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Respect for the family threatened

Letters to the Editor
Posted: 11/01/2011 02:00:05 AM PDT

American law has traditionally had a great deal of respect for parents’ ability to make the best decisions for their children. This respect is fundamental to the American way of life, and to our belief in the family. We do not believe in omnipotent bureaucrats micro-managing our lives. We believe in diversity, liberty, and freedom from unreasonable government interference.

But that respect for the family is threatened. The UN’s Convention on the Rights of the Child is a well-intentioned but dangerous treaty, and America keeps coming to the brink of ratifying it. The UNCRC is dangerous because it would change the legal standards that our courts currently apply to decisions about families. Historically, our judges have protected parents’ right to raise their children as they see fit. Under the UNCRC, the government is bound to pursue whatever its own view of a child’s best interest happens to be. I don’t want to force other people raise their kids as I say, and I certainly won’t want the government forcing its beliefs on my family, either.

In response to the threat of the UNCRC, a Parental Rights Amendment is about to be introduced into Congress. The amendment would protect parents’ right to raise their children without unreasonable state interference. I would urge everyone to call Rep. Mike Thompson at 202-225-3311 and ask him to support the amendment. More information is available online at www.parentalrights.org.

Jonathan Ashbach

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Written by dawneworswick

November 2, 2011 at 6:21 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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