Alec Baldwin plans book on injustices to divorced dads – People
Apr 29, 2007, 1:58 GMT
Los Angeles – Hollywood star Alec Baldwin, who has provoked a furor over harsh words to his daughter in a phone meessage, plans to write a book about the injustices done to divorced fathers, a media report said Saturday. Continue reading Alec Baldwin plans book on injustices to divorced dads – People
Daddy Blog: The Official Blog of A Child’s Right: Robert and Rob EQUAL parenting bike trek!
Robert and Rob EQUAL parenting bike trek!
It is official! August 11th 2007 Robert Pedersen and Rob Mackenzie will start their over 600 mile bicycle trek from the Lansing Capitol to Washington, D.C.. This will be an intense multi-day bike trek through numerous states ending in Washington, D.C. where they will be greeted by over 10,000 people that will be attending the national rally in Washington, D.C. on August the 18th. Continue reading Daddy Blog: The Official Blog of A Child’s Right: Robert and Rob EQUAL parenting bike trek!
Received this from Stephen Baskerville:
Below is a transcript (not entirely accurate) of my CNN appearance on Sunday, April 1. The transcript is not wholly literate, containing words and spellings that are not grammatical or that were not said. Still, it seems to be a rough reflection of the interview. I was interrupted constantly. Cynthia Brown was never interrupted.
NGUYEN: In the meantime, a wanted poster delivered with your pizza, of all things, is happening in a suburb of Cincinnati. Mugshots of parents accused of not paying child support appearing on pizza delivery boxes. A child enforcement worker came up with this idea and pitched it to pizza places in Ohio’s Butler County.
While this may sound like a good idea, to many, it does have its critics. One of those critics being Steven Baskerville of the American coalition for Fathers and Children. There he is. And he joins us from Washington. And from Cincinnati, Ohio, this morning, the woman who came up with this idea, Cynthia Brown. Good morning to you both. Continue reading Transcript – Stephen Baskerville on CNN – Wanted Posters on Pizza Boxes issue
The Cincinnati Post – Fathers’ group protests images on pizza boxes
HAMILTON – A fathers’ rights group picketed a restaurant that is displaying pictures on its pizza boxes of men who are seriously in arrears on paying their child support.
Members of Fathers-4-Justice, a nonprofit volunteer group fighting for “truth, justice and equality in family law,” stood outside Karen’s Pizzeria on Eaton Avenue for hours dressed in camouflage pants and bright purple T-shirts, waving posters and banners stating “Kids need both parents. Families now. Reform now.” Continue reading Fathers group protests images on pizza boxes