The only thing unusual about this story is Gary Treistman’s willingness to take a public stand. More people need to.
What’s the best way for a rapist to avoid jail time in Australia? Have your victim’s child. (It works in other countries too.)
Dr. Edward Kruk continues his series on the reality and damages of parental alienation, this time on both the alienated and alienating parent.
Professor Edward Kruk looks at the damage done when a child is taught to hate or treat one of their parents with contempt: it’s an insidious form of child abuse.
Vicki Turetsky is the commissioner of the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) and, within the understandable parameters of that job, a very good one. As with any bureaucrat, she’s limited in what she can accomplish, but Turetsky has always demonstrated a balanced understanding of the child support system. She’s no “higher support orders …
State-mandated child support services rarely help men or women. They mostly help themselves.
Destroying children’s access to their fathers hurts not just the fathers, but most especially hurts those children. This day on International Men’s Day, Elizabeth Hobson, daughter of a single mother, notes just how important fathers are.
A speech at the United Nations Human Rights Commission shows that in Israel, it’s no different than countless other countries.
In November, North Dakota voters will have the chance to approve an Equal Parenting Custody law. Hannah Wallen has the details on another crack in the anti-father armor.
Next Tuesday could be the best day for children in North Dakota history—and the start of something vital for the rest of America.