Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Domestic violence and men's rights

Harry Crouch writes, in the San Diego paper:
Phyllis Schlafly's "Weak women and the Bill of Rights" (Opinion, March 30) is right on the money. I was in court again watching the daily herding of men charged with domestic violence. The judge, public defenders and prosecutors all taught the "anti-male and anti-marriage notions" Schlafly describes.
You can find her other columns on this subject here.