"Twilight," "Law & Order" Actresses Say - No More' to Domestic Violence

Mar 14, 2013 Full story: ksmb.com

A week after President Obama signed a bill reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act, celebrities and business leaders came to the Capitol Wednesday to end domestic abuse.

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Dispicable Americans

Chico, CA

#1 Mar 14, 2013
These people don't really understand that by expanding the prison and judicial system's involvement exponentially that they are, in fact, escalating male disenfranchisement which leads to further male violence. It doesn't justify it, but it's the way it works. Women will destroy the United States if they are allowed to continue to wreak havok on males in the country. Other nations which maintain biological patriarchy will be, fundamentally, stronger nations because they are not attempting to overturn millions of years of male dominant evolution through social programs.

We should certainly do things about domestic violence and sexual assaults, but more prisons and convictions is not the answer.

Pittsburgh, PA

#2 Mar 14, 2013
Law and Order Sucks anyway

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