Family Court Judges have the authority to determine how much time the parents get. That just doesn't sound right!

Father's Rights Debate Taken Up By The State Legislature
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We all know that divorce can be incredibly tough on kids involved; but legislation is making its way through Lincoln that would give divorced dads a lot more time with their kids.

If LB 212 passed, it would change court-created parenting plans to say that each parent deserves at least 45 percent of visitation time with their child.

State Senator Russ Karpisek says he created the bill with kids in mind. "If we take that piece out, to where I think they already know that they'll get maybe 55% of the time or 45% of the time, I think it takes a lot of the fight away in the divorce, I think it makes it easier down the road for the kids."
The bill does involve a rebuttal, giving the judge the authority to make changes.

"If one parent can prove the other isn't a good parent or has their issues, that will be turned into the court as it is now and the judge has the authority to determine how much time the parents get," said Karpisek.

About 120 people showed up at Tuesday's hearing.

Karpisek says, he's not surprised; given the emotional nature of the bill.

Several fathers from the Omaha area have gotten involved and have been meeting with State Senators to try and help the cause.

Jeremy Barnhill knows first hand the ups and downs of a visitation plan. Until a few years ago, he saw his three kids 50 percent of the time. But one day, his case was moved to a different county and some of that time was taken away.

"I watched what it has done to my kids. I get calls from my 8 year old. I miss you, I love you, I want to see you, I want to be there she says," said Barnhill.

Read more: Reporter: WOWT  Posted: Wed 12:27 PM, Feb 13, 2013

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Alan's Message: 
Is it me, or has it has been a really hot, long summer?  The heat seems to make everything slow down.  But we mustn't allow that to happen to our efforts for Alimony Reform. During this off session time we have focused on creating and setting up the membership website.  That is basically all done now.  We know that there may be a few glitches along the way, what with technology and human error.  That's ok.  No one is perfect.  We will figure out whatever we have to and continue to move forward. Please be patient, like most worthwhile things, we are figuring this out as we go.
Currently, our time is being spent developing our strategies for the 2016 legislative session. Because the House of Representatives left 3 days early in our last session, our Bill didn't get a chance to be finalized to go our Governor's desk for signing. I do not believe that kind of behavior from our legislative leadership will happen again, so I have every expectation of getting our bill passed in both the House and Senate this upcoming session.  I have also requested a meeting with Senator Lee so that we can discuss the issue of time sharing and whether it will be something that is of concern to our bill this upcoming session.  We then have to figure out exactly who will be able to sponsor our bill as well.  I'm hoping that our previous Sponsors will, once again, agree to sponsor our bill since they are so familiar with the issues at hand.  
Our Legislative leaders have a tremendous amount to deal with this upcoming session.  Besides the redistricting that recently was ordered upon them, there are many other political, social, and environmental issues that they need to address this upcoming session. That is why it is so important to work closely with our lobbyist and our legislator so that we can make certain that our bill is not only positioned to be heard, but addressed and ultimately voted upon.  
There are always lots of moving parts in these things, but I'm positioned to deal with all of them from experience I've had over these last few years.  Let's continue this journey together, and together we will change our lives and the lives of our children. 
As always, I will update you on events as they occur.  But like a good chess game, having the best strategy enables a winner to emerge.
The only way we are going to educate our society about the reverse reward system the family laws have established is by you spreading the word.  It's right at your fingertips. All you have to do is click on the link below and send it to your friends.  When you send that alimony check or see the deduction from your check, and you know your ex-spouse is very capable of employment or financially supporting themselves, what emotion does it elicit?  Use that emotion.
Either learn to like the pain, or take the first step by forwarding this newsletter to people you love. Family Law Reform is an issue that affects our entire society.  The issue is not male or female, young or old, black, white or other, Republican or Democrat.  It's about Families. And the quicker and less traumatic we, as a society, can help a failed marriage move on with a new start, the quicker it will help the families wounds of families divorce heal. It's better for our families and better for our society.
If you believe in Principles and want to get back to them, then forward this newsletter to your friends and family.
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Before you click on the link to join, please understand what we are doing.
To lead the charge against one of the most heavily funded professions is like David and Goliath.  The expenses involved can become quite large.  By having a low monthly membership fee, we are able to fund the expenses needed with lobbyists, press releases, consultations, campaign contributions, and more.  We want Individuals in our memberships who are tired of the inequitable consequences of Florida's current alimony and other family laws.  We want people who will get involved and help spread the movement.
Welcome Aboard. It's your involvement that will make meaningful alimony reform a reality in Florida soon! Help us help you!
Please consider a donation to the organization as we work to fix these broken outdated laws! Just click here to be taken to our website. There's a "Donation Link" on the bottom right side of the page. Thank you for anything that you can do!
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Little to no oversight is brought to bear for Americans...

U.S. Atty. Loretta Lynch should say to U.S. Dist. Atty. David Capp: INDIANA HERE I COME!

  • On February 16, 2016, the first annual report was released on Opt IN USA, a grassroots U.S. foreign policy reform, judicial accountability, and international human rights campaign. The report title is “AMERICANS IN JEOPARDY: When Human Rights Protection Becomes America’s Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branch Shell Game”.
  • Corporate sponsor of the report is National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP), a nonprofit U.S. public policy think tank and legal reform advocate headquartered just outside Chicago in Crown Point, Indiana.
  • While all NJCDLP board members are cutting-edge pioneers in detecting and addressing patterns of U.S. legal system abuse, the organization's Executive Board member Mr. Rodney A. Logal, his wife, attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal*, and their fellow NJCDLP co-founder, Dr. Andrew D. Jackson, are the organization's driving force.  They are NJCDLP’s full-time volunteers as well as the non-profit’s primary financial benefactors. 
  • In that context it is particularly significant that two Indiana judges have taken to repeatedly placing the Logals and Dr. Jackson at respective risk of arrest:  a death threat for Mr. Logal given how jail would affect his medical care and health.  Moreover, substantial debt has been imposed by default upon the Logals and Dr. Jackson, and is in the process of being collected although the underlying judgments are void as a matter of law!
  • In late September 2015, the Logals and Dr. Jackson asked the Indiana House Judiciary Committee and the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Indiana to investigate several area judges whose activities may be part of what has been dubbed “The Third Degree” (TTD).  
  • As the 2016 Opt IN USA report makes clear, TTD is a persistent pattern of persecution and psychological torture imposed through U.S. legal system abuse.  
  • U.S. District Attorney Capp has shown no interest in the phenomenon despite its obvious peril for Mr. and Mrs. Logal as well as Dr. Jackson, not to mention the prospect of multiple related murders, including the suspicious death of a lawyer who attested to the bribery of a now retired Indiana state court judge.
  • Uncanny it is that little to no oversight is brought to bear for Americans claiming to endure TTD.
  • Ironically their allegations -- specifically the notion that they are targets of TTD -- rarely if ever garner more than cursory major media and U.S. government attention. Yet for each of them, powerful private sector and/or U.S. public sector actors expend tremendous time, effort, and resources muting their government critiques through quasi-judicial and/or judicial processes.
  • Whether as a result they opt to suffer in silence, become widely ignored or disregarded, cease communicating while incarcerated, and/or die . . . these supposedly too-insignificant-to-take-seriously people get silenced.
  • Please do not allow the Logals and Dr. Jackson to "get silenced".  Your representatives in Northwest Indiana are in the process of letting that happen.
  • The time has come for protection of the Logals and Dr. Jackson to come out of Washington, D.C.  And time is of essence as the Opt IN USA debut report makes clear, particularly its section on "Ground Zero: INDIANA, the Hoosier State" and Appendix.  
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VAWA Misinterpreted Statistics

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E-lert: Let’s Watch the House Vote on VAWA » SAVE: Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

FYI, more work to do!
The Violence Against Women Act reveals structural bias, political gains

Domestic violence is intolerable – and so are gender biased laws like the Violence Against Women Act; acts like this tell an incomplete story of domestic violence for political gain.

The VAWA first started replicating local and state domestic violence laws in 1994. It was hailed then as “landmark” legislation, turning a local issue into a federal one. In 2000 it visited the Supreme Court, where U.S. v. Morrison’s ruling found the law unconstitutional for violating the Commerce Clause and the 14th Amendment.

One formal intention of the VAWA is to fund domestic violence programs. Informal intentions are to provide the opportunity for fake bipartisan celebration while defacing opponents every time the bill is voted for re-authorization. Last Thursday, the U.S. House voted 286-138 in favor of the bill, reciprocating the Senate’s 78-22 vote last month.

Proponents are so adamant for this legislation that legitimate objections for debate are always squandered to demagoguery. This is the first of a long list of issues this law hides under its thick framing effect that automatically produces an improper assumption: anyone who’s against it must be pro-women’s violence.

Surface-level framing hints at underlying structural problems. Men’s domestic violence statistics are systematically ignored by leading anti-domestic violence organizations as if they aren’t relevant. The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence provides the most popular statistics on its website: one in four women will experience domestic violence in their lives, 1.3 million women are assaulted by their partner every year and 85 percent of domestic violence is against women – criteria justifying the VAWA. Hundreds of advocacy groups fall in line with the same angle: suppressing or downplaying the men’s numbers.

Due to this practice, many forget that significant amounts of domestic violence cases happen to both sexes as well as children. The same study that found that 1.3 million women were assaulted by their partner every year also found that 835,000 men fell victim to the same violence.

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