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The Family As The Basic Unit of Society

The Family As The Basic Unit of Society In a document entitled THE FAMILY: A PROCLAMATION TO THE WORLD, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints declared: . . . we warn that the disintegration of the family will bring upon individuals, communities, and nations the calamities foretold by ancient and modern prophets. WE […]

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The Proper Role of Government

Because citizens have a God-given, inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, they also have a right to protect those rights. In order for citizens to prosper, they cannot spend their time constantly guarding family, fields, and property against thieves and robbers, so they join together with their neighbors and hire a […]

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Thinking of Calling DCFS?

That lady down the street is not dressing her children warmly enough.  The two-year-old next door escaped from the house again.  The family across the way has such a messy house.  If these people don’t straighten up, you’re going to report them to DCFS.  You can then put a check mark on your To Do […]

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Going to the Doctor or Hospital?

Doctors need to realize that their patients are beginning to fear and avoid them.  That is not good for business and may put people in danger. Present law requires a doctor to report to DCFS any injury that “could have” happened by abuse, and any case in which he feels you are not giving your […]

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A Social Worker at Your Door?

Never let a case worker into your home unless he or she has a warrant signed by a judge! Go out of the house to talk with them and the close the door behind you. Leave your children in the house, preferably behind a second closed door where they will not be seen through windows. […]

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After the Abduction

After the Abduction For the child, there is only terror, unless he was in such danger that his life was threatened, and that is extremely rare. Case workers take children away from their homes on the flimsiest of excuses. Imagine being a child in a perfectly normal, happy family. You don’t know that a relative […]

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