Regional Coordinators Needed for 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington!

Great News!!!

In less than 24 hours since first announcing the 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington, D.C., a gentleman from that area has contacted us and offered to become a Regional Coordinator for this major event. In addition, one of our supporters here at, a female teacher and victim of abusive custody and support laws, has offered to host a live video remote broadcast of the rally in order for her classroom students to experience the importance of this particular day. Furthermore, she brought to our attention, an article that references the passage of a 2004 law, stating that any schools receiving federal funds, including universities, are required to show students a program on the Constitution, though it does not specify a particular one. In her opinion, she believes, the 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington which takes place on Constitution Day; the day commemorating the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, “provides as a tremendous interactive learning opportunity to comply with the law and better educate our nation’s youth regarding the importance of this valuable document.”

Here is how you can help become a Regional Coordinator: Duties consist of promoting the rally, organizing individuals and groups to attend, fundraising, and contacting media. This would involve making personal telephone calls and distributing flyers/news releases. If you’re interested, please contact us at: or contact Dr. Leon Koziol at (315) 796-4000.

Let’s help make the 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington a success. Please help support reform efforts today!

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Take Back Our Children: 9/17 Rally of Parents In Washington

In the wake of a profound and constructive protest at the federal appeals court in lower Manhattan this past week, parenting advocates have set Constitution Day, September 17, 2012, for their next reform initiative in our nation’s capital. This provides an ideal setting for victims of government abuse to be heard, and it could become a game changer for an otherwise lackluster national election. We ask all moms, dads and family advocates to spread the word, make your plans, and join us at the steps of our United States Supreme Court on that day when a petition for writ of certiorari will be filed with our high court. This petition asks the court to hear a parenting case on the subject of family privacy and discrimination in our domestic relations courts. We plan to visit the Justice Department on the same day to deliver our many individual complaints so that a comprehensive investigation may be commenced into court abuses. Finally, we hope to visit the White House with our petitions for “hope” not unlike gay rights activists who were welcomed there recently by the president himself.

The central mission of this event is to save the American family from further erosion by divorce, custody and support processes which needlessly abuse good parents. The state is taking increased control of our children through expansive monitoring of parent-child relationships and fraudulent report practices. Federal incentive grants reward our family courts based on the number and magnitude of support “awards” entered in these courts, thereby transforming them into profit centers for third parties feeding off of a multi-billion dollar industry. In the end, our parents, children and moral fiber as a nation suffer most. The Supreme Court has repeatedly declared parenting to be “the oldest liberty interest protected by the Constitution”. Yet the erosion of this right and federal deference practices have resulted in widespread human rights violations rivaling those in China that have preoccupied our state department. It’s time to get seriously active in exercising our First Amendment rights before we lose them altogether through public apathy. We ask all religious, family and parenting groups to help us promote this potentially historic event.

Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
1518 Genesee Street
Utica, New York 13502
(315) 796-4000

Please help support reform efforts today!