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Connecticut slaughter and the myth of a “good divorce”

Published on January 3, 2013 By SiteEditor

From: ChristianGovernance eletter, January 1, 2013

In response to the recent Connecticut school slaughter, the Family In America published the following note:

The Family in America – December 20, 2012 The Topic: “For Children, Divorce is Always Bitter”

The News Story: “In divorce, mom had authority over Conn. shooter”

Did McGuinty gov’t kill man over a measly $4,000?

Published on November 18, 2010 By SiteEditor

National Post – Nov. 16, 2010
Debtor’s prison for dads
By Barbara Kay

Last week Ontario announced it will begin impounding cars of fathers who fall behind in their child support payments. What, are mere licence suspensions not driving enough men to despair?

Daddy Dalton’s thugs bludgeon Ontario fathers

Published on November 12, 2010 By SiteEditor

National Post – November 9, 2010
Courts get a new way to discriminate against fathers
By Barbara Kay

“They throw guys in jail for non-support all the time, and when they do, the guys serve the whole 30, 60 or 90-day sentence (the term keeps lengthening), even though cocaine dealers routinely get out of jail after serving half their time.”

Unemployed single mothers should lose their children…

Published on November 11, 2010 By SiteEditor

Received via email (Something to think about in terms of the reforms necessary to law and public policy to end all incentives to marriage break-up and unmarried parenthood)…

Ontario’s Family Responsibility Office (FRO) is a star-chamber government agency, enforcing ever more draconian laws – taking debtors prisons right out of Dickens’ time. It is an abomination, and every province has its equivalent. The most sickening fact is that these laws are enforced disproportionately harshly against the unemployed and the uneducated – precisely those who cannot speak for themselves.

Divorce insurance – There is fault in divorce

Published on November 8, 2010 By SiteEditor

Every honest Canadian knows that there is fault in divorce and that the party that is victim to the one who wants to break his contract/covenant deserves redress. No fault divorce is one of the cruelest schemes ever foisted on people by a corrupt government. In an attempt to introduce some measure of redress for fault, people are now experimenting with a bizarre product called divorce insurance.

Divorcing women should be forced to pay money back

Published on October 8, 2010 By SiteEditor

From the archives, but just as relevant today…

Written over 9 years ago…
The Guidelines, Myth and F.A.C.T.
By Karen Selick

Divorce – The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience

Published on October 1, 2010 By SiteEditor

LifeSiteNews.com – September 30, 2010
Divorce — The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience
By Albert Mohler

Note: Albert Mohler is the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary – the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world.

Egypt still takes divorce seriously

Published on September 29, 2010 By SiteEditor

LifeSiteNews.com – September 27, 2010
Egyptian Coptic Pope Shenouda III Fined For Stand Against Divorce
By Thaddeus M. Baklinski

CAIRO – The Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court has issued a decision requiring Orthodox Coptic Pope Shenouda III to pay damages of approximately 19,500 Egyptian pounds to church member Magdi William who sued the Coptic Church over its refusal to issue a certificate to re-marry after he divorced his wife.

No-fault divorce a greater threat to marriage than homosexuality

Published on September 22, 2010 By SiteEditor

LifeSiteNews.com – September 21, 2010
No-Fault Divorce a Greater threat to Marriage than Gay ‘Marriage’: Expert
By James Tillman

According to Dr. Stephen Baskerville, professor of political science at Patrick Henry College and author of “Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family,” the government “is engaged in a direct assault on the family” that is causing family breakdown – which in turn allows government to reach into yet more areas of civil society under the pretext of solving the problems that the breakdown of the family creates.

Abusive judicial incompetence in Ontario’s family law system?

Published on September 20, 2010 By SiteEditor

September 17, 2010
Ontario Law Reform Commission Gives Family Law Process a Failing Grade

Ontario’s Law Reform Commission has come down hard on the family law system in that Province. After surveying over one hundred participants in the family law process, including lawyers, judges, mediators, social workers and psychologists, the Commission does not have a lot of good things to say about how family law is done in Ontario.