Corona Chronicles IV: Upstate New York is now in peril due to Governor Cuomo’s conflict of interest and failure to quarantine New York City

 

Above: Introduction to Corona Chronicles, March 25th

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Yes, coronavirus virus is spreading, and an advisory travel ban is useless at its epicenter of New York City. The spread to upstate New York, using Governor Cuomo’s words, is coming with the speed of a “freight train or (commuter) bullet.” Next stop: a marginally impacted upstate New York.

For those of you hearing our governor merge the two parts of New York State, the upstate region is about as similar to New York City as the moon is to planet earth. Most of the city is located above the first floor with many skyscraper residents that make social distancing virtually impossible in their countless elevators.

In contrast, the 90% land area of New York State north of New Rochelle and Westchester County consists of single family homes, farms and small businesses. Our accents are different, our paces more humane and our communities are, for the most part, not destination spots. But that’s all changed now for for those fleeing the new horrors of the Big Apple.

They are not escaping just any big city, but the epicenter of coronavirus infections in the United States. While most governors are working cooperatively with the federal government to eradicate this pandemic, one that no nation had anticipated to such levels, our governor continues to posture for presidency as he conducts daily news conferences filled with wild projections, deceit and attention-grabbing headlines.

For example, while demanding an impossible 30,000 immediate delivery of respiratory devices from the federal government to address a shortage in New York City, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo did not disclose a stockpile of 2000 yet to be used. He failed to disclose how he turned down 16,000 devices in 2015 in favor of funding for special interest groups. Such devices were offered as part of a defense preparedness plan after 9-11. Instead, when a shut-down was suggested early on by Mayor DeBlasio, Andrew Cuomo, in his typical lawyer-confrontational mode replied that such extreme measures were reserved for nuclear war. The list goes on.

In short, rather than being a team player, Cuomo is constantly complaining without timely action of his own to the realities confronting us all. Now he has Nancy Pelosi blaming our president for his latent actions while she was too busy with a wholly political, time-consuming and costly impeachment process during the months preceding coronavirus arrival in the United States. It is all nearly as sick as the virus illness itself, and the people they serve can no longer ignore this dysfunction, infighting and vain jockeying for political office.

Yesterday, March 28, 2020, President Trump was considering the idea of a quarantine of metropolitan New York to contain the spread of this killer virus. Only the president has the authority to do this since two other states, New Jersey and Connecticut, are necessary to make this effective. But Cuomo, who was not notified of this development in his daily grandstanding news conference, vehemently opposed the idea as “unenforceable.” The president then decided to back off. If Cuomo can do better protecting New York, then go to it. After awhile, a president with responsibility over 49 other states and territories as far as Guam, can get exasperated by such politics.

The problem we face now in upstate New York is the definition of New York State when such considerations are made. Andrew Cuomo continues to use the entire state in his news conferences when addressing the nation’s epicenter. A stigma such as epicenter without distinction between upstate and downstate harms us needlessly. We have struggled enough economically in the shadows of the big city, but this designation will make it all the harder when we try to re-start our economy in weeks to come.

Governor Cuomo is quick to announce that the current statewide restrictions will have to remain in place for “5-9 months,” maybe even years. This will enable him to maintain his emergency, dictatorial powers for a much longer period than the president is seeking. Such an extension may be ideal for a grandstanding governor protected by silver-spoon wealth and tax-payer financed security, but to the rest of us, it’s Armageddon.

Already we find a police officer shot in the upstate city of Cortland during a domestic violence call. But this was more than a shooting, the would-be killer actually chased down the officer who took cover behind his police vehicle. It is a portend of things to come. Once again, as my whistle blower history bears out, I am proven too correct, too late. At the same time. violent criminals and even murderers are being released from Rikers Island and other state prisons, at least 1,100 already due to this virus.

With self-quarantine orders emerging from New York destination spots such as North and South Carolina, Maryland and Florida, wealthy downstate residents are fleeing upstate. News and resident reports back up a highly unusual condition of filled summer rentals at peak rates and Jersey plates heading into the Hudson Valley and Adirondack Mountains. The governor of Rhode Island has gone a step further by stopping all cars with New York plates and directing police to visit summer residences to assure that all New York visitors self-quarantine for 14 days.

Our governor, Andrew Cuomo, is not even close to doing anything like this for the millions of people residing upstate. Content with a mere advisory travel ban from the CDC, he has created, in his words, “a freight train and bullet” into upstate, New York. And the numbers are showing it with rural Madison County and Oneida County doubling their single digit infections overnight. Where is the leadership upstate when one of its own, Assemblyman Brian Miller, is facing death in a central New York hospital?

Does any New York politician understand that if you belatedly infect upstate New York, a second round of infections will re-emerge when downstate refugees return to a re-opened New York City. For this reason we must demand overdue action on this crisis. At the very least, Governor Cuomo should take a page from the president’s book by appointing his lieutenant governor to take over upstate matters. Hoarding power is as “unintelligent” (using his words) as hoarding toilet paper.

Don’t expect upstate protection any time soon, but rest assured, this virus is as lawless as the criminals that Cuomo is sending us. Predators always follow the herd. It’s the law of nature, and neither they nor the virus have any regard for wealth, status or grandstanding, much less an advisory travel ban between New York City and upstate New York.

Your support is now requested. Share this message and follow this site. You get information here that you’re not getting elsewhere. Our next conference call is tomorrow (Monday) March 30, 2020 at 7 pm ET. The call number and access code are the same: (605) 313-4427. The code when prompted is 583326. You can also e-mail me at leonkoziol@gmail.com or call our PRI office at (315) 380-3420.

Corona Chronicles III: My Upstate Representative is in ICU for Coronavirus as New York Governor Grandstands

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New York’s 101st Assembly District gerrymandered under Governor Cuomo and Legislature Redistricting. Its Representative Brian Miller was hospitalized yesterday for coronavirus complications in the ICU of St. Luke’s Hospital, no doubt as a result of social distancing violations with New York City staffers in Albany.  Both Brian Miller and I reside in the town of New Hartford located at the top left corner of this bizarre, snake-like district. It extends 200 miles from the heart of upstate New York to the lower Hudson Valley of metropolitan New York City.  In some parts, the district is barely 10 miles wide as it winds its way from Utica, New York through rural farmlands and the Catskill Mountains. If our state leaders are brazen enough to carve out such dysfunctional borders to maximize political party numbers, how can we trust them to handle a world epicenter of a virus that is infecting hundreds of New Yorkers each day? 

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Yes, the virus is spreading, now to a hardly impacted upstate New York. This region is about as similar to New York City as the moon is to planet Earth. Most of New York City is located above the first floor with many skyscraper residents that make social distancing virtually impossible in their countless elevators. In contrast the 90% land area north of New Rochelle and Westchester County consists of single family homes, farms and small businesses. Our accents are different, our paces more humane and beyond any destination spot except for those fleeing the city to escape the new horrors the big city.

They are not escaping just any big city, but the epicenter of coronavirus infections in the United States. While most governors are working cooperatively with the federal government to eradicate this pandemic, one that no nation had anticipated to such levels, our governor continues to posture for presidency as he conducts daily news conferences filled with wild projections, deceit and attention-grabbing headlines.

For example, while demanding an impossible 30,000 immediate delivery of respiratory devices from the federal government to address a shortage in New York City, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo did not disclose a stockpile of 2000 yet to be used. He failed to disclose how he turned down 16,000 devices in 2015 in favor of funding for special interest groups. Such devices were offered as part of a defense preparedness plan after 9-11. Instead, when a shut-down was suggested early on by Mayor DeBlasio, Andrew Cuomo, in his typical lawyer-confrontational mode replied that such extreme measures were reserved for nuclear war. The list goes on.

In short, rather than being a team player, Cuomo is constantly complaining without timely action of his own to the realities confronting us all. Now he has Nancy Pelosi blaming our president for his latent actions while she was too busy with a wholly political, time-consuming and costly impeachment process during the months preceding coronavirus arrival in the United States. It is all nearly as sick as the virus illness itself, and the people they serve can no longer ignore this dysfunction, infighting and vain jockeying for political office.

Yesterday, March 28, 2020, President Trump was considering the idea of a quarantine of metropolitan New York to contain the spread of this killer virus. Only the president has the authority to do this since two other states, New Jersey and Connecticut, are necessary to make this effective. But Cuomo, who was not notified of this development in his daily grandstanding news conference, vehemently opposed the idea as “unenforceable.” The president then decided to back off. If Cuomo can do better protecting New York, then go to it. After awhile, a president with responsibility over 49 other states and territories as far as Guam, can get exasperated by such politics.

The problem we face now in upstate New York is the definition of New York State when such considerations are made. Andrew Cuomo continues to use the entire state in his news conferences when addressing the nation’s epicenter. A stigma such as epicenter without distinction between upstate and downstate harms us needlessly. We have struggled enough economically in the shadows of the big city, but this designation will make it all the harder when we try to re-start our economy in weeks to come.

Governor Cuomo is quick to announce that the current statewide restrictions will have to remain in place for “5-9 months,” maybe even years. This will enable him to maintain his emergency, dictatorial powers for a much longer period than the president is seeking. Such an extension may be ideal for a grandstanding governor protected by silver-spoon wealth and tax-payer financed security, but to the rest of us, it’s Armageddon.

Already we find a police officer shot in the upstate city of Cortland during a domestic violence call. But this was more than a shooting, the would-be killer actually chased down the officer who took cover behind his police vehicle. It is a portend of things to come. Once again, as my whistle blower history bears out, I am proven too correct, too late. At the same time. violent criminals and even murderers are being released from Rikers Island and other state prisons, at least 1,100 already due to this virus.

With self-quarantine orders emerging from New York destination spots such as North and South Carolina, Maryland and Florida, wealthy downstate residents are fleeing upstate. News and resident reports back up a highly unusual condition of filled summer rentals at peak rates and Jersey plates heading into the Hudson Valley and Adirondack Mountains. The governor of Rhode Island has gone a step further by stopping all cars with New York plates and directing police to visit summer residences to assure that all New York visitors self-quarantine for 14 days.

Our governor, Andrew Cuomo, is not even close to doing anything like this for the millions of people residing upstate. Content with a mere advisory travel ban from the CDC, he has created, in his words, “a freight train and bullet” into upstate, New York. And the numbers are showing it with rural Madison County and Oneida County doubling their single digit infections overnight. Where is the leadership upstate when one of its own, Assemblyman Brian Miller, is facing death in a central New York hospital?

Does any New York politician understand that if you belatedly infect upstate New York, a second round of infections will re-emerge when downstate refugees return to a re-opened New York City. For this reason we must demand overdue action on this crisis. At the very least, Governor Cuomo should take a page from the president’s book by appointing his lieutenant governor to take over upstate matters. Hoarding power is as “unintelligent” (using his words) as hoarding toilet paper.

Don’t expect upstate protection any time soon, but rest assured, this virus is as lawless as the criminals that Cuomo is sending us. Predators always follow the herd. It’s the law of nature, and neither they nor the virus have any regard for wealth, status or grandstanding, much less an advisory travel ban between New York City and upstate New York.

Your support is now requested. Share this message and follow this site. You get information here that you’re not getting elsewhere. Our next conference call is tomorrow (Monday) March 30, 2020 at 7 pm ET. The call number and access code are the same: (605) 313-4427. The code when prompted is 583326. You can also e-mail me at leonkoziol@gmail.com or call our PRI office at (315) 380-3420.

Corona Chronicles II: Upstate New York to Andrew Cuomo: We Are Not The Epicenter. Don’t Bring It Here!

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Dr. Leon Koziol with Sean Hannity during fundraising gala in Manhattan

https://video.foxnews.com/v/6145074380001#sp=show-clips

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

It’s bad enough that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his counterpart, Bill DeBlasio, were busy competing for attention and wasting valuable time while the coronavirus invaded New York City, but now the same is occurring to upstate New York.

I am blowing the whistle on another ominous trend which threatens the health and safety of the good people of upstate New York. We certainly want to help our brothers and sisters downstate, but we love our children too and must stop the spread where we can.

For too long, downstaters have had a low opinion of state residents north of Westchester County. It didn’t phase us in the least because we loved our way of life. But now, wealthy folks are escaping their new world of chaos to locations in the true upstate New York.

Secondary news sources report that summer rentals along the Hudson River and Catskills are being scarfed up at rates that exceed peak seasons. Locals report unusual numbers of Jersey plates on cars heading further north into the Adirondack Mountains.

At the same time, New York City is releasing convicted felons from Rikers Island and other facilities to stem the spread of coronavirus infections. They’ve been watching the news too, so our embattled governor should know that predators follow the herd.

Here in the heart of upstate New York, I can personally attest that residents are not “lawyering up” against this invasion, they’ve been “arming up” with a variety of sport and safety weapons. I have seen a veritable arsenal in at least one of these homes.

Like his blundering downstate regarding the virus, Governor Cuomo is oblivious to this newest crisis, a pending standoff between citizen and criminal. He has neither mentioned it on his daily news conferences nor has he forewarned the locals upstate.

Instead, Andy Cuomo is too busy posturing for the presidency while dodging responsibility for a crisis he helped create. Only one day after my first Corona Chronicle, Fox News Host Sean Hannity published a commentary mirroring its message (see above link).

Reports I have received from inside our hospital system reveal mass preparations for a deluge of virus victims to be transferred upstate. Like the prisons that were built here, an influx of contagious family members will overwhelm such facilities to our own detriment.

Upstate leaders have been sidelined along with our populous due to emergency powers seized and abused by this governor. Even if they considered courageous and timely action, they are intimidated by the oratory despite the long term stigma it is causing to upstate. It will harm our recovery in years to come.

Therefore, consistent with our rights under the Constitution, “We the People” must take a stand. Our family, businesses and very lives are now at stake. To that end, I have fashioned a petition for you to sign and share which I call the “Upstate to Andy Petition.”

Through this form of expression, we are demanding a self-quarantine of all tri-state residents of metro New York who travel north of Westchester County. Some rural counties, I am told, are already requiring this. We must act on this fast, we certainly have the time while shuttered in our homes, and time is of the essence.

Stay tuned to this site, http://www.leonkoziol.com for more news that you are not receiving elsewhere. Join our next conference call on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 7pm ET. It’s the same number: (605) 313-4427 and access code 583326. You can also e-mail us at leonkoziol@gmail.com or call our PRI office at (315) 380-3420.

Sign the petition to be placed on this site tomorrow. Reach out to all you know for more to sign. This is not my project, it’s yours, and an opportunity to make a difference or squander.

 

 

Corona Chronicles No. 1: Grandstanding Governor is a root cause of coronavirus spread in New York

By Dr. Leon Koziol

As Americans continue to watch in horror at the spread of coronavirus across the country, one governor cannot get enough of it, exploiting every new event or number to grab a headline. Of course I’m referring to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Many are easily duped by his daily news conferences filled with drama, a veteran orator dressed down in a short sleeved shirt with a prominent emblem on it to remind us that he’s still in charge and battle-ready.

But if you can get by the facade, a scary picture emerges of a veteran politician who wreaked havoc during this crisis. Such conferences are now ideal for deflecting public attention from a record that caused the needless spread of a killer microbe in America’s new epicenter.

Such a record in the private sector would lead to immediate discharge, but in politics that is not the way it works. History instructs that crises of this dimension could lead to martial law and dictators, a lesson that should have every American at the forefront of activity.

This series was conceived to answer that need, to keep you informed of events from a people-oriented standpoint. Fortunately in this country, our forefathers erected constitutional protections so that the people are not so easily sidelined despite the nature of crisis.

It was triggered by a Cuomo news conference of March 24, 2020. To get a gist of the outrage it evoked, scroll back to March 19, 2020 when California Governor Gavin Newsom was grabbing headlines by announcing that 56% (over 20 million) residents may become infected.

Given how little we knew about this virus and its mutation capabilities, a number as specific as 56% was highly suspect. Indeed, a more compelling case could be made for 100%. But whatever the source, this number was sufficient for publicity and fear-mongering.

On the opposite coast, Andrew Cuomo would have none of it. This was his virus, his state as the new epicenter, and like his father, Mario, he would have to preempt the Golden State by announcing that New York would get up to 80% of its near 20 million residents infected.

It was a game of one-upsmanship, juvenile behavior at the worst of times. Cuomo was now competing for attention everywhere. He just could not get enough of it, even countering short term measures of the president with a projection that this crisis could extend five to nine months, maybe even years.

That may work for a silver-spoon politician protected by wealth and a secure mansion, but for the rest of us it was Armageddon, time to hunker down with more than hoarded food. To be sure, gun stores across the country were already being raided while those in New York would soon shut down.

Only days after these news events, the folly of dueling politicians was made manifest when Stanford University biology professor Michael Levitt reported that his models do not support such wild projections. A 2013 Nobel laureat, he correctly predicted when China would start recovering.

According to Dr. Levitt, “we need to control the panic…” But that was not what our doomsday politicians wanted to hear. Their day in the sun as state dictators would end way too soon. That is why “we the people” must use our rights to humble them through reports or removal.

Faced with “guarded fury” of the population, Andy Cuomo shifted 180 degrees. Suddenly on March 24, 2020, he was announcing that he is really concerned about the 5% and not the 95% of those who will either recover or remain uninfected. This was a far cry from his quasi- apocalyptic renditions the day before.

Indeed it was the final straw, all the pathetic posturing needed to invoke this series. But that’s not all. When you look at how Governor Cuomo and his counterpart, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio, have handled this crisis, we the people have no choice but to get involved.

It may not be well known to the nation, but in New York it has become commonplace to see the governor and mayor at odds over issues major and minor for many years. In other times, this might be tolerated, but when this forewarned epidemic arrived, their juvenile antics yielded an inexcusable explosion in viral infections.

This conclusion is abundantly supported by the public record. In the March 19, 2020 New York Post, headlines read: “Cuomo Slams DeBlasio’s ‘Shelter-In-Place’ Speculation: ‘That Came From Nuclear War.” At the same time, Andy was warning us not to interfere with his own rights. Whatever that meant, it was clear that both Andy and Bill were at it again, and in no small way.

In contrast, and at the same time, Mayor DeBlasio was resisting widespread calls for closing New York’s school system, by far the largest in the nation. Cuomo road the fence even after the head of New York’s Port Authority tested positive for the coronavirus at JFK Airport.

Just as Mayor DeBlasio was calling a news conference to announce school closure, Governor Cuomo trumped it with his own order closing the same school system. It was done simply to steal attention without true regard for the risks placed upon teachers, children and parents outraged by the politics and delays.

Yes this is what we are dealing with folks. And there is so much more to come in these Corona Chronicles to benefit you while you suffer through the worst crisis of modern times. Tomorrow, Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 7 pm we will be conducting our next nationwide conference call on the subject. All are welcome to join.

Unfortunately our last one on Monday was impaired by static due to an overloaded system caused by home employment and sheltering. The call number is (605) 313-4427. Access code when prompted is 583326. You can also comment here, on Facebook, or our office at (315) 380-3420. E-mail is leonkoziol@gmail.com.

Crucial note: This site is being suppressed and censored by means beyond our control. Therefore we need to join forces to overcome it. Make these chronicles viral.

Godspeed my friends!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corona Chronicles: A people-oriented series focused on those who are exploiting a human crisis in America

This professional advertisement provides a summary of litigation successfully completed by human rights advocate, Dr. Leon Koziol, on behalf of those abused by powerful government and corporate entities during an unblemished 20-year law practice. Released in 2008, it was the same year that a witch hunt was commenced to suppress and censor his vital public message against court corruption and parent-child alienation.

As a judicial whistleblower, Dr. Koziol had no legal protection unlike other types of whistleblowers. That put him in the same category as Dr. Li Wenliang, the doctor in Wuhan Province, China who tried to warn the world about the coronaviris epidemic. Like Dr. Koziol (Juris Doctor), he was discredited, publicly vilified and persecuted for his exercise of free speech. Dr. Wenliang ultimate died from coronavirus infection.

Dr. Koziol nearly succumed as well to a secret “shoot on site” warrant in 2018 for child support obligations concocted for the similar purpose of suppressing his free speech here. While that ordeal is well documented throughout this blog site, our court corruption agenda has now been suspended during the coronavirus epidemic to bring you a series of articles focused on those abusing this crisis for personal gain. It is designed to elicit responsible action from our public servants.

Consequently you might compare this series to the pamphlets known as Common Sense, distributed by Thomas Payne during the Revolutionary War, or the Federalist Papers published in an effort to convince the states to adopt our Constitution.

Through these chronicles, we must demand united, honest and active responses from our federal and state governments in the fight to eradicate coronavirus as quickly as possible. When you look at the members of Congress who used insider information to pull out of the stock market at great profit to themselves, the conclusion is inescapable: they could care less about us or the people they serve.

Even now, their greed, posturing and self-promotion are obvious, showing that many will work against their constituent interests, our families, businesses and future generations. The deceit practiced by both major political parties is an abomination, and the ongoing infighting in Congress behind rescue legislation may be more damaging than the virus itself.

Indeed, one leader of a national physician association chastised these politicians to “get off your asses” and take immediate, responsible action. This places upon us, “we the people,” a duty to get involved. It is no time to leave our medical providers in harm’s way, no time for apathy or surrender. They got us focused, and now we will hold our public officials accountable.

Think of this virus as an opportunity to start a new beginning for our government, one based on founding principles that have been abandoned in practice, one nation proudly under God, and one in which corruption might finally be eradicated along with this virus.

To that end we will be forming a coalition of volunteers and good government groups behind such initiatives as a nationwide petition, conference calls, interactive virtual meetings and more. Our recent series of calls will be converted to zoom interactions to improve our effectiveness while opening this site for the first time to responsible comments and suggestions.

This site was made subject to a state gag order in 2016 which was removed when we sued the issuing judge in New York Supreme Court. It is regularly monitored by lawyers, public officials and media. We have evidence of tampering, censorship and suppression by tech giants which must be addressed through our collective skills and energies. First Amendment suppression cannot be tolerated under our form of government.

No more fear-mongering, no more depression, no more tolerance for corruption at such a crucial time in our history. We begin our Corona Chronicles tomorrow on this site. Feel free to give us your vital input by e-mail at leonkoziol@gmail.com or calling our office at (315) 380-3420.

Our next conference call is this Thursday, March 26th at 7pm ET. All who are interested may join in. The call number remains the same: (605) 313-4427. Access code when prompted is 583326.

For the sake of the people, share this message!

Join Our Nationwide Conference Call Tonight 7 pm ET to Discuss Coronavirus Coping and Family Access Issues

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View of Lake George, New York from the top of Pilot Mountain on Sunday, March 22, 2020, the day before total state lock-down. Having climbed this mountain many times over the years for good health, this was my last opportunity for a long while to take in the vibrant surroundings, pure air and great memories. The trailhead was packed with cars spilling out along both sides of the highway. The trail to the top was bustling with spirited climbers, ranging from families, couples, and friends to solo hikers. Social distancing was observed. Such health activities are our best, time-tested defense to infection. We know little about our newest invisible enemy, so we have to keep our immune system at its highest capacity. Let it do the job so we can rid our communities of this coronavirus plague.

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

In this critical period, it is important for us to share thoughts about the future of our litigious society. This virus may have given us an unprecedented opportunity to change the face of divorce and family courts, perhaps eliminating them altogether in favor of a more consensual environment, one that is more parent-friendly and less lawyer-oriented. The fees that have been wasted to over-billing practices could have been used to brace our families from the financial onslaught which is now upon us.

My goal is to set up a social setting for those in lock down mode and distancing orders. By encouraging one another we could help victimized parents and families get through this crisis. We expect a medical doctor, lawyer and economics professor to be on the next call at 7 pm ET on Monday, March 23rd.All are welcome as we have now opened the talk program to the public. The number is (605) 313-4427. The code number when prompted is 583326.

Find Friends, Share Stories and Reform Ideas During the Corona Crisis: Join Our Nationwide Conference Calls, Next One on Monday, 3/23, 7pm ET

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By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

In this critical period, it is important for us to share thoughts about the future of our litigious society. This virus may have given us an unprecedented opportunity to change the face of divorce and family courts, perhaps eliminating them altogether in favor of a more consensual environment, one that is more parent-friendly and less lawyer-oriented. The fees that have been wasted to over-billing practices could have been used to brace our families from the financial onslaught which is now upon us.

My goal is to set up a social setting for those in lock down mode and distancing orders. By encouraging one another we could help victimized parents and families get through this crisis. We expect a medical doctor, lawyer and economics professor to be on the next call at 7 pm ET on Monday, March 23rd.All are welcome as we have now opened the talk program to the public. The number is (605) 313-4427. The code number when prompted is 583326.