Proclamation emphasizes shared parenting

Proclamation emphasizes shared parenting

This article originally ran in the Kentucky Era In the wake of last year’s legislative approval of a law on shared parenting, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has proclaimed today Shared Parenting Day. The proclamation reflects the need for parents to share equally in parenting their children during times of divorce or separation and Kentucky’s role in highlighting the issue. Read More…

How to Untangle a Tangled Web

How to Untangle a Tangled Web

May 2, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization It’s another case in which the law makes something hard out of something easy (Indiana Lawyer, 4/30/19). Jessica Boyd and Jason Baugh weren’t married and had an off-again/on-again relationship.  During that time, Boyd gave birth to two children, both of whom Baugh acknowledged by affidavit to be his.  That constituted proof of paternity under Indiana law, so, when the two adults split up in 2010, the court ordered…

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Does Community Collapse Reduce Marriage Rates?

Does Community Collapse Reduce Marriage Rates?

May 1, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Why the retreat from marriage?  Marriage rates have been declining for years in this country, but exactly why they have remains unclear.  That’s because, while overall marriage rates are down, more affluent Americans tend to get and remain married.  Indeed, non-marital childbearing among women with a college education is about 8%, i.e. almost exactly what it was in 1960.  The decline in marriage is pretty much…

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Pregnant Mom Traveling Through Connecticut with Husband Stops at Hospital Where They Forcibly Drug her and Perform Cesarean Surgery to Kidnap Baby

Pregnant Mom Traveling Through Connecticut with Husband Stops at Hospital Where They Forcibly Drug her and Perform Cesarean Surgery to Kidnap Baby

Suzy and husband Peter Saad in Middlesex Hospital, Connecticut. Image from Facebook. by Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com staff In a story so horrendous that it reads like a Hollywood script to a movie that could only be fiction, Tennessee parents Suzy and Peter Saad have decided to go public with their story of alleged medical abuse and medical kidnapping in Connecticut. Peter and Suzy met in medical school. Image from Facebook. Peter and Suzy both have master’s degrees and were former…

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Kentucky Governor Speaks Out on First-Ever Shared Parenting Day

Kentucky Governor Speaks Out on First-Ever Shared Parenting Day

April 29, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization At the urging of NPO’s Matt Hale, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin established April 26th as Shared Parenting Day.  He issued a proclamation saying so, but went a step further saying this: “In recognition of the passage of HB 528 into law last year, I am designating April 26, 2019, as Shared Parenting Day in Kentucky.  Kentucky’s children are the Commonwealth’s most important asset, and shared parenting benefits…

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The Essence of Evil: Sex with Children Has Become Big Business in America

The Essence of Evil: Sex with Children Has Become Big Business in America

Comments by Brian Shilhavy Editor, Health Impact News Attorney John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute, has written a commentary on America’s child sex trafficking problem. It is good to see this topic, which is far more widespread than the general public knows, starting to get more exposure. However, what Mr. Whitehead fails to address in his commentary is how the vast majority of America’s children who are being sexually trafficked are coming out of our nation’s foster care…

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Texas Still Not Enforcing Visitation Rights

Texas Still Not Enforcing Visitation Rights

April 27, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization It’s sometimes amusing to watch the mainstream press grapple with family court issues.  Often enough, the MSM simply gets facts wrong.  This article doesn’t do that and it definitely tries to inform about the gravity of the situation in child custody matters (KFOXTV, 4/24/19).  Unfortunately though it reads like it was written by a reporter with too many facts and too little time to sort out what they…

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Kentucky Governor Names April 26th ‘Shared Parenting Day’

Kentucky Governor Names April 26th ‘Shared Parenting Day’

April 26, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization It was one year ago today that the Kentucky Legislature passed, by an overwhelming margin, the nation’s first equal parenting bill.  Governor Matt Bevin wasted no time in signing it into law.  Now Gov. Bevin has taken shared parenting one step further.  He’s named April 26th Shared Parenting Day.  From here on out, we’ll commemorate the importance of equal parenting on April 26th. Read More…

British Columbia Judge, Prosecutor Wink at Mom’s Fraud, Child Abduction

British Columbia Judge, Prosecutor Wink at Mom’s Fraud, Child Abduction

April 25, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization The 49-year-old helicopter pilot choked up, recalling the tightness in his chest, the shortness of breath, the panic that gripped him Oct. 20, 2016, when his son was abducted from the family home in Langley. That pilot is Demetri Urella of British Columbia.  Did mysterious, black-clad strangers enter his home and make off with his child?  Did they break down the door, grab the screaming two-year-old…

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