Texas Ed: Comments on Education from Texas

August 12, 2006

Not again!

Filed under: common sense, cultural values, education reporting, Homeschooling — texased @ 7:40 am

WorldNetDaily: Constitution threatened by homeschool case:

That’s because if the basis for the legal arguments being made by Belgian prosecutors ever would be accepted in – or imposed upon — the United States, that fact would make the U.N. protocol equal to the Constitution.

Ah, lets see, we invaded Iraq with out UN approval and we’re worried about people in blue helmets coming in and telling us we can’t homeschool.

WorldNetDaily: Constitution threatened by homeschool case:

What terrifies U.S. homeschool education experts is the authorities’ decision to cite the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child as a legal argument.

That 1990s-era document was ratified quickly by 192 nations worldwide, but not the United States or Somalia. In Somalia, there was then no recognized government to do the formal recognition, and in the United States there’s been opposition to its power.

“(The treaty) would become the supreme law of the land,” Chris Klicka, the senior counsel for the Home School Legal Defense Association, told WND. In conflicts with the Constitution, the treaty easily could prevail, he said.

Another example of stellar reporting. Could you please give me some other examples where an activist judge (the majority of all judges on the bench are republican appointees btw) has overturned the Constitution in favor of a UN document?


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