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A New Immigration Racket Emerges: Green Cards for Fake Abuse Victims

A New Immigration Racket Emerges: Green Cards for Fake Abuse Victims David Root August 3, 2017 US citizens and residents should beware of this “green card” fraudster. These immigrants prey on residents with the goal of a marrying for a green card-not love. The US citizen or resident marries in good faith, while the immigrant spouse alleges abuse to throw off suspicions it was [...]

By |August 11th, 2017|Domestic Violence, False Allegations, Immigration, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on A New Immigration Racket Emerges: Green Cards for Fake Abuse Victims

VAWA Destroys Lives, Families, and Men

VAWA Destroys Lives, Families, and Men  Michael Volpe January 25, 2017 During the campaign, Donald Trump promised to get our budget under control. The claim was met was skepticism since it was light on specifics and seemed aspirational given that our national debt is now approaching $20 trillion. Recently, his team came up with some [...]

By |January 26th, 2017|Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on VAWA Destroys Lives, Families, and Men

E-Lert: AG Lynch Shamefully Ignores Male Victims in DV Speech

E-Lert: AG Lynch Shamefully Ignores Male Victims in DV Speech For Domestic Violence Awareness Month, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch delivered remarks about domestic violence at a Justice Department event. As one can see from the transcript, here: http://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/acting-associate-attorney-general-stuart-f-delery-delivers-remarks-justice-department, AG Lynch repeatedly refers to female victims, but doesn't mention male victims once. We at SAVE [...]

By |October 13th, 2015|Bills, Dating Violence, Department of Justice, Discrimination, Domestic Violence, E-lert, Inclusion, Media, Training, VAWA Inclusion Mandate, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on E-Lert: AG Lynch Shamefully Ignores Male Victims in DV Speech

The Rape Epidemic on Campus Does Not Exist

The Rape Epidemic on Campus Does Not Exist Minding the Campus Editor March 16, 2015 HOWARD HUSOCK: We have been told that a crisis of sexual violence grips college and university life. By some accounts, including that of President Obama himself, one in five female undergraduates is said to be likely to experience a sexual [...]

It’s Time To Push Back against Feminist Bullies

It's Time To Push Back against Feminist Bullies Mollie Hemingway November 17, 2014 How many times have you heard the line that feminism is simply “the radical notion that women are people”? And when was the last time you thought that sentiment even remotely expressed whatever the h-e-double-hockey-sticks is going on in feminism these days? [...]

Abuse Myths: Numerous, Pervasive, and By Design

Abuse Myths: Numerous, Pervasive, and By Design Stop Abusive and Violent Environments Feb. 23, 2014 “Intimate partner violence is the leading cause of death for African-American women aged 15-45.” – Attorney General Eric Holder, Oct. 19, 2009 A.G. Holder’s statement turned out to be wrong. So wrong, in fact that the Washington Post’s Fact-Checker said [...]

By |February 25th, 2014|Domestic Violence, Uncategorized, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on Abuse Myths: Numerous, Pervasive, and By Design

‘Bait and Switch’ at Dept. of Education’s Negotiated Rulemaking Session

‘Bait and Switch’ at Dept. of Education’s Negotiated Rulemaking Session FIRE February 24, 2014 WASHINGTON, February 24, 2014—Today, the Department of Education began the second of three sessions of negotiated rulemaking on changes to federal campus crime reporting requirements. Unfortunately, negotiators are attempting to advance regulatory measures specifically rejected by lawmakers in the 2013 reauthorization [...]

By |February 25th, 2014|Campus, Uncategorized, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on ‘Bait and Switch’ at Dept. of Education’s Negotiated Rulemaking Session

VAWA’s Culture of Denial and Disinformation

VAWA’s Culture of Denial and Disinformation SAVE January 21, 2014 Domestic violence is a serious problem. Its solution demands good research and solid facts. Unfortunately, many groups supported by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) have opted to politicize the issue, cherry-picking the truth and fabricating falsehoods. Dr. Denise Hines of Clark University recently reported [...]

By |January 21st, 2014|Uncategorized, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on VAWA’s Culture of Denial and Disinformation

Rulemaking on VAWA Campus Sexual Violence Starts

RULEMAKING ON CAMPUS SEXUAL VIOLENCE STARTS TODAY The first of three negotiated rulemaking sessions on the Violence Against Women Act kicks off at the Education Department today. The department will hear from negotiators on how to incorporate changes from last year’s reauthorization of VAWA into existing campus safety and reporting requirements. The Clery Act stipulates [...]

By |January 13th, 2014|Campus, DED Sexual Assault Directive, Sexual Assault, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on Rulemaking on VAWA Campus Sexual Violence Starts

Mississippi Fails to Distribute $1.6 Million to DV Shelters

PEER critical of agency’s handing of shelter funds By Wally Northway December 27,2013 JACKSON — A legislative committee is criticizing state health officers for what it says is failure to distribute $1.6 million to domestic violence shelters across Mississippi. Deputy state health officer Mike Lucius told The Clarion-Ledger that a state law enacted in 1983 limits the [...]

By |January 3rd, 2014|Abuse Shelter, Accountability, Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women Act|Comments Off on Mississippi Fails to Distribute $1.6 Million to DV Shelters