Tag Archives: Youth

  • Belt Promotion

    Posted on June 10, 2003 by admin in Children and Teens.

    The youngest Landrith (five years old) just earned his yellow belt in Tae Kwon Do. His daddy is psyched. That is all.

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  • Go To War, Lose Your Kids

    Posted on April 4, 2003 by admin in Children and Teens.

    From Glenn Sacks: A Military Hero's Service Costs Him His Right to be a Father When Gary, a US Navy SEAL, was deployed in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom in the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, he never dreamed that his service to his country would cost him […]

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  • Smart alive?

    Posted on March 12, 2003 by admin in Children and Teens.

    According to CNN, Elizabeth Smart is alive: Missing teenager Elizabeth Smart found alive in Salt Lake City suburb, police say. According to MSNBC: KSL-Salt Lake City and NBC News confirm that Elizabeth Smart, the missing Utah teen, is alive. She was found today in a restaurant in Sandee, Utah, with a sometime handyman for the […]

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  • Luis Cisneros

    Posted on March 5, 2003 by admin in Children and Teens.

    The four year old child found "face down in a pile of dirt in a city park" in Nashville had a name. He was Luis Cisneros. How could someone do that to little Luis?

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  • Sad News in Nashville

    Posted on February 24, 2003 by admin in Children and Teens.

    Christian Bottorff reporting for The Tennessean on Boy's body found in Nashville park: A young boy was found dead yesterday morning in a west Nashville public park, face down on the back of a dirt mound. Metro detective Brad Corcoran said the child appeared to have been dead at least two days before he was […]

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  • Bullying

    Posted on February 7, 2003 by admin in Children and Teens.

    Marie Gryphon on bullying and legal protections against assault: Children are told that it will be character building to “deal with their own problems” at school. I don’t know too many adults who have to make friends with bodybuilders so they don’t have their lunch stolen. Why do we think childhood should be like Lord […]

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  • Kidnapped Child Found Six Years Later

    Posted on December 10, 2002 by admin in Children and Teens.

    If I believed in Hell, I know there'd be a special place reserved there for the three women in this story from Sunday's Los Angeles Times who killed a new mother and kidnapped her baby.

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  • Child Support, Part Two

    Posted on September 17, 2002 by admin in Children and Teens.

    Glenn Sacks and Dianna Thompson destroy the myth of the Deadbeat Dad. Other "deadbeat dads" are victims of child support enforcement agency errors, which studies have shown account for as much as a third of all alleged arrearages in some states and counties. These errors occur in part because the federal government funds the states' […]

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  • Kids and Cars

    Posted on September 3, 2002 by admin in Children and Teens.

    I’ll never understand this. Why would a loving parent leave a small child alone in their car? Even for a minute. There is no errand so important that you must endanger your child in order to perform. There is no excuse for this – Newborn dies in car fire. As the father of a five […]

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  • Child Support

    Posted on August 27, 2002 by admin in Children and Teens.

    truthout has a reprint of a New York Times story on a "nationwide sweep" of fathers who've not paid their child support. Okey-dokey. But when is there going to be a "nationwide sweep" of mothers who violate child visitation and custody orders with gleeful abandon, denying good and supportive fathers time with their children? Anyone? […]

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