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Diabolical Rantings of a Single Dad: Commerce Police Chief, Kerry Crews – Single Dad, Parents Article

Photo Credit: Kim Huffman From the years of 2002 to 2008, I attended college at Texas A&M University – Commerce, in Commerce, Texas. Until 2005, I was your typical off-campus commuter student, living at my parents’ house 20 miles away. But in 2005, I joined a fraternity at TAMU-C as a last resort to get myself involved on campus, before taking a more extreme measure, like transferring out of state to attend a college close to one of my childhood…

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My Rights As A Father, Do Not Care About Your Feelings – Single Dad, Parents Article

Yesterday morning, the Friday before Father’s Day, I joined men and women across the country in standing for parental equality and fathers’ rights at the fourth annual Fatherless Day Equal Parenting Rally. I stood at the state Capitol in Austin, TX with 50+ people; both men and women who are sick of the injustices of the American “family” court system. People who are sick of seeing Fathers treated like second-class citizens, or ATM’s. I spoke to men who have not…

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FCAA Board of Director Policy Statement: Adherholt Amendment – Foster Parents Article

16 Jul FCAA: Policy Statement on Aderholt Amendment Background:  The FCAA National Board of Directors is composed of a diverse group of professionals who have a wide variety of previous exposure to, and life experiences within, the child welfare system, including foster care. Based on our professional and personal experiences, we are in opposition to the  “license to discriminate” against children, youth, and families according to moral and religious reasons outlined in the Aderholt Amendment. We are also in opposition…

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