• Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

    A law professor at the oldest law school in the nation believes that there is no inherent right to parent one's own children. In an interview for CRTV about homeschooling, Professor James G. Dwyer told syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin that: "The reason that parent-child relationship exists is because the state confers legal parenthood on people through its paternity and maternity laws." An investigation into Dwyer's writings and history reveals that this alarming statement was not an exaggerated statement taken out of context or misrepresented by a conservative journalist. Instead, the statement appears to be a foundational core belief held by a man who formerly worked in New York state family courts as a Law Guardian, which is the equivalent of a Guardian ad Litem. Dwyer's writings now influences policy within the family court system. Dwyer argues: "Courts should recognize that newborn babies, much more clearly than birth parents, have fundamental interests at stake in the state's selection of legal parents and, therefore, a much stronger claim to constitutional protection."

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  • Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

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    A law professor at the oldest law school in the nation believes that there is no inherent right to parent one's own children. In an interview for CRTV about homeschooling, Professor James G. Dwyer told syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin that: "The reason that parent-child relationship exists is because the state confers legal parenthood on people through its paternity and maternity laws." An investigation into Dwyer's writings and history reveals that this alarming statement was not an exaggerated statement taken out of context or misrepresented by a conservative journalist. Instead, the statement appears to be a foundational core belief held by a man who formerly worked in New York state family courts as a Law Guardian, which is the equivalent of a Guardian ad Litem. Dwyer's writings now influences policy within the family court system. Dwyer argues: "Courts should recognize that newborn babies, much more clearly than birth parents, have fundamental interests at stake in the state's selection of legal parents and, therefore, a much stronger claim to constitutional protection."
    This guy is a nutjob. I found https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MQrrlaT0h4 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSX7scZDnTE. The first link, he talks about his book, and it's all gibberish to me. The second link ("Restricting Parental Speech") is an hour long but gets interesting in the second half. He is on a panel with Jay Sekulow and another lawyer, both of whom disagree with him on many points. Jay's reactions are pretty funny in some cases, and Dwyer gets a gasp from the audience at one point (this exchange starts at 42:20).
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    I'm 81 y/o and have five grown children and all I can say is that I'm so glad I don't have to deal with the system these days because I'd probably lose my mind. That professor looks and talks like a typical liberal Socialist....he is so naive it makes him dangerous! But that's what Socialists do, they take charge and control of families bit by bit until they have full control. I know because I was born and raised in the UK where Socialism is widespread. I still have family over there and often hear about the NHS (National Health System) which dishes out health care free of charge but at a very hefty price. Most Brits though are quite content with it because they know no other way and have been conditioned all their lives to obey the system. I first heard of a bureaucrat with the social services declare that parents should not have control of their own children and that each child should have another adult, chosen by the state who keeps track of how the child is being raised. That came from a bureaucrat in Scotland !!!!

    It's despicable to think that an agency would have the audacity to claim authority of other peoples' children and if I had to deal with that I'd probably be the biggest activist you've ever seen. In fact they'd probably throw me in jail for bucking the system and creating an uproar.

    Parents need to be on guard every minute concerning their precious children's welfare and well being and I hope they wake up and let the system know that they aren't putting up with their evil tactics!!!

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    It is disturbing that we have total imbeciles like this one in a position to make such statements that people just like him, with a certain degree of power, might take it upon themselves to try to enact the ludicrousy he spouts.

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    I'm sorry I don't agree with this. The reason homeschooling exists is because they wanted to GET AWAY from government regulations on schooling. They are tired of what the government is pushing on their kids and rather put up with it, they wanted to deal with it another way..

    And I can say this because I WAS HOMESCHOOLED throughout my entire schooling up until college.

    One of the things I heard my mom say a lot coming from other homeschool friends of my family who lives in other states, is that the government, in pushing regulation on homeschooling, has made it very difficult to homeschool in that state. I have a friend in Pennsylvania who was homeschooled their and that state has a pretty tight mandate on homeschooling. Like they have to report to the state to PROVE that their children are learning the right stuff..

    I mean come on really?!

    We already have the stereotype that we aren't educated or socialized! Do we really need to add this to the "Bad Rep" homeschooling already receives?

    Might I also add that homeschooling is also one of the fastest growing forms of education here in the United States?

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    If he's pushing for the state to select parents for children. What's next, locking up every single person and basically treating us like animals to be bred? From how much he expounded on Religion and/or Christianity. I think it's really the Christian parents, he is targeting. I'm sure if he had his way. The first ones to lose their children is all of the Christians in the public spotlight; Which in part includes all of the Musicians, authors, so on.

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    This idiot forgets the fact that the parent-child relationship AND obligation to raise the child preceded the creation of any state of government.

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    Tell you what, bucky! Why don't you come try to take my children.

  • Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

    If what he says is fact, why do lawyers get to keep the courts tied up with custody cases between parents? Shouldn't that be disallowed? I mean, if a couple decides to divorce and they have children, shouldn't the children immediately just be taken from them by the State?


    That's just about how crazy this sounds. The guy's a lunactic.

  • Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

    You, professor, are an unthinking moron who needsd to find his soul and reverse your ethical and spiritual retardation - look at some FACTS;

    No child is born because one branch of govt merged with another branch of govt. If nobody ever told you, it involves sperms and eggs - NOT legislation, claimed fictitious "govt rights" or misplace authority.

    There are biological imperatives in every aspect of your life - but you idiotically pretend there is no such connection between parents and the children whom they ideally love and care for. A parallel relationship with government is a total impossibility, but you want to delude yourself into believing that state authoritarian rulings can replace a biological life human beings are designed for.

    Your pathetic intent SEEMS to be further erosion of our constitutionally recognized HUMAN RIGHTS - and if your govt were at all valid, and if your blithering were accurate, you'd know that no authoritarian figure has any legitimate purview over our human rights. Inalienable means you can't take those away or separate us from our rights. Inherent means we HAVE those rights just for being, and no government authorization is necessary - or lawful.

    From the blankness in your eyes, i could actually picture you as tied into the CPS/state pedophile network, where your false "solution" loses kids, places them with criminals, and abuses them daily. There is no possible way in which a reasonably good parent can possibly be worse than state mandated care and/or foster care.


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    Prof R U married? Got kids? If you answered yes, those kids will no longer be yours. The State will send a case worker to pick them up. You do not display any signs of humanity and therefore you must abandon any claims to family.

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    What a wackadoodle! MY rights as a parent of MY children came from God - from the day I conceived them. He needs to be muted.

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    @Brian said:

    Anon said:


    This guy is not only appalling, but he is terrifying in that e is trying to speak for children and influence policy. As someone who grew up in foster care and know many others in foster care-I wish the state had stayed out of our business and left me with my mom. I don't know a single person who graduated college out of a 2-300 kid's group foster home. I keep in touch with a lot of them and most are on drugs now. How can he possibly say he speaks for children in foster care when he's never experienced it? Children in foster care SUFFER and unless our parents were beating us or raping us, we should have been left with our parents. I was removed for neglect (AKA Poverty.) I had everything I needed, but just because the CPS worker didn't like our apartment and it was apparent we couldn't afford a ;lawyer, my mother lost custody of me. I had a right to stay with my mom if I chose to and I would have. Even as an adult, my thought have never changed on that. My mom and I would have had a much better relationship and been much closer (we are still close now) if we had all those years back!!
    If you would like us to publish your story, even anonymously, please contact us. Your voice needs to be heard!

    I was also in foster care because of " poverty ". When I graduated fron HS I was given a suitcase and had to leave. The system could care less what happened to me after I left. It is true that the majority of children in the system do become drug addicts and alcoholics. We where also used for college students who where studying to become therapist. I agree that unless you are being beaten, starved or raped then stay out of our business!

  • Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

    This guy is not only appalling, but he is terrifying in that e is trying to speak for children and influence policy. As someone who grew up in foster care and know many others in foster care-I wish the state had stayed out of our business and left me with my mom. I don't know a single person who graduated college out of a 2-300 kid's group foster home. I keep in touch with a lot of them and most are on drugs now. How can he possibly say he speaks for children in foster care when he's never experienced it? Children in foster care SUFFER and unless our parents were beating us or raping us, we should have been left with our parents. I was removed for neglect (AKA Poverty.) I had everything I needed, but just because the CPS worker didn't like our apartment and it was apparent we couldn't afford a ;lawyer, my mother lost custody of me. I had a right to stay with my mom if I chose to and I would have. Even as an adult, my thought have never changed on that. My mom and I would have had a much better relationship and been much closer (we are still close now) if we had all those years back!!

  • Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

    Anon said:

    This guy is not only appalling, but he is terrifying in that e is trying to speak for children and influence policy. As someone who grew up in foster care and know many others in foster care-I wish the state had stayed out of our business and left me with my mom. I don't know a single person who graduated college out of a 2-300 kid's group foster home. I keep in touch with a lot of them and most are on drugs now. How can he possibly say he speaks for children in foster care when he's never experienced it? Children in foster care SUFFER and unless our parents were beating us or raping us, we should have been left with our parents. I was removed for neglect (AKA Poverty.) I had everything I needed, but just because the CPS worker didn't like our apartment and it was apparent we couldn't afford a ;lawyer, my mother lost custody of me. I had a right to stay with my mom if I chose to and I would have. Even as an adult, my thought have never changed on that. My mom and I would have had a much better relationship and been much closer (we are still close now) if we had all those years back!!

    If you would like us to publish your story, even anonymously, please contact us. Your voice needs to be heard!

    Editor, Health Impact News
  • Law Professor Attacks Homeschoolers - Believes State Should Choose Parents for Babies

    This is just Marxism where the government "centrally plans" everything, and this is what the left and the democrats want. They won't come out and say it until they know they cannot be voted out of office (i.e., they flood this country with immigrants and take it over like they did in CA). But it is coming if the democrats regain power. The democrats also hate home schooling because the government cannot indoctrinate children in a home school environment--it is only in public schools that goal can be accomplished. Public schools have been perverted and corrupted by democrats. Vouchers (even for home schooling) is the answer to undoing this damage.

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    This guy can shove off. We homeschooled my son and he graduated university magna cum laude and that would not have happened in the state run system. It cost me and my wife a fortune to do this on our own. You cannot comprehend all the expletives I have for this leftist jerk and, knowing I'd deliver them with a brick to his face, I'd might as well leave out the expletives and just give the jerk the brick..... repeatedly, many times over.