Chapter 1 — Marriage, The Bedrock Of Civilization

I have always believed that a successful marriage is probably the happiest and most sustaining relationship humans can achieve.

Erin Pizzey

This Way To The Revolution

The safest place for a woman is in her home married to the biological father of her children.
Unfortunately, under current laws and practices a man has to be functionally insane to marry and a drooling idiot to sire a child.


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Other Chapters In This Book

| Chapter 2 — Divorce, Twenty-First Century Plague |

| Chapter 3 — Child Support: A Program For Everyone But Children And Fathers |

| Chapter 4 — Families In The Twenty-First Century |

| Chapter 5 — The Military Family |

| Chapter 6 — Fathers And Mothers Today |

| Chapter 7 — Paternity Fraud Epidemic |

| Chapter 8 — Child "Protective" Services —Who's Minding The Minders? |


Last modified 4/11/15

From the moment you marry everything she has belongs to her and everything you have belongs to her.
Under current laws a man has to be functionally insane to marry and a drooling idiot to sire a child.


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