The Everett Daily Herald reports the agencies plan to hold public meetings next month in six cities. The input will help the agencies decide how to bring back the endangered species. [Continue reading]
FA Note: Minor children, under natural law, are rightfully the property of their parents, who bear responsibility for them. If people do not have property rights they become property, and liberty is impossible.
Attorney Emord States that Arkansas Seizure of Stanley Kids is an Extraordinary Abuse of State Power
It will be at least “6 more weeks of kidnapping” for the 7 homeschooled, homebirthed Stanley children, according to their father. Hal and Michelle Stanley were given no warning that their court hearing scheduled for February 12 would be abruptly postponed until March 23. They say they were not given any explanation as to why the hearing was postponed.
They had been under the impression that their children would be coming home after the hearing, and had held onto the hope that the crazy situation would be resolved, and their family would be reunited. The pain in their voices was palpable as they expressed their disappointment and grief over the postponement. [Continue reading]
No Way, ESEA! A Classroom Teacher Raises Hard QuestionsAre we training pigeons or educating children? That is the big question we need to ask Congress as they re-authorize ESEA (the Elementary and Secondary Education Act)! There seems to be … [Continue reading]
“Corporate America is using police forces as their mercenaries.”—Ray Lewis, Retired Philadelphia Police Captain It’s one thing to know and exercise your rights when a police officer pulls you over, but what rights do you have when a private … [Continue reading]
"...'National, Rational, Republican Education, Free for All, at the Expense of All, Conducted under the Guardianship of the State,' apart from the contaminating influence of parents..." Be sure to catch Dr. Dennis Cuddy's fascinating article "Common … [Continue reading]
At the end of the bi-annual legislative session the Montana State Assembly processed the most aggressive anti-Agenda 21 legislation ever considered. As of today several other states have outlawed Agenda 21. In Montana, consideration was given to … [Continue reading]