The National Fatherhood Summit in Grand Rapids was a two day event January 3rd and January 4th, 2008. Here are some pictures and just a few comments for you all. The event was an overwhelming success that drew a crowd from all over the nation.
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Friday, February 1. 2008
Thursday, September 20. 2007
CRISPE, Dads and Moms of Michigan, the Family Rights Coalition, A Child’s Right, Children Need Both Parents, Fathers for Equal Rights, Fathers-4-Justice, Parents for Children, Children’s Rights Council invite you to join us in defense of the traditional American family at this historic rally at our State Capitol during Equal Parents Week. Over 40% of Michigan’s population is being micro-managed by the family court system with disastrous consequences to our children, families and the state economy. Help transform Michigan from a wasteland of broken families into a promised land of healthy families and community renewal.
House Bill 4564, a bill to ensure equal parental responsibility, will result in a presumption of joint custody for fit parents and equal access for children to both their mother and father. Hearings on this bill are expected this fall. Your attendance at this rally will send a strong message in support of HB 4564 and serve as a demonstration of our will to be equal parents to our children.
The Equal Parents Week Rally has been organized to bring to the attention of our legislature, our executive branch, our judiciary and the general public that Equal Parenting is a civil rights issue whose time has come. America’s success was built on strong family bonds and the recognition that both a mother and a father are essential to raising healthy, moral and well adjusted children.
Thursday, August 9. 2007
UPDATED FOR DCFESTIVAL2008.ORG
Observe this video with the following philosophy in mind. A helpless family with their child walking through life being attacked by the family court system (the lions) with child psychologists, lawyers, and social workers trying to get their piece of the pie (the crocodile) and what happens when the calvary returns (the Family Preservation Festival 2008)!!! Now do you see the similarities between nature and the family court system? Watch the movie all the way through and see the horrible truth of what happens to a child, but bear in mind that some good can come out of it when the reinforcements arrive. Join the reinforcements in Washington D.C. to fight the family court system and get our children back. Check out http://www.dcfestival2008.org for more information about the festival on August 15 & 16, 2008.
Monday, August 6. 2007
Saturday, July 28. 2007
Monday, May 21. 2007
Saturday, February 24. 2007
More and more groups are taking a stand for their children to have equal access to both parents without further state intrusion and incredible bureacratic taxpayer waste. As many of you know, child custody cases are driven by Federal incentives for the States to arrive at two conclusions: 1. Create an absent parent whether or not there was one before. 2. Create a Child Support Court Order for State Bureacracies to enforce. These two predetermined conclusions allow the States to collect massive federal block grants by forcing the over-participation of middle and upper-class feuding families in the Title IV-D welfare programs.
These bureacratic agencies want more of your tax money and will continue to break up families at taxpayer expense unless you stand up for your children and ask that legislators reduce available funding so that agencies provide services only to actual needy families instead of abusing the programs for State revenue generation at taxpayer expense.
Wednesday, February 14. 2007
Dearborn — A local parents' rights group has pledged its support for a Jordanian American who filed a federal lawsuit in January against the Michigan Department of Human Services.
You can visit their website at: http://www.parentsforchildren.net
You can attend their next rally this Friday, February 16, 2007 by contacting their organizer via telephone at: 313-999-6685 for more information or showing up at:
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