The Fundamental Case for Parental Rights

I make the point every day — Republicans and conservatives had better get serious about fighting the information war — or the country will be lost to those who wish to “fundamentally transform” it. In other words, destroy liberty and prosperity.

I also make the point regularly about how much terrific information our side produces on every single issue that argues the case for the policies we promote. Here are three articles by Melissa Moschella which serve as an example of that — the topic here is parental rights. “Parental rights? What’s that?” Exactly.

The Fundamental Case for Parental Rights
Parents have a fundamental right to raise and educate their children as they see fit. Their authority precedes that of the state.

To Whom Do Children Belong? How Same-Sex Marriage Threatens Parental Rights
Same-sex marriage further encourages the state to encroach on the domain of that indispensable pre-political community, the family. The first in a two-part series.

To Whom Do Children Belong? A Defense of Parental Authority
Parents have unique authority over their children because they bear non-transferable obligations toward their children. The state must respect the right of parents to fulfill their duties toward their children. The second in a two-part series.

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