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Where Do You Stand as a Parent in Regards to Your Children’s Education?

  As a parent, one of the principal areas of concern for you is the education of your children. You, of course want to ensure the best education possible for your children. In this country, in which the lines of parental rights and the state’s can get a little blurry at times, it is crucial to …

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Child Involuntarily Committed to Mental Health Center Without Consent by Her Parents or An Opportunity to Object! A Violation of Parents’ Rights? Maybe Not!

Six-year-old Nadia King was sent to a mental hospital without her mother’s consent and held for 48 hours after she allegedly threw tantrums at her kindergarten. According to the child’s mental heath counselor, she was “out of control and throwing a tantrum.” The Sheriff reported the girl had been “destroying school property, attacking staff and …

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Introducing Who We Are & Our Mission on the Growth Exponential Podcast

Recently, the Founder and Executive Director of ParentsUSATM, David DeLugas, was a guest on the Growth Exponential Podcast. It isn’t remarkable that he was interviewed as reporters and pundits seek out the views of ParentsUSATM. What is worthy of your listening to this podcast is the discussion that covers the missions of ParentsUSATM, its goals …

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Parental Rights Are Threatened Again in Custody Case

Too many times, the government oversteps its authority, infringing upon the rights of parents and their children and, thereby, interfering with the parent-child relationship. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief in the Texas Supreme Court in support of parental rights, fighting against the government’s excessive intervention in the relationships between parents and …

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Helping Children? Too Often Foster Children Suffer When the State Tries, But Fails

Eight-year old Dontay Davis suffered from emotional and behavioral problems after the state removed his siblings and him from his parents in 2005 and placed his siblings and him in foster homes, presumably for their benefit. In his first foster home, Dontay often acted violently against his younger brothers, behavior which caused him to be …

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300 Families (and Counting) Fall Victim to Wrongful Child Abuse Allegations

You’re a parent taking your child to the doctor for medical care. Genuinely concerned about the health of your child, you behave perfectly normally, determined that your child receive proper care. However, when your child is seen by doctors, medical professionals in whom you should have utmost trust, another doctor, not necessary to the care …

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Should Only Government Determine What a Child is Taught?

The ruling made in the US Supreme Court case  Wisconsin v. Yoder may be in jeopardy and, if overturned, the ramifications will reach far beyond the Amish community for which it addressed. In 1972, the right of the Amish community to exercise their religious beliefs, including not requiring their children to receive formal schooling past …

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