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The Truth About Many Advocacy Organizations

There are many advocacy groups and organizations forming and many have been around for quite some time. Two groups, The American Civil Liberties Union, and Mr. Ralph Nader's Consumer Protection Group are two of the more successful examples of what is truly needed for court and legal reform.

Far too many citizen's are content with the status quo until they personally get involved with lawyers and courts and see what is happening. It is unfortunate that these people will not be bothered when it is happening to their neighbors and fellow citizen's.

Many of the Court Reform groups related to family court, parents, mothers, fathers and children's rights advocacy consist mainly of being information brokers and referral sources only and have little intent to actually actively participate in bringing about these changes.

These groups have large staffs, huge financial resources and promote the ideas and concepts of reform. However it should be stated very clearly that should these reforms actually come about these groups will no longer have a livelihood.

It is said that there are three ways to change the law:

1) Through legislation

2) Through precedent setting court decisions

3) By force and rebellion

There is at any given time an abundance of cases available where any one case could be chosen by any of these groups to take the issues to the courts and bring about change. There are enough resources, an abundance of legal, financial, and support resources that these changes could have been made already.

These groups are not interested in successfully bringing about these changes for these changes would mean the loss of many jobs and careers.

Many organizations who promote change limit their participation to "passing along information," making referrals, organizing and basically making a very stable living off of the situation as it is and truly have no desire to see the changes needed being made.

As long as there is confusion, discontent and suffering these advocates will make a substantial living and exist on the status quo.

What is really needed is a group to form that will use the financial resources to take some of these cases to court and get these cases into the higher courts and make these changes that the lower courts will have to abide by if the legislators can't seem to get the message. Many of these groups will never do anything more than promote change, pass out fliers, pamphlets, and make referrals. Change can come about, look at what Ralph Nader has done for the consumer; look at what the American Civil Liberties Union has done for the rights of some individuals and many organizations. It should be said that the rights of children are not a priority of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Change is not likely to come about until it is needed by the many instead of the few, that is the way the system works in this democracy. If corruption was confronted and dealt with because it is the right thing to do, there would not be much corruption.


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