In December 2019, CPS dismissed its case and dropped all allegations against the Pardo family. Now, CPS has placed the family on the Child Abuse Registry.
As with the Pardos, parents who are completely innocent can be dubbed “child abusers” at the will of CPS.
The Supreme Court of Texas’ parental rights ruling corrected an injustice and ensured that parental rights will be protected in future cases.
Chris and his 5-year-old daughter, Ann, are petitioning the state’s highest civil court for an order protecting their parent-child relationship from intrusion by an unrelated man
In August of 2009 Theresa Allen contacted CPS to protect her grandchildren from the unsafe and illegal environment to which they had been exposed when visiting their mother’s home. When the caseworker missed the deadline [...]
The Texas Home School Coalition is the only organization in Texas to take up arms and draft legislation to stop this lawsuit abuse made possible by a loophole in the Grandparent Access Statute. The fight [...]
This is a story of vigilance, a zombie bill that wouldn’t die, and the courage of one man who stood in the doorway of truth and held back the forces of evil. Most of all, this is the story of God’s faithfulness.
A month ago we wrote about how home schoolers have recently been denied a Texas driver license by local Department of Public Safety (DPS) offices because, they are told, they are without official school records. [...]
Some Texas homeschool students have recently been denied a driver license by local DPS offices because they are without official school records.