F.A.C.T. brings you the news .......recent news items of interest and some old ones
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Rise up men, and overthrow the queen of the hearth
Sunday, October 1, 2000, Shirley Conran, The Sunday Times
'Men will never be proper fathers until women stop telling them how to do it'
Children 'must have equal access' to both parents after divorce
Sunday, October 8, 2000, David Bamber, The Daily Telegraph
What wonderful news!
Court okays child seizures
Saturday, October 14, 2000, David Roberts, Globe and Mail
You thought YOU had children? Think again...they belong to the government, just like you money does.
Monday, October 16, 2000, Editorial, National Post
It is not just the Supreme Court....the Provincial Government of Ontairo now also wants to be able to take your children whenever they want.
The heartbreak of the unwanted child
Thursday, October 26, 2000, Pamela Bone, The Age (Melbourne)
Children in emergency care -- but also a push to victimise other children by removing them even from loving parents. State victimisation is no worse than personal victimisation -- personally there is a chance of appeal, a chance of caring..
Man who set judges at odds is jailed
Saturday, October 21, 2000, Jill Mahoney, Globe and Mail
The judges went at each other without him. See March-April 1999 listings for more details of the case.
Ewanchuk sentenced to one year in jail
Friday, October 20, 2000, Jill Mahoney, Globe and Mail
Supreme Court injustice cost a many of another year of his life. The decision in this case says that women are never responsible....but only it appears so you can send a man to jail -- and in the Supreme Court's case without hearing a single witness and ignoring that all the trials before it got there acquitted Ewanchuch.. It was only the federal government-sponsored hate groups that could afford to bring this case so far.
Election issues can ruin good policy
Saturday, October 21, 2000, John Ibbitson, Globe and Mail
Outlining the introduction of the oppressive and unconstitutional Bill 117 then, of course, ignoring it. It is bad policy. However, it does illustrate just how similar and short-sighted politicians are -- this particular policy is what took any thought of electing Lyn McLeod out of Ontarians, and they elected the Conservatives who promised not to do this, and to use common sense. It is apparent that politicians do not have any sense or any honour. These hypocrits need to go.
Teen pregnancies drop to 13-year low: report
Saturday, October 21, 2000, Globe and Mail
But, for the first time abortions account for more foetus's than do live births. This study is of the 15-19 age group.
Dirt and domestic anarchy
Thursday, October 19, 2000, Catherine O’Brien, The Times
'Simon Carr is a single father who believes that boys thrive without too many rules.'
Why more women stray
Wednesday, October 18, 2000, Jenny Forsyth and Sharon Hendry, The Sun.
As if this stuff didn't always happen. Where have these people been? (and NO!!! don't eat off of them)
Grits assail public's right to know, bureaucrats threatened, agency says
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Ian Jack, National Post
The Privacy Commissioner only just got around to this after 8 years of "deez guys"?
Ottawa bent on secrecy, watchdog says
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Shawn McCarthy, Globe and Mail
So how hard is it to fire a teacher?
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Margaret Wente, Globe and Mail
Everyone can see the bias and the double standards. But there is no justice for these children, there is no justice for the adults. Welcome to Ontario.
Role of surrogate spouse unhealthy for child
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Sheldon Walker, Globe and Mail
We usually don't post this type of Q&As, but this one is just so relevant to so many of our members and their children, we wanted to remind us all. However, Mr. Walker's advice is more inclined to result in a false allegation and jail time for this dad that it may not be a great solution....as if there is any help for these children any more.
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Clayton Ruby, Globe and Mail
Wow...Rudy after justice!! Be impressed....he really must have thought this was as bad as we know (or he has a client who is about to be affected).
Arbour displays Supreme confidence
Monday, October 16, 2000, Kirk Makin, Globe and Mail
Arbour stands up to the rest of the bigots in stating that trickery and fraud are not valide police tools for extacting information.
Death-row investor fights for share of $2M
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Paul Waldie, National Post
He studied the stock while on Death Row...and his ex wants it all NOW! Must be worried that he might be able to pay for an appeal.
Marchers sing a tired refrain
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Donna Laframboise, National Post
They must be tired from that government-paid bus ride, and eating all the government-paid food, while that their pay cheque is still paid due to the miracle of government funding.
One in ten believe their lives are not worth living
Monday, October 16, 2000, Sally Pook, The Daily Telegraph
UK stats that look pretty reasonable for here too. Strangely, although it is on most of their reference links, they do not mention that a high proportion of these are involved in divorce and separation -- either as a victimised parent or a victimised child.
(Too) great expectations
Monday, October 16, 2000, Patricia Pearson, National Post
Fox's new game show "I Want a Divorce". Watch how low society has sunk to make lives a joke.
Dozens of convictions jeopardized
Tuesday, October 17, 2000, Kirk Makin
A. G. Flaherty worried that some of those men his crown lawyers have bulldozed and wrongly convicted might have the change at justice.
For Richer or Poorer: Putting it in writing
Saturday, October 14, 2000, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, The Globe and Mail<
Interesting article on pre-nups. Unfortunately they are routinely ignored in Ontario unless they give the wife too much.
Marriage centre aims to cut courtship guesswork
Friday, October 13, 2000, Francine Dubé, National Post
Answer a little questionnaire and see if you too will be bound for a life of poverty, being deprived of your children, and watching judges, lawyers and other professionals suck your life out of you! Do they give guarantees?
Teacher on abuse registry still in class
Friday, October 13, 2000, Christie Blatchford, National Post
Parents aren't as biased about the abuser's gender as the board...they just want their chidlren safe. Get the pervert out of there!
British Columbia: Men fight for rights, in skirts
Friday, October 13, 2000, National Post
The protest was right across the country, and the Post covered only Nanaimo? Well, better than most of the rest.
Rape-shield protections upheld
Friday, October 13, 2000, Globe and Mail
The Supreme Court again upholds that justice is available only for women if she make sexual allegations -- true or not. (Note: they struck rape from the books years ago, and called it something else so they could pump up the figures.
Rape-shield law upheld by high court:
Friday, October 13, 2000, Luiza Chwialkowska, National Post
Supreme Court again endorses that justice is not for men. A wonderful bunch of disconnected and senile old fogies, aren't they?
Single parenthood and the bottom line
Wednesday, October 11, 2000, Donna Laframboise, National Post
So who pays for whose mistakes? "Poverty" for single parents is pretty well predictable.
Protecting voters from democracy
Monday, October 9, 2000, George Koch, National Post
Just read it.
Superwoman bites the dust
Friday, October 6, 2000, Elizabeth Nickson, National Post
"Today's single women have no desire 'to have it all.'" They just want a man??!!
"Elderly man who said he was sexually assaulted by maid awarded damages"
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Susan Hiller, National Post
An elderly man was raped to gain immigration status is made to pay child support, and finally it is recognised. The punishment? The judge made her pay back part of his Old Age Security pension that she had seized. Justice in Canada for an old war vet?
When the accused is the victim
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Margaret Wente, Globe and Mail
False allegations and the destruction of a man - a retired counsellor.
Killaloe woman pleads not guilty in husband's killing
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Peter Hum, The Ottawa Citizen
Cherrylle Dell pleads not guilty to the murder of her ex-husband in poisoning by anti-freeze case. We will follow this one.
'Mrs. Robinson' slew hubby, ex-lover: Cops
Wednesday, March 15, 2000, Jason Cumming, Toronto Sun
"A bisexual "Mrs. Robinson" allegedly laces her hubby's wine with antifreeze and then is accused of convincing a teen to kill her former lesbian lover on the eve of a trial where she was to be the star witness."
Woman faces second murder charge in death of female friend
Tuesday, March 14, 2000, Joanne Laucius, National Post
One husband, one lesbian lover killed. Hmmm....looks like a sentence for the lover's murder is coming.
Police probe lawyers' dispute
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Lawyers get hot, heavy and unprofessional in a child support case. They start accusing each other of what is normally left to blame on the husband -- all over who was going to run the photocopier, it appears.
Stock millions exempt from child support
Monday, October 2, 2000, Cristin Schmitz, The Ottawa Citizen
Wait a second here. Stock options are not worth anything because they have not been (and may not be able to be) exercised. Nor are they the "recurring income" required to be used under the guideliens. Should SHE include the jackpot amount of the lotteries for which SHE owns tickets? This type of distortion is typical from those with an agenda and no idea of reality -- we should be glad a judge wised up.
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