18 November 2011

Your rights as a parent are fading fast.

This docudrama briefs you on what has happened, how the government believes it can treat parents, and what you can do to help keep the UNCRC from tearing down our nation…

ParentalRights.org’s goal is to pass the following amendment to the U.S. Constitution to protect the fundamental rights of parents in raising their children:

“SECTION ONE: The liberty of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children is a fundamental right.

“SECTION TWO: Neither the United States nor any State shall infringe upon this right without demonstrating that its governmental interest as applied to the person is of the highest order and not otherwise served.

“SECTION THREE: No treaty may adopted nor shall any source of international law be employed to supersede, modify, interpret, or apply to the rights guaranteed by this article.”

Get involved: Sign the petition, follow them on Facebook here and here, spread
the word to your friends and family, write your newspaper, call your Congressmen.
Donate to ParentalRights.org

Protect your Children by Protecting Your Parental Rights.

  1. 11 Responses to “Overruled”

  2. Courtney Paige on Nov 18, 2011 said:

    Scary. :( Thank you for sharing this. We need to hear it, despite how upsetting it is. I’ll be watching the rest of the video when I get the chance.

  3. Janelle@GraceTags on Nov 18, 2011 said:

    Thank you for posting this. As someone who chooses an alternative schedule for vaccines, is interested in her child’s schooling, and my rights to parent my child the way I see fit, this was an important film to watch.


  4. Lisa on Nov 18, 2011 said:

    Thanks SO much for posting this Emily! So scary hearing how this could dictate how I parent in future (I am not yet a parent).
    Thanks for passing it along.

  5. Mary on Nov 19, 2011 said:

    i hope you don’t mind that i post this on my blog today. thank you!

  6. Emily Rose on Nov 19, 2011 said:

    Mary, thank you for helping to spread the word! God bless, Emily Rose

  7. Suzeane Stuart on Nov 19, 2011 said:

    Ola Emily
    Sou Susie, vivo no Brasil e acompanho seu blog!
    Me assustei quando vi o vídeo, e divulguei no Facebook.
    Muito importante esse assunto!
    Hoje no Brasil grande número de família é constituída por Mãe, que são Mãe e Pai. Estão exaltando a mulher como “homem da casa” de deixando esse assunto tao delicado de lado.
    Muito obrigada!
    Glod Bless you!
    Susie Stuart

  8. Rebecca on Nov 20, 2011 said:

    Thank you so much for sharing this Emily! I have shared it on facebook and with my family and friends. Definately a message we need to hear even though its hard to hear as another reader said. We need to stand up for God and defend our rights. Praying about this with you!

    In Christ,

  9. Hope on Nov 21, 2011 said:

    Wow, thank you for sharing.

  10. No. 17 Cherry Tree Lane on Nov 23, 2011 said:

    I blogged about it immediately after watching! Thank you for informing us!

  11. Michelle Mabalod on Nov 23, 2011 said:

    Thanks for sharing this. I’m a Filipina and a mother, and quite apprehensive of a bill pending in Congress which seeks to strip parents of parental rights. I’ll help spread this.

  12. Rachelle on Dec 1, 2011 said:

    Listening to the first story on the video makes me very angry, AT the parents. It is not the fault of the doctor that a law keeps him from providing that information. Should he of provided that information against the will of the child he could have been sued for millions of dollars and had his medical license revoked for HIPPA violation. He didn’t write the laws, nor did he pass them himself. There wasn’t any need to be argumentative or belligerent with the doctor when he was just following the law. It’s one thing to be angry at the law, but the video re-enactment displays the family being extremely rude and nasty towards the doctor who was only doing his job. Did they honestly expect the doctor to BREAK THE LAW to accommodate them? Furthermore, why don’t you just ask your kid for the test results? That isn’t that hard.

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