I recently received your emailed request for funding. I wanted to write and let you know how
critical I believe journalism is to our free society.
The Mercury News, like many other large news sources, rarely
touch upon the topic of divorce because it’s not sexy, taboo or – in a worst
case scenario – you are controlled by the powers that be.
The state of California is being paid to eliminate parents from the lives of children through federal Title IV-D funding. Meanwhile Title IV-E funding encourages CPS to remove kids from homes at a national rate of two per minute. That’s federally funded child trafficking. (Title 4D and E funding info)
The family courts in California have run unconstitutionally
for decades without much attention. They
hold secret courts where one party isn’t present (ex parte). They have no juries. No cameras.
They pretty much have unchecked power because the media has done nothing
to shine light on the problem.
The state of
California is being paid to eliminate parents from the lives of children.
That statement sounds like something from Nazi Germany. Yet it gets zero press.
The good news is, with the recent Covid-19 epidemic, “Constitutionality”
is slowly becoming vogue again. Judges
from Wisconsin, Oregon and Illinois have limited the power of their tyrannical
governors who declared unconstitutional stay-at-home orders. Police on YouTube are refusing duty because
their orders are unconstitutional.
Many independent web based news sources are beginning to
speak about Title IV-D. THIS is the
future of journalism. Mercury News is
way behind on the curve.
I am a fit, loving parent in an eight-year CA-driven divorce. I have been blocked from my daughters for
nearly two years. I have committed no
crimes. I have a $20,000 bail bond on my
head because I refuse to attend unconstitutional court hearings. I was forced to pay 90% of my income to the state
of California – two-thirds of which doesn’t even go to the mother of my kids.
I am connected to hundreds of other Californians who want
justice. Who fear the state they live
in. Who have no voice.
Find me an article on Title IV-D funding and I’ll find you
$1,000 in donations (likely 100 $10 donations from homeless fathers).
Drop the word unconstitutional
once or twice – not because you are getting paid – because you stand for
something other than yourself.
Good luck in your quest to keep the Mercury News above