Wednesday, February 25, 2009

California Parental Rights Amendment

To create a parental right to rear your children free of government interference and to enjoy that right unless removed by a jury upon a finding of abuse or neglect "beyond a reasonable doubt.

  1. Parental rights existed before "positive law" and come from our Creator
  2. Constitutional rights protected under the US Constitution have never included marriage, family and children. These rights are reserved to the people.
  3. The 4th, 5th and 6th, 14th Amendments rights are routinely violated by the states. This amendment would codify these rights at the state level.
  4. Family courts and other quasi-government agencies violate parent and children's right daily. It is time to stop it !!

It is almost next to impossible to have a federal Parental Rights Amendment passed to amend the US Constitution. For that to happen requires the US Congress to pass a proposed amendment to the states. The state governments would not pass it for one main reason:

It would cut into their budget windfall from the federal government. As long as the federal government subsidizes state interference in family matters, the state governments will continue their atrocities against the people of their state and the children of their state.

However, a state Parental Rights Constitutional Amendment would be extremely passable and almost unchallengeable from state governments and agencies if it were based on federal court decisions and the Supremacy clause of the US Constitution supporting children's and parents rights.

Proposed California Parental Rights Amendment

Section 1. The right of the parents to direct the upbringing of their children, and to the care, companionship and society of their children is a fundamental right.

Section 2. The right of children under age 18 to the care, companionship, and society of their parents is a fundamental right.

Section 3. The state of California, nor any administrative, judicial, executive or legislative act, directive, order or rule or ruling shall infringe upon these rights without demonstrating evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that such a fundamental rights be abridged except in cases of criminal neglect or abuse. No governmental act or acts now in existence can be created to supersede, modify, interpret, or apply to the rights guaranteed by this article.

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