CPS developed the plan on their own (a violation of CPS policy and state law) and included a provision that would have required the family to admit to guilt for charges of medical child abuse and to having severe mental health issues.
July 30, 2019—Pardo Case Highlights CPS Lawlessness July 23, 2019—Kidnapped: How the Pardo Case Started at Children’s Medical Center Dallas July 16, 2019—Pardo case update: 4-year-old still separated from his parents [...]
For the third consecutive legislative session, the organization representing divorce lawyers in Texas, the Texas Family Law Foundation, filed a bill that would have made every family a target of in-laws who disagree with the legitimate parenting decisions of fit parents.
April 24, 2019—Have We Forgotten How to Trust Parents? April 17, 2019—Who Decides for Children: Parents or the State? April 10, 2019—How Education Keeps Us Free April 3, 2019—Parents: Keep an Eye on These Four [...]
March 27, 2019—New TX Supreme Court Judge a Friend to Family Freedoms March 20, 2019—Why Homeschoolers Are So Free in Texas March 6, 2019—Increased Regulation Will Not Improve Homeschooling—Freedom Will March 27, 2019 New Texas [...]
February 27, 2019—Protecting Texas Families February 20, 2019—Suing Families For Their Children February 13, 2019—College or Not (For the Homeschool Graduate)? February 6, 2019—Father Desperate to Protect His Son From Court Decision February 27, 2019 [...]
January 30, 2019—Opponents of Homeschooling Call for Regulation January 22, 2019—Europe Rules Against Homeschooling January 15, 2019—Standing in the Gap (4 Hours of CPS Interrogation) January 8, 2019—Battle for Free Speech January 30, 2019 Opponents [...]
December 18, 2018 — Homeschooling Works! December 11, 2018 — The Coming Storm (How You Can Help in Keeping Texas Families Free) December 4, 2018 — Homeschooling Is the Future December 18, 2018 Homeschooling Works! [...]