Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Why Do We Need a Parents Right Amendment?

A friend of mine pointed this out to me the other day. I quote:

"The U.S. Founding Fathers viewed a Father's Rights over his own children, so fundamental, basic, absolute, and inalienable, as endowed by the Creator, that such obvious and self evident rights were never considered necessary to spell out in an after thought Amendment to the U.S. Constitution," Paul Sielski on Facebook.

The necessity to fight for our Parental Rights was unheard of 100's of years ago, but this is the case. With federal funding of hundreds of programs that interfere with our ability to educate, rear, and instruct in our religious beliefs, it it time we put down on paper our Fundamental Rights.

We have the support of many, many federal court rulings, but until a parental rights amendment is passed both at the national level and at state levels (since marriage, education and religious freedoms are protected by state constitutions), the destruction of the Traditional Family will go on until we are just puppets of our government, and all of us Wards of the State.

Proposed California Parental Rights Amendment

Section 1. The right of 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 biological 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 in a jury trial that such a fundamental rights be abridged except in cases of criminal neglect, abandonment 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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