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FOSTER CARE FACT FOR THE DAY: The federal government paid  incentives of$31, 751,494, plus an additional $20 million per state in bonuses, if they exceeded last year’s foster care numbers. State foster care gets $25,782, per child, per year, plus local matching funds.

Source: National Council for Adoption

What is CAPTA?

The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) 2010

The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) is one of the key pieces of legislation that guides child protection. CAPTA, in its original inception, was signed into law on January 31, 1974. It has been amended several times and its last amendment was in December of 2010.  This act was to oversee wrong doings by Child Protective Services but also to liaison with the agency as an extra “pair of hands, set of eyes” in the field of protecting children. They set up citizen review panels in every state to oversee CPS to verify if the cases were valid. But like the ombudsman program, the citizen review panel has been corrupted because its powered by the Child Protective Services budget.

Here is a link to read CAPTA 2010 in full:


Title IV-E Funding- States Get a Bonsus for Adopting Out Children- No Wonder They Are Snatching Them

Title IV-E Funding- States Get a Bonus for Adopting Out Children- No Wonder They Are Snatching Them.

State Sovereignty – this is the answer!

Have you been following the news about the state sovereignty movement? I have, and I’m thrilled to see that state legislators are waking up to the fact that many of the federal government’s laws were created in violation of the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution.

Federal child welfare laws have ruined our country and our families. These laws should never have been passed because the Tenth Amendment states that the federal government had no right to pass them!

The Tenth Amendment states:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

States agreed to follow the federal child welfare laws because they wanted federal funding, so state legislators passed laws based on the mandates of the federal child welfare laws. But now state legislators are waking up to the fact that those federal laws were unconstitutional.

More than half the states have or are considering laws proclaiming their sovereignty. These laws contain words like, “WHEREAS, many federal mandates are directly in violation of the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States,” and “this measure shall serve as notice and demand to the federal government, as our agent, to cease and desist, effective immediately, mandates that are beyond the scope of its constitutionally delegated powers.”

There are no states that are doing this out of concern for child welfare laws, but the laws that govern CPS started with unconstitutional federal mandates and they are included in the many laws that states need to separate themselves from because they were unconstitutional in the beginning, and still are.

We who want to see child welfare change into a saner, more compassionate endeavor must work to let our state legislators know that (1) we support state sovereignty, and (2) we want changes to those state laws that were created to comply with federal child welfare requirements.

To help each of you approach your state legislators on this topic, I’ve created a very short e-book which you can download and print out to take to your state legislators. Let them know you want state sovereignty, and that you want your state to repeal laws based on the unconstitutional federal child welfare laws.

The e-book: The State Sovereignty Movement and Child Welfare

It is up to each of you to make sure this important information reaches your state legislature. Believe me, right now most of them are not thinking of the way state sovereignty will affect child welfare so it is up to YOU to make sure they become aware of how unconstitutional federal laws have destroyed and harmed families like yours.

My suggestions: Write a one-page (short) cover letter about your situation, and send it to your state legislator along with this e-book. Better yet, take it to your state legislator’s office in person. If you live close to your state capitol, print a collection of these e-books and put them in the mail in-box for every legislator in your state!

Kentucky Review Title IV -E Foster care Eligibility Report of Findings for October 1, 2012 – March 31 , 2013

Below is the link to the Kentucky review of Title IV Foster care report for 2013.


Petition Kentucky Legislature

Contact your state senator or state representative.

Families are being abused by Kentucky CPS and Family Courts .This is a major issue that needs to be addressed. Families  have had their civil rights violated through family court proceedings and due process and constitutional rights are violated and manipulated by family court judges, county attorneys, and Commissioners of /social services departments, as well as CPS workers, and court appointed attorneys that are not working for the clients. Kentucky CPS workers  falsify documents and  lie under oath in court to avoid reprimand from supervisors. Kentuckians demand a full investigation of the Kentucky  Cabinet for Health and Family Services, specifically the division of Protection and Permanency. Laws have been  created and passed for Kentucky family court that give parens patriae( unlimited power) not provided by the Constitution. The pendulum has swung to create a monopoly strategy of funding extracted from dwindling Federal  Social Service funding (Title IV.)  Those grants  have been set up to help families in need, not to devastate families across the bluegrass. Children’s lives are at stake while in the care of foster care. Foster care children are  victims of rape, sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect, and mental abuse. Statistics show our children are being killed while in foster care placement- away from family.  DCBS  are not following guidelines of  placing children with relatives, but are screening them out using different criteria with foster families, or falsifying documents to entrap parents by removing the children without due process. DCBS receives money for out of home placements costing Kentucky taxpayers millions annually.  The pockets of tyranny are going unchecked and without recourse. Congress, state and  local family courts are not responsive to Kentucky citizens. Kentuckians have been turned away from civil courts, and from family courts’ higher court of appeals, only to remain battered and bruised by the autocracy of local government- funded courts as the county attorneys, case workers, and commissioners mock the outraged parents and children they were sworn to help.. Kentuckians are declaring a public health crisis. We have had our civil rights violated and demand change.  In addition,  Kentuckians find  Parens Patriae to be more than a doctrine, but a specialized position created by the government for the government that violates Article 1 Sec 9, 10: No title of nobility or honors shall be granted by the United States. The title extends to the family courts and  CHFS/DCBS violating Amendment 14 depriving persons of life, liberty and property without due process. The position applies as a collective.  The People are ordering an investigation of the Cabinet of Health and Family Services and  family courts t in Kentucky. We ask that all family court files,case files, court tapes, and videos be put into the investigation, as well as there be a  lock down on all CPS and family courts so that no tampering of documents can be done by such agencies. Family court documents will show that they are mishandled and manipulated by these agencies to insure incriminating charges are inevitable and due process is not being carried out, and civil rights are violated We demand change.. We demand a voice. You are our voice! Please keep our position in mind when voting in the upcoming General Assembly meeting in January.

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