First Things Magazine – June/July 2005
A Label that Sticks
By Father Paul Scalia
Already, she said, “we see younger and younger children, middle school and high school kids that are in athletics and are playing who are transgender.”
The New York Times – November 2, 2010
Transgender Man Is on Women’s Team
By Katie Thomas
ChristianGovernance e-letter – October 11, 2010
Kids’ TV filth corrupting young minds
Parents, I hope you aren’t using the TV as a babysitter. I hope you aren’t defaulting to the regulators to determine what’s suitable viewing for your children.
Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies – October 5, 2010
Public Education Is Key To Protecting Children
Home School Legal Defense Association – August 25, 2010
Critical Victory over Child Abuse Reporting Legislation
Note: This article appears courtesy of Family Protection Ministries.
AB 2380, as originally written, contained a new provision that would have dangerously added “hearsay” to current child abuse reporting laws as a basis for reporting allegations of child abuse. This provision would have caused a large increase in your chances of being falsely accused of child abuse.
We have posted a new ChristianGovernance video commentary here. It is another commentary on the abusive nature of government schools.
A Globe and Mail report on American research shows what all loving parents who have not become slaves to “experts” already knew, which is that there are hundreds of thousands of misdiagnoses of ADHD every year. They observe that the youngest children are most likely to be misdiagnosed. This is a terrifying prospect in a province that has just introduced all-day kindergarten. It is naive in the extreme to think that your children are safe in government schools.
The Globe and Mail – Aug. 17, 2010
ADHD: Parents of kids born later in year face tough decision Research suggests immaturity is confused with disorder – and many children could be misdiagnosed
By Tralee Pearce
The youngest children in a kindergarten class are much more likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder than their oldest peers, according to two U.S. research studies. The discrepancy would account for about a million misdiagnoses in the United States.
National Post – June 21, 2010
Man jailed by courts after courts bankrupt him
By Matt Gurney
CBC News – June 22, 2010
Divorced B.C. father kept from seeing child