Do you believe that children are better served when fit parents have the liberty to raise, nurture, and educate them? Or do think children are better off when the decisions of loving parents are influenced, modified, and sometimes replaced by the opinions of state-appointed experts, who believe they are acting in the best interests of…

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It really isn’t the end of the world. But the pandemic status of COVID-19 has certainly brought about some significant changes for each of us in our daily lives. For millions, the biggest change is that the kids are home. Schools are shut down for the next several weeks, with some sources hinting that many…

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Just when we think they won’t get any more brazen, they do. Not long ago, the system’s violations of parental rights were kept to the shadows. Child Protective Services (CPS) targeted minorities and the poor because these were least able to defend themselves, and more likely to be dismissed by the general population. But the…

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A new proposal in Minnesota would create a constitutional provision that “all children have a fundamental right to a quality public education,” which could threaten the natural and constitutional right of parents to decide what form of education is best for their child. While the availability of a free public education has been a hallmark…

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We, The Parents of Florida, are requesting that the Senate Majority Leadership prepare to assign priority placement on the Special Orders Calendar for CS/HB 1059, immediately after it passes favorably in the Florida House of Representatives. Why? Because Parental Rights are a priority for Florida Parents; Because the Florida Legislature officially acknowledged the need for…

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In February, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) introduced a resolution, House Resolution 854, to call for the US Senate to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (the Convention, or CRC). In so doing, she once more opened the door—or at least knocked on it—for international law to override parental rights in…

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You are one of only a few who can call right now to push the Florida “Parent’s Bill of Rights” past a major roadblock in the Florida Senate legislative process. Almost two months ago the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” was introduced as S.B. 1634 in the Florida Senate, along with its companion bill, H.B.1059, in…

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We have seen more parental rights rallies in the last two years than ever before, and they are having a powerful effect for the cause. To understand how important this is, one first needs to know that ParentalRights.org is almost entirely a grassroots organization. We do not host these rallies; state-level grassroots volunteers do. And…

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Mark your calendar! On Wednesday, March 25th, ParentalRights.org Pennsylvania is hosting our second Parents Know Best Rally in Harrisburg, PA. We’re organizing this event to support Pennsylvania House Bill 508 – The Parental Rights Protection Act – a vital piece of legislation that works to keep the government in check. “You have rights antecedent (pre-existing) to…

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Last week in Florida, 6-year-old Nadia King was taken from her public school by police and committed to a mental health facility, all before her mother was contacted or notified. Fortunately, change is coming to Florida—but it looks like it can’t get there soon enough. Another Victim of the Baker Act Under a 50-year-old Florida…

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