Foster Parents; All Parents
CPS secrecy? 2 / 4
Recently we informed of an article appearing in the Orange County Register newspaper on secrecy! It is our job to keep our finger on the pulse of the foster care system and relevant news items affecting the corrupt system that we as foster parents must function within, problems like secrecy. Suggested reading; Misuse of office, The Importance of Trust.
In part 1 we were quoting a very interesting article written by Steven Greenhut of the Orange County Register in which he said;
“Seventeen states have presumptively open dependency court hearings, and the results are good. One judge from Minnesota attended a recent hearing in Sacramento and testified about the value of an open system”.
- In part one we quoted our faviorite reporters, those who are not afraid to tackle tough controverial subjects. One of these articles is what sparked your Examiniers interest in one particualar subject; CPS secrecy. We encourage you to read this informative article. Here is the link
Others brave enough to tackle this massive money making enterprise are; Gregory Hession JD. / Troy Anderson /
Then we discover that Nev Moore said “Adoption Bonuses; the money behind the Madness….DSS and affiliates rewareded for breaking up families”, then she said “Child Protection is one of the bigges businesses in the country. We spend $12 billion a year on it”.
One must ask the question; why is there so much secrecy in our government? Why does the American public have to rely on investigative reporters to tell them what is going on behind closed doors?
Another article appearing in the Washington Journal quote;
The Legislature is already exempt from a key provision of open meetings laws allowing for a traditional fixture of legislative bodies – the caucus.
The members of each party go behind closed doors to discuss legislation and party business. That has spread recently to committees in which all the Democrats go into one room and all the Republicans go into another. It is far more common in the House than the Senate. For inquisitive minds; Read more:
- Here are a few Statistics;
- ADHD 2 million children in the United States suffer from this learning disorder. that is 3 and 5 percent of children.
- Autism;Statistics 3.4 of every 1,000 children.
- Bipolar Disorder; about 5.7 million American adults or about 2.6 percent
- Conduct disorder, affects 1 to 4 percent of 9- to 17-year-olds,
- Oppositional Defiant Disordersome studies have shown that 1 to 6 percent of the school-age
Continue on to part 3. It gets better.