Thursday, May 29, 2008

"CPS Exceeds Authority"

So what else is new? They do that every time they go out on a "case." But their excessive acts do not usually involve hundreds of children who are "taken" because they "might" have been abused in the past or "might" be abused in the future. Yes, I'm sure there were a number of children who were forced into "marrying" older men, thinking it was "how the world worked." They didn't think they were "forced" because they were taught from birth this was the "right way" to go and they didn't know any different. But that is not an excuse for "child protectors" to just walk in and "take" hundreds of children, even if they don't believe in their religious concepts of "marriage." Each case should be considered on its own merits BEFORE any children are taken from their parents. I'm sure this case is not over, but it should be much better done without hundreds of children being taken as a "first option" as CPS (or whatever they're called there) generally does. (Houston Chronicle)

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

B-B-But That's The Way They Operate!

And they get away with it all the time because mostly the courts in which they operate are their own "captive courts" where "evidence" can be nothing more than a worker's opinion. Where they screwed up this time is trying to do it in front of the world and NATIONAL media. They couldn't keep operating as judge, jury, and executioner themselves, and the judge who "caught the case" realized that. There may have been many underage "mothers" or mothers who were underage when they were forced into marriage with much older men. But unfortunately, the proof just wasn't easily obtainable and the "child protectors" just aren't used to operating under such restrictions). So these underage mothers or FORMER underage mothers will be reunited with their husbands and many co-wives, and things will "go back to (their kind of) normal." This isn't about multiple wives, which IS illegal everywhere in this country. It's about forcing CHILDREN to be screwed by old men and become the mothers of their many children. They need to keep on investigating this situation without involving the "child protectors," who routinely exceed their authority and, unless it's in THEIR courts, can screw it up royally. (Café Hayek)

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

The "Power of God"

"The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services erroneously labeled 3,051 innocent people as child abusers by placing them on the state's official list." And the law requires that once you get on the list, innocent or guilty, you have to remain there for five years. That this can ruin your life doesn't seem to matter. 'They're not all bad, there are good ones,' Nick Brunstein reportedly said of state child abuse investigators, 'but the bad ones have the power of God, and with the stroke of a pen they can ruin your life.' " And they do it routinely in ALL states. These people have WAY too much power. They need to be "reined in." (World Net Daily)

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Typical "Child Protector Trainwreck"

"If the head of the Florida Department of Children and Families doesn't get mentally ill inmates out of the Pinellas County Jail soon, she might join them behind bars. A Pinellas judge Tuesday charged DCF Secretary Lucy Hadi with seven counts of indirect criminal contempt for failing to get the inmates out of the jail. The maximum penalty for each of those counts is five months and 29 days in jail." This is a typical "trainwreck" with the child protectors. Judges created the problem by increasing the number of mentally ill people in jail by 100%, then got "irate" because the child protectors couldn't "magically" come up with the money to obey the court order. But they did. They magically "found" $5 million dollars "under seat cushions on the couch." Whether this is enough to solve the problem, nobody knows. But if it isn't they're going to have to "find" more, or the director of the agency is going to jail. Notice all this does NOTHING to "help" children. Janet Reno would be pleased. (St. Petersburg Times)

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Removing Consequences and Making Hoodlums

I've long said that when you remove the consequences for an act, people are going to DO that act and expect to get away with it. The biggest example of this is the "know-nothing do-gooder" who knows nothing about what is going on, but who sticks her/his nose in it anyway. Nothing is a better example than the situation below: "The liberals have been taking away our rights and liberties for years, and this is just another example of this invasion of our privacy. ‘The woman that started this whole thing took offense to a child being spanked for acting bad. She had no idea what was really going on, but she made it her business to butt in.' And I will tell you where this whole idea of crap is going to end up. We are going to have, in the future, a generation of hoodlums who have grown up without any idea of what is right and what is wrong. [That's in bold because it's the most important thing in this post. -RT] To them there will be no consequences for their actions, and there will be no stimulus for them to do the right things. The only input that these children will have, is negative input because when they are good, nothing will be said. When they are bad, they will be called victims by the authorities and they will be coddled by the government and taken away from good parents." This is liberalism at work. (Tired of Liberal Rhetoric)

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Easier Release of Child Death Info

In Memphis, they're trying to make it easier to get the release of information about children who die of child abuse. But you'll notice nothing is said about children who die while IN the "child protection system." The information about those deaths, beatings, and rapes will continue to be hidden behind their "confidentiality" policies to "protect the children," dont'cha know? I think those "confidentiality laws" should be altered to allow the release of information about abuse suffered "in the system," so the "child protectors" cannot hide behind "confidentiality." (Memphis Daily News)