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Men's Divorce Centre unlikely to succeed
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, Michelle Jacobs, Edmonton Sun
Edmonton's token turkey manages to be biased while ridiculing that there is any bias. Hopefully sometime her mouth and brain will meet.
Study seeks men who won custody of their children
Monday, August 23, 1999, Donna Laframboise, National Post
Article on paid survey. For those who are interested in the the Men's Divorce Centre's release about the survey, you can see it here. Please note that the Men's Divorce Centre is a commercial group and this survey is not part of FACT's work.

An important role for men in families
Wednesday, September 1, 1999, Editorial, Beaver County Times
Paper looks at the incorrect "politically correct" terms under the CASA study.
Survey: Dads interaction with teens can reduce chance kids will smoke, drink or use illegal drugs
Monday, August 30, 1999, Lori Lessner, The Charlotte Observer
Here is what the report did show.
CASA 1999 Teen/Parent Drug Survey Reveals: Dads AWOL in Teen Substance Abuse Battle
Monday, August 30, 1999, The National Center on Addication and Substance Abuse at Columbia University
One of those backwards way of saying something to be politically correct. Father presence cuts down teenage drug use. Single mother families show 30% higher rates of teen drug, alcohol and tobacco use, houses where fathers are excluded from the children show 68% higher rates. Study tries to justify something about it being easier for teens to tell mom they are crackheads, but if you don't want crackheads, you need a dad (with exceptions found in Washington D.C.).
Study links teen drug, alcohol use to trouble with father
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, David Ho, National Post
Post prints the same unimaginative spin. It is Dad that makes the difference on drug, alcohol and tobacco use.

No blood from turnips: Punishing dads on child support hurts kids, too
Tuesday, August 31, 1999, Editorial, Sacromento Bee
State violence against men because of ex-spouse's frauds helps no-one -- reforming California's child support laws.

The abuse of restraining orders
Monday, August 30, 1999, Cathy Young, The Boston Globe
Excellent summary of the problem -- that occurs in most western countries.
Dads to Sue for Discrimination
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, Amy Sinatra, ABC News
National coverage of U.S. injustice in action.
Fathers' rights activists plan suit
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, Jordana Hart, The Boston Globe
Massachusetts minister-father considered a batterer and in jail for opening the door for his 5 year old son.
Accused batterer chooses jail time
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, Dennis Tatz, The Patriot Ledger
Complete with the ex getting disturbed by butterflies, and a probration officer who feels opening a door is abuse.

Boys lost in fatherless homes
Monday, August 30, 1999, Charles Moore, Western Catholic Reporter
Boys need men.

Call for tougher checks on AVOs
Monday, August 30, 1999, Gerard Noonan, Sydney Morning Herald
Australian courts also identitifies problem with false accusations of domestic violence.

The abuse of restraining orders
Monday, August 30, 1999, Cathy Young, The Boston Globe
Excellent summary of the problem -- that occurs in most western countries.
Dads to Sue for Discrimination
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, Amy Sinatra, ABC News
National coverage of U.S. injustice in action.
Fathers' rights activists plan suit
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, Jordana Hart, The Boston Globe
Massachusetts minister-father considered a batterer and in jail for opening the door for his 5 year old son.
Accused batterer chooses jail time
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, Dennis Tatz, The Patriot Ledger
Complete with the ex getting disturbed by butterflies, and a probration officer who feels opening a door is abuse.

Women `Treated Better than Men' in Job Fights
Monday, August 30, 1999, The Independent
This is news?

Inheritance Equals Income Toward Child Support: Issue Divides Pa. Court
Monday, August 30, 1999, Danielle Rodier, Law Net News
Judges work hard to find ways of dinging men more for child support payments payable to their spouse and just maybe used for the kids.

Alcohol, Abortion Law and a Sad Little Girl
Sunday, August 29, 1999, Bill O'Reilly, APB Online
Murderous mom likely to get custody??!!

When you just can't go on any more
Sunday, August 29, 1999, Tanya Talaga, Toronto Star

Whose world is it, anyway?
Saturday, August 28, 1999, Lorne Gunter, National Post
NGOs (non-governmental organizations) are taking over the UN, and the world.

The age of reason
Saturday, August 28, 1999, Julie Burchill, The Guardian
Ignorant feminist show just how stupid the logic goes. Perhaps they should all be in jail for our protection!

Women lured to Valley of the Nerds
Saturday, August 28, 1999, Grace Bradberry, The Times
Women seek out those they think are still dumb enough to marry.

Signs of the times: Nine clones
Saturday, August 28, 1999, National Post
Diversity in the Supreme Court? Wouldn't it be nice!
Lamer reflects on career
Saturday, August 28, 1999, Edison Stewart, Toronto Star
Lamer on his own contribution to "posterity".
The mark of Lamer
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, Jeffrey Simpson, The Globe and Mail
Some comment on Lamer's "legacy."
Taking liberties with the law
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, Ian Hunter, National Post
Discussing the Lamer legacy and the opinions of lower judges -- "the Supreme Court is out of control."
McLachlin touted to succeed Lamer
Monday, August 23, 1999, Sean Fine, The Globe and Mail
More speculation on who will be the new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
McLachlin v. Iacobucci for job of chief justice
Monday, August 23, 1999, Anne Marie Owens, National Post
Speculation on who will be the new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Lamer cites collegiality of bench as triumph
Monday, August 23, 1999, Shawn Ohler, National Post
What Lamer things he accomplished.
Chief justice hangs up robes
Sunday, August 22, 1999, Janice Tibbitts, The Ottawa Citizen
Next top judge could be woman
Sunday, August 22, 1999, Janice Tibbitts, The Ottawa Citizen
Lamer ends activist career
Sunday, August 22, 1999, Colin Grey, The Ottawa Citizen
Supreme Court chief justice resigns
Sunday, August 22, 1999, Bob Weber, The Ottawa Citizen
`I always wanted to be a judge'
Sunday, August 22, 1999, Edison Stewart, Toronto Star
Top justice tells why it's time to go
Sunday, August 22, 1999, William Walker, Toronto Star
Lamer resigns! (I wonder if he took more than 5 minutes on this decision, since he doesn't on OUR decisions).

Man Must Share Lottery Winnings
Friday, August 27, 1999, Associated Press
Conneticut court figures ex-spouse of 7 years should live in the style to which she wanted to become accustomed. Do these guys have any idea of the law?

When Men Get in the Way
Thursday, August 26, 1999, Cathy Young, The Chicago Tribune
More on Mary Daly: "With feminists like these, you start wondering if the subject of Daly's course--feminist ethics--is an oxymoron."

Law review will make wives tell
Thursday, August 26, 1999, Angela Gregory, New Zealand Herald
In an effort to get more men wrongfully convicted, New Zealand changes the rules.

A doggie needs two loving parents
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, Alexandra Zissu, The National Post
"A doggie needs two loving parents." They figured it out for pets, are judges still so stupid they can't figure it out for children?

Shining a Light in the Darkness
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, Dr. Wade Horn, Jewish World Review
Followup on reader response to the idiotic actions of the American Psychological Association.

Pitying parents who kill is final indignity to child
Wednesday, August 25, 1999, Rosie Dimanno, Toronto Star
In light of the depressed (and married) Toronto father who jumped in front of a subway train with his son, killing them both, columnist says "don't feel sorry for the parents." The list of cases is not-too gender-biased, but certainly lacking in proportion.

Men, women from the same planet after all
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, Patricia Pearson, National Post
Wow....men and women are equal at achieving! Now to get what passes for feminists these days off their "all women are victims" and "some people are more equal than others" kick.

MARGARET WENTE on boy trouble
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail
Boys, get stiffed by the system of female bias. So, should we make boys into girls? or let boys be boys?

Now men aren't teaching high school either
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star
Reverse discrimination again leaves its mark.

New Lemak Evidence Surfaces
Tuesday, August 24, 1999, Jeff Coen, Chicago Tribune
More information about mom who killed his three kids.

Watch out, adults about
Monday, August 23, 1999, Frank Furedi, The Independent
"Our obsession with child abusers risks destroying the traditional trust between generations."

McEwan in New Custody Battle
Monday, August 23, 1999, The Independent
Ex- refuses to return child, still.
Ian McEwan's wife defies court to take sons into hiding
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, The Independent
The famous get it too. Hopefully she will be charged with kidnapping (yeah, right).

The Name Game
Monday, August 23, 1999, Danielle Rodier, Law News Net
Child gets father's surname! Dad even gets to (help) parent his child!!!

Beating Up on "Deadbeat Dads"
Saturday, August 21, 1999, Stephen Baskerville, American Spectator
Excellent article about the insane ends of the American support law enforcement....already here in Canada.

Program Director Who Called Men 'Sperm Donors' Found to Have Committed Bias
Friday, August 6, 1999, Alison Schneider, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Despite obvious sex harassment, upheld by a state human rights decision, Montana State University College of Technology at Great Falls figures sexism is just great and continues to act against men.

Harris and wife agree to `trial' split
Saturday, August 21, 1999, Joel Ruimy, Caroline Mallan and Theresa Boyle, Toronto Star
Will the Premier of Ontario not get to find out about all the bad provincial law and biased courts of the current family law system? Will FRO get on his tail and will he govern from a bus shelter?

Researchers: Boys fashioned for violence
Saturday, August 21, 1999, Chicago Tribune
Researchers realise that under a femocracy schools and support systems promote male violence and damage children.

Women lash out more readily: crime stats
Saturday, August 21, 1999, Jan Corbett, New Zealand Herald
Look at increasing female violence statistics in New Zealand. It says Canada is a leader in looking at this. Judges interviewed typcially says that 1 in 7 violent offenders arrested being female means female offenders are "rare" -- more often how the judges conviction rate goes.
This Culture of Violence
Saturday, August 21, 1999, Editorial, New Zealand Herald
An editorial written by some editor who did not read Jan Corbett's article above that was in the same issue. Amazing. Also amazing to note that this editor considers 1 in 7 (in 5 years) as being "common", while the judges call it "rare."

Welfare cheque no subsitute for a father
Friday, August 20, 1999, Rory Leishman, London Free Press
Discussion of the social problems caused by the lack of fathers involvement in their children's lives.

Family Court rigidity leads to frustration
Friday, August 20, 1999, Adele Horin, Sydney Morning Herald
Report puts Family Court in the dock
Friday, August 20, 1999, Bernard Lane, The Australian
Report slams Family Court
Friday, August 20, 1999, Gervase Greene Canberra, The Age
Report on Australian courts focus on the terrible state of the Family Courts (looks awfully similar to Canada).

Suicides among elderly men epidemic: MDs
Friday, August 20, 1999, Tanya Talaga, Toronto Star
They rip their families away from men, then impoverish them and refuse them any support....and now they decide to be surprised? Aren't these twits grand?

Unequal under the law
Thursday, August 19, 1999, Ian Hunter, National Post
Excellent article on the destruction of the most fundament concept -- equality under the law -- in Canada. Be scared.

Woman who kicked catcaller an unwitting hero
Thursday, August 19, 1999, Canoe News
Women's groups, including the government-funded National Action Committee on the Status of Women, endorse sexual assault as a desireable action to be taken. The assailant says "I reacted like a lot of people would". If you ever wanted to know where the sexually violent criminals hang out, we seem to be getting a message.

Woman Convicted of Murdering 4 Sons
Thursday, August 19, 1999, Minerva Canto, Associated Press
Mom faces a death sentence in California....yeah, right, they were only her children..

Perelman v. Duff: A divorce of the vanities
Thursday, August 19, 1999, Larry McShane, The Globe and Mail
The rich have the same problems, but it costs more with the female "divorce for profit" players. She has been through 20 lawyers and $3 million to block his access, and he has spent $1 million -- so far.
Ian McEwan's wife defies court to take sons into hiding
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, The Independent
The famous get it too. Hopefully she will be charged with kidnapping (yeah, right).

A case of jobs for the girls
Wednesday, August 18, 1999, Ross Gittins, Sydney Morning Herald
Men are displaced from the job market? Men are simply being oppressed.

Misogynists misrepresent `violent' women
Saturday, August 14, 1999, Michele Landsberg, Toronto Star
The old misandrist is at it again. Of course, she ignores the stats and says they are something else. Notice though, she attributes the quotes -- see who the "experts" are, and where they are misquoted, and you realise just how little she cares about the whole topic really. Well, you can follow the money in the series below.
Debunking the "Violence Against Women" Myth
Saturday, August 14, 1999, Halifax Bible Church
An interesting church article. It is mostly a great quote from William D. Gairdner's The War Against the Family: A Parent Speaks Out. (Toronto: Stoddart, 1992).

The Booming Domestic Violence Industry
Monday, August 2, 1999, John Maguire, Massachusetts News
Excellent series look at the family law system and how it handles domestic violence in Massachusetts. A MUST READ!
Are Women More Violent Than Men?
Monday, August 2, 1999, Massachusetts News
Quotes Canadian studies.
Twenty Dollars an Hour to Visit Your Child
Monday, August 2, 1999, Massachusetts News
Supervised visitation: "I Call This Place Auschwitz for Children"
The APA Strikes Again
Monday, August 2, 1999, Massachusetts News
Comments on "Deconstructing the Essential Father", the silly American Psychological Association article.
Pedophilia Study is Condemned by House, 355-0
Monday, August 2, 1999, Massachusetts News
Congress critques the American Psychological Association in its own way.

Childism' latest threat
Monday, August 16, 1999, Tom Humble, Calgary Sun
Great article on the loss of proper prespective in Canada and the growth of misaligned special interests groups -- and the resulting chaos. A MUST READ!

Criminal Code changes could mean fewer juries
Monday, August 16, 1999, Nahlah Ayed, National Post
Department of Justice studies how they can get more men in jail faster.

Rage of the American Male
Monday, August 16, 1999, Susan Faludi, Newsweek
The American (and Canadian) system let down men, occasionally with explosive results. However, it does distort that Barton's second wife had left with Barton's children (not hers), and it may well have been that final action that pushed him over the edge.

Spend 15 minutes a day with your child, expert urges
Sunday, August 15, 1999, Jennifer Pritchett, The Ottawa Citizen
...so many of us would cut off our right arms for 15 minutes a day....

Teen girls charged over stab killing
Saturday, August 14, 1999, Brett Foley, The Age
13 and 15 year old sisters stab woman to death.

Skills Over Book Smarts in Pa. Bar Exam
Friday, August 13, 1999, Robert L. Sharpe, Law News Net
Pennsylvania puts decides laywers need more "practical skills", rather than knowledge of the law or the ability to research it.

Parliamentary press clippers review policies
Friday, August 13, 1999, Tim Naumetz, National Post
Apparently, the clippers found the good articles in the National Post too. Chretien didn't like that, so no more clipping services for the MPs.

Criminal elements: divorce and the working woman
Thursday, August 12, 1999, By Michelle Gunn, The Australian
Australian study that indicates the strong positive correlation between the increases in serious crime with divorce rates and with children born out of wedlock. Study is consistent with most studies in the world, and is yet another indicator of the importance of families and both parents in a child's life. A summary of the study's results is available at: http://www.cis.org.au/Sp02/SON99summary.html (moved, but we kept a copy for you in PDF format).

An equal share of violence
Thursday, August 12, 1999, Michelle Gunn, The Australian
Men likely to be hit by domestic violence: study
Thursday, August 12, 1999, Karen Kissane, The Age
More of the same on domestic violence from Australia. This report is available on this site.

Woman charged in husband's slaying
Thursday, August 12, 1999, Don Campbell, The Ottawa Citizen
Shot is his sleep -- is DV the excuse? or was it the booze?

Domestic violence issue transcends gender debate
Wednesday, August 11, 1999, Cathy Young, The Detroit News
Article about the Mother Jones article and the new U.S. Department of Justice report on the underlying study that is available here in PDF format. NOW, of course, says the data is fraudulent although is similar to almost every study done over the last couple of decades that measured men and women on a consistent basis.

College closes door on radical who refuses to teach men
Thursday, August 12, 1999, Araminta Wordsworth, National Post
Mary Daly, another misandrist prof -- who managed it for 30 years -- finally gets the bigotry called to task.

All's fair for the fair sex
Saturday, August 14, 1999, Jenefer Curtis, The Globe and Mail
Describes some of the inconsistencies from the Wilfrid Laurier University executives.
Clearing the path for women on the academic ladder
Wednesday, August 11, 1999, James Lawrence Peter Butrica, Letter to the Editor, The Globe and Mail
Readers think that Rowland Smith of Wilfrid Laurier University missed it.
Clearing the path for women on the academic ladder
Wednesday, August 11, 1999, Michiel Horn, Letter to the Editor, The Globe and Mail
Reader figures Wilfrid Laurier University "followed the guidelines", but missed the tune.
Why men are asked not to apply
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, Rowland Smith, Wilfrid Laurier University, Letter to the Editor, The Globe and Mail
The vice-president academic attempts to justify gender bigotry in their ad. The reason? They let 50% more women than men into the course (no action on that of course) and women supposedly learn more from incompetant women than competant men. I liked the soprano argument better -- teach their students the bias song.
A woman's world
Monday, August 9, 1999, Editorial, The Globe and Mail
Ontario Human Rights Commission confirms that it helped Laurier write the discriminatory ad!
'Women only' ad sparks row
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Carol Goodwin, The Toronto Star
Star catches on eventually -- points out that universities already hire more female than male profs, so that the discrimination is rampant throughout.
University ad draws fire from academics
Friday, August 6, 1999, The Globe and Mail
Some of Academia not too pleased with discriminatory hiring practices.
on when men need not apply
Tuesday, July 27, 1999, Margaret Wenthe, The Globe and Mail
Columnist reports that Sir Wilfrid Laurier publishes a want ad -- "no men need apply." The heck starts up!

Stop the shameful treatment of Judge Moreau-Bérubé
Monday, August 16, 1999, Robert Pichette, The Globe and Mail
Journalist figures government should let bigot work -- but someplace where there is nobody else she is bigotted against would come to court. Why? how would she pay her legal bills otherwise!! Ask her how fathers are supposed to do it!
Suspended judge replaced
Thursday, August 12, 1999, National Post
Finn replaces controversial judge
Thursday, August 12, 1999, The Globe and Mail
Judge is really taken off the bench now!
Judge taken off bench again
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, The Globe and Mail
Controversial judge taken off the bench
Monday, August 9, 1999, Canoe News
Bigotted judge is bounced again.
Off-the-cuff judge who insulted Acadians reinstated after ruling
Friday, July 30, 1999, Anne Marie Owens, National Post
New Brunswick judges decide that it is OK for judges to be bigoted and prejudiced.

Men hit back at violence critics
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, Joanne Briggs, The Trinidad Guardian
Bigotry in Trinidad too!

Grandmother arrested
Thursday, August 12, 1999, National Post
Another man gunned down by his wife.

Misogyny's obscure sibling
Wednesday, August 11, 1999, Elin Schoen Brockman, National Post
History of the terms "misogyny" (1618) and "misandry" (1946). "Misandrous humour is now PC [politically correct, for the abbreviation-challenged])."

The Supreme Court's curious oversight
Wednesday, August 11, 1999, Jeffrey Simpson, The Globe and Mail
Finds that in Mavis Baker illegal immigration case that the Supreme Court ignored the breaking of immigration law, and instead rewards people for breaking their laws.

The problem with today's kids is their parents
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, Jane Christmas, National Post
Appears to be blaming the parent that is allowed to be there for being to buddy-buddy. "Has anyone considered that most Ritalin prescriptions are panaceas for parents who are just too damn lazy to teach values such as humility, sacrifice, duty and love?"

Time with Dad increasing: Study
Friday, August 13, 1999, Elaine Carey, Toronto Star
Another American Sociological Association report. Notice that no mention of mothers....where the time has decreased immensely. Forget the "lions share" in houses with two working parents travelling the same amount of time.

Kids these days have no time for child's play
Wednesday, August 11, 1999, Elaine Carey, Toronto Star
American Sociological Association find that in the "modern" household, kids have less and less time to play. Surprise, surprise!

Dirty Britain shirking housework
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, The Independent
Women do less housework: Study
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, Elaine Carey, Toronto Star
Women do a lot less housework, men do more, but the men don't make up for women doing less. Of course, men are outside of the house more with paid work, but that is not mentioned. The American Sociological Association strikes again!

Children now less hurt by divorce
Monday, August 9, 1999, The Independent
Divorce affects kids less and less
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, Elaine Carey, Toronto Star
Paper from the American Sociological Association apparently figures that divorced children are better off because they feel less ostracised. How do they tell this? because divorced children's marriages are only 140% more likely to end in divorce than the general population, down from 250% in 1975. Of course, they don't get married any more either, but the argument was supposed to justify something.

New men bring baby trouble
Monday, August 9, 1999, Alexandra Frean, The Sunday Times
Female psychologist upset at the "growing involvement" of men with their children might lead to the thought that a man might be a child-carer.

Why maternity leave doesn't help women
Sunday, August 8, 1999, Ruth Lea, The Sunday Times
Feminist discussing the trend and the dangers for government who move from feminism to misandry.

Dads wage guerrilla war on CSA
Sunday, August 8, 1999, Rachel Sylvester, The Independent
UK support enforcement messing around with fathers is protested....and they figure it is illegal for parents not to roll over and play dead.

Science finds brainwaves that make shoppers spend
Sunday, August 8, 1999, Jonathan Leake,The Sunday Times
Scientists find women's shopping brainwaves. Now, will they turn them on, or turn them off?

Parents to sue doctors over 'child harm' syndrome
Sunday, August 8, 1999, Judith O'Reilly, The Sunday Times
Munchausen syndrome by proxy debate heading to court in the US. After all, nothers are incapable of hurting their kids, right?

Jurisdiction could thwart Black's action
Tuesday, August 10, 1999, Tim Harper, Toronto Star
Star now providing legal advice to Conrad Black. I put my 2 cents of Black's lawyers.
A bulwark of British democracy
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Philip Johnston, National Post
Journalist of from the Daily Telegraph explains what the UK's House of Lords is all about.
Black's action could kick up political dust
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Hugh Windsor, The Globe and Mail
Comments on Black going after Chrétien.
Lording it over Mr. Black
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Editorial, The Globe and Mail
Comments on Chrétien's treatment of Black.
Black's fight is with Blair, Ottawa hints
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Joel-Denis Bellavance and Joan Bryden, National Post
PMO tries to deflect the spotlight from their petty abuse of power.
Pity, Mr. Black
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Editorial, The Toronto Star
Star makes fun, calls sour grapes.

Harsh justice: Penalty questioned in juvenile sex case
Sunday, August 8, 1999, Kevin Simpson, Denver Post
Even "victim" and victim's parents think that the penalty is way too harsh for simply the admitted "crime". But the female deputy DA says "our philosophy - and I think it's the right philosophy - is to treat them [boys only] harshly as juveniles'' -- and give them a criminal record.

Spousal rape debate renewed
Sunday, August 8, 1999, Susie Steckner and Jodie Snyder, The Arizona Republic
When is a rape a rape? -- but throw the guys in jail any ways.

Schoolyard bullies are victims, too: researchers
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Brad Evenson, National Post
Everyone is a victim!

Fear of toddlers can be conquered
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Janice Turner, Toronto Star
Review of book "The Girlfriend's Guide To Toddlers". Some tips though.

Get with the 21st century: Open records for adoptees
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Michele Landsberg, The Toronto Star
Michele missed the count, but wants the adoption records thrown open for all. Good stuff....get those deadbeat moms to pay for the missing support, right Michele?

Baby girl power on the rise
Saturday, August 7, 1999, Judith O'Reilly and Lois Jones, Special to The Star
Again, trying to tell people why they should choose girls over boys. The old "girls are the new boys" is trotted out again.

Silence on marriage penalty speaks volumes for women
Wednesday, August 4, 1999, Cathy Young, The Detroit News
"Here’s the kind of story you don’t come across every day: Conservative Republicans champion one of the most feminist pieces of legislation ever proposed in Congress. Hillary Clinton bashes the Republican initiative. Feminist groups are nowhere to be heard."

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