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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 8/11/2001 6:37:42 PM EST
The Liberals will choke on this! [url]http://www.shopnetdaily.com/store/item.asp?DEPARTMENT_ID=6&SUBDEPARTMENT_ID=23&DROPSHIP_ID=39&ITEM_ID=77[/url] . For starters, some findings on children with single parents…. * Children do better with single fathers than with single mothers. Both boys and girls are healthier and do better psychologically and academically, as well as socially. * Even characteristics such as empathy are exhibited more by children brought up by single fathers. * Single fathers experience less stress juggling children and work than do single mothers. * What family structures are most likely to be in the child's best interests? Dr. Farrell's findings suggest the following ranking: (1) the intact family; (2) shared parent-time(joint physical custody); (3) primary father time; (4) primary mother time. While the intact family is the winner, Father and Child Reunion makes it clear why, if divorce cannot be prevented, children being primarily with their dads gives children more of both parents than when they are primarily with their mothers; reduces a mother's economic dependency on a man, and reduces men's ten times greater suicide rate after divorce. Does Dr. Farrell conclude, then, that men are better at fathering than women are at mothering? No. But he does conclude that we have been waging a "War Against Fathers" - and mothers and children are among the losers. Eliminating "Taxation Without Representation." When a father is "taxed" to pay for children he can rarely see, never see, was never informed he had, is tricked into fathering, or who have been fathered by another man, he is experiencing "Taxation Without Representation." Taxation without representation creates revolutions, not families. Ending the "War Against Fathers." The US government spends 340 times as much getting fathers to pay child support as it does to prevent mothers from denying fathers access to their children. Yet fathers who see their children pay for their children.
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