- Judge suspended for 45 days without pay
- Nation’s children too lazy to trick or treat
- State Supreme Court justice slams DHHR over foster care system
- Be Very Medicaid Fraudulently Quiet
- And Dr. Phil gets on the Parental Alienation Bandwagon
- Black single parents look to break down stereotypes
- Preview of LK’s A CPS Christmas Special
- Still much to be done in child welfare
|Judge suspended for 45 days without payPosted: 03 Nov 2009 05:01 AM PST
A Central Kentucky family court judge accused of judicial misconduct has been suspended for 45 days without pay and publicly reprimanded.
|Nation’s children too lazy to trick or treatPosted: 03 Nov 2009 04:57 AM PST
A shocking new study released today showed that 84% of American Children did not participate in Trick or Treating this Halloween. The study, commissioned by the University of Minnesota Child Psychology Institute, surveyed both parents and elementary school children nationwide and reached the incredible conclusion that our children are simply too goddamm lazy to walk around the goddamm neighborhood anymore.
|State Supreme Court justice slams DHHR over foster care systemPosted: 02 Nov 2009 11:39 AM PST
For the second time this year, a state Supreme Court justice has blasted the Department of Health and Human Resources by suggesting the agency has systemwide problems that need rapid correction.
|Be Very Medicaid Fraudulently QuietPosted: 02 Nov 2009 11:21 AM PST
In an editorial posted October 22, 2009, the Michigan Department of Community Health Director, Janet Olszweski, drastically failed to identify numerous key issues, outside of “efforts to leverage federal funding” as to why the state is challenged in meeting the needs of the people.
|And Dr. Phil gets on the Parental Alienation BandwagonPosted: 02 Nov 2009 07:57 AM PST
It’s being called the ultimate form of child abuse — brainwashing your children against an ex-spouse. Could you be harming your child emotionally and not even know it? Don’t miss the five biggest mistakes that divorcing parents make, and hear a poignant message from a teen affected by her parents’ divorce.
|Black single parents look to break down stereotypesPosted: 02 Nov 2009 07:40 AM PST
Black single parents look to break down stereotypes
|Preview of LK’s A CPS Christmas SpecialPosted: 02 Nov 2009 07:21 AM PST
What happens when a CPS worker takes a foster child to see Santa?
|Still much to be done in child welfarePosted: 02 Nov 2009 06:10 AM PST
An evaluation report into child welfare in the Netherlands presented to the Dutch Lower House today concludes that a lot still has to be done to resolve the problems in this sector.