Parents Across the Nation Are on the March

Our team has been working nonstop with our volunteers across the nation in these first few days of 2022. Already, the hard work we all have been doing for the past months to advance parental rights is paying off!  Here’s a quick summary of where we are: Fundamental Parental Rights Statute Introduced in Pennsylvania. We’re…

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Double Your Dollar Today Only

Today is #GivingTuesday, and it’s the one day you can double every dollar you give to ParentalRights.org or the Parental Rights Foundation. That’s because generous supporters have agreed to match every dollar given, up to $45,000. That’s every dollar up to our $90,000 goal! From school boards across the country to the gubernatorial election in…

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Are You On Board?

Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday, and your Parental Rights Foundation and ParentalRights.org are poised to make it our biggest day of giving ever! This year, generous supporters have pledged to match up to $45,000 in gifts. That means that for every dollar given, ParentalRights.org or the Parental Rights Foundation will receive $2. That’s why we’ve set our…

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Giving Thanks

As we enter this holiday season, we at ParentalRights.org and the Parental Rights Foundation have so much to be thankful for! We are thankful for this year’s successes in protecting parental rights, like the new Parents’ Bill of Rights passed in Florida that went into effect on July 1. ParentalRights.org was in the forefront in…

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ParentalRights.org, Foundation Introduce New President

We are pleased to announce that on November 29, 2021, William A. Estrada, Esq., will be joining the Parental Rights Foundation (PRF) and ParentalRights.org as our first-ever full-time president.  ParentalRights.org founder Mike Farris served in a part-time capacity from 2006 until 2017, when he became president and CEO of Alliance Defending Freedom. Jim Mason succeeded…

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NOLA Case Shows Need for Reforms

“The parents here did exactly what medical professionals ask a new parent to do: if you find something strange with your infant, report it.” So wrote New Orleans Juvenile Judge Mark Doherty in a recent case that nevertheless put two innocent young parents on the state’s child abuse registry. Specifically, new mother Tess Strickland noticed…

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Bill to Fund Pre-K Means More Government Influence

A bill currently before Congress is threatening to shift even more control over your children to government bureaucrats. The current multi-trillion-dollar budget bill that President Biden named the “American Families Plan” includes a “universal pre-k” early education program that will give the government more influence over children as young as 3. In the immediate, the…

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Does AG Memo Hold Threat to Activist Parents?

On October 4, Attorney General Merrick Garland issued a memorandum regarding “Partnership among federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement to address threats against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff.” The one-page memo does not include any evidence of what it calls “a disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against…

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McAuliffe: Parents can’t be trusted

Note: this article was originally published as an email by HSLDA. Late Tuesday night, former Virginia governor and current gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe communicated one of the most radical policies I’ve heard from a mainstream politician in over a decade. When asked why he vetoed a bill requiring parental involvement in school library resource selection,…

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