I’ve already done a couple of pieces on them and much, much has been written elsewhere, almost none of it complimentary.  But Read More

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Attorney: Child Abuse Pediatricians Aligned with Child Protective Services Destroy Innocent Families

Texas MEDCARES grant recipients represent a subset of the overall victim population. The incredibly high substantiation rate among these providers should raise red flags and questions of whether a confirmation bias is at work among child abuse pediatric teams. Source: Texas Public Policy Foundation Comments by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact Read More

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