Say It Ain’t So! Top Gun Crashes and Burns! Where was his wing man when the high profile divorce starring Tom Cruise went public? Where were all the good parents rallying to his side when our hero from Top Gun crashed and burned? Where were the real activists when it came time to engage the enemy in yet another surprise attack upon the child? Maverick’s civil rights were shot down like so many other parents victimized by the divorce industry. In fact, it was a dogfight that ended before it even began with the barbaric laws still on the books in New York. Tom had no chance given the ongoing gender prejudice and “custodial institution of childrearing” which routinely turns loving fathers into subclass “visitors” and servants in their children’s lives.
Unfortunately we have to blame each other for this humiliating defeat and the tabloid fodder which followed. America is set up constitutionally to be governed by the people. But the people continue to complain and engage in keyboard battles from the comfort of their homes, pontificating to no one who cares. Until a major public protest occurs in our nation’s capital, parents across America will continue to be abused. Few concerned citizens came to our conventions and rallies in New York, D.C. and elsewhere over the years, and virtually everyone with endless excuses ignored the donate button on this site as an alternative. The $1,100 raised altogether will not even pay for the cost of maintaining it, let alone the hundreds of thousands of dollars in valued time providing services.
In addition to these disasters, as many of you followers already know, the volunteer sponsor of this site (www.leonkoziol.com) has experienced severe retributions in his professional career as a consequence of the profound stands, public criticisms and court actions filed for the purpose of achieving long overdue reform. A recent federal action, Koziol v Peters, in the Northern District of New York, explains this retribution from a startling First Amendment standpoint. And so, we are reluctantly forced to suspend our efforts indefinitely. The D.C. rally set for September 17th (Constitution Day) has received little assistance, and we have nothing left to sacrifice. If anyone would like to take up the organizing effort for this crucial event, feel free to contact us.
That said, we leave you with the following quote from Teddy Roosevelt which may best describe all of the suffering endured by civil rights advocate, Leon Koziol, J.D. in this worthy cause. He valiantly served the quest to take back our children from the state and its lawyers who prostitute them so often for the sake of jobs, fees and federal revenues (the “custodial institution of childrearing”):
“The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena… who strives valiantly, who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in worthy causes, who, at best, knows the triumph of high achievement and who, at worst, if he fails, fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”
CHILDREN NEED BOTH PARENTS IN THEIR LIVES