Category Archives: Sister Wives
Remember, Remember, 23rd November
Next Wednesday is set to be a big day in B.C. as the Supreme Court of the Canadian Province rules on whether the Canadian Criminal Code provision against polygamy is a breach of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This … Continue reading
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Say what, how many husbands in the Brown family?
Let’s hope that Judge Waddoups is not completely new to the whole “Sister Wives” business, because if he goes off the paperwork submitted by the Brown clan and lawyer Jonathan Turley on Monday, he will be led to believe that … Continue reading
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Sister Wives Defend Polygamy
In a preview of Sunday’s episode of Sister Wives, the Brown family wives are seen in conversation with other women about how polygamy works in their case. See it here.
Fame at last- Vicki Darger makes it to the Daily Mail (UK)
“I’d rather share my husband than have a 100 men of lesser quality…” says Vicki
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