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Thursday, April 27. 2006
John R. Cole is both an employee of the 17th Circuit Court in Kent County and the Director of the Kent County Office of the Friend of the Court, which is a judicial agency that has found a nice little niche market serving Judges, Referees, and court created “custodial” parents by aligning themselves together against the court created “non custodial” parent. The County of Kent, through contractual agreements between the Judges, County, and the State of Michigan’s Department of Human Services worked out a deal to get as much federal funding as possible by artificially increasing participation in a special welfare program known as Title IV-D, often disguised as child support enforcement originally intended to offset cash assistance recipients. This program now only serves to subsidize one parent’s lifestyle at the expense of the other parent in nearly all cases and universally leads to the diminishment of one parent to the advantage of the other parent over a course of time.
Kent County’s Title IV-D manufacturing line is a free-for-all welfare spending program that is harming our elderly by not having eligibility requirements for people being forced to participate in the affirmative-action modeled programs. The Kent County Title IV-D assembly line also hurts children by artificially subsidizing one parent at the sole expense of the contesting parent. The discrimatory actions sponsored by the Kent County Family Court system demands the reduction of the role that one parent plays in their own children’s lives in order to maximize funding and give the appearance that intervention is required. Since the program pays Kent County Circuit Court and the County based on participation numbers and then the subsequent enforcement against the newly created obligors, these officials salivate at the prospect of adding parents to the Title IV-D welfare rolls to increase their own federal funding and pay the growing bills associated with such a large welfare operation. The operation of Kent County Friend of the Court is similar to most affirmative-action programs that set reverse discrimination as the standard and artificially elevates one class above the other as a form of “equitable” relief and quota production line. The problem lies in the need to keep adding new members to each class of parent or risk having to cut jobs in the oversized beuracracy. The important factor here is that the 17th Circuit Court, the County, and the Friend of the Court receive financial rewards for expected outcomes and the subsequent enforcement of the expected outcomes. In fact, they are rewarded for the creation of and collection from the parent that has been diminished in the lives of their children.
Now enter Dawn Swafford and Kelly Van Dyken earlier this year that have started the “local chapter of ACES” with hopes to use the national grassroots name of ACES to further the agenda of increased income to single-mothers as a primary goal at the expense of the other fit parent that helped create the child. Grand Rapids ACES is claiming the money is really for the children. After reviewing public statements by Dawn Swafford and Kelly Van Dyken on their local Grand Rapids ACES website they released a message to the public, which although very poorly written, demonstrated their views toward men as parents. They start off with a title “ “What you don’t know could hurt your children!” and then immediately to “Men’s rights activist[s] feel as though they should be granted unlimited access to their child while continuing to fail in their responsibility to financially support these children.” This statement is pretty clear, that these women feel that children should be raised only by one parent and have their personal income supplemented as a result. They should simply remove the word children and put their own name in the sentence above to demonstrate the true intentions of their organization. Common sense says a man that has unlimited access to a couple’s children would already be providing for the care, custody, and upbringing, including bearing the expense associated with the couple’s child while in his care. This is why women in organizations such as Grand Rapids ACES fear equal custody rights, because they will lose their free subsidy from the other parent and have to go out and work to pay their own way as well as support their own quality of life without the benefit of free subsidies or disguised welfare claimed by them in the name of the couple’s children.
Another important public statement published by Grand Rapids ACES founders is that “Stand up now for your legal rights to collect child support, to protect your children from an abuser and the right to raise your child in a secure environment.” Kelly and Dawn definitely show their true colors here and are trying to jump onto the domestic violence wagon. Really all they demonstrate with such a statement is that without welfare through either Title IV-A cash assistance or Title IV-D their members cannot even support their own children in a secure environment and try to blame men for their own obstructions to obtaining self-sufficiency. Kent County Judges and the Friend of the Court know that this is true and are furthering social welfare policy instead of the rights of children that are solely derived through the parents. Using children as a source of income for both Kent County Circuit Court Judges and their employees, as well as a source of income for otherwise low-income wage earners is certainly only in their own best interests as demonstrated by comments made by Kelly and Dawn in their public messages as well as John R. Cole's public support of these women.
Kent County Friend of the Court, John R. Cole, and the 17th Circuit Court Judges support organizations like Grand Rapids ACES publicly as seen from statements made by Cole to the Grand Rapids Press and published in January 2006. “Every comment they (Kelly and Dawn) made is true to one degree or another” and “Cole supports groups like ACES.” Take a look at who Kent County is supporting and why they are supporting them. This public support by Cole on behalf of his employer speaks volumes as to why one parent’s role is diminished and then forced to subsidize the artifically elevated parent’s standard of living. This public support by Cole also helps maintain a massive unionized beauracracy that starts at the gateway, the Kent County Circuit Court Judges. By supporting organizations like Grand Rapids ACES, Kent County is sending out the message they are going to continue to align themselves with groups such as ACES and encourage the diminishment and deprivation of otherwise fit, willing, and competent parents from having a meaningful and equal role in their children’s lives, with the intent to skew participation numbers to obtain more federal subsidies.
Women have struggled for over a century to get out of the house and find work, but now have taken on the role that they should be able to raise children on their own, get free day care to liberate them, get a free subsidization from the other parent for the apparent burden they suffer from having to be a parent, and then not allow the other parent to participate in the actual true upbringing of the children. Dawn and Kelly show by their actual public statements that they want to enjoy maximum financial benefits of raising children and none of the actual burdens associated with being a parent. Kent County Circuit Court has shown that they are just in it for the money and, through their own employees, will support any group that helps promote justification of publicly sanctioned discrimination. John R. Cole and the 17th Circuit Court Referees and Judges can keep their growing annual paychecks with each forced indentured servant that wants to raise their children. When you look at the fact that Kent County Circuit Court received over $4.2 Million in 2006 to promote discrimination it is easy to see that only their own special interests are served and the children are forgotten and deprived of a fit, willing, and competent parent.
Saturday, April 22. 2006
Doug DeMoss was arrested on Friday April 21, 2006. The complete Press Release is located here: http://www.laryholland.com/serendipity/pages/ddemoss.html. It looks like another big lawsuit will be coming against Iosco County Friend of the Court.
A complete pod cast is located . (7min 21secs: 9mb download: April 22, 2006)
For more information contact either Lary Holland at 989-764-5920 or KrightsRadio.Com at http://www.krightsradio.com.
Monday, April 17. 2006
Social Security was originally intended to provide a safety net for our most vulnerable American Citizens. "In Just 10 years, spending on the elderly will total nearly $1.8 trillion, almost half the federal budget, according to new Brookings Institution and Congressional Budget Office projections. That is up from 29 percent in 1990 and 35 percent in 2000"1
In the Social Security Act you are finding more and more programs that lack proper eligibility requirements to protect the funding source for our nations elderly and needy. Currently, the government imposes a 12.4% tax on the first $94,200 in income earned by every worker in the United States to contribute to the Social Security Fund. Programs that lack eligibility requirements therefore are fully funded by the United States tax payer as well as no longer being limited to just the needy populations the programs were originally intended for.
Wednesday, April 12. 2006
Kent County Residents are going to be in for a big suprise as moves are slowly made to add more Judges, Referees, Clerks, and Secretary staff to Kent County's payroll. Simply put... as Federal Block monies dry up, Kent County's Welfare for the Affluent programs, provided exclusively by the Kent County Friend of the Court and its' Referees, will be stuck with numerous tenured union employees that will impose huge financial burdens on the local residents, causing skyrocketing property taxes. Prepare for increased property taxes as Federal Block Grants dry up, some cuts have already been made that will take effect 2006-2007.
Listen to today's (2.2mb 2min 20secs April 12, 2006) for more information on how to protect Kent County's at-risk population by preventing the forced inclusion of the middle-class as a primary recipient of Title IV-D welfare services at tax payer expense.
Friday, April 7. 2006
Kent County, Michigan and Kent County Circuit Court (17th Judicial Circuit) benefit from diminishing the role that one parent plays in their child's lives by trying to convince you of flimsy gender empowerment theories and most of all because Kent County Judges and their employees are paid to have a predetermined outcome and keep the money flowing.
Click the link to hear the . (3 mins 50 sec/ Recorded April 7, 2006)
Click this link (15 minutes / Feb 2006) to hear the Interview given to Krights Radio regarding a paper that I co-authored on Social Security, Child Support Enforcement, and How Judicial Discretion is impaired in Child Custody Cases because of huge incentives.
Simply put, Kent County is profiting from destroying families which means that kids will graduate from family court, to juvenile court, to criminal court. Destroy the family, you destroy the country. Vladimir LLyich Lenin regarding Communist Goals. So one must imply that Kent County is run by rogue Communists.