The final verdict is in. The state is guilty as charged. Vladek Filler is victorious.
Robert Franklin, providing the subject of sexual assault something it direly needs. Balance.
It’s about damned time.
Is it possible to reduce the excessive gynocentrism currently guiding family law? Robert Franklin discusses the nature of gynocentrism and provides steps toward effective legal reform.
Mary Kellett. Her name has become synonymous corrupt legal witch hunts and now she wants to make it allowable by law.
Robert Franklin with a summary of the latest important developments in the ongoing legal saga of Vladek Filler.
Vladek Filler was terrorized by a powerful criminal justice system in Maine for eight years. Now it seems as though he is the last man standing.
Hypocrisy is a difficult thing. It requires mental contortions and genuflections that few can long sustain. So here’s a suggestion for the news media: take notice of men.
Want to know how to make a terrorist really deadly? Pretend she doesn’t exist.
Falsely-accused Vladek Filler is clearly not a man to be trifled with. He’s continuing to stand up to a juggernaut and at every turn, when the dust has settled, it’s been Filler who remains standing.
Vicki Turetsky is the commissioner of the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) and, within the understandable parameters of that job, a very good one. As with any bureaucrat, she’s limited in what she can accomplish, but Turetsky has always demonstrated a balanced understanding of the child support system. She’s no “higher support orders […]
It’s that time of year again: the U.S. Open Tennis Championships have come. And once again, the sex discrimination is barely talked about. Robert Franklin takes a look.