Saturday, March 8, 2008

Court: Parents Must Have Teaching Credentials to Home School Kids "Parents do not have a constitutional right to home school their children," Justice H. Walter Croskey wrote in a Feb. 28 opinion for the 2nd District Court of Appeals.
That's right Justice Croskey, a parent's rights do not come from the constitution. That RIGHT comes from a far higher place than government. Periodically, we need a reminder about the nature of who we really are and from where we originate. Recently, the state of California acknowledged that it OWNS its citizens. Does your state hold the same opinion? If you do not "educate" your child the way the state says you must, can they fine you and confiscate your children? In California, they say they can. If government can do that, were your kids really ever your own? Remember, you do not have "constitutional" rights. Our founding documents acknowledged unalienable rights with which we are endowed by virtue of us being alive. The Constitution and Bill of Rights merely enumerated some of those that would be protected by government. Unfortunately, the GOVT and people who created it are under the false impression that "rights" are really privileges. This is not a minor oversight as it leads back to the time when "slavery" was legal. It may not be "legal" today in our system of government, but it exists as surely as drugs do -- despite laws against them. When do you have to ask for permission? Only when you do not own the property. Why must you ask permission to educate your own children? Clearly, the state does not believe that you "own" them. So, do you? What if you want to heal from cancer without chemotherapy, radiation or surgery? Will you be allowed? If you need permission, you are not free. It's the bitter red pill that wakes you up to this uncomfortable reality. The option of government-sanctioned child-abuse via "public" indoctrination centers is not appealing for those who value individual liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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