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VAWA Reauthorization Bill Must Be Drastically Amended

December 8, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act will be considered by Congress in 2019. The reauthorization bill, H.B. 6545, is dangerously flawed and must be substantially amended. It contains a definition of domestic violence that is Read More

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Parents in Prison, Kids in Foster Care

December 7, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization As Washington Post articles go, this isn’t bad (Washington Post, 12/3/18).  It raises a real issue – the parental rights of incarcerated parents – and provides readers valuable information.  But of course, this being the Post, it also Read More

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A Family Law Reform Advocate’s Letter to Santa

The following by long-time friend of NPO and staunch advocate for family law reform Paulette MacDonald. Dear Santa, My name is Paulette MacDonald and I am a Family Law Reform Advocate in Canada and that came to be once I witnessed firsthand the devastation that occurs in the hands of Read More

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Saturday Night Live Mocks Fathers in Offensive “Comedy” Sketch

December 5, 2018 by Don Hubin, PhD, Member, National Board of Directors and Chair, National Parents Organization of Ohio I like Saturday Night Live, even though I’m at an age when it would be more appropriate to call it “Saturday Night DVRed”. Sure, lots of sketches don’t work; some are complete Read More

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Child Abuse Pediatrician Testimony Rips a South Carolina Family Apart

Robbie and Jennifer Ray with their twins Evren and Elijah at Christmas 2017. Photo provided by family. By Health Impact News/Medicalkidnap.com Staff One doctor says that the ONLY way a child’s injuries could happen is by “brute force.” Other doctors can look at the same data and say that that the Read More

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Vermont Group’s Report Scores State’s Dept. of Children and Families

December 3, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization What looks like an excellent non-profit organization in Vermont has issued a report on the state’s child welfare system.  Predictably, the picture it paints isn’t pretty.  This is the first I’ve heard of the Vermont Parent Read More

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800K Children in the U.S. Missing Each Year – International Tribunal Exposes Pedophilia Problem – Victims Testify of Child Sex Trafficking and Satanic Ritual Abuse

by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News 800,000 children a year in the United States go missing, many of them being sexually trafficked through pedophilia networks where the children suffer unimaginable horrors such as Satanic ritual abuse. This number is comprised of documented cases of children gone missing, and does not Read More

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Important Shared Parenting Announcement on NPO’s Facebook Page 6 pm

Please join us tonight on our Facebook page at 6 pm EST for an important shared parenting development! We can’t say anymore right now but remember to set your alarm for 6 pm EST tonight, November 30! The post Important Shared Parenting Announcement on NPO’s Facebook Page 6 pm appeared Read More

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Washington Post Declares Family the Most Dangerous Place for Women

November 29, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The Washington Post is at it again (Washington Post, 11/26/18).  In a bid to further erode the institution of the family, the WaPo offers an article entitled “UN Finds Deadliest Place for Women is Their Home.”  The only Read More

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The Latest Study Showing Pro-Mother Bias by Judges

November 28, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization A new study in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science finds bias in judges’ rulings in child custody cases (Science Daily, 4/3/18).  Now, it’s worthwhile to note that this is a study, not of judicial behavior in Read More

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