Tutt Case – Call to Action

The Tutt case continues, so we are issuing this update and a call to action. While some of the Tutts’ children have been returned to their home, they have been traumatized by their removal. Some of them were told while in CPS custody that they could not refer to their adopted parents as “mom and … [Read more...]

A Call for Rangers

Tim Lambert

As THSC continues to work for the return of all of the Tutt children and for the Tutts’ right to home school those children, thousands of home schoolers have responded to this tragedy by asking, “What can we do?” Some have even suggested that this case sounds eerily similar to some of the recent … [Read more...]

Tutt Case – Partial Victory

The Tutt family case continues after a hearing in Dallas Judge Tena Callahan’s court on January 7. The hearing went from 2 p.m. until 10:45 p.m., with a 10- and a 15-minute break. Let me begin this update with some corrections and point out that the Tutts and their attorney cannot speak with THSC … [Read more...]

Judge Removes Children – Update

Last week I reported on the Tutts, a home schooling family who had their children removed by a Dallas County judge in what we believe was an illegal order. While the court date in front of a new judge is scheduled for January 7, and we are praying that the new judge will be reasonable and that the … [Read more...]

Judge Removes Children Illegally

On November 21 seven children from a home school family in Duncanville were forcibly removed from their home, in spite of no evidence of abuse or neglect, by order of Judge Graciela Olvera of the 256th District Court of Dallas County. Judge Olvera issued a removal order at an ex-parte hearing in … [Read more...]

Parental Rights and Medical Decisions

Tim Lambert

An Amish family in Ohio who disagrees with a doctor and hospital about the treatment of their daughter, who has cancer, has been sued by the hospital. The hospital is asking the courts to have “limited guardianship of the girl given to an attorney who’s also a registered nurse” in order to force the … [Read more...]

Ethics & Parental Rights

Tim Lambert

I read a recent posting by Michael Quinn Sullivan regarding ethics complaints in the last election cycle. These complaints were filed against him and his organization by two moderate legislators who were apparently trying to silence his organization in their efforts to alert the public about the … [Read more...]

Parental Rights Still Under Attack

Tim Lambert

Last week THSC sponsored its annual Southwest Convention & Family Conference in The Woodlands, Texas, near Houston. As always, it was a marvelous time of inspiration, encouragement, and equipping of home school parents, children, and teens for the coming year. We had a record crowd of almost … [Read more...]