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NPO Study Prompts Ohio Counties to Update Parenting Time Rules July 16, 2019 by Don Hubin, PhD When we think of success in promoting shared parenting, the image that often comes to mind is NPO’s stunning success in Kentucky. There, Matt Hale led a successful movement for a dramatic legislative Read More

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Scottish First Minister Derided for Her Claim of ‘First Mammy’

February 18, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization When you’re the First Minister of Scotland, as Nicola Sturgeon is, apparently you think you can peddle patent nonsense to the people you supposedly represent and they’ll buy it, no questions asked (Express, 2/17/19).  That’s what Sturgeon did Read More

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WaPo Discovers Men and Their Problems

January 21, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization From the paper that brought us “Why Can’t We Hate Men?” comes this (Washington Post, 1/18/19).  It’s written by former New York Times journalist Andrew Yarrow and verges on the excellent.  It’s not excellent for reasons I’ll go Read More

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WaPo: Absolving a Female Filicide of Responsibility

January 4, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The Washington Post is at it again (Washington Post, 1/1/19).  In the linked-to article, the Post pulls out all the stops to reinforce the notion that men, but not women, are dangerous to their families and kids.  The Read More

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Italy to Become First Nation with Presumption of Shared Parenting?

October 24, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Is it possible that, with all that’s been written and said about shared parenting in so many parts of the world, that it will be Italy that leads the way?  It is.  Indeed, it appears likely. Read More

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Legal community prays for peace, justice at annual Red Mass – Georgia Bulletin

Photo By Michael AlexanderStanding among his fellow adjudicators during the Oct. 11 Red Mass, Judge Trent Brown III, center, of the Georgia Court of Appeals, gazes upon the large crucifix that hangs behind the altar at Sacred Heart of Jesus Basilica, Atlanta. Atlanta Published October 18, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ Read More

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Turkey: Enabling Mass Illegal Migration into Greece – Gatestone Institute

A recent surge of illegal migrant arrivals has put the Greek city of Thessaloniki in crisis. “Dozens of migrants have turned Aristotelous square in the center of Thessaloniki to a makeshift camp,” with many “sleeping in the open.” Pictured: The Idomeni migrant relocation camp, near Thessaloniki. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Read More