Who should make decisions on behalf of children? The government? Their parents? Well, while many would agree that parents should be the bearers of this responsibility, others would disagree.
Though you may not be aware of it, there are those who seem to want to limit the authority and rights of parents in certain areas.
1 Way to Potentially Help Protect the Authority and Rights of Parents
If you are a parent and would like to have your eyes opened—and the daylights scared out you too—then google “parental rights Jim Dwyer video.” Dwyer is a law professor at the College of William and Mary who minces no words in this video as he boldly claims that the government—and not you, the parent—should have final authority on how your child is educated.
But he doesn’t stop there. Dwyer says the state should be the ultimate guarantor of a child’s well-being and that parents have no rights that the state doesn’t first give them. This is all the more reason to go to parentalrights.org and sign the petition to pass the parental rights amendment.