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Glenn Sacks is a men's and fathers' issues columnist and a nationally-syndicated radio talk show host. His radio show can be heard on WSNR 620 AM in New York City, KTIE 590 AM in E. Los Angeles/Inland Empire, and WWZN 1510 AM in Boston every Sunday evening.

His Side with Glenn Sacks has received extensive media attention from major media outlets, including Time Magazine, People magazine, the New York Times, Forbes, USA Today, the Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, Fox, the BBC, Univision, CBS, NBC, ABC, the Associated Press, UPI, the Washington Post, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, and hundreds of others.

Glenn’s columns have appeared in dozens of the largest newspapers in the United States,  including Newsday, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, the Houston Chronicle,  the San Francisco Chronicle,  the Chicago Sun-Times, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Orange County Register, the Newark Star-Ledger, the Minneapolis Star Tribune,  the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Sacramento Bee, the Detroit News, the Los Angeles Daily News,  the Washington Times, and others.  

He has made hundreds of radio and TV appearances, including the O'Reilly Factor, CNN's TalkBack Live, Fox News Live, CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood, Fox News America at WarESPN, Univision's Aquí y Ahora, Fox News' Day Side with Linda Vester, KCET's Life & Times, KABC News, KTLA News, Fox Morning on 2,  CNBC’s Bullseye, Fox Magazine with Laurie Dhue, the Mike Gallagher Show, the Michael Smerconish Show, the Michael Medved Show, the Tom Leykis Show, Fox News Live with Alan Colmes, the Bill Handel Morning Show,  Talkradio Count Down with Doug Stephan, the Al Rantel Show, the Charles Goyette Show, the Australian Broadcasting Company's Morning Program, Doug Stephan's Talk Radio Countdown, NPR's AirTalk with Larry Mantle, Air America Radio, the Dennis Prager Show, The Dolans, and dozens of others.

Glenn has been quoted in dozens of major publications, including TIME Magazine, USA Today, the New York Times, the Washington Post, Forbes,  the Guardian (UK), the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Globe, the San Francisco Chronicle,  the Toronto Sun, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Seattle Post Intelligencer, the Australian, the New Zealand Herald, the Miami HeraldSvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the Seattle Times, B.T. – Forsiden (Denmark), the Chicago Sun-Times, the Arizona Republic, Indian Express,  the Independent (South Africa), the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, the Orlando Sentinel, the Dallas Morning News, and others.

His work has been covered by hundreds of radio and television stations, including NBC, CBS, ABC, CNBC, Fox News, CNN, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and others, as well as in articles by Reuters, Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service, the Associated Press, Yahoo News, United Press International, and others.

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Recent Columns


This Year Daddy Began a Comeback
By Glenn Sacks

"After years of setbacks, the fatherhood movement made substantial progress from Father's Day 2004 to Father's Day 2005. The movement's goal is to reform family law to allow divorced dads to play a meaningful role in the lives of the children who love them and need them.”
-- Riverside Press-Enterprise (6/19/05)


Do Women Really Want a Male Birth Control Pill?
By Glenn Sacks

“Women have long lamented the unequal burden they shoulder in the area of contraception. Today researchers are reportedly close to perfecting a male contraceptive that is free of side effects, easy to take, and reversible. But do women really want a male birth control pill? Power is the reward which comes with responsibility…while women legitimately complain that biology has condemned them to bear the burden of contraception, this burden also gives women control over one of the most important parts of any human being’s life--reproduction..”
-- Newsday (4/11/05)


California’s Military Reservists Need SB 1082
By Jeffery M. Leving and Glenn Sacks

“The problem cries out for legislative intervention but to date only Missouri has adequately addressed the problem by passing a law in the days leading up to the first Gulf War.  For those reservists who have already been mobilized, only a federal reform of the Bradley amendment—already widely seen as bad law within family law circles--can truly solve the problem.

“However, SB 1082, sponsored by Senators Denise Moreno Ducheny (D-San Diego) and Bill Morrow (R-Oceanside), will help. The bill requires family courts to take special measures to accommodate activated reservists who need downward modifications.  Moreover, in cases where the child support is owed to the state for reimbursement of welfare or foster care costs, the bill provides a procedure which allows and encourages the state to offer a compromise which reflects the change in income during the period of active military service.  This is important because the state is the obligee in a large percentage of California child support cases.”
Riverside Press-Enterprise (4/14/05)



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Recently on His Side with Glenn Sacks


July 17, 2005

"Mark Huddleston is the biological father of a 16-month-old child he says he wants to raise. But a judge has ruled the child should remain with its adoptive parents, who have had custody since the infant was three days old. Huddleston claims he didn't know the baby existed until two months after its birth...the state said the private adoption agency hadn't properly notified Huddleston and that he should have an opportunity to raise the child. 

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July 10, 2005

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July 3, 2005

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which was first passed in 1994, expires on September 30, and legislation was recently introduced to renew it. While on the surface VAWA sounds good--after all, everyone opposes violence against women--there are many serious problems with it.

VAWA-funded shelters and domestic violence organizations ignore and often refuse to provide services to male victims of domestic violence. Domestic violence organizations funded by VAWA refuse to acknowledge the mountains of research which show that men compromise a significant percentage of domestic violence victims.  

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Jeff Leving and Glenn's New Column "Persecuting Low Income Parents"

“In a highly-publicized move, Jefferson County, Kentucky Attorney Irv Maze recently published the names and addresses of 1,000 alleged “deadbeat parents” in the Louisville Courier-Journal. The move has drawn praise nationally, and Maze says the list is helping his office locate debtors. However, most of the parents on Maze’s humiliating list are not those who won’t pay, but instead those who can’t pay. “
--  Cincinnati Post & the Kentucky Post (8/26/05)

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Glenn Quoted in Dallas Morning News on TV Dad Bashing

Glenn is quoted on TV dad bashing and stay at home dads in the news story Homer, make room for real dads (Dallas Morning News, 8/17/05). The article also discussed the , a highly-publicized campaign against manbashing in TV commercials.

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Glenn Criticizes Kentucky's Humiliating 'Deadbeat Dad' Lists on the Martha Zoller Show

Glenn criticized Kentucky's humiliating 'Deadbeat Dad' lists on the Martha Zoller Show on WDUN AM 550 in Gainesville/North Atlanta on August 11, 2005.  

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Glenn Criticizes Kentucky's Humiliating 'Deadbeat Dad' Lists on WLVK in Lexington

Glenn criticized Kentucky's humiliating 'Deadbeat Dad' lists on Dave  Krusenklaus' "Kruser and Krew" afternoon drivetime show on WLVK AM 590 in Kentucky on August 10, 2005.

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Glenn Quoted on Geisel Statutory Rape Case

Glenn was quoted on the Geisel statutory rape case in the story  (Agape Press, 8/8/05).

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Glenn Discusses NBC's Meet Mister Mom on the Lynn Martin Show

Glenn discussed NBC's new "reality" show Meet Mister Mom on the Lynn Martin Show on AM 800 CKLW in Ontario, Canada/Detroit, Michigan on August 8, 2005.

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Glenn Discusses Case of Female Teacher Having Sex with Students on American Family Radio

Glenn discussed the case of a 42 year-old female teacher who had on American Family Radio on August 4, 2005.

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Glenn Slams NBC's Meet Mister Mom on Air America's Charles Goyette Show

Glenn slammed NBC's new "reality" show Meet Mister Mom on the Charles Goyette Show on Air America KXXT AM 1010 in Phoenix, Arizona on August 4.

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Glenn Appears on Fox Magazine with Laurie Dhue

Glenn debated talk show host Mychal Massie over distracted driving on Fox Magazine with Laurie Dhue on July 31.

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Glenn Quoted on Male Birth Control Pill in Latin American Newspapers

Spain's EFE news agency quotes Glenn on the male birth control pill in the article "¿Amenaza al poder de la mujer? La píldora anticonceptiva para ellos" ["The Male Birth Control Pill: A Threat to Women's Power?"]. The article appeared in over a dozen Latin American newspapers. To read the article in Spanish, click . No English version is currently available.

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Colorado Columnist Quotes Glenn on 'Boys are Stupid' Products

Columnist Clay Evans condemns "Boys are Stupid" products and quotes Glenn in his new column Recruiting Kids into Gender Wars (Boulder Daily Camera, 7/31/05).

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Glenn Discusses VAWA on Lifeline with Pamela Christian

Glenn discussed the renewal of the Violence Against Women Act and his column VAWA Renewal Provides Opportunity to Stop Destruction of Innocent Cops’ Careers (Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, 7/19/05) on Lifeline with Pamela Christian on KFAX AM 1100 in San Francisco on July 28.

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Glenn Featured in Anti-VAWA Article

Glenn was quoted on VAWA and civil liberties violations in the article (Agape Press, 7/27/05).

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VAWA Renewal Provides Opportunity to Stop Destruction of Innocent Cops' Careers
By Glenn Sacks

“Shot in the line of duty. Twice awarded the Medal of Honor. Named Essex County, New Jersey Police Officer of the Year.  A highly decorated officer with an impeccable record. For 22 years police officer Eric Washington battled criminals on the streets of East Orange, New Jersey.  On January 21, 2001 Washington was ambushed and brought down--not by an ex-convict bent on revenge or a shadowy gunman, but instead by a false accusation of domestic violence.”
Ft. Worth Star-Telegram (7/19/05)

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Glenn Discusses VAWA on American Family Radio

Glenn discussed the renewal of the Violence Against Women Act and his column VAWA Renewal Provides Opportunity to Stop Destruction of Innocent Cops’ Careers (Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, 7/19/05) on American Family Radio on July 20, 2005.

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Glenn Appears with Josefa Salinas on Hot 92 JAMZ in LA

Glenn discussed paternity fraud, child support enforcement abuses and issues facing working fathers with Josefa Salinas of Hot 92 JAMZ in Los Angeles on July 17, 2005.

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Glenn Quoted in Washington Times on Anti-Father Double Standards

Glenn was quoted on anti-father double standards in the Washington Times article Custody's high stakes (7/10/05). In response to a feminist law professor's criticism of men for usually not being their children's primary caregivers, Glenn noted:

 "'There's a lot of prejudice against dads who aren't the primary breadwinner...[Men] feel like they're damned if they do and damned if they don't'" stay home with the children."

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Los Angeles' Radio Industry Site Highlights His Side

LARadio.com, the site for the Los Angeles' radio industry, gave His Side with Glenn Sacks a nice write-up this week. LARadio.com discussed Billboard Radio Monitor's  recent feature story on His Side--to read the article, click .

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Glenn Quoted on Male Birth Control Pill

Glenn was quoted on the male birth control pill in the latest issue of magazine--see (July/August 2005). Glenn discussed the male pill recently in his column Do Women Really Want a Male Birth Control Pill? (Newsday, 4/11/05)

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His Side with Glenn Sacks on CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood

CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood did a nice Father's Day special on father bashing in TV sitcoms and advertising. CBS showed live footage of Glenn's as well as an in-studio interview. To watch the video, click .  



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