Family Law Chatter

NCPs may be identified as a threat to national security

Jim Untershine, GZS of LB, 12-15-02

Noncustodial parents (NCP) may number 14 million in this country. Depending on the particular state that has gained control of their families, these NCPs have been isolated and alienated and may be the sleepers this country should recognize. Some splinter groups have acted alone with unauthorized attacks on themselves, their children's mother, and their children. Some rogue cells have targeted police officers, teachers, and in-laws.

Many of these potential "assets" have been exposed to the "iron fist" of Child Support Enforcement (CSE) which has denied them of many freedoms guaranteed to other citizens of this country. The bitterness and resentment that is forced upon these heterosexual taxpayers that dare to raise children may provoke them into a "fight or flight" dilemma.

Unfortunately these victims of family law persecution are "pilgrims with nowhere to go" since they can be tracked and intercepted across counties, across states, and across oceans. They are denied passports, imposed a financial embargo, denied to hold licenses, are exiled to self-employment, and imposed an ever-growing arrearage that can never be discharged.

With the "flight" option gone, only one option remains, but who will these disgruntled parents choose to fight?

Usama Bin Laden was introduced to a watered down version of "The American Way" after he was identified as the mastermind responsible for the "copy-cat attack" on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon that claimed thousands of lives. (Louis Joy III crashed his plane into his New Hampshire home a month before 911. Joy was reacting to his first visit to family court and succeeded in cheating family law justice.)

Governor Gray Davis of California adamantly supports paternity fraud while his state brags that 80% of paternity establishments are due to default court orders. The state of California is in a position to bring this "evil doer" to justice by filing default court orders for every out-of-wedlock birth reported in California and attach to 25% of Usama's reported worth of over a half a billion dollars

This win-win situation would serve the California Governor's lust for federal funding while providing the nation with the closure they desire by giving this terrorist a taste of the freedom he so adamantly envies. If captured, Usama would be forced to pay California the back child support plus 10% interest, while California would receive federal incentives for collection.

What is Davis waiting for? Whose side is Davis on? Is Davis with us or against us?

Perhaps Davis fears federal scrutiny when his new brand of paternity fraud continues to exceed perfection. California's paternity establishment percentage was reported to be 123% in 1998 and represents over 34,000 paternity establishments over and above out-of-wedlock births. California has continued to exceed 100% paternity establishment since Clinton's welfare reform made it profitable in 1996 \1

Perhaps Davis fears federal scrutiny if the profit reaped by California CSE becomes excessive for simply sitting on their hands, incurring excessive administration costs, or fraudulently reporting collections. California led the nation pocketing $198 million over and above administration costs regarding CSE in 1998 with a collection-to-cost ratio of 2.66. New York was second in the nation pocketing $56 million over and above administration costs regarding CSE in 1998 with a collection-to-cost ratio of 4.16. \2

Perhaps Davis fears federal scrutiny for actively promoting welfare or fraudulently reporting TANF expenditures.California led the nation transferring $307 million into their Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) regarding Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF) in 1999 and soaked up $3.3 billion in federal funding. New York was second in the nation transferring $249 million into their Social Services Block Grant (SSBG) regarding TANF in 1999 and soaked up $1.5 billion in federal funding. \3

Has Davis misplaced his loyalties? Has Davis sold out America? Patriotism does not have a four-year shelf life but fortunately Governors do. Thomas Jefferson did not do what he did, unless he had a very good reason. \4

As a native born Californian, I cannot condone this state forcing the federal government to fund this form of slavery that is being imposed on parents. I refuse to allow my children to be exposed to this "money machine" when they attempt to raise a family. This sinister regime believes that American taxpayers should reward our state for perpetrating fraud against parents and the federal government.

It may seem like a far-fetched idea for a parent to go to jail rather than pay, when they become aware they are funding slavery, but then they laughed at Henry David Thoreau too.


\1 Table 8-20 "Paternities Established", Table 8-21 "Out-Of-Wedlock Births", Table 8-22 "Percentage of Paternities Established". US House Ways and Means Committee, Greenbook, Section 8, CSE.
\2 Table 8-4 "Financing of CSE Program, Fiscal Year 1998" US House Ways and Means Committee, Greenbook, Section 8, CSE.
\3 Table 7-17 TANF Grants, Transfers and Expenditures, Fiscal Year 1999 US House Ways and Means Committee, Greenbook, Section 7, TANF
\4 The movie "Swordfish"

Jim Untershine, 824 E Pass Rd #3, Gulfport, MS 39507,,

Jim Untershine is a feedback control system designer who is currently using the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and the teachings of Henry David Thoreau (civil disobedience) to expose Family Law in California as the exploitation of children for money and the indentured servitude of heterosexual taxpayers who dare to raise children in this country