Hunger Protest ~ To be part of children’s lives.

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http://www.parentalrights.us/video/hunger-protest-interview-ray-schwabstrong_50896f4c0.html

Hunger protest at the state capital in Kansas. Ray Schwabstrong talks about how the system systematically isolated his parental rights to see and be part of his children’s lives. Ray talks about how is daughter was sexually abused while in custody of the state. To further the argument, Ray further explains the corruption within family court and social services and how the judge makes up rules as they continue a unconstitutional proceedings.

Father is fighting for me - 2016Ray is fighting for his rights with his wonderful wife on his side in protesting his parental rights to be a loving parent.

Supporting his family is what all of us brothers and sisters out should be doing. We need to put a stop to this abusive system that cares nothing more then hurting the children causing hardship for the parents and destroying our society.

Source: Hunger Protest – Interview Ray Schwabstrong

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How Much is Too Much Child Support?

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How Much is Too Much? | Psychology Today

On Jan. 1, Massachusetts adopted new child-support guidelines (link is external) that will likely raise the amount paid by non-custodial parents, usually fathers.

Are the new guidelines excessive and unfair, as a lawsuit charges? Or were the old guidelines too stingy? How much child support is enough? How much is too much?

Fathers & Families (link is external), a Boston-based advocacy organization, says the payments under the new guidelines are excessive. Non-custodial parents, usually fathers, who must now make increased payments could be forced to work long hours or move to a distant community to find housing they can afford.

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FOX 25 Boston News – – Just hearing the words child support sparks an emotional response. Fathers who feel like the rules are more about the paycheck than the parenting, mothers who say they cant live on what they have. In general, the perception is, its unfairly biased against men in the state of Massachusetts, says John Ollen of Marthas Vineyard. Full Story

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