Friday, March 28, 2008

Decision to Ban Homeschoolers is Vacated!

I have just learned from the Family Research Center that the 2nd District Court of Appeals has vacated the decision by the California Supremes to ban anyone and everyone who does not a California quality teachers certificate and/or belongs to one of the many unions we have out here, then your career as a teacher to your children was over! Good for you, 2nd Court of Appeals. However the fight is not yet over.

I have to wait an hour to reach the office, but the link they've provided is incorrect. Hey, things happen. It's just very good to know that the whole world hasn't gone looney!

The Court is still going to have another hearing about this issue, so please put on your prayer slippers. AND USE THEM! ;)

We must fight back for the sake of our children, our families, our communities, our states, and our sovereignty! Since when does the government own our children??? THEY MOST CERTAINLY DO NOT. They want to claim nutrality when it comes to religion? Okay, then explain to me why it's okay to have muslims praying in school, but Christian children are not even afforded the benefit of a moment of silence? Hmm?

Here is the link to the Family Research Center: FRC. Have a great day. I will try to get that link for us. ;)

Update: Here is the link to this news article.

Court of Appeal Grants Petition for Re-hearing.

On March 25, the California Court of Appeal granted a motion for rehearing in the In re Rachel L. case—the controversial decision which purported to ban all homeschooling in that state unless the parents held a teaching license qualifying them to teach in public schools.

The automatic effect of granting this motion is that the prior opinion is vacated and is no longer binding on any one, including the parties in the case.

The Court of Appeal has solicited a number of public school establishment organizations to submit amicus briefs including the California Superintendent of Public Instruction, California Department of Education, the Los Angeles Unified School District, and three California teacher unions. The court also granted permission to Sunland Christian School to file an amicus brief. The order also indicates that it will consider amicus applications from other groups.

Home School Legal Defense Association will seek permission to file such an amicus brief and will coordinate efforts with a number of organizations interesting in filing briefs to support the right of parents to homeschool their children in California.

Court of Appeal Grants Petition for Re-hearing.

On March 25, the California Court of Appeal granted a motion for rehearing in the In re Rachel L. case—the controversial decision which purported to ban all homeschooling in that state unless the parents held a teaching license qualifying them to teach in public schools.

The automatic effect of granting this motion is that the prior opinion is vacated and is no longer binding on any one, including the parties in the case.

The Court of Appeal has solicited a number of public school establishment organizations to submit amicus briefs including the California Superintendent of Public Instruction, California Department of Education, the Los Angeles Unified School District, and three California teacher unions. The court also granted permission to Sunland Christian School to file an amicus brief. The order also indicates that it will consider amicus applications from other groups.

Home School Legal Defense Association will seek permission to file such an amicus brief and will coordinate efforts with a number of organizations interesting in filing briefs to support the right of parents to homeschool their children in California.

There is also a Hat Tip to Michelle Malkin: Court to reconsider California home school ruling. She is always right on the cutting edge. I'd watch out if I were you! This is very good news indeed. ;)

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Linkfest Haven, the Blogger's Oasis

Today I am having an open post trackback, and you are welcome to trackback or ping an article you wish to share with others. I like to use Linkfest for this, because there are many people with good posts already up over there. It is also a good way to share your articles. Give it a go, eh? The only rule I have is that there shall be no porn. Thanks, and have a great day.

Posts I've trackbacked to at Samantha Burns' OTA: S. The Crazy Rantings of Samantha Burns: OTA Weekend and Petition, Pirate's Cove (M, F): Ye Olde Goracle Bloviates On Skeptics, F. The World According to Carl: A Hillary Lie Illustrated, F, Woman Honor Thyself: Young Pass-ionate Love…or Mature Love…, Su. The Amboy Times: Blogger says I should be shot, Wknd, Stuck on Stupid: Hillary The Deadbeat.

F. Stix Blog, Wknd. Leaning Straight Up, Wknd. 123beta (F, Wknd), Su. Grandinite, Wknd. Blue Star Chronicles, S. LyfLines, Su. Onemanbandwidth, Su. Free Constitution, Su. Conservative Culture (Su, T), S. Church and State, Su. Stageleft, Su. walls of the city, Wknd. The Uncooperative Blogger, Wknd. The Bullwinkle Blog, S. Point Five, S. 7 Deadly Sins, S. Selective Amnesia, S. Case Notes from the Artsy Asylum, Su. InMuscatine, Su. Miceland, Su. Peakah's Provocations, Su. Otimaster (Spanish).

These sites haven't written for months or I could not connect to them: S. Steeljaw Scribe, Su. The Blazer Blog, Su. Where are my socks?, Su. The Dissentators (Su, M).

Posts I've trackbacked to at Linkfest and other posts: Conservative Cat: In Which I Set the Record Straight, Planck's Constant: A Muslim Reaction to Fitna - Threats, Shadowscope: Green Thumb Sunday, D=S: SENATOR GORDON SMITH NEEDS OUR HELP! Digg! Digg!

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