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Not In The Child’s Best Interest

Please join us this evening as Sherry L Palmer and Ron B. Palmer discuss their newly published book, Not In The Child’s Best Interest.

This is a ground-breaking manual on how to protect not only your rights as a parent, but also, how to protect the rights of your child during and after a divorce. This is a must-have for those parents seeking to retain all rights to their children and preventing the courts from interfering in that relationship, unnecessarily and many times, unconstitutionally.

Attorneys still lead parents to believe that they don’t have rights to their children until either the divorce court grants to them or the other parent agrees to give them to them.  The Palmer’s have written a book that expands the knowledge base for attorneys so that only divorce cases with a “genuine” violation of law can reduce a parent’s rights.

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Sherry Palmer

Sherry has experienced the terror of divorce custody battles first hand and has found a way out for us all through the U.S. Constitution. Her book on this topic is titled “Not in the Child’s Best Interest”, and is available here. If you find her articles insightful you will love her book.

Ron B Palmer

Ron is a constitutional scholar and a political activist. He focuses on parental rights in divorce. Having studied more than 100 Supreme Court opinions related to parental rights and the constitutional concepts that support those rights, Ron came to an amazing insight. The Supreme Court strongly supports that parental rights are among our oldest fundamental liberties. It is just that Divorce Courts have been allowed to ignore the Constitution. Ron intends to put a stop to this injustice perpetrated at the expense of divorced parents and children of divorce. More

Note To Eric Holder: Murder Is Illegal

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New World Reporter

by R.F. Goggin /Contributing Author

(NWR) – After reading only a few excerpts of a recent speech by the U.S. Attorney General at Northwestern University law school in Chicago, I find myself at odds with his justifications of the murder of Anwar al-Awlaki (an American citizen), five months ago – via a drone strike by the U.S. Government.

What struck me as being most outrageous and uncomfortable about Holder, was his stating:

“The Constitution guarantees due process, not judicial process..”

The problem for me with the above statement, even if one doesn’t consider how the Attorney General chose to hair-split the words of the U.S. Constitution, is that ‘due process’ or any legal process for that matter, was not in fact exercised in this case by the Obama administration. And since it is that Congress has not yet to my knowledge declared war on the country of Yemen, then what any fair-minded American must conclude actually took place in this instance was the absolute assassination of an individual of which the Constitution of United States had undoubtedly granted protection to.

According to Webster’s dictionary, ‘due process’ is defined:

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: a course of formal proceedings (as legal proceedings) carried out regularly and in accordance with established rules and principles —called also procedural due process
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: a judicial requirement that enacted laws may not contain provisions that result in the unfair, arbitrary, or unreasonable treatment of an individual —called also substantive due process More

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