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Losing the Children She Tried to Protect

Losing the Children She Tried to Protect

“Innocent until proven guilty” is a cherished principle of our justice system here in America. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always seem to apply to parents like you or me, as Tennessee mom Tori Harper recently learned the hard way. She Reached Out to a System Designed to Help Children, and Suddenly Found Herself Its Victim According…

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Can a Trip to the Hospital Turn into a Custody Battle?

Medical Neglect?

Can a Trip to the Hospital Turn into a Custody Battle? (Our thanks to CRTV for their footage. The full episode can be found on CRTV.com.) Can a trip to the hospital turn into a custody battle? For Justina Pelletier and many other families, the answer has been, “Yes.” Michelle Malkin recently revisited the family…

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Traumatizing the Innocent Isn’t the Answer

Note: ParentalRights.org is not a “homeschool organization.” We support the right of all parents to direct the education, as well as the upbringing and care, of their children. But, as the recent Turpin case from California has prompted many to call for over-regulation of those who choose to homeschool, we felt a response was in…

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New Year, Same Old Threats

This first week of January one doesn’t have to look too far to see a reminder similar to this one: “It’s a brand new year, a clean slate, a chance to start over.” Unfortunately, when it comes to your parental rights, we’re still dealing with the same reality we were a week ago, where your…

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Baby Alfie and the Need to Finish Strong

Special Year-End Edition Dear Champion of Parental Rights, It has been a tough and at times scary year for parental rights, but as 2017 winds down, we have a lot to celebrate, too, including this exciting news: the Parental Rights Amendment has been introduced in both houses of Congress! We are ending the year on…

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Breaking: “The Next Charlie Gard” Is Now

Picture from #ALFIESARMY Twitter page; used with permission. As the tragedy of Charlie Gard’s death unfolded—that’s the terminally-ill 11-month-old from the United Kingdom whose parents in July were prohibited from transferring him to a U.S. hospital for life-saving treatment, or even from taking him home to die—I remember taking some small comfort from the thought,…

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Call Today to Finish Big in Congress

Thanks to you, our amazing supporters, November was a tremendous month for ParentalRights.org. Though the giving season has just begun, your generosity on #GivingTuesday was overwhelming, surpassing our goal by more than 60%! Our new CitizenGO petition has allowed us to reach more concerned Americans with word about the threat to parental rights and the…

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Thanks to You, We Did It…and More!

Thanks to You, We Did It…and More! Thanks to you and more than 100 generous donors across the country, plus a gracious $5,000 matching grant from DonHoweSuccess.com, we were able not only to reach our $10,000 #GivingTuesday goal, but even to surpass our $15,000 “stretch goal.” In the end, the campaign raised $16,542 to protect…

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Look What’s Now in Both Houses of Congress!

Dear Champion of Parental Rights, I wanted to share an exciting update with you. This afternoon, the Parental Rights Amendment was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives! Congressman Randy Hultgren (R-IL 14), the lead sponsor of the resolution, was joined by 15 original cosponsors when he submitted the Amendment. The Amendment has been numbered…

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This #GivingTuesday, Remember the Children

Update: View our #GivingTuesday page! Get ready to join us for Day Hour Minute Second Fundraising Goal: $10,000 This #GivingTuesday, remember the children! Some nations believe the State knows better than parents what is best for children. (See Charlie Gard) And while we want to believe that ideology could never come to America, there are…

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