"At the age of 11, Maegan Woods tried to stop
a domestic dispute between her parents. She
soon found herself staring down the barrel of
her father's shotgun. She watched helplessly
as the trigger was pulled. She is only alive
today because the gun didn't fire--the safety
"Maegan was abused and witnessed
domestic violence in her home for most of her
childhood. By age seven there had been knife
attacks, punches, kicks, and more. It was hard
to leave--the abuser was the one who earned
the money, and the victim was unable to work
because of a disability. On numerous occasions
they looked for help to escape the abuse but
were refused. Why?"
This is Marc's second attempt
to sue over this issue. I discussed his first
(unsuccessful) attempt in my column
Plaintiff in Suit Against LA DV Shelters is
Right to Demand Services for Abused Men
Angeles Daily News, 6/12/03).
Joint Statement by Glenn Sacks and Ned Holstein
on PBS Campaign
There is evidently some confusion over recent
events in our campaign against PBS's Breaking
the Silence: Children's Stories.
A couple weeks ago Glenn
wrote that PBS had issued a letter in which
they agreed to "commission an hour-long documentary"
for the purpose of further examining the "complex
and important issues" raised in the film and
by our campaign. The full letter is posted on
As Glenn noted, PBS says that "plans call
for the documentary to be produced and broadcast
in Spring 2006" and that the "hour-long treatment
of the subject will allow ample opportunity"
for those of differing views to "have their
perspectives shared, challenged and debated."
Glenn commended PBS for "understanding our concerns
and taking action to address the situation."
The PBS letter also contained face-saving
language defending Breaking the Silence.
We had suspected that this would happen, as
it is usually the case in such matters. We also
expected that PBS's lawyers would not want PBS
to admit to anything that could be used against
them in the legal action they are currently
facing over the documentary.
Unfortunately, a few activists have focused
on this face-saving language and missed the
real significance of PBS's statement. We asked
for a chance to come on one of PBS's shows and
present our side of the story. Instead, PBS
is commissioning a new documentary on the subject.
To do this in response to a protest is a rare
concession. The owner of a film production company
wrote to Glenn that PBS's action is "absolutely
unheard of. In more than 25 years in and around
the news media and TV world, I have never seen
this sort of retreat by a broadcasting entity."
PBS has received enormous criticism within
the broadcasting community, including from Corporation
for Public Broadcasting Ombudsman Ken A. Bode
here) and from PBS's Ombudsman Michael Getler
here). It has also received a lot of
negative media attention, as well as over
10,000 calls and letters from protesters. While
anything is possible, it is unlikely that PBS
is planning to go through the considerable expense
and trouble of producing another documentary
simply to expose itself to even more criticism
and negative attention.
We've said from the beginning that we're
not out for blood, we only want balance. PBS's
review and statement indicates that we will
be receiving the balance we requested.
We will, as the saying goes, "trust but verify,"
and monitor that PBS will indeed follow through
on the stated premise of the new documentary
Thanks again to all of those who participated
in our campaign.
Ned Holstein, MD, MS
PBS Ombudsman Criticizes
Breaking the Silence on PBS's News
Hour with Jim Lehrer, Says New Film Will
Take 'Broader Look' at Issue
PBS Ombudsman Michael
Getler criticized Breaking the Silence
on News Hour with Jim Lehrer,
saying the film "had no balance" and was "quite
a one-sided presentation." He also mentioned
that PBS is "going to do another documentary
to take a broader look at this issue."
To listen to audio of Getler's
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Glenn Discusses PBS's
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Glenn discussed the campaign against PBS's
Breaking the Silence: Children's Stories
on the nationally-syndicated Larry Elder
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Glenn Discusses PBS's
Breaking the Silence on KFAX in San Francisco
Irish Examiner, 12/30/05--no
Kim Basinger's Mom: Kim
is 'Alienating' Her Daughter from Alec Baldwin
Basinger's mum speaks out about custody battle
Kim Basinger's mother
has blasted her own daughter for wrecking relations
between her ex-husband Alec Baldwin and the
Baldwin recently took
Basinger to court in a bid to extend his custody
terms after the actress allegedly violated a
court imposed settlement, and now little Ireland's
grandmother is speaking out about the court
battle, which has now been settled.
Ann Basinger admits she
sides with Baldwin, who she calls "wonderful,"
adding, "My heart is sad for Ireland. She's
the one that's suffering the most. All this
is killing her.
"I think Kim has tried
to alienate Ireland from her father. Alec loves
his daughter with all his heart. He really is
a family man."
And in the National Enquirer
expose, Basinger's mother reveals she can understand
what her former son-in-law is going through,
because she too rarely sees her granddaughter.
She adds: "Kim and I used
to be close but now I don't see Ireland very
often because Kim won't let me and that's because
I won't take her side about everything.
"She's my daughter and
I love her, but I hate what she's doing, that
she is being this way... I wish I could see
more of Ireland. She's such a sweetheart."
Dr. Shoveen goes behind the words that
women use to reveal their hidden meanings
and thought processes.
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A Victory for Military
Michigan military parents
scored a big victory last week with the signing
of a military custody bill by Michigan Governor
Jennifer Granholm (see the Associated Press'
Granholm signs bills to protect custody for
deployed parents). I've written several
columns on the problems which divorced military
personnel face--to learn more, see
Laws Must Protect the Rights of Military Dads
Marine Corps Times, 3/28/05).
Jim Semerad and
Michigan worked hard to pass the bill. Jim
"Michigan Governor Jennifer
Granholm has signed the military custody bill
which would provide:
1. Prevention of a change
of custody while a military service member is
2. Prevent the absence from regular parenting
time to affect the weighting of the 12 custody
factors in custody determination.
"Thanks to Joseph McNeilly,
a National Guardsman from Lansing, MI, for his
tireless effort and testimony to make this happen,
Rep Rick Jones, House sponsor, Sen. Patty Birkholz,
Senate sponsor, CDR Jim Semerad, SC, USNR, and
DADS and MOMS of Michigan PAC for testimony,
numerous correspondence, and telephone contact.
"The staff at Rep. Jones
office were enthusiastic and very supportive
in making this happen."
The following press release
has been issued:
"Governor Granholm Signs
Legislation to Protect Parental Rights for Military
M. Granholm today signed legislation that will
protect the parental rights of military personnel
serving in the Michigan National Guard while
they are on active duty.
men and women serving in the military and the
reserves sacrifice on our behalf every day,'
Granholm said. 'I am proud to sign legislation
that will protect them from having to sacrifice
even more for their service.'
"The issue of parental rights
of military personnel serving overseas gained
prominence earlier this year after the story
of one mid-Michigan solider received media attention.
The soldier, a member of the Michigan National
Guard, lost shared custody of his child while
serving in Iraq. Friend of the Court papers
cited the man's 'abandonment' of the child as
a reason for the custody change. Media reports
at the time indicated the case was not an isolated
"The two bills signed today
by Granholm prohibit Michigan courts from changing
custody orders or a child's placement while
a parent is on active military duty unless there
is convincing evidence that such a change is
in the best interests of the child. The bills
were given immediate effect.
that children are protected while their parents
serve our country is critically important,'
Granholm said. 'This legislation balances the
needs of the child and the rights of the parents
in challenging circumstances.'"
"House Bill 5100 (Public
Act 328) was sponsored by Representative Rick
Jones (R-Grand Ledge) and Senate Bill 714 (Public
Act 327) was sponsored by Senator Patty Birkholz
The success in Michigan in
helping military parents follows on the heels
of our success in California. In September,
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed SB 1082,
which addresses the way parents who serve are
often taken advantage of in custody and family
law matters while they are deployed. It will
also help resolve the child support nightmare
many mobilized reservists face. To learn more
about SB 1082, see my co-authored column
California's Military Reservists Need SB 1082
Military Parents Alliance, the Sackson Horde
helped build support for the bill. In fact,
the Senate Judiciary Committee Analysis of SB
1082 made specific note of your calls and letters.
credit goes to lobbyist Michael Robinson and
Stan Diorio of the
California Alliance for Families and Children
for their fantastic work
in passing this bill. The bill was sponsored
by Senators Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego)
and Bill Morrow (R-Oceanside).
to Robinson, Senator Morrow was first inspired
to take up this cause after he read
The Betrayal of the Military Father (Los
Angeles Daily News, 5/4/03). It is the story
of Gary S., a San Diego-based US Navy SEAL whose
little boy was permanently moved from California
to the Middle East against his will while he
was deployed in Afghanistan after the September
11 terrorist attacks. To hear an interview
with Gary on His Side, go to
Two Years into Iraq War, Little Has Been Done
to Protect the Rights of Military Fathers
Male Feminist Under Siege
Prominent male feminist blogger
Barry Deutsch (aka Ampersand), who runs
Alas, a Blog, one of the leading feminist
blogs, is under attacks from self-described
radical feminists at
Why Alas Needs Radical Feminist
Woman Only Threads.
It's an interesting discussion,
and one which tells you more than you'd ever
want to know about the thinking process of radical
feminists. For example:
"Ampersand treats feminists
and anti-feminists as if our positions had moral
equivalence. Why do radical feminists have to
request space from a man in the first place?
I can't honestly imagine having real feminist
discourse in a place run by and for a man, especially
a man who has behaved in such a sexist manner
towards women previously."
The thrust of the attacks
is that Barry is sexist, has betrayed his radical
feminist allies, is overly solicitous of MRAs
(men's rights activists), and is mistreating
a few of the women who post there.
I guess I should keep my
yap shut about it, particularly since Barry
has criticized me on numerous occasions, but
these attacks on him seem pretty unfair. I don't
know the details so I could be wrong,
but I doubt that Barry has mistreated radical
feminists, and he does seem to make an effort
to be fair to all of the posters there. He's
worked for years supporting feminists and feminist
issues. He's also one of the few feminists on
the web who tries to use logic, research, and
reason to argue a point. The attacks on
him seem not only inaccurate but downright ungrateful.
Child Support Enforcement
Attorney Has Interesting Comments on My Column
A child support
enforcement attorney wrote to me about my recent
Federal Child Support Enforcement
Cuts Will Hurt Bureaucrats, not Children
(Las Vegas Review-Journal, 12/17/05,
Riverside Press-Enterprise, 12/16/05),
and had some interesting comments. Here are
with the tone of your article...I feel that
the guidelines here in my state are very unfair
at the lower income levels. Take the scenario
where there are three children. The guidelines
say that at minimum wage, $892.00, a child support
order should be $345 which is 38%. If
the combined income is $15,000, then the child
support order should be $1,990 or 13%.
So those who make less are expected to pay a
greater percentage of their income than those
who earn more and are in a better position to
deal with a child support order. I agree,
this is absurd."
annoys me that there is no responsibility on
the mothers. Sure, they have the right [noun]
to procreate ad nauseum, but it doesn't make
it right [the adjective]. Most don't appreciate
the difference. But they will have five
kids by four fathers then bitch at us because
we can't locate the losers they chose to sleep
"I have been
solicited about a half-dozen times in the last
two weeks to contact my congressmen regarding
the legislation [the cut in federal reimbursement
funds for child support enforcement].
I find it objectionable to solicit me to take
political action for a particular position."
A 'Great Step Forward'
for Male Domestic Violence Victims as Violence
Against Women Act Passes
David Burroughs, Esq.,
of the Safe
Homes for Children and Families Coalition,
has done great work in getting Congress to reform
the Violence Against Women Act to include all
victims of domestic violence, regardless of
gender. VAWA was just re-authorized before the
Congressional recess. According to Burroughs:
"The effort to remove the
gender bias of the Violence Against Women Act
and of domestic violence policy in this country
in general moved significantly forward this
weekend. As many of you know the Safe Homes
for Children and Families Coalition, in cooperation
with a number of independent organizations,
headed up the campaign to make the VAWA re-authorization
"This weekend the Congress Re-authorized the
Violence Against Women Act with two very significant
sections. First, the Congress inserted language
making it clear that the legislation was intended
to cover all victims; not just females. Unfortunately,
as to this language, the Conference Committee
settled on language from the Senate version
that, while still clear, will likely cause us
to have do battle with the Office of Violence
Against Women in the Dept. of Justice to ensure
it ceases and desists its past discriminatory
funding policies. Nevertheless, Congress is
on record both in the legislation and in the
Congressional Record that male victims must
be given equal standing.
"Secondly, and at least
as importantly, the Congress did incorporate
the very stringent directive language provided
by the Safe Homes for Children and Families
Coalition instructing the GAO to conduct a study
of both the DOJ and Federal recipients as to
what services they provide and reporting exactly
how many men versus women received those services.
An honest study (and the GAO is highly respected
for its non-political reports) will put the
lie to the DOJ's and the radical feminist shelter
advocates' protestations to Congress that men
do receive services.
"This is a great step
forward. Never before has Congress acknowledged
male victims in the now ten year history of
this legislation. And never before has
a Congressional Committee hearing, as was the
case at the July 19 Senate Judiciary Committee
Hearing on VAWA, witnessed and recorded repeated
questions of witnesses by multiple Senators
about male victims and their right to equal
"More importantly, we now
have an opportunity to seek funding, demand
equal services and create a record to take back
to Congress next year for Amendments to this
still flawed legislation."
Burroughs praised Michael
California Alliance for Families and Children
in particular for his "tireless work on this
effort," and cited numerous other groups and
activists. These include: the
American Coalition for Fathers and Children;
Respecting Accuracy in Domestic Abuse Reporting;
Marc Angelucci of the
National Coalition of Free Men - LA Chapter;
Jan Brown of the
Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women;
Tom Golden, who organized the
Equality Conference 2005; and numerous others.
To learn more about some
of the problems with VAWA and why activists
wanted to reform it, see:
Congress to Vote on Renewing Anti-Male Violence
Against Women Act (VAWA) (His Side,
VAWA Renewal Provides Opportunity to Stop Destruction
of Innocent Cops' Careers (Ft. Worth
Domestic Violence Treatment Policies Put Abused
Women in Harm's Way (Daily Breeze
[Los Angeles], 11/7/05);
Plaintiff in Suit Against LA DV Shelters is
Right to Demand Services for Abused Men
(Los Angeles Daily News, 6/12/03); and
Schlafly on VAWA, Fathers' Rights, and Conservatives'
Failure to Defend Fatherhood & Families
(His Side, 7/24/05).
A Woman Who Lost the Father She Loved in
Her Parents' Divorce Speaks Out
Therapist Shari Schreiber, M.A., who watched
helplessly as the father she loved and needed
was ripped out of her life by her mother at
age five, is speaking out about her experience.
In a heartbreaking new column she writes:
"At five years old, I was caught in the middle
of a divorce and custody battle between my parents.
...my father was the healthier parent, and had
the presence of mind to recognize this at the
time. Still, I was 'awarded' to my mother. Two
years after my parents split, my mother was
hospitalized and was absent physically and/or
emotionally for long stretches of time throughout
the remainder of my childhood...Back in the
fifties, custody was automatically awarded to
mothers. Unfortunately this practice still exists,
and the consequences to children can be tragic.
"My father was the source of virtually all my
affection and attention, and we shared a very
close and special bond. When he left, the bottom
of my world dropped out. Being without him trapped
me in unimaginable pain and emptiness, and there
was no one capable of comforting me or picking
up the slack. My mother had [falsely] accused
him of 'molestation,' a reliable 'catch word'
among vindictive wives and divorce attorneys
back then [and now]...
"Dazed, I wandered around for months with what
seemed like a huge hole in my middle, like a
cannon ball had been shot through me."
Read the rest of Schreiber's gripping story
here. Schreiber has endorsed many of our
campaigns over the past few years. To learn
more about Schreiber and read her other columns,
Candidate Takes Strong Stand for Noncustodial
As you know,
in my newspaper columns and on the air I avoid
political partisanship and do not endorse any
political party. My feeling has always been
that I'm happy to work with whichever party
is willing to promote our issues and help keep
fathers and children together.
for the first time ever, a presidential candidate
came out with a strong position in defense of
noncustodial parents' rights. For this reason,
I endorsed Libertarian presidential candidate
Michael Badnarik. My endorsement was
based specifically on the very important issue
of fatherhood and noncustodial parents' rights,
and was in no way, shape, or form a comment
on the various candidates' policies on the war
in Iraq, the economy, or any other issue. I
noted the following:
is clearly aware of and sensitive to the
basic problems fathers today face, particularly
the sole custody norm and the denigration
of noncustodial parents to "second class
is also aware of and concerned about civil
rights violations by child support enforcement
agencies, the rights of unwed fathers, widespread
abuses by Child Protective Services, abuses
of judicial discretion and the excessive
power of family courts.
places Badnarik miles ahead of all other
To learn more,
running for Congress in 2006, and again he has
a strong noncustodial parents' rights
platform. I endorse him, and I urge fatherhood
advocates to work for him and with him. His
campaign can be reached through his website
To hear Badnarik
Side with Glenn Sacks, go to
Presidential Candidate Defends Noncustodial
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Blasts Breaking the Silence Again
the Corporation for Public Broadcasting
released a report which endorsed the central
charges we've made against PBS's film Breaking
the Silence: Children's Stories. In the
report CPB Ombudsman Ken A. Bode declared that
there is "no hint of balance in Breaking
Bode did it
"Breaking the Silence Redux" (12/19/05).
In the new report Bode comments on the reactions
to his previous report from major players in
the controversy, including the film's co-producers
Catherine Tatge and Dominique Lasseur of Tatge/Lasseur
Productions, Inc., and Michael Lunceford, President
of the Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation.
report can be found
here. His previous report can be read
here. To contact Ken A. Bode, click
CPB Ombudsman: Producers' 'Defense' Amounts
to 'Plea of Guilty to Violating the Fairness
and Balance Standards of PBS'
Bode wrote that in response
previous report, "We also heard from the
program's co-producers Catherine Tatge and Dominique
Lasseur Productions.'" Bode writes:
"In my original posting
I concluded that there was no hint of balance
in the documentary Breaking the Silence.
Tatge/Lasseur said that my report was damaging
to their professional reputation and even more
to the women and children who are faced with
the situations described in their film.
"In discussing their research
and reporting Dominique Lasseur said the following:
'We spoke with members
of fathers' rights organizations and did extensive
research on their views. We made the decision
not to interview them on camera because they
would not have provided any balance or fairness
to the piece.'
"It was precisely the lack
of balance and fairness that caused so many
viewers to contact PBS and CPB. That was also
the main thrust of my report. Lasseur now says
that was intentional. Simply put, that amounts
to a plea of guilty to violating the fairness
and balance standards of PBS."
As for the
producers' claim that Bode's previous report
was "damaging to their professional reputation,"
don't blame Bode--you did that to yourselves.
To learn more about the film's credibility problems,
my co-authored columns
PBS's Breaking the Silence: Family Law
in the Funhouse Mirror (Albany
Times-Union, 10/20/05, Norfolk Virginian
Pilot, 10/24/05) and
PBS Declares War on Dads (Los Angeles
Daily Journal, San Francisco Daily Journal,
11/1/05), as well as Wendy McElroy's
PBS Film Ignites Fathers' Rights Debate
(Fox News, 11/7/05) and Cathy Young's
PBS's negative picture of fathers (Boston
See No Credible Advocates for Fathers
slap at fatherhood advocates is priceless:
with members of fathers' rights organizations
and did extensive research on their views. We
made the decision not to interview them on camera
because they would not have provided any balance
or fairness to the piece."
there are countless fine advocates for fathers
who would have provided desperately needed "balance"
and "fairness" to the piece. For example, Mike
McCormick, Executive Director of the
American Coalition for Fathers and Children,
was in contact with Lasseur during the production
of Breaking the Silence, and would have
been a valuable part of the film. Ned Holstein
and Dan Hogan of
Fathers & Families of Massachusetts, who
have helped lead this campaign, would also have
been excellent choices.
Has the Film's Backer Backed Down?
In mid-October, Massachusetts
domestic violence advocates prescreened Breaking
the Silence at the Massachusetts State House
in Boston. At the screening it was announced
that this presentation and others planned across
the country had been financed by a stipend from
the Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation, which
had previously given $500,000 towards the production
of the film.
Bode's report indicates
that the leaders of Mary Kay may have changed
According to Bode, Michael
Lunceford, president of the Mary Kay Ash Charitable
Foundation, wrote to him and distanced his organization
from the film. Lunceford says:
"The Foundation has no
plan to distribute this documentary the way
it did the 2001 program Breaking the Silence:
Journeys of Hope, which was sold through
the foundation with an accompanying program
Lunceford also appeared
anxious to disassociate himself from the film,
telling Bode that after making the grant for
the production, the Mary Kay Ash Charitable
Foundation had no further involvement with the
project. Lunceford wrote:
"Our agreement with CPTV
was for a program regarding the effects of domestic
violence on children. The co-producers CPTV
and Tatge/Lasseur had full independence within
that topic in researching and producing the
program. As you are aware, under PBS National
Program Funding Standards and Practices, the
co-producers are fully responsible for the program
research and content."
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and a must-read for all dads.
CPB Condemns Tatge/Lasseur's
Defamation of Dr. Scott Loeliger
As many of you know, after
Breaking the Silence was shown nationally
on PBS on October 20, I was contacted by Dr.
Scott Loeliger, a father who was defamed in
the film. Together Scott and I worked to prepare
and release his side of the story, and it has
subsequently been discussed and reported on
by Fox News, the Boston Globe, Reason
magazine, and several radio networks.
Scott and I released
extensive documentation that shows that
his ex-wife Sadia Loeliger--portrayed as a heroic
mom in the film--was found by a California Juvenile
Court to have abused children under her care,
and that both of her daughters were adjudged
to be dependents of the Juvenile Court. Bode
"We heard from Dr. Scott
Loeliger whose daughter and former wife were
featured in the documentary. Loeliger says the
producers knew that he possesses documents from
a juvenile court proving his wife was the abuser.
He asked that his daughter be removed from the
program and says that failure by the producers
to do so was 'a poison pill that destroyed the
entire premise of the documentary.'
"Producers Lasseur and
Tatge replied in a letter to CPB that Dr. Loeliger
declined their offer to interview him so that
his views could be aired. Had he agreed to be
interviewed Loeliger would have been the only
"They also say that after
speaking to Dr. Loeliger they changed the names
of the mother and daughter. What difference
does that make? Their faces were still on public
television screens all over the country. Did
they think that Dr. Loeliger, to whom they caused
pain, would mistake them for strangers?
"Loeliger says he has received
no satisfaction from PBS, CPTV or the producers
and still threatens to release the juvenile
files and sue."
Loeliger declined to be
interviewed on the show because he did not want
his daughter to be caught between warring parents
on national television. Scott shied away from
publicity on the issue, and requested of the
filmmakers only that they leave his daughter
out of the film--click
here to read Scott's letters to the producers.
These requests were ignored. Finally, after
being defamed on national television, Scott
figured there was little left to lose and contacted
me so he could tell his story for the first
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