Bits and pieces of campaigns, events, studies et al
Guests, members we have been traveling for decades to this point. Please write a letter to President Obama, your Congressman your Senators, your state and local elected people.
Ask your friends to do so. We can not promote fatherhood by denigrating fathers. We can not promote fatherhood by incentivizing single motherhood.
Savings is gone, child obesity is now a problem. The electronic baby-sitter is dragging children’s learning down.
Contact President Obama here: Contact the White House | The White House
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Mr. President I can not accomplish this in 2,500 characters. I will add hyperlinks to reasonable documents.
We can not promote Fatherhood by denigrating Fathers. We can not promote Fatherhood by incentivizing single motherhood. We can not raise test scores, personal savings or diminish childhood obesity by incentivizing single motherhood.
-Mandatory DNA testing at child birth.
-reduce SSA funding for single mothers
-reduce VAWA funding antimisandry.com - Articles Dads of Michigan WordPress.com http://saveservices.com Boys and Girls Learn Differently!: A Guide for Teachers and Parents
view the letter here Can we leave the world a little bit better - how we do it... - Blogs - antimisandry.com
or this post: http://antimisandry.com/campaigns-ne...8-a-16028.html
Or this one: http://antimisandry.com/facts-figure...tml#post217804
Or this one: http://antimisandry.com/discriminati...ism-31669.html
Childhood obesity: Should parents of obese kids lose custody? | West Michigan DADSUnited States Senators U.S. Senate: Senators Home
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I understand some dislike the Pyschaitric profession and others dislike studies. I understand that when someone establishes common sense through a study, it could cause the reader to feel like kicking the wall or pucking on the floor. It is what it is, misandry is not about common sense, antimisandry is therefore being patient and persistent we help the world to return to common sense. Increasing involvement of fathers in child welfare services Research suggests that African American children in the child welfare system come from predominately single parent households, the majority of which are headed by mothers.127 Efforts to increase the involvement of fathers, especially non-custodial fathers, in prevention services may help stabilize these families so that further child welfare system involvement is unnecessary. In addition, involving fathers expands the potential supports for the mother and child because of the father’s kin network. In general, there is very little research on the role of fathers in child welfare cases; and the existing research tends… entire report is herehttp://cid-f857c19df628db60.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Parenting/Kids%20need%20DADS%20read%20page%2036.pdf The excerpt, above, is found on page 36