Equal Justice Foundation

Areas of Interest

Civilization

Vote Fraud & Election Issues

Courts, Veteran Courts, & Civil Liberties

Families and Marriage

Prohibitions & War On Drugs

War Against Veterans

Finding Help — Other sources

Global Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Against Men in Colorado

Emerson story — Second Amendment

Have charges of domestic violence or abuse been made against you, or someone you know or love? Whether you are a man or woman information essential to the survival of you and your children is presented here.

The Equal Justice Foundation is a nonprofit organization of citizens from all walks of life working to:

Our viewpoints and findings are presented by an eclectic array of male and female authors from a wide variety of fields, backgrounds, and viewpoints.


 
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Our objective is to fix the problem, not the blame.


 

Fundamental Liberties

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The Equal Justice Foundation works to insure that:

These actions are occurring in America everyday. If you haven't yet personal experience with such sordid injustices we invite you to explore the following pages. Look at the evidence and laws behind these despicable acts. You will find numerous personal stories of men and women who have suffered under these draconian policies, often losing everything they loved and owned in the process. The persecution of Dr. Tim Emerson is but one contemptible example. See why so many find suicide their only escape. And join the Equal Justice Foundation in providing help and succor to many desperate men and women.


 

Basic Findings

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Make no mistake, we are engaged in an epic battle between two incompatible ideologies with fundamentally different views of the rights of the individual and the power of the state, with the future of civilization at stake.

In studying the problems of children, families, and marriage that are the bedrock of our society, some simple facts emerge from study after study:

Yet radical ideologues have successfully campaigned to pass laws that contravene these findings and act to destroy children, families, and marriages on a previously unimagined scale. No one of us can combat these evils, but standing together we can, and have made a difference.

These are not battles that will be won overnight and victory will never be complete. But we are turning the tide on repression and darkness. Please join us, for your sake, and the sake of your children.


 

Research Areas

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The essays, papers, articles, and illustrative vignettes of the research areas of interest to the Equal Justice Foundation are organized into six general areas:

 


 
Click any of the following links for additional information about the Equal Justice Foundation. To contact the Foundation click on the Comments button on this on any other page on our sites..

Our objective is to fix the problem, not the blame.

Introduction

Join the EJF

EJF Newsletters

Brochures

EJF on Facebook

Contribute

Get EJF newsletter

Handouts

Annual Reports

Help for Members

How You Can Help

Bumper Stickers

The Equal Justice Foundation is supported entirely by dues ($25/year) and contributions.

All work is done by volunteers and we have no paid staff.


 

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Equal Justice Foundation

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The Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado.

Contributions are tax deductible.

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Note: We do not knowingly associate with facilities, organizations, or groups whom we are aware discriminate against men or women on the basis of race, religion, origin, or gender.

 


 

The good men may do separately is small compared with what they may do collectively.

Benjamin Franklin

Last modified 6/21/13