Rename it the Violence Against Democracy Act or the Violence Against America Act, but let's end the charade that the act serves the cause of justice or reduces domestic violence. The Violence Against Women Act violates the spirit of American democracy. Indeed, it is totalitarian in nature, an accusation fully justified by its frequent denial of basic civil liberties to those accused of domestic violence. Relentless feminist propaganda and the ordinary person's lack of firsthand contact with the battered women industry serve to keep the myths surrounding this bill alive.The site lets readers vote on the arguments, and the votes are overwhelmingly against VAWA.
Eagle Forum Legislative Alert:
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
US News and World Report has a debate on renewing the Violence Against Women Act. Laura Wood writes: