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We the People...

ON PARENTAL RIGHTS 

The Solution: The Parental Rights Amendment
 
"Through activist courts and the threat of ratifying the UN’s Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), big government intrudes on families more and more. Already, the liberty of parents to direct the upbringing of their children has greatly eroded in federal courts and in such settings as public schools, local libraries, and your doctor’s office." -- Michael Farris, president, ParentalRights.org

The only solution to the attack on the child-parent relationship is the Parental Rights Amendment -- securing the rights of parents to raise their children. 

Only a constitutional amendment will ensure that the courts of our nation protect the fundamental right of parents to raise their children. And only a constitutional amendment will override international law that seeks to undermine the parental role. As the only complete solution to the danger confronting the child-parent relationship, the Parental Rights Amendment will place current Supreme Court doctrine protecting parental rights into the explicit text of the Constitution. Only the Parental Rights Amendment completely eliminates all threats to the child-parent relationship. It is the only comprehensive response to the attack on parental rights across our nation.

Below is the draft text for the Parental Rights Amendment.
View the annotated version here.


DRAFT PARENTAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
FOR THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION

SECTION 1
The liberty of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children is a fundamental right.

SECTION 2
Neither the United States nor any state shall infringe upon this right without demonstrating that its governmental interest as applied to the person is of the highest order and not otherwise served. This article shall not be construed to protect actions or decisions to end the life of any child, born or unborn.

SECTION 3
No treaty may be adopted nor shall any source of international law be employed to supersede, modify, interpret, or apply to the rights guaranteed by this article.


QUICK FACTS ON AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION

  • Only a constitutional amendment will ensure that parental rights will be honored in the United States, and protected from the threat of international law.
  • Only 33 amendments have ever been passed by Congress, and of these, only 27 have been ratified by the states.
  • Passing an amendment takes supporters at every level of government – in Congress, in committees, and in the states. Every American can play a vital role in this process by signing the petition and involving others in this campaign.

A constitutional amendment will ensure that judges who are currently denying parental rights will be obligated to recognize them. It will ensure that judges who are presently refusing to recognize parental rights because of their lack of explicit protection within the Constitution will instead safeguard parental rights.

The founders of this country created a nation ruled by laws, not men. Placing parental rights into the text of the Constitution ensures that law will defend the American family. A constitutional amendment will shield the child-parent relationship from government intrusion, regardless of who sits on the Supreme Court.

Not only does an amendment adequately address the threat posed by judges who refuse to recognize parental rights, but it also meets head-on the threat against the child-parent relationship posed by international law.

HOW AN AMENDMENT PROTECTS THE FAMILY FROM INTERNATIONAL LAW

As a legally binding international treaty, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is capable of permanently altering the role of the parent within the American family. If ratified, the UNCRC becomes the law of the land, unable to be held in check by state or national legislation. The only way to protect the rights of parents from the destructive policies contained in the UNCRC is through an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Presently, except in cases where a parent has been proven to be "unfit," American law presumes that the parent is acting in the best interests of the child, and defers to that parent's decision. The UNCRC, in contrast, supplants this traditional presumption in favor of parents with a new presumption in favor of the state.

The Senators who originally opposed the ratification of the UNCRC when it was originally signed by President Clinton in 1995 believed that the Convention marked a significant departure from the American concept of the relationship between state and child, and was incompatible with the right of parents to raise their children.

The only way to protect the vital role of parents from this cataclysmic shift is through amending the U.S. Constitution to reflect current Supreme Court doctrine which preserves the right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children.

That's why the Parental Rights Amendment is so important. If passed, the Parental Rights Amendment will protect and preserve the vital child-parent relationship for generations to come.

WHY NOW?

The judges on the Supreme Court will change over time, but the law will not. If the U.S. Constitution is amended to secure parental rights, the vital child-parent relationship will be effectively shielded from intrusion by the government.

Amending the constitution is an enormous task—requiring time, resources, vision, dedication, and hardworking people who will make it happen. But it is not impossible.

Timing is everything. Parental rights are in an uncertain state within the federal courts, and danger is on the way. In only a matter of time, international law could erase the rights that most American parents take for granted. That’s why time is of the essence. We can’t afford to wait until parental rights are gone before seeking to defend them—now is the time to take action.

You can play a vital role in the process of amending the Constitution by joining with ParentalRights.org in the fight to protect children and parents. If you believe that the vital role of parents in the lives of their children should be protected and preserved, then we need your participation in the campaign to pass the Parental Rights Amendment!

Sign the petition now to protect children by empowering parents, and recruit your friends to join the fight. 

Rebekah Pizana | National Coalition Director | ParentalRights.org | 540.645.9475 (c)
P.O. Box 1090, Purcellville, Virginia 20134 | Email: rebekah@parentalrights.org

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Sept. 23, 2014

Isaiah Rider Home, but Not Home Free

Teen Isaiah Rider is back in Kansas City with family members after months in Chicago foster care. But the drama is not over.

Removed from his mother’s custody for “medical neglect,” Isaiah remains a ward of the state of Illinois.

“He was suffering,” Michelle recently told the Kansas City Star“They could not control his pain, so we asked for a transfer to another hospital. We were asking for them to get appropriate help, and they were failing to do that.”

Instead, Lurie’s Children’s Hospital in Chicago called in Illinois’ child protection services, who removed Isaiah from his mother’s custody and placed him in foster care.

Isaiah has neurofibromitosis, a genetic condition that causes often painful tumors to grow on the nerves throughout his body. He has been dealing with medical problems related to his condition since he was 6.

After his most recent surgery, he had continual and on-going pain, which led to Michelle’s fateful decision. And that is when Lurie’s called on the state of Illinois to intervene.

Illinois took custody of Isaiah and placed him in foster care until last week, when he was returned to Kansas City, into the custody of his grandparents.

“I am very thankful that he’s home,” his grandmother Judy told the Kansas City Star. “However, the restrictions that they’ve been able to provide through Cook County Court limit (my daughter’s) visitation.” She is not allowed to see her son unless one of her own parents is present.

Michelle is on trial in Chicago to try to regain custody of her son. The case started on Friday (Sept. 19), and could stretch on for months. “It’s very frustrating,” Michelle said of the situation. “He’s 17 years old. This needs to stop.”

Almost a year and a half ago, we sent you a story of “Baby Sammy Home, but Not Home Free,” of a similar situation in California. And the Justina Pelletier case earlier this year followed a very similar pattern.

Under the Uniform Child-Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act in Illinois (75- ILCS 36), it would appear that the Illinois courts should not have jurisdiction in the Rider case. Illinois is not Isaiah’s home, and he has no “significant connection with th[e] State other than mere physical presence.” The act has been adopted by the District of Columbia and every State except Massachusetts, and according to this reading of it, a Missouri court would rightly exercise jurisdiction over the case of Isaiah’s custody.

The law, however, is very complex. Illinois is already exercising jurisdiction, and it is not the purpose of this article to refute the court’s decision to do so.

But even if the UCCJEA were applied, there is no guarantee Michelle would win.Once a judge decides to ignore the fundamental right of parents to make medical decisions for their child, there is no telling what standard the judge will be looking for before he will entrust that parent with her own child again.

This is one great reason the Parental Rights Amendment looks to preserve those rights in the first place. Fit and loving parents should not have to defend their decisions to a judge when they have not been abusive or negligent. )

And make no mistake. The accusation of “neglect” against Michelle arose because doctors disagreed with her decision, not because of any action she had taken before.

Action Items

1. If you’re on Facebook, “like” our page at Facebook.com/parentalrights.org tofollow Isaiah’s and other stories through our Facebook page.

2. Join ParentalRights.org with your $5 monthly donation (or save $10 by making a$50 annual gift) at ParentalRights.org/member. Your membership enables us to promote state statutes to fix over-reaches like the one in the Rider case, while also funding efforts to pass the Parental Rights Amendment – the ultimate solution to this problem.

In addition, we will send you not only the September Elite Membership packet on meal planning, but also the special introductory packet on Parental Rights in the Medical SettingPerhaps its content can help you keep Isaiah’s nightmare from ever playing out in your family.

(And if you’ve signed up for our Membership Enlistment Contest, remember that it concludes next week on September 30.)

3. Help us find where your candidates stand on parental rights as we head toward Election Day. With enough help, this can be a quick and easy task that allows us to notify thousands of voters. See details in last week’s newsletter, available here.

With your help, we can make situations like Isaiah and Michelle Rider’s a thing of the past. But it will take all of us to preserve the “enduring American tradition” of parental rights.

Sincerely,

Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research
 

 

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Sept. 22, 2014

Parental Rights Need in Your California District

Hello, fellow champion of Parental Rights!

My name is Joseph Justus, and I have recently taken on the role of ParentalRights.org California State Volunteer Leader.

Working as a professional firefighter for the past 16 years, I have personally witnessed the steep decline in society and its effects on local communities. More importantly, as a father of four young children, I see that the nuclear family is under severe attack.

Personally, I believe the nuclear family is a force through which God can do incredible things. I believe our job as parents is to secure the freedom to raise our children as God calls, so we may lay the foundation for His plans to be accomplished.

But whatever drives you, I am convinced that if we as passionate leaders can band together, we can become a force to be reckoned with.

My mission as State Volunteer Leader is to recruit District Coordinators, who arevital to our quest to pass the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA). The prime responsibility of a District Coordinator is to motivate his congressional representative to co-sponsor the PRA by communicating parental rights issues to the representative. This typically is accomplished through educating the congressional representative on who we are and the significance of what we are trying to achieve.

There is a fire and I need your help to put it out. California must have a District Coordinator in each of the 53 districts. If you would like to volunteer as a District Coordinator or have any questions, please contact me. Also, if you are currently a District Coordinator and would like to continue, please let me know.

Respectfully Yours,

Joseph Justus
ParentalRights.Org
CA State Volunteer Leader
951-300-6403
jjustusproca@verizon.net
 

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Sept. 17, 2014

CRPD Sneak Attack Foiled at Last Minute

Dear Champion of Parental Rights,

Treaty proponents will stop at nothing, and we urgently need your support right now.

Yesterday, without notice, Senator Harkin (D-IA) tried to bring the U.N.'s Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) to the Senate floor by the "unanimous consent" of those in the chamber. In this sneak attack he almost succeeded in putting the treaty on the Senate calendar for a vote while limiting debate and eliminating any opportunity to offer amendments from the floor.

Thankfully, through the vigilance of Utah Senator Mike Lee (R), yesterday's sneak attack failed. (You can thank him in an email here:http://www.lee.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact) But that doesn't mean it's over. Our opponents in the Senate can try this again and again over the next three and a half months until the end of the session.

They could even go a step further, as Senator Durbin (D-IL) did two years ago,and propose that the treaty be adopted by unanimous consent – without any vote being taken whatsoever!

Freedom is dangerously close to being lost, and it is absolutely imperative that we remain vigilant every moment of this session, all the way through December.

Right now, we must have the resources to monitor and block this treaty through the end of the year! We cannot do this without your help. It's “all hands on deck.” Please help us today by sending a donation to stop the CRPD.

We must stand up to these tactics, and it's only because of your support that we can fight back. Thank you for standing with us to protect the parental rights of allAmericans, including those whose children have disabilities.

Sincerely,

Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research

P.S. – In his parting comments, Senator Harkin declared, “I may be retiring from the Senate, but I’m not retiring from this fight. I will never retire…. I will continue to work with [treaty proponents] to advance this and get it over the hurdle…. We will succeed in ratifying this treaty.” We need your help today to prove him wrong!

 

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Sept. 16, 2014

Find Where Your Candidates Stand

The 2014 mid-term elections are only seven weeks away. Do you know where your candidates stand on parental rights?

Each election cycle, we try to send our Parental Rights Amendment pledge to each congressional candidate in a district, then post the results on our website. This lets voters who visit our page see quickly and clearly who supports the Amendment and who does not.

This year, though, we have gotten behind, and we need your help to catch up. With the CRPD threatening, the PRA hearing in the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Constitution last week, and the launching of the new Parental Rights Foundation, we have not had the man hours to secure those pledges as well.

But you can help!

Right now, we are looking for volunteers in each district who can help us get the pledge out to each candidate who will appear on the ballot for your U.S. House or Senate elections. It is important that the pledge goes to every candidate on the ballot so that every candidate has an equal chance to sign.

We realize many will not sign. But we don’t want to be in the position where a candidate can say, “I never got the chance to see this pledge that my opponent has been willing to sign.” This could make us look biased and partisan, when in truth our only issue is the Parental Rights Amendment.

Our hearing in the House subcommittee on the Judiciary last Tuesday went well. ParentalRights.org President Michael Farris and Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute’s Wendy Wright both testified in favor of the Amendment. Catherine Ross of George Washington University School of Law testified in opposition. Discussion centered around whether or not the measure is needed at this time, though Ross also communicated a willingness to trust “experts” to know what is best for children, while Farris and Wright trust parents as better decision makers.

Thank you to the hundreds of you who sent us your stories about how your parental rights have been threatened or violated. Thanks to you, Mr. Farris was able to tell Congress that we have heard from literally hundreds of concerned parents from all over America who have suffered such experiences.

We do not know whether to expect a vote this year or not because time is short for this Congress. But even if no vote is taken, the congressional record on this matter continues to grow, putting us in very good position to make a serious run at House passage in 2015.

Action Item: Securing Pledges

If you are able to help us with the pledge project, here is all you need to do:

1. Email pledge@parentalrights.org and let me know what district you are in. If someone has already signed up for that district, I will try to let you know that right away so you don’t duplicate their work.

2. Find out who will be on the ballot for your House seat and for the Senate from your state. You can usually find this information through the website of the registrar or the state board of elections.

3. Use a web search to find contact information for each of the candidates. If you want to include serious write-in contenders as well you can, but that is up to you.

4. Download the pledge from here and email it to each of the candidates. Include in your email the following:

ParentalRights.org is asking candidates to pledge their support for the proposed Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Please look over the attached one-page pledge. If you can, please sign it and return it by email to pledge@parentalrights.org; by fax to 540-751-1249; or by post to ParentalRights.org, P.O. Box 1090 Purcellville, VA 20134.

If you can make a personal visit to their offices in lieu of an email, so much the better – but strive to approach each candidate in the same way.

5. Once you have contacted all offices, send a follow-up email letting me know the task is completed. Once we know all the candidates from a race have been reached, we will give them several days to respond and then post the pledge signers from that district to our site.

Thank you for helping us get the word to your candidates regarding the vital Parental Rights Amendment!

Sincerely,

Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research
 

P.S. – As always, we encourage you to become a member of ParentalRights.org. Our goal is to fully fund this political arm through memberships while providing monthly benefits for you and your family. You can join for just $5 per month or a discounted$50 per year (a $10 savings).

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Sept. 4, 2014

Let Us Share Your Story with Congress

ParentalRights.org President Michael Farris will be providing testimony on the Parental Rights Amendment before the Constitution Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee next Tuesday, September 9, and he would like to include your story.

Have you ever had a doctor or other medical professional (dentist, orthodontist, ophthalmologist, etc.) interfere with your parental rights? Perhaps they prevented you from accompanying your minor child into the treatment room for care. Perhaps they overrode your decisions regarding what is best for your child. Perhaps they called in the state because you sought a second opinion.

If you have had an experience of this sort, however basic or egregious, please send a brief summary to stories@parentalrights.org as soon as possible. You don’t have to write a long letter or include a ton of details. Just let us know what happened so that we can show Congress just how quickly this problem is growing, and just how far it has spread.

If you would also like to help fund our on-going efforts, you can secure a $5-monthly membership (or just $50 per year – a 16% savings) and receive two Elite Member Benefits packages – the current package on Menu Planning, and (fittingly enough) our package on Parental Rights in the Medical Setting. (If you already have a membership or don’t want one, you can make a general donation here.)

Thank you for your help as we prepare to take the issue of your parental rights to the very halls of Congress on September 9!

Sincerely,

Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research
 

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Sept. 2, 2014

Great News! PRA Goes to Subcommittee September 9

The Constitution Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on House Joint Resolution (HJRes.) 50, the Parental Rights Amendment (PRA), on Tuesday, September 9. Given that Congress is currently scheduled to be in session for only twelve work days before recessing again for the November elections, this hearing on only the second day communicates the importance of the resolution. The measure enjoys the support of 79 cosponsors, including Rep. Trent Franks, the chairman of the subcommittee. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) is the measure’s lead sponsor.

“I’m pleased that my colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee will consider the Parental Rights Amendment. This is an incredibly important milestone. The Parental Rights Amendment will ensure that child-rearing decisions are not made by faceless bureaucrats but by parents who love their children and know them best,” Congressman Meadows said.

This will mark the second consecutive session of Congress in which the PRA has been taken up by the subcommittee. The same subcommittee held a hearing on HJRes. 107 in July of 2012 during the 112th Congress.

“It is encouraging to know that in the midst of so many other important matters that Congress is dealing with, they have not lost sight of the importance of families,” says ParentalRights.org president Michael Farris. “Parental rights is ‘perhaps the oldest of the fundamental liberty interests recognized by [the Supreme] Court,’ but recent erosion of this liberty demands that we act to preserve it for our posterity.”

Farris, who boasts 30-plus years of experience as a constitutional lawyer and serves as chancellor of Patrick Henry College in Virginia, will be one of the expert witnesses to speak at the hearing on behalf of the Amendment. ParentalRights.org staff also plan to be in attendance.

Action Items

1. Call on your congressman to cosponsor the Parental Rights Amendment.The 79 cosponsors are listed at 4pra.us/House. If your congressman is not on the list, please contact his or her local office – or reach their D.C. office through the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121 – and ask that he or she contact Martha Van Lieshout in Mark Meadows’ office to sign on as a cosponsor.

Feel free to use your own words, of course, but a sample message follows:

I support the Parental Rights Amendment, which is House Joint Resolution 50. I am glad to see that HJRes. 50 is being taken up by the Constitution subcommittee next week, and that it already has 79 cosponsors. I would like to encourage my congressman to sign on as a cosponsor of the measure as well. The lead sponsor is Mark Meadows of North Carolina, and the contact person in his office is Martha Van Lieshout. I urge my congressman to take this stand to protect the right of loving parents to make decisions for their children without undue government interference.

2. Support our efforts with a membership to ParentalRights.org. If you are not already a member, why not join today? Your $5 monthly donation – or discounted$50 annual donation – will not only entitle you to all the great information in our monthly Elite Member Benefits packages, but will also fuel our efforts to protect parental rights.

Only with the help of donors just like you have we been able to introduce the Parental Rights Amendment in both houses of Congress and get it to this subcommittee hearing. Only with your generosity have we been able to stand against the push to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child, to warn you about dangers like the national student database associated with Common Core, and to inform you of grievous parental rights cases like that of Justina Pelletier.

With your support, we will continue this vital cause until your parental rights are permanently secured in the Constitution.

September 9 will be an exciting day in the struggle for parental rights, and we are grateful for the chance to share this victory with you!

Sincerely,

Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research
 

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Aug. 26, 2014

Members Fuel Fight to Save Parental Rights

They’re after our kids – the judges, the bureaucrats, the internationalists, the big government elites – and they seem to think they can make better decisions for our children than we can. And they know – they know – that if they can shape the hearts and minds of this next generation, there will soon be no one left to resist them at all.

The only thing stopping them is you. Your constitutional right to direct the upbringing, education, and care of your children is all that stands between your child and the bureaucrats’ dreams-come-true. But your rights, as you know, are eroding.

That is why your membership in ParentalRights.org is so important. As always, your donation funds the only national level organization standing up to protect your parental rights to guard your child’s heart and mind for a free and secure future.

But now your membership is beneficial to you in the present, as well. That’s because every month we offer Elite Member Benefits in the form of print outs, e-books, or informative interviews to help you be the best parent you can be – and exercise your rights to the full – right now.

"Love the ID kits!" -- Joy D., NY

For only $5 a month, or a discounted $50 one-time annual fee, you will receive a code once a month to your free Elite Member Benefits download. This month’s topic is Internet Safety, featuring a video interview with Enough Is Enough’s Donna Rice Hughes, as well as some handouts and coupons to help you protect your children online.

Coming in September – only a week away – is a package on Menu Planning to help busy parents like you make the most of your budget as you provide for your children. Food may not be a “cool” or “trending” parenting topic, but it’s vitally important – a part of every day!

"Thanks so much for your help!" - Donna A., NC

What’s more, we have made our July packet on Parental Rights in the Medical Setting a permanent part of every membership as well. Join today and you will have access to all three packages in less than a week! (September package becomes available Monday, September 1.)

By joining now, you will bring these benefits directly to your inbox on a monthly basis. Even more important, you will fund the vital but costly work of ParentalRights.org as we strive to protect your rights against intrusive U.N. treaties, activist judges, and encroaching legislation and regulations. Only with your help can we persevere until the Parental Rights Amendment is adopted and your rights are secured.

"We really appreciate it. We are a large family." Jennifer P., CA

So join today, then pass the message along.

You can also join our membership contest and earn rewards for enlisting your friends to join. So what are you waiting for? Only one more month in the contest, and only one more week to get your August Elite Membership packet for a safer internet experience.

Thank you for joining with us financially as we strive to protect parental rights now and for generations to come.

Sincerely,

Michael Ramey
Director of Communications & Research
 

P.S. – This is also the last week of August recess, and the last week to call or visit your Senators while they’re in your state and urge them to oppose the CRPD. Click here for details.

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