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Frozen Embryos: People, Property, or Something In-Between?

While debates over the personhood of fetuses have been raging for years, a new issue has been arising with increasing frequency: what is personhood status of frozen embryos? 234 more words


Legally, How Smart do You Have to be to be a Parent?

By Lisa Miller

New York Magazine

How smart do you have to be to be a parent? Sara Gordon didn’t walk until she was 18 months old. 642 more words


What Happens To A Child After A Parent Is Deported?

The reports show that even parents of U.S. citizens are among thousands of undocumented immigrants being expelled from the United States each year.  While ICE will typically not detain individuals who are the primary caretakers of US born children (unless they are legally subject to mandatory detention based on the severity of their criminal history or their risk of flight), there is always a risk that even a custodial parent might get detained and deported. 598 more words

Family Law

Removing Parents from Public Schools

It is no accident, no coincidence. And it’s not just your imagination. There really is a steady trend by the government and the courts to remove the influence of parents from the public schools. 756 more words

Parental Rights

Students Coerced Into Signing Legal Documents at School w/o Parental Consent or Knowledge

People across the country have grown increasingly fed up with governmental intrusion into our daily lives. One area that we find this to be especially true is education. 469 more words

Topics Of Interest

Mother indicted on kidnapping charges

January 14, 2016

Source: caller.com

A Corpus Christi mother was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday on charges that she kidnapped two children, according to a news release from the U.S. 106 more words

Drawing lines and accommodations in public schools

Happy new year folks. I wanted to follow up on my grand bargain post, where I suggest creationist students be allowed to substitute another topic for evolution. 234 more words