Chatbots and Artificial Intelligence Endanger Children

This is an important parental alert.  Snapchat, a social media app used by 60% of American teenagers, has ‘assigned’ an IA (artificial intelligence) “chatbot” to each customer. A chatbot is short for “robot” and simulates human conversation online and mimics human interactions. The Snapchat app is a massive platform predicted to grow to 525.7 million users worldwide by [Read More]

2023-08-23T15:11:33-05:00April 29, 2023|CPL Article, privacy|

Serious Questions about the Rush to Inject Children

November 30, 2021

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It has been said the truth can handle a few questions.

Child Protection League has many serious questions about the rush to inject children between the ages of 5-11 with experimental mRNA ‘vaccines’ for which there is no long-term safety data. None.

Question #1: Since when did the ‘let’s just [Read More]

2023-06-05T16:56:25-05:00November 30, 2021|CPL Article, kids & covid, privacy|

The Equal Rights Constitutional Amendment (ERA)

April 6, 2019

2019 Legislative Session:

HF13/SF200 Gender equality provided for under the law with constitutional amendment proposal

ERA Testimonies in Opposition of HF13 (PDF)
Testimonies submitted to legislative committee in opposition of the “ERA” billSF919 identical to the Democrat constitutional amendment except that it adds, “Nothing in this article shall be construed to grant, [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:03:43-05:00April 6, 2019|CPL Article, gender, legislation, privacy|

Is your child UNSAFE at the doctor’s office?

June 29, 2018

Is your child UNSAFE at the doctor’s office?
HealthPartner’s New Dangerous Teen Questionnaire

New HealthPartner’s Policy
We Have Questions
It Gets Even More Dangerous
Parents, Take Action

New HealthPartner’s Policy

On June 5, 2018 a mother took her teenage son to Riverway Clinic in Anoka for a checkup. At the end of the appointment she was told [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:06:31-05:00June 29, 2018|CPL Article, privacy, sexuality education|

Calgaro Case APPEALED!
Challenges Bizarre and Contradictory Court Ruling

June 26, 2017

On June 6th, Erick Kaardal, attorney for Anmarie Calgaro, appealed the decision of St. Paul District Judge Paul Magnuson that dismissed Calgaro’s lawsuit against state and county agencies, the school district, and a private health facility. Judge Magnuson ruled on May 23rd that Calgaro’s civil rights were NOT violated despite the fact [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:09:45-05:00July 14, 2017|CPL Article, legislation, privacy|

Court Dismisses Anmarie Calgaro Lawsuit

May 26, 2017

St. Paul – On Tuesday, May 23rd, St. Paul District Judge Paul Magnuson dismissed all claims against state and county agencies and a private health facility, ruling that Anmarie Calgaro civil rights were NOT violated despite the fact that these entities treated her minor son as an adult, providing services and benefits to him without her knowledge or [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:12:34-05:00May 31, 2017|CPL Article, legislation, privacy|

Toolkit already used as Ed Department ‘Best Practice’

May 22, 2017

By now you may have seen for yourself the shocking Minnesota Department of Education’s Toolkit to Ensure Safe and Supportive Schools to Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Students. [See CPL May 9th update here.]

More shocking yet, however, is the fact that the Toolkit is a written and public unveiling of what the SSTAC has been presenting [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:13:13-05:00May 22, 2017|CPL Article, curriculum, education, gender, privacy|

Minnesota State High School League Policy on Gender Inclusion

March 2017

Recent news stories have reported that a Coon Rapids High School girl, a member of the boys’ swim team and who also self identifies as a boy, is asking the Anoka-Hennepin School Board for the right to shower and change with the boys and use their bathrooms. This situation has brought back into the forefront confusion about changes the [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:14:35-05:00March 24, 2017|CPL Article, education, exploitation, gender, privacy|
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