On Thursday, March 7 at 7:00 p.m., Victoria A. Jakelsky, New Jersey state coordinator for parentalrights.org, and Israel Teitelbaum will discuss the growing trend to remove parents from the decision-making process when it comes to the care and upbringing of their own children. The presentation will take place at the Peterpank Diner or Route 9 North, in Sayreville, NJ.
From cities giving out morning-after birth control pills without parental consent to “treaties” stripping away the rights of parents of special needs children and turning the decision-making process over to the United Nations, parents have been under assault from a variety of agencies that feel that government, not parents, should have the final say in raising a child.
Ms. Jakelsky and Mr. Teitelbaum, representing parentalrights.org, an organization seeking to “protect children by empowering parents” will also address the quiet adoption of the national Common Core Standards in New Jersey and across the nation, resulting in parents suddenly learning that they have lost any and all local control concerning the education of their children. The impact of the Common Core on private and homeschoolers will also be addressed.
Parents, grandparents and anyone concerned about the attack on parental rights, school choice or governmental intervention into personal areas that were considered sacred until recently, are urged to attend this free two-hour presentation, hosted by the Middlesex County Tea Party.
Those in attendance will also learn about parentalrights.org and its legislative efforts on both a state and national level to help protect children and parents. Additional educational and activist programs will also be made available to those in attendance.
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