Shane Vander Hart discusses the Parental Rights Amendment (H.J. Res. 121/S.J. Res. 48) with Will Estrada with the Home School Legal Defense Association.
Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Alaska believe a new parental rights law approved by the Alaska Legislature is dangerous for Alaska’s youth.
ParentalRights.org released a video yesterday that highlights the state of parental rights in the court system and the racial disparity that takes place.
Marco Rubio, Rick Santorum, and Mike Huckabee discussed a proper federal government role with K-12 education at the 2015 Presidential Family Forum.
Opposition to H.R. 5 the Student Success Act (NCLB reauthorization) & S. 227 the Strengthening Education through Research Act (SETRA) grows among activists.
Michael Farris, founder of Patrick Henry College & Home School Legal Defense Association, will be at Christian conservative event in Des Moines, IA on 9/20.
Linden Avenue Middle School in Red Hook, NY offered an anti-bullying program which required middle school girls to ask for a lesbian kiss.
MSNBC Host and Tulane professor Melissa Harris-Perry endorses collective responsibility and “ownership” of children that is harmful to parental rights.
I was disturbed by an article I read this afternoon in the Lawrence (KS) Journal-World. The Kansas State School Board is considering homeschooling reporting regulations after one of the board members heard “several” reports from public school principals about teenagers being kept to home to provide “day care” for younger siblings in the name of […]
By Michael Ramey The issue of whether to adopt the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA) or ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) comes down to one question: Who decides what is best for children? Proponents of the CRC believe that the United Nations has already decided and should continue to decide, and […]
By Michael Ramey When we were in school, several parents were there on a regular basis helping out in the classroom or the library, chaperoning field trips, or leading special reading or art programs. They were just doing their part to improve our education. But parents are not allowed in public schools today. Sure, there […]
I was alerted about a situation in South Carolina where the state educational bureaucracy have ignored parents and have put two different children’s wellbeing at risk. At the crux of the matter is standardized testing. Evidently children must be tested in South Carolina no matter what parents or even the medical community has to say. […]
Watchmen Cinema will be releasing a documentary called The Child in November. They describe what this documentary is about: The Child is a documentary that explores the current state of parental rights in America. An unseen battle is developing between the rights of parents and the authority of the government to direct the upbringing and […]
The House Republicans are rolling out the “Pledge to America” today which is basically is trying to mimic the Contract With America rolled out by former Speaker Newt Gingrich. How does this Contract With America 2.0 measure up? What emphasis is given to social issues? In this 21-page-document, abortion is mentioned in three different spots. […]
It’s been a long time since I first blogged on how the UN was attacking parental rights through the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). ParentalRights.org earlier this week announced that those who oppose are very close to having the votes needed to ensure that this treaty is never ratified. This […]
Make some time to watch this video. It’s not short but it’s powerful. Juan Williams (Fox News contributor and NPR host) guides the viewer through a powerful and factual case for the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program and rightfully shames the NEA and members of Congress hell-bent on holding children back from their true potential in […]