July 24, 2007

A Target Too Low

Posted by Adam Graham in : Family Matters

I think there’s much truth to Phylis Schlafly’s column on the rights of fathers in divorce, as well as the harm many of the current divorce courts do to children. However, I found her column unsettling by its basic title, “Children’s rights should include life with both parents.” If the best we can do is set the goal of more equitable visitation rights for broken homes, I fear we aim too low, and if that’s the most we can hope for, we are in dire straits.

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