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Happy Labor Day!

September 3, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Today’s the day we celebrate the contributions of the men and women who work every day to make everyone’s life easier, better, fuller and safer. We probably should do it more often. A few weeks ago Read More

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Child Support and Equal Parenting: Bolch Hasn’t a Clue

September 2, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Continuing from Friday with the latest Bolch fiasco. Bolch pretends that, since money is fungible, there’s no way we can ascertain what a custodial parent is spending her child support money on. Of course if we Read More

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Ayanna Pressley Seeks Her Political Moment in a Changing Boston – New York Times

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — It’s not a sight you see every day, certainly not around Boston — a black woman mounting a plausible challenge to a 10-term white congressman from her own party, a politician with vast connections who votes the progressive line and opposes everything Trump. But here was Ayanna Read More

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Bolch on Child Support

August 31, 2018 by Robert Frabklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization No sooner do I deal with the ignorance of Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mary Mitchell on the subject of child support than our old friend and punching bag John Bolch chimes in on the same subject (Marilyn Read More

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Here’s how some Mass. newspapers are endorsing candidates in key races – Boston.com

Massachusetts voters will head to the ballot box on Tuesday, Sept. 4, to nominate Democrats and Republicans in a wide variety of — and a few very competitive — primary elections. But before then, some of the Bay State’s newspapers have taken to their opinion pages to write out their views on Read More

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Traffickers, cybergangs and paedophiles: a genuine threat or a fuzzy narrative surrounding displaced Rohingya? – Open Democracy

Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Masfiqur Sohan/NurPhoto/Sipa USA/PA Images. All rights reserved. The forced migration of the Rohingya (referred to as Bengali in Myanmar) has received much attention since communal violence erupted in Myanmar in 2012. Most of the coverage has focused on the reasons for flight and the conditions needed for Read More

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National Parents Organization Ohio Family Court Study Reveals Severe Inequity in Parenting Plans

National Parents Organization has completed a study—the first of its kind—of the parenting time guidelines of each of Ohio’s 88 county courts of domestic relations. These guidelines are intended to guide divorcing parents in setting a parenting time schedule for their children and, often, are explicitly presented as default schedules, Read More

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How Medical Tyranny Through Forced HIV Drugs Destroyed a Child’s Life and Killed His Mother

Lindsey beat all the odds growing up, but Mayo Clinic and CPS threw her a curve ball she was not able to overcome. Photo supplied by family. by Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com Staff When Lindsey Nagel gave birth to her son Rico, she recognized that the only reason that she had lived Read More

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The Daily Independent: “Shared parenting law long overdue”

Ashland, Kentucky newspaper The Daily Independent published this staff editorial calling Kentucky’s first in the nation shared parenting law “long overdue.” We agree and thank the staff at The Daily Independent for joining the shared parenting movement and recognizing what is best for children. Read the entire editorial here. The post Read More

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Sun-Times Columnist Uninformed about Child Support System

August 29, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents OrganizationThis article begins with this sentence (Chicago Sun-Times, 8/27/18): It boggles my mind that last year in Illinois, parents owed almost $900 million in child support. Here’s what boggles my mind: experienced writers who choose to write about Read More

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