Monthly Archives: January 2008

Kwanzaa: Holiday From the FBI

by Ann Coulter, Human Events Posted: 01/02/2008 ANN COULTER LETTER Is it just me, or does Kwanzaa seem to come earlier and earlier each year? The same goes for the Iowa caucuses — the early scheduling of which forced me to run an attack on a synthetic candidate, rather than a synthetic holiday, last week. I’ve seen so few mentions of Kwanzaa this year, I was going to declare my campaign a success, but I see that President Bush issued another absurd Kwanzaa message this year, referring to millions of African-Americans gathering to celebrate Kwanzaa. I believe more African-Americans spent this season reflecting on the birth of Christ than some … Continue reading

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Showering couple battle over dog in bathroom

Updated 2019 02 12: Added links to related articles. By Associated Press | Tribune staff reporter9:27 PM CST, December 31, 2007 updated 12/31/2007 8:29:36 PM ET0 BREMERTON, Wash. — A 25-year-old woman was arrested for investigation of second-degree assault after getting into an argument with her boyfriend over whether his dog should be in the bathroom while the couple were taking a shower together. A police report said the man, 26, wanted his dog to join them in the bathroom, but the woman objected on Thursday night. The woman told her boyfriend that if the dog doesn’t stay out, she didn’t want to be his girlfriend anymore. He replied that maybe his next … Continue reading

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In search of a father – What would you do?

Fathers for Life receives much mail, most of it via hundreds of e-mail messages each day but a substantial portion of it by snail mail. In each case, such as in this one, where someone is ostensibly in search of a father surrogate, some decisions need to be made.  [Note 2018 03 24: My first reaction to this particular letter and similar ones is that they are a variant of the Nigerian scam, but letters such as this one do not arrive as often anymore. the social media emerged and also the search engine providers tightened up their ranking algorithms.] Yesterday we picked up our mail from the local post … Continue reading

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Absent Dads: Divorced British Dads at a Disadvantage

The creation of absent dads — Quotes: In the vast majority of cases here, mothers receive residence, regardless of how involved the father was in the children’s lives before the parents separated. Government figures indicate that more than 90 % of the time mothers are awarded residence (custody) of the children. Since 90% of divorce cases never get to court, it is presumed 90% of fathers are satisfied. The fact is, most men know the odds are stacked against them, and don’t have the money or heart to go through a debilitating legal process they are sure to lose. There have even been cases where the courts acknowledged a man … Continue reading

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