Last fall, Mary Cobb and her husband spent the afternoon at the lake with their five-year-old son who struggles with autism and is often prone to meltdowns, self-injurious behavior, and violent outbursts. On that day, however, he had dressed himself (in one-size-too-small pants), let his dad help him put his coat on, and had enjoyed […]
Most of us have been here. You are out running errands and have been getting your children in and out of the car all day. Now, all you need to do is make a quick stop at the post office.
10-month-old Hunter, who had spent his entire life in foster care, was finally reunited with his parents after a judge ruled that their limited cognitive abilities did not make them unfit to parent.
In the midst of a heated Republican primary race, a rival political operative instigated a CPS investigation by making false allegations of child abuse and neglect against the opposing candidate
It all began when the Grangers’ 3-year-old daughter quietly slipped out of the house. Though her parents quickly noticed and found her within just a few minutes, a passerby had already seen her, stopped, and called the police. The police were reasonable. CPS was not.
A member family from Oregon recently contacted us after their child, a minor, visited the doctor. While there, the child was asked to sign a document entitled “Limited Disclosure Authorization.” The document authorized the doctor to disclose a limited amount of the child’s medical information to the parents. Of course, this document raised a question […]
Colin Gunn, producer/director of Wait Till It’s Free, recently interviewed Heritage Defense attorney Bradley Pierce about medical neglect, the state of parental rights, and more.
Mrs. Henry was running some errands that morning while Mr. Henry had taken the day off to spend it with their five children.* As Mr. Henry was making breakfast, their eleven- and eight-year-old daughters, Regina and Sarah, were supposed to be outside doing their chores. Instead, they had run away…
To all Texans: A bill eroding parental rights is being heard in a Texas Senate committee this upcoming Tuesday, April 23. SB 1148 subjects fit parents with intact homes to suit by grandparents.1 This post was updated on April 30, 2013 (see below). Whether to support this legislation or not comes down to a simple […]
Melissa Harris-Perry is a host on MSNBC and a professor of political science at Tulane. She thinks that children do not belong to their parents. The fact that she is so brazen tells us how much this mindset is growing. What is even more chilling is that so many people are now defending her views […]