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Month: April 2018

The American Bankers Association is under investigation for nefarious acts against public policy and war crimes against humanity!

The American Bankers Association is under investigation for nefarious acts against public policy and war crimes against humanity!

 PUBLISHED BY THE REIGN OF THE HEAVENS SOCIETY POST ON 04-30-2018 INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE The American Bankers Association is under investigation for nefarious acts against public policy and war crimes against humanity as it pertains to September 11th, 2001 acting through and under the ‘Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA PATRIOT ACT) Act of 2001’. LINK TO OFFICIAL COPY OF INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE The official certified copy of the notice covers…

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Responses And Solutions To The Spread Of Storefront Massage Parlors – wgbh.org

Responses And Solutions To The Spread Of Storefront Massage Parlors – wgbh.org

This article is part five of a five-part series titled “The Business of Illicit Massage.” Parts one, two, three and four are also available online.  In early April, Liu Yang of Springfield and Stephen Forsley of Bernardston were indicted on sex-trafficking and money-laundering charges for their alleged role in running fake massage parlors in Springfield. The two, according to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, ran prostitution-related businesses – the Day Spa and the Health and Relaxation Spa — that were allegedly fronts for human trafficking. The defendants…

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Journal of Divorce and Remarriage Summarizes Science on Shared vs. Sole Parenting

Journal of Divorce and Remarriage Summarizes Science on Shared vs. Sole Parenting

April 29, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The war among social scientists over shared parenting took on a new front recently with the publication of a special issue of the Journal of Divorce and Remarriage. Its topic is the latest research on a number of aspects of shared parenting. It was edited by Dr. Linda Nielsen and includes articles by such luminaries as Richard Warshak, Michael Lamb, Sanford Braver, William Fabricius, Malin…

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Warshak: Five Shoddy Arguments Against Parental Alienation

Warshak: Five Shoddy Arguments Against Parental Alienation

April 27, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Professor Richard Warshak has a new and thoughtful post on his Facebook page in celebration of Parental Alienation Awareness Day. He does what so many have found the need to do – address the false claims of those who seek to convince others that parental alienation either doesn’t exist or is a sinister ruse by abusive fathers to deny to “protective” mothers the custody of…

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History in the Making! Equal Parenting in Kentucky!

History in the Making! Equal Parenting in Kentucky!

April 27, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization History was made yesterday.The National Parents Organization helped make it.Kentucky became the first political entity inthe history of the English-speaking world to establish a legal presumption ofequal parenting post-divorce.From nowon, all parents who divorce in the state will know that, absent unfitness, ahistory of abuse or domestic violence, they are entitled to equal parentingtime with their children. Let me say it again:this is a first.It…

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NATIONAL PARENTS ORGANIZATION LEADS THE EFFORT IN SECURING PASSAGE OF LANDMARK KENTUCKY SHARED PARENTING LAW

NATIONAL PARENTS ORGANIZATION LEADS THE EFFORT IN SECURING PASSAGE OF LANDMARK KENTUCKY SHARED PARENTING LAW

April 26, 2018 Thanks to Kentucky legislators and Gov. Bevin, Kentucky now leads the nation in protecting children’s best interests when parents divorce or separate. The historic moment arrived on Thursday, April 26, when Gov. Matt Bevin signed HB528, a bill stating equal parenting time is best for children. “April 26 goes down in history as the day Kentucky became the first true shared parenting state in the United States. Kentucky, more than any other state, can now say it…

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Shared parenting bill moving through legislature

Shared parenting bill moving through legislature

“Keep your eye on Missouri shared parenting HB1667! National Parents Organization’s MO Affiliate Chair, Linda Reutzel, and her members spearheaded the effort to introduce this issue to Rep. Kathy Swan back in 2014, and continued their campaign to educate the public and legislatures about the need for shared parenting and the need to pass this important bill.  We applaud Rep. Swan for her support of HB 1667. NPO will continue to watch as this moves up to the Governor’s Office…

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Why Fatherlessness is Such a Scourge

Why Fatherlessness is Such a Scourge

April 26, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization And who better than Warren Farrell to explain why fatherlessness is so important (Daily Caller, 4/24/18)?  Farrell of course is the man who’s been sounding the alarm about that very topic for longer than anyone else on the planet. Farrell’s piece comes within the context of Terry Brennan’s DC series on fatherlessness.  It just so happens that Farrell’s just published a book entitled The Boy Crisis,…

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Mom Who Lost 2.5 Years of Her Children’s Lives While They Were in Foster Care Seeks Attorney to Fight Corruption in Arizona

Mom Who Lost 2.5 Years of Her Children’s Lives While They Were in Foster Care Seeks Attorney to Fight Corruption in Arizona

The Coumpy family, before Arizona DCS tore their family apart. Aprilli declined to provide more recent photos because she wants to keep their pictures off of social media to protect them. Photo provided by Aprilli Coumpy. by Health Impact News/Medical Kidnap Staff The Coumpy children are finally back home. Their mother, Aprilli Coumpy, has lost over 2 years of her children’s lives, time that can never be replaced. And like most children who are taken away from their families, the Coumpy children are…

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Does Parental Alienation Require Special Courts?

Does Parental Alienation Require Special Courts?

April 25, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Today is Parental Alienation Awareness Day. As such, it’s with great pleasure that I read this article by two New Jersey family lawyers about PA (New Jersey Law Journal, 4/23/18). The two grasp the fact and nature of parental alienation, understand that it constitutes a virulent form of child abuse and urge their colleagues and judges to take action to stop it when they first…

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