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"The service that DCFS now provides is worse than the abuse that most abused children ever experienced. The trauma they inflict on ordinary children is unspeakable." ~Social worker Anthony Cavuoti

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National CPS News Archive

National News Coverage

12-year-old wins $256,000 after suing mother over fatal family car crash: Faith Varden-Carberry, the 12-year-old girl who sued both her parents and the Motor Insurer's Bureau of Ireland, has been awarded $256,000 following the 2007 car crash.

May 21, 2013

by Paul W. Bennett

Homeschooling was once the best-kept secret in Nova Scotia education. Since Auditor General Jacques Lapointe issued his Nov. 21, 2012, report raising concerns.

Supporters of home education for children reacted immediately to Lapointe's rather outlandish claim that "the rights of kids educated at home" might be "at risk." Now the auditor general has stirred the pot again. On CBC Radio's Maritime Noon (May 9), Lapointe went further, charging that it was "a seriously flawed program" where the Department of Education was "failing in its responsibility to respect the rights of children." Studio guest Robert Berard, a Mount Saint Vincent University professor, and five straight callers effectively refuted his claims, one by one. The question remains: How much regulation is too much when it comes to homeschooling?

May 15, 2013

New Delhi: Are foster parents, who raised a child for a decade, entitled to its permanent custody against the wishes of biological parents? The Supreme Court is to decide this complex issue.

The apex court has agreed to hear a plea of biological parents seeking custody of their child who was allowed by the Delhi High Court to live with his uncle and aunt with whom he has been living for the last 10 years.

May 15, 2013

by Blake Boles

Do you love school? Do you ache with a burning desire to rise early, sit through hours of lectures, and complete your next homework assignment? If so, then this article is not for you.

Does school bore you to death, but you would rather suffer quietly than do something about it? Then this definitely isn't for you. But if you're trapped inside a school that doesn't engage you and you're willing to make a change, then I have good news for you: You can leave school tomorrow and never look back.

May 15, 2013

by Todd Starnes

The U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Obama Administration's decision to deny asylum to a German homeschooling family.

The Romeike family fled their German homeland in 2008 seeking political asylum in the United States - where they hoped to home school their children. Instead, the Obama administration wants the evangelical Christian family deported.

May 15, 2013

by Leigh Jones

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied a German couple's bid for asylum in the United States today, pushing their family one step closer to deportation.

Uwe and Hannelore Romeike moved to the United States in 2008 because Germany does not allow parents to homeschool their children. The couple, devout Christians, feared the state school system would undermine their children's faith. The couple already faced $9,000 in fines for keeping their children home and knew the German government could take their children from them if they continued to keep them out of government-approved schools.

May 14, 2013

by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster

American taxpayers fund a racket that wrenches the stomach. That is CPS. Some of those involved claim their are just following orders, others just pocket the bounty on children wrenched from their parent's arms.

Under 5 years, blond, blue-eyed - $6,000.00. a top of the line product We are going to take you behind the lies into the ugly truth that is destroying families for profit every day, in every community across America. You won't want to believe it but when you see their faces, hear their voices, you will understand why this is happening and what it means to your own life, even if you don't have children.

May 9, 2013

Children's rights ombudsman Pavel Astakhov has accused U.S. authorities of "severe neglect" for removing 5-month-old Sammy Nikolayev from his Russian parents and advised the parents to take action against them.

Alex and Anna Nikolayev, who live in Sacramento, California, took their baby son to the Sutter Memorial hospital with the flu two weeks ago, U.S. media reports said. But the child protective services took the boy after the parents left without receiving a proper discharge.

April 29, 2013

by Emily DeRuy

Hispanic youth used to represent a disproportionately small number of all the children in foster care. Unfortunately, they're catching up.

The Chronicle of Social Change, a site that covers juvenile justice and child welfare, points out that the longer Latino families are in the United States, the closer they get to everything from incarceration to alcoholism and divorce. This, in part, leads to more Latino kids in the foster care system.

April 25, 2013

by Therese Allaoui and Emily Webb

THE number of children being homeschooled in Victoria is skyrocketing, yet unlike other states, there are no checks in place here to monitor standards.

Between 2008 and 2012, the number of Victorian children registered to be homeschooled almost doubled, according to the Government's Victorian Registration & Qualifications Authority. Numbers jumped from 1829 children in 2008 to 3435 children last year.

April 15, 2013

by Rob Smith

A YOUNG foster care leaver has praised a scheme by Staffordshire County Council which is helping him to prepare for life on his own.

After seven years in full-time foster care, 18 year old Shaun Lewis has joined the supported lodgings project which aims to give teenagers the life skills they need to become independent adults.

April 10, 2013

A national database of student-specific data is very concerning for many reasons. The national databases being created now include detailed records of students, including race, gender, birth information, learning disabilities, detailed academic records..

This information is being collected soon after birth, all the way through graduation from college. The more personal information that is included, the greater the danger to the student's privacy and safety if the data is breached. Will certain data make it harder for students to get into higher education? Will it be disclosed to government employers, or even private employers?

April 10, 2013

In the US and many countries there's a refusal to force manufacturers to clearly label products that use GMO's. Wheat, Corn, almost all food stocks are now GMO's and many are used as feed to animals.

Look at low chicken and pork prices in the US and what are those animals fed mostly? GMO's. When I was a kid in the 70's the news talked about vaccines being implanted into crops in Africa to help fight disease. A noble goal indeed. Instead this has turned into a vicious money game with big players like Monsanto controlling whole markets with government support. The big questions other than following the money is simply why not label foods GMO and give the public the choice? Why suppress information? Why suppress studies? Even foods labelled as Organic or with organic practices may be grown from GMO seeds.

April 9, 2013

by Patrick Sawer

A former Army cadet who was sexually abused from the age of nine by his adoptive father and his gay partner has claimed social workers would not have ignored his cries for help had his abusers been heterosexual.

Social services insisted on returning Andy Cannon to live with the couple, even though staff at Wakefield council had received up to six allegations of physical and sexual abuse over a number of years.

April 9, 2013

by Derek Punsalan

Social services insisted on returning Andy Cannon to live with the couple, even though staff at Wakefield council had received up to six allegations of physical and sexual abuse over a number of years.

Mr Cannon, now 23, said he believed social workers would have removed him from his abusers had they not been gay. He said: "If my adoptive dad was in a heterosexual relationship then my complaints would have been listened to earlier.

April 9, 2013

by Paul Sims

A homosexual foster couple were left free to sexually abuse vulnerable boys in their care because social workers feared being accused of discrimination if they investigated complaints, an inquiry concluded yesterday.

Craig Faunch and Ian Wathey were one of the first homosexual couples in the country to be officially approved as foster parents. They looked after 18 children in only 15 months. With no previous convictions, they came across as respectable men who simply wanted to help boys with a variety of problems. In reality, they were pedophiles, who repeatedly abused the children in their care.

April 9, 2013

by Jason Miller

BELLEVILLE, ON -- Five former foster children are suing the Prince Edward County Children's Aid Society (PECCAS) and four former foster parents for $14 million for sexual abuse while in their care.

The civil suits represent $2.8 million for each plaintiff. Two of the foster patents involved are now in prison for the sexual abuse of children placed in their care and a third convicted predator's case is before the Ontario Court of Appeal.

April 8, 2013

by Tom Woods

Over the past several weeks I have mentioned that I've been at work on a K-12 homeschool curriculum. That wasn't the whole story. Today I can tell you the whole story: it is the Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum.

The online homeschool not only covers grades K-12, but also provides the knowledge and curriculum to be able to "test-out" of your first 2 years of college by encouraging the use of CLEP exams. The emphasis in this program is not simply on teaching from a different point of view, or teaching material that no other school or curriculum offers, although the Ron Paul Curriculum does both of these things. But it also emphasizes oral and written communication, so that students will be able to spread and defend their ideas effectively. Students will have their own blogs, start YouTube channels, and even learn the basics of video production, website design, and Internet marketing.

April 8, 2013

by Rachel Kingston

Customers of Schwan's and Market Day foods now need to be aware of a widespread recall that is sickening people throughout the country.

Rich Products is recalling more frozen foods because they might be contaminated with E. Coli bacteria. Specific products being recalled may have been delivered to your door or, sold in your child's school fundraisers. All of the recalled foods, no matter what brand name they were sold under have "Best By" dates ranging from January 1, 2013 to September 29, 2014.

April 7, 2013

Another custody row involving Indians abroad has surfaced and this time it is from Britain where a five-year-old boy Achintya has been taken away by authorities in Oxford from his parents.

Authorities claim that his parents have been abusive and uncaring. Meanwhile, the parents claim that the authorities are unable to understand the Indian culture. The boy was taken away a month back to foster care and has still not been sent back to his parents.

April 6, 2013

by Lindsey G.

While it is true that organic milk doesn't contain pesticides, antibiotics or growth hormones, there are some dirty little secrets about some organic milk brands that you probably don't know.

Going organic for most is a really good baby step and I commend those who have made it this far in their real food journey. However, as you fall down the proverbial real food rabbit hole here is some further information to understand just how much marketing impacts our views about where our food comes from and how it is processed. Perception is not reality.

April 3, 2013

by Dave Hodges

Many believe that America is plunging head first into a civil war with the forces of the New World Order which have hijacked our government. Trust me, nobody reading these words wants live through the times that the globalists have planned for us.

Part one of this series detailed how the economy is collapsing due the failure of the Petrodollar. The resulting instability will provide the pretext to institute a series of false flag attacks which will provide the federal government with a preemptive opportunity to impose one of the most draconian forms of martial law that the world has ever seen. There is a chance that the American people will shed their shackles and finally rise up and that is exactly what the globalists desire. If the globalists can draw us into a civil war and crush the opposition, they can end all pretenses and their full blown tyranny will be fully exposed for all to see and experience firsthand. How close is America to falling into a civil war?

March 29, 2013

by Nicole Perlroth

Foreign hackers have been attacking DHS's computer systems. They have also been busy trying to siphon the nation's wealth and steal valuable trade secrets. And they have begun probing the nation's infrastructure - the power grid, and ...

So she needs her own hackers - 600, the agency estimates. But potential recruits with the right skills have too often been heading for business, and those who do choose government work often go to the National Security Agency, where they work on offensive digital strategies. At Homeland Security, the emphasis is on keeping hackers out, or playing defense.

March 27, 2013

by Mike Adams

The USDA "census of agriculture" is a government-run farm surveillance program designed to register and inventory detailed private data on farm assets, operations and personnel.

A census form is mailed to each farmer in the United States, accompanied by threats of compliance and a warning that farmers who do not comply will be visited in person by government agents.

March 27, 2013

The city administration will cooperate with a number of institutions to set up child protection task forces (Satgas PA) in neighborhood and community units to curb the rising number of child abuse cases.

Komnas Anak chairman Arist Merdeka Sirait said that the Jakarta administration was the first province to respond to the call to set up a child protection system in subdistricts. He said he had spoken with Governor Joko "Jokowi" Widodo about the children protection system pilot project.

March 26, 2013

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