April 12, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization
Here at National Parents Organization, we argue for equality in parenting time for Mom and Dad when they divorce. We do that for many good reasons. Equality is good for kids, good for fathers, good for mothers, good for society and good for the public purse. I’ve said that many times, but there’s another reason to argue for equality. Generally speaking, equality under law and as a matter of public policy is better than inequality. After all, just what is the argument in favor of bias, particularly bias based on sex?
That brings me to this article that, in addition to its many other shortcomings, has a very difficult time grasping the concept of equality between husbands and wives (Brides, 3/16/18). As if that weren’t enough, it also fails to notice the screamingly obvious.