The Guardian – Wrong, Biased on Child Support

Massachusetts Human Trafficking
May 10, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

Sigh.  The Guardian never seems to disappoint.  If you’re looking for a one-sided anti-father screed, The Guardian is usually happy to comply and this article is no exception (The Guardian, 5/8/19).

The subject is child support; the point of view: fathers are a sneaky lot who bend heaven and earth to avoid paying child support; this leaves custodial mothers living in poverty; and the child support bureaucracy is no help.

Needless to say, only one father is interviewed and he’s pretty happy with his situation.  That leaves all the complaining to be done by mothers and others who criticize the system.

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