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November 21, 2007

Background: We've done several protests against ads which portray men and fathers as clowns--see Campaign Against Anti-Father Verizon Commercial, Campaign Against Anti-Male Advertising, Campaign Against Detroit News ‘Get Her a Gift or She"ll Give You a Black Eye" Ad and Portable On Demand Storage Decides to Remove Anti-Male Ad in Face of Protests. To learn more about the problems with the way men are portrayed in advertising, click here. Brandweek editor Todd Wasserman discusses the problem of 'Dad as Idiot' advertising in his recent column The Surviving Dads Of Ads (Brandweek Magazine, 11/12/07).

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October 25, 2007

My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles criticizes the new child support/passport rules which are so overwhelmingly popular among the editorial boards of our nation's newspapers. To listen to the commentary, click here. To learn more about the passport law, see my co-authored column, Passport Rules Unfair to Child Support Debtors (San Antonio Express-News, 9/8/07). His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentaries are broadcast daily on KLAA AM 830, a 50,000 watt talk station in Los Angeles and Orange County. KLAA AM 830 is owned by Arte Moreno, owner of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. KLAA hosts include Glenn Beck and Michael Savage. From 2003-2005, His Side with Glenn Sacks ran in a syndicated talk show format in Los Angeles, New York City, Boston, Seattle, and other cities. To listen to show archives, click here.

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October 12, 2007

My recent His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles discusses New York Yankee rookie phenom Joba Chamberlain, who was raised by a single father, Harlan Chamberlain, who was partially crippled with polio as a child and grew up in foster homes. Joba explains: "If I can be half the man and half the father he was, I'll be very, very happy...[my father] was given what he was given and never batted an eye, never looked back."

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September 25, 2007

Ned Holstein, M.D., Executive Director of Fathers & Families, recently co-authored a piece on the Mary Winkler saga, arguing that Winkler, who killed her husband in March of 2006, should not receive custody of her three children. The column, written with columnist Glenn Sacks, is No child custody for husband-killer Mary Winkler (World Net Daily, 9/14/07). It appears below. No child custody for husband-killer Mary Winkler By Glenn Sacks and Ned Holstein, M.D. World Net Daily, 9/14/07 A killer shoots his spouse in the back, and then pulls the phone cord out so the victim can"t call 911. As the victim slowly bleeds to death, the killer abducts their three children and flees to another state. An Amber Alert is declared for the missing children, and the killer is hunted down by police, caught, and tried. Were the killer a man, he would be locked away for life. However, this killer is a woman, Mary Winkler. The kid gloves treatment she has received from the legal system demonstrates how courts tilt heavily in favor of women when adjudicating claims of domestic abuse.

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September, 13, 2007

My latest His Side with Glenn Sacks radio commentary for KLAA AM 830 in Los Angeles commends the Texas Supreme Court for allowing a lower court ruling to stand in the Roman v. Roman Texas frozen embryo case. In that case, Augusta Roman is trying to compel her ex-husband Randy Roman to allow embryos created while they were married to be implanted. I've sided with Randy in the case. To listen to my radio commentary, click here.

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