DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ANALYST: Dr. E. Everett Bartlett, the President of the Coalition to End Domestic Violence.
Results from the recent November 3 elections reveal broad voter dissatisfaction with affirmative action laws and policies that afford preferences to certain gender, racial, and ethnic groups. The results suggest that domestic violence laws, which for years have given preference to female victims, are losing favor.
In California, a strong majority of voters rejected an attempt to resuscitate the use of sex, race, and national origin by universities and other agencies. Chinese-Americans led the opposition to Proposition 16, which was defeated by a 56% to 44% margin.
Liberal progressivism has long supported affirmative action programs that grant preferences on the basis of sex and race. But voters across the country rejected progressive ideals last Tuesday, as House Republicans registered a net gain of five seats.
Liberal stalwarts described the election results in apocalyptic terms. Democrat Jim Clyburn warned bluntly, if “we are going to run on Medicare for All, defund the police, socialized medicine, we’re not going to win.” One Democratic lawmaker commented, “It’s a dumpster fire.” Politico’s Jake Sherman described the election as an “abject disaster” for Democrats.
The federal Violence Against Women Act is a leading example of a sex-based affirmative action program. But the law’s focus on women is not confirmed by research. According California State University professor Martin Fiebert, 221 empirical studies “demonstrate that women are as physically aggressive, or more aggressive, than men in their relationships with their spouses.”
The Violence Against Women Act has given rise to an array of female-specific offices, programs, grantees, and commissions. For example, the Department of Justice sponsors a Task Force on Research and Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women. The DOJ does not have a corresponding Task Force on Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Men, even though Native American men experience similar rates of domestic violence.
This omission led one observer to characterize VAWA’s neglect of male victims as “an insult to fairness.”
In contrast to the federal Violence Against Women Act, state-level laws usually are written using sex-neutral language. But bias is often evident in training programs. For example, research has found that 58% of domestic violence cases are bi-directional, with both partners engaging in abusive behaviors. But one training module by the Association of Title IX Administrators insists, without citing evidence, “To be clear, mutual abuse is neither common nor is it truly mutual.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control, each year there are 4.2 million male victims of physical domestic violence, and 3.5 million female victims. For male victims of domestic violence, justice remains an elusive ideal.
The Violence Against Women Act needs a Fresh Start to address the causes of domestic violence, become responsive to the wishes of victims, support families, and end over-criminalization.
ABOUT: Domestic violence is a serious problem that knows no boundaries of sex, gender, economic status, geography, or education. The Coalition to End Domestic Violence (CEDV) is a broad-based network of concerned groups and individuals committed to finding substantive solutions to stop domestic violence in the United States.
Tim Phizackerley – Britain’s Fastest Hypnotist
Tim Phizackerley of BritainsFastestHypnotist.com is a hypnotist, therapist, and mind coach specializing in treatment of addiction, PTSD, and trauma.
Tim uses rapid, deep hypnosis and other fascinating tools to end addictions, cure trauma, fix relationship problems and change lives. You can see reviews and video clips on his website here.
Featured in the national press, on radio and on TV, Tim’s work has benefited hundreds of thousands of people. He was also featured in the hit book From Rock Bottom To Sober Forever: The story of how a hopeless alcoholic, resigned to an early death, found complete freedom from her addiction.
In his practice, Tim Phizackerley is an expert in hypnotism and uses high-speed ultra-deep methods to solve problems that otherwise seem hopeless. His work on Post Traumatic Stress was recently endorsed by a team of professional neuroscientists as having yielded the best and most rapid PTSD treatment known. He has mental health treatment programs being used in UK schools right now.
He became interested in fear, trauma, and mindset because he is married to a three-time survivor of terminal illness and multiple transplantee. It was his desire to help her that led to his career as a hypnotist. He is passionate about people, has an international client list, and is a trainer of hypnotism for positive change. Hundreds of thousands of people have now used his programs.
The practical applications of hypnosis have been largely untapped by science or in the professional treatment for substance abuse. Advertisers are hurting people with hypnosis though and they use it regularly. Tim is keen to educate people on how to defend themselves by being aware of the methods in use.
Hypnosis is a truly fascinating/contentious subject and as Britain’s Fastest Hypnotist and with a wealth of unique and fascinating experience, Tim has countless incredibly interesting and useful things to share with you.
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Martin Sheen Presents: “The World is my Country” Premieres on U.S. Public Broadcasting Stations Beginning in April
(Los Angeles) -The World Is My Country, a new documentary film chronicling the life of the iconic “World Citizen #1” Garry Davis, will premiere on U.S. public television stations and PBS affiliates beginning in April, 2021.
The film, introduced by Academy Award®-winning actor Martin Sheen, includes exclusive footage from Davis’ live performances alongside pristine archival footage documenting his journey from Broadway actor to bomber pilot to being dubbed “World Citizen #1” by the media reports of the day.
“Back in the Golden Age of Broadway Garry wowed audiences with his rapid-fire Danny Kaye number,” said director Arthur Kanegis, “but then he was drafted into World War II and ordered to bomb Brandenburg. Horrified at the carnage, he leapt off the Broadway stage onto the World stage — taking on border guards, guns and jail – in a jaw-dropping mission to unite the people of our world.”
Davis’ bold actions drew the support of Albert Einstein, Simone de Beauvoir, John Paul Sartre, Albert Camus and thousands more to a movement that culminated when the United Nations unanimously passed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on Dec. 10,1948.
For the next 65 years, Davis continued his effort to inspire “we the people” to take the lead in creating world law to outlaw war, oppression and the destruction of the environment — and build a safe, secure and sustainable future for all. In 2013 The New York Times titled his front-page obituary: “Man Of No Nation sees One World of No War.”
“Given the magnitude of today’s global challenges, from climate change and COVID-19 to displaced millions and nuclear war, the urgency of Garry’s ideas has never been greater” said Melanie Bennett, Producer of the film. “What drew me to this film is that Garry actually gives us a solution!”
Albert Einstein was quoted as saying that Davis grasps the key to “whether mankind will disappear by its own hand or continue to exist.”
Distributed by NETA—the National Educational Telecommunications Association, The World Is My Country, begins a coast-to-coast volley of local broadcasts on dozens of U.S. public television and PBS affiliates.
Detailed information about local broadcasts nationwide, images and other media assets including the film trailer and promotional spot with Martin Sheen are available here:
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