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NCFM Chicago Chapter Secretary Lori DeBolt, False Accusations of Sexual Assault: Calling on our Women

When your whole world crashes because of False Accusations of Sexual Assault, please know You Are Not Alone! False accusations destroy the lives of our men and rip them away from the families that love them; and, it is much more common than you are led to believe!  At NCFM, our Deborah and Jael’s Warriors […]

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NCFM Member and Director of NCFM’s Deborah Jael’s Warriors fighting against False Accusations of Sexual Assault and Abuse, ICMI video presentation “False Accusations Against…”.

https://womenagainstfalseaccusations.ncfm.org/ NCFM Member and Director of NCFM’s Deborah Jael’s Warriors Fighting Against False Accusations of Sexual Assault and Abuse, ICMI20 video presentation “False Accusations Against…”.

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Tim Goldich, President NCFM Chicago, ICMI presentation “Female Power”

Tim Goldich, President NCFM Chicago, ICMI presentation “Female Power”

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NCFM Jerry Cox update, Cox case is delayed until January hearing

Mariposa Gazette November 12, 2020 By GREG LITTLE Editor The case against local landowner Jerry Cox has been delayed until after the first of the year. In what was supposed to be the final discharge hearing for Cox on Monday ended up being delayed, mainly because of the high-profile murder of Cox’s former attorney, Marc […]

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NCFM, U.S. Military Sending Sexual Assault Cases to Court Martial that lack Evidence; Report Concludes

by NCFM A recent report by a Department of Defense committee concludes that the military is sending sexual assault cases to court martial that lack sufficient evidence and probable cause. The Defense Advisory Committee on the Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Sexual Assault (DAC-IPAD) in the Armed Forces issued a report in October of 2020, […]

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NCFM Member Brent Oster, Do you believe the American system of justice is corrupt?

Any person who has been through the U.S. legal system, whether it was in family, criminal, civil or other courts, has probably realized how inaccessible and frustrating the process can be. The problems that the legal system currently faces are fundamentally information science problems, along with the limitations of human beings, as there is a […]

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NCFM Board Member Fred Sottile, Episode Two, I Need A Little Help with Men’s Rights

There is a lot of talk, still in 2020, about women’s rights. You’d think the issue would have been addressed enough by now. After all, women compose more than half of college enrollment, have equal pay for equal work and any job they like, spend more money than men, are home owners, and disproportionately have […]

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NCFM Board Member Fred Sottile, I Need A Little Help with Men’s Rights

I Need A Little Help with Men’s Rights by Fred Sottile There is a lot of talk, still in 2020, about women’s rights. You’d think the issue would have been addressed enough by now. After all, women compose more than half of college enrollment, have equal pay for equal work and any job they like, […]

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NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda book review, Replacing Misandry: A Revolutionary History of Men.

Replacing Misandry: A Revolutionary History of Men. By Paul Nathanson and Katherine K. Young. Chicago: McGill-Queens University Publishing, 2015. 223 pages. No price on book but Amazon.com gives price as $34.95. Review by J. Steven Svoboda. Canadian academics Paul Nathanson and Katherine K. Young have released their fourth book out of a projected total of […]

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NCFM Member Mark Lesmeister, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a men’s rights advocate

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a men’s rights advocate. I doubt that she ever called herself that. But when you fight for gender equality, that means you fight against discrimination against men, unless you’re a hypocrite. And though I don’t agree with Justice Ginsburg on much, I don’t think she was a hypocrite. If you don’t […]