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Month: August 2018

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

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, “for parents who cannot agree otherwise.” Because these guideline schedules have a significant effect on the schedules parents agree on and those imposed when parents do not agree, they are…

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

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 long enough to fall in love and bear a child was because of the courage of her parents to discontinue a dangerous medication for her when she was just 2-years-old….

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The Daily Independent: “Shared parenting law long overdue”

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.

Sun-Times Columnist Uninformed about Child Support System

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 subjects about which they know little.  Such a writer is Mary Mitchell, author of the linked-to piece.  Not only does she know almost nothing about child support, she’s not interested in learning.  If…

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Quincy man indicted for trafficking women for sex at Allston brothel – Boston.com

Quincy man indicted for trafficking women for sex at Allston brothel – Boston.com

A Quincy man has been indicted by a statewide grand jury after the state attorney general’s office alleged he trafficked multiple women for sex at a brothel he ran in Allston. Geekin Ng, 59, was indicted Monday on charges of trafficking persons for sexual servitude, maintaining a house of prostitution, keeping a house of ill fame, deriving support from prostitution, and money laundering, according to a press release from the AG’s office. Ng was arrested in June by Massachusetts State…

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Keith Ablow, a Good Man, a Good Doctor

Keith Ablow, a Good Man, a Good Doctor

Last March a grassroots effort was made when I contacted Dr. Keith Ablow and asked if we could retain his services privately so he would observe and report truth in lieu of the Department of Children and Families and he said YES.  Since 15 October, 2015 DCF Massachusetts have been WRONGFULLY using Dylan to solicit my performance and I have refused.  That amounts to about three years of alienation for Dylan from the people he grew up with and loved…

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Kentucky’s Shared Parenting Law Featured in the Daily Independent

Kentucky’s Shared Parenting Law Featured in the Daily Independent

There is an article in The Daily Independent on Kentucky’s first in the nation shared parenting law. A recent poll by Public Policy Polling shows that Kentuckians favor the new law, with 84% of respondents agreeing that a child would benefit from equal time with both parents. The author spoke with Matt Hale, Chairman of the Kentucky chapter of National Parents Organization, and Senator Robin Webb of Kentucky on how this bill has been one of the most popular passed this…

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Child Protective Authorities Called for Child Walking Family Dog

Child Protective Authorities Called for Child Walking Family Dog

August 27, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Another day, another boatload of tax money spent for no good reason (Reason, 8/22/18).  It’s the inimitable Lenore Skenazy again with another tale of bureaucratic overreaching, this time on the part of a Wilmette, IL child protective agency. What were they investigating this time?  An eight-year-old girl walking the family dog.  In her own neighborhood.  Within sight of her mother.  That most normal of situations was anonymously reported to the police who paid…

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Babies for Cash – How the State Abuses Infants by Destroying the Mother-Child Bond in CPS Abductions

Babies for Cash – How the State Abuses Infants by Destroying the Mother-Child Bond in CPS Abductions

Photos from a few of the stories Health Impact News has reported where infants were medically kidnapped by the state and put into foster care against the wishes of the parents. by Terri LaPoint Health Impact News A baby’s first year is crucial to a baby’s emotional and cognitive development. It is in the earliest months of life that the foundations for basic trust, security, and relationships are laid. The parent-child relationship is the environment in which that is designed to happen….

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