Our Grand Children are victims of;

"Protect the "system" at all costs. The "system" is the only ultimate sacred cow - not any particular law or constitution, but only "the system." Because, ultimately, it is the system which makes certain that the individuals functioning within it - from judges to lawyers, to prosecutors, to politicians, to businessmen - have their places and positions, and opportunities and pecking order, and future."

In 1696, England first used the legal principle of parens patriae, which gave the royal crown care of "charities, infants, idiots, and lunatics returned to the chancery." This principal of parens patriae has been identified as the statutory basis for U.S. governmental intervention in families' child rearing practices.

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
Preamble of the original "organic" Constitution

"We hold these truths to be self-evident. That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness."
Excerpted from the Declaration of Independence of the original thirteen united states of America, July 4, 1776

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Abuse of Alaska Children...

From article dated December 15, 2015, Alaska Dispatch News.

Abuse of Alaska children even worse than grim stats suggest, study says

 "... a new study released Tuesday by the Institute of Social and Economic Research at the University of Alaska Anchorage contends the state's rate of child maltreatment doesn’t even reflect the true extent of the problem here. And the state’s youngest children are the most vulnerable, according to the 24-page study by ISER researcher Jessica Passini and assistant public policy professor Diwakar Vadapalli. ..."

>Pausing there for just a moment. If this article were about the IRS, [it is not] it would be like the IRS investigating itself. Diwakar Vadapalli holds the chair for the Alaska Citizens Review Panel. "...
Citizens Review Panels (CRP) are groups of citizen-volunteers who are federally mandated to conduct an evaluation of their state's child protective services agency. ..." 

Here are your current citizen volunteers of the CRP in Alaska;

Diwakar Vadapalli, Chair, Anchorage
   Assistant Professor of Public Policy. Research: Community and Social Development, Rural Development, Social Capital, Cash Transfers

Dana Hallett, Vice-Chair, Haines
Margaret McWilliams, Douglas
Bettyann Steciw, Anchor Point
Jen Burkmire, Wasilla
Donna Aguiniga, Anchorage
Rebecca Vale, Anchorage

You will find that these people make their income from children in one form or another. You will find no truck drivers, waitresses, plain old housewives or husbands or any other normal people.<

The article reads; "... The ISER study, funded by the University of Alaska Foundation, Alaska Children’s Trust and First National Bank Alaska, looked at repeat maltreatment among Alaska children between 2005 and 2013 using case-level data from the federally sponsored National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System. The researchers examined how the maltreatment rate differs for substantiated abuse versus all investigated reports. They also looked at the “workload burden” on OCS staff performing intake and investigation. ..."
"... The study did not explore whether the maltreatment occurred among children in state custody or the role that substance abuse or mental illness played.
It recommends exploring high turnover of case workers at OCS and high rates of repeat maltreatment, saying “it will be instructive to know if frequent changes in social workers serving a child or family leads to repeated investigations among children in care.”
Researcher Vadapalli contends more than one agency is needed to prevent maltreatment.
“We need a community-wide effort … so once you know that one kid was maltreated, it should attract more attention to make sure they don’t go through that again.” ..."

As stated at the top of this page "The Adoption and Safe Families Act, 1997, offers cash “bonuses” to the states for every child they adopt out of foster care. Government funding is not given to Fairbanks Office of Children's Services if the case worker tries to "help" the family... money is only given if the case worker removes the child from the home."
If the "numbers" don't climb yearly, they lose the free money [bonuses]. They will do whatever they have to to make sure they do. I, for one, could care less about the "boo-hoos" of high turnover of case workers. Maybe case workers leave when they finally rub two brain cells together and realize kidnapping children for profit is not moral and is indeed not ethical. After our grandchildren were kidnapped, Justin [the case worker who was responsible in the end], had a kid of his own and quit. Now he sells real estate. Watch who you buy your property from. Leopards don't change their spots.

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Sunday, December 6, 2015

When Trump is elected

When Trump is elected, here is my question for him;

"Mr. President..."

 "It started with Mondale. Then The Adoption and Safe Families Act, 1997, was put into place by Bill Clinton. It offers cash “bonuses” to the states for every child they adopt out of foster care. Government funding is not given if the case worker tries to "help" the family... money is only given if the case worker removes the child from the home, is put into a foster home and adopted out. What could you do when you are President about this tragedy that has and is affecting millions of children and the destruction of families across our nation? This bonus money comes from our Social Security. Child Protective services, in my opinion, does nothing more than pad their own pockets while destroying families. And, if anyone thinks I am not PC... I don't care."

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Saturday, August 8, 2015

Title IV Funding The Root Cause of Problems in the Child Abuse Industry

 Published on Mar 2, 2015

"...  I was just at the Tennessee State Capital with our group and we were speaking about the Foster Care system and what many people don't realize is how easy it is for a child to be placed into foster care. Sadly, it comes down to numbers and what is truly best for a child falls second to those numbers. I don't know why but the image of a child who has been taken from home with belongings in garbage bag, whether the child was removed needlessly or justifiably, is heartbreaking. After all, the entire thing is heartbreaking but that plastic garbage bag just screams "you don't matter". But people also need to know that because of the secrecy involved with removal of children the general public is unaware of high rate of wrongful removal of children from good, loving, non-abusive homes is reported in some reports as high as 17 out of 18 removals being from non-offending, non-abusive, loving homes. Let that number sink in, 17 out of 18. In my home state, approximately 22 children are removed daily and placed into foster care. And those are just the foster care numbers. Data from the Casey Foundation clearly demonstrates that there is quota being maintained to maintain the Federal Title IV E-F funding received by states for placement of children into foster care. These federal programs are a use it or lose funding, meaning if the state doesn't have the appropriate number of foster children and label the children appropriately, well, they lose the funding. The trauma for removal of a child is known and well founded in the healthcare industry. The statistics on dozens of studies demonstrate that children are far more likely to suffer abuse, neglect, sexual abuse and death - up to 12 times more likely. What is the definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and over (Albert Einstein). If these research projects are correct then we are creating a generation of very emotionally damaged children that will have everlasting effects into adulthood and a big impact on society. Basically, a very flawed system has evolved from a Federal program that was intended to help but because of how it was written has actually promoted systemic failure whereby Child Protective Service Agencies are putting funding statistics over the needs and well being of children and families. It further decays the process for truly needy and abused children to get the help they desperately need. The future impact on this nation will be devastating as these numbers are maintained by states each year. You may not be affected directly today but the future? The future of your children? Your grandchildren? Direct or indirect through a dating choice made by a child or grandchild. The parents who win against the system spend in the tens of thousands of dollars on brief cases and in many cases over one hundred thousand dollars. If you earn more than poverty level in your area then you won't be able to get the mostly ineffective court appointed representation, if you are fortunate to have a few thousands dollars extra per month to pay a private attorney and you are smart enough to choose the right one then you might survive an allegation from Child Protective Services, but if you are like the average American and earning enough to live but not having a lot extra at the end of the month then you better hope Child Protective Services never gets an anonymous call about your parenting because you might just find your child on the receiving end of services from all the Child Abuse Industry businesses (like for profit Foster Care and Adoption Agencies). Family placement? Not usually because the Federal Funding is meant for foster placement. Food for thought. Just the same, the children in foster care now that were simply part of the state's net to maintain their foster placement quota deserve as much love and advantage as they can get. The black garbage, forever a symbol of what was taken from them and that simply breaks my heart. ..."

Source: https://youtu.be/mgLo7AtKPAM 

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Report Exposes Why Corrupt CPS Agencies Seldom Place Foster Children with Family Members

From:  http://medicalkidnap.com/2015/05/06/report-exposes-why-corrupt-cps-agencies-seldom-place-foster-children-with-family-members/

"We are very pleased to see local media investigate the corrupt practices of child service agencies kidnapping children. While we disagree with the News Anchor at N.C. Fox 8 who started this report by stating that removal of children by the State is “almost always” in the best interest of the child (we have been covering this issue probably longer and have looked into probably more cases than they have, and we have found that it is almost NEVER in the best interest of the child to remove them from the home), we do applaud their investigation into why children removed from supposed “abusive homes” are almost never placed with family members, but instead go into the foster care system to strangers."

"Fox 8 points out in their investigation that North Carolina rejects funding that would put children permanently with relatives instead of in foster homes. Grandparents who are able and willing to care for their grandchildren, for example, are routinely rejected by the State."


"Melissa Painter of Fox 8 points out that in North Carolina more than 10,000 children are in foster care under the care of the State. This brings in more than $198 million of funding to take care of these children.
Federal laws actually require states to give preference to placing children with relatives. There is even federal funding available to place the children with relatives in “permanent legal guardianships.” But North Carolina (and many other states) do not follow this practice, because children put up for adoption bring in more federal funding. Instead of giving federal funds that can be designated for relatives in guardianships, they keep the funds for themselves to administer the foster care and adoption system."

"In short, a child put into the foster care system on the path to adoption, brings in more money to the State and employs more people to “administer” these children. They are simply unwilling to give these funds to relatives to take care of the children, because their job security is at stake."

"Child welfare experts say subsidized guardianships save taxpayers money in the long run, because they cut the enormous ADMINISTRATIVE costs of managing an open foster care case. (emphasis added.)"

Watch the Fox 8 report for yourself:

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Sunday, February 8, 2015

The Stealing of American Children


SENATOR PAMELA ROUCHE, State Representative, WA.,

BOB APPLE, Former City Councilman, Spokan WA.,

DEANN SALCIDO, Honorable Legal Services,

GARY TREBLE, Attorney, WA.
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Saturday, February 7, 2015

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Child Abuse, Family Rights, and the Child Protective System: A Critical Analysis from Law, Ethics, and Catholic Social Teaching

Published on Aug 17, 2014
by Stephen M. Krason: Why should the average American Catholic care about the subject of this book? The collection of six papers presented at a recent conference held at The Catholic University apply Catholic social teachings and related ethical and legal principles, all in the name of protecting families and children from the Child Protective System, an overzealous government agency. 
Must-see interview for anyone concerned with possible violation of rights against parents.


Child Abuse, Family Rights, and the Child Protective System: A Critical Analysis from Law, Ethics, and Catholic Social Teaching

"The child protective system (CPS), shaped by federal law forty years ago and run on the state and county levels in the United States, offered in utopian fashion the hope of preventing all possible child abuse or neglect. In response, legislators enacted a spate of vague laws that poorly defined such categories as “abuse” and “neglect,” and granted the CPS sweeping powers to intrude into families, often on the basis of nothing more than anonymous complaints about standard childrearing practices. This arrangement, which followed from the questionable assertion of the existence of a crisis of child abuse and neglect, became the basis in theory for the universal monitoring of American families that has resulted in the sharp curtailing of parental rights and responsibilities. With overreaching by local and state governments into family affairs, the current CPS has not only damaged untold numbers of families but also undercut the legitimacy of parental authority through the continuous threat to parents of child removal.

In Child Abuse, Family Rights, and the Child Protective System: A Critical Analysis from Law, Ethics, and Catholic Social Teaching, Stephen M. Krason gathers essays by leading scholars and practitioners to comment through the prism of Catholic social thought, on the plight afflicting American families and the role of the child protective system. Here readers will find critical essays on the deleterious effect of the1974 passage of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act; assessments of current American policies on child abuse and neglect and the role of the CPS within the context of prevailing international human rights principles and Catholic social teaching; a survey of the enforcement of CPS policies from a legal and constitutional perspective; research data disputing the CPS principle that all parents are potential abusers and illustrating the greater prevalence of abuse and neglect in broken, “blended,” and “untraditional” families; and arguments for poverty and unemployment as the prime culprits in the mistreatment of children. Also included are the amicus curiae briefs that the Society of Catholic Social Scientists submitted in two U.S. Supreme Court cases on parental rights, the CPS, and state control over the family. Child Abuse, Family Rights, and the Child Protective System should appeal to a variety of professionals as well as scholars, from family court attorneys, social workers, family counselors, and clergy to researchers in the fields of social work, law, family studies, American politics, sociology, human services, counseling and psychology, and education, as well as public officials...."

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