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On 7/24/2015 East Texas Liberty Radio.
Join us for an emotional interview – Jim lost his grandkids for over 4 years to the “system”. This is what motivated him to start Angel Eyes Over Texas which has worked to help kids both from their family and from the state, depending on the situation. The state has expanded its powers thru CPS, and lack of accountability has set the current stage for atrocities in the name of “law enforcement”. We also discuss the latest news, comical candidates, and other need to know info that affects all of our liberty.
On 1/12/2016 Raging Elephants Radio
Host Mary Huls interviewed Jim Black, of ‘Angel Eyes Over Texas’, a grassroots group working to expose and reform TX Child Protective Services (CPS), joins Mary Huls to discuss the systemic problems in the agency, the lack of oversight by the TX Legislature, and inconsistency in the courts dealing with complaints. Now a federal judge has ruled TX CPS is broken, and must fall under a ‘special master’ for oversight. AG Ken Paxton has filed a stay, and word may come down as soon as Thursday, Jan 14.
On 3/28/2016 In Defense of America’s Children
Special Guests Jim Black founder of Angel Eyes Over Texas and Randall Stone will be discussing having estranged parents and my good friend professor Phillip Gill on politics and money.
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On 3/31/2016 The Fourth Branch
with Debbie Carroll: Playing Dumb – HB16-1110 and HB16-1235
HB 16-1110 would have established in Colorado courts the right of each parent to the care, custody, and control of the parent’s child as a fundamental right and liberty interest. After hours of testimony from parents including the death of a child and other forms of tortuhttps://aeovrt.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=1176&action=editre against parents and their children, one representative stated that she still did not see how this bill would help parents. Several of these parents will be joining tonight’s show.
Ron Palmer described HB16-1110 as “nearly perfect,” and Jim Black called it “beautiful in its simplicity.” Ron and Sherry Palmer are the authors of Not in a Child’s Best Interest, a book is of legal, logical, and historical precedents establishing parents’ rights over those of the state.
Jim Black, the founder of Angel Eyes over Texas, is an advocate whose expertise is influencing Texas’ overhaul of its child welfare programs, after Justice Jack’s 2015 ruling that CPS is violating children’s rights.
HB 16-1235, Commission Evaluating Judicial Performance makes revisions to various functions of the state commission on judicial performance. The bill changes the makeup of the state commission, places prohibitions on the chief justice, requires financial disclosures and credit history of judges, among other changes. The bill is scheduled for hearing at 1:30 at Colorado State Capitol on April 4.
On 5/24/2016 Raging Elephants Radio
On 12/9/2016 Off the Chain
With author and radio host, Yvonne Mason interviews Jim Black who is the founder of and lead researcher at Angel Eyes over Texas (AEovrT). In 2015 he was elected Vice-President of the Grandparents’ Rights Association of the United States (GRAUSA). Both organizations advocate for Family Rights on both state and Federal levels. Jim’s professional background was in neither Law nor Social Work, but instead as a Manufacturing Engineer specializing in Automated Manufacturing Systems. In 32 years he worked specialty contracts for more than 52 enterprises covering such areas as Petrochemical, Oilfield Production, Offshore Drilling, Cardiac Surgical Instruments, Automotive, Aerospace and numerous other fields in between. His experience was not only varied but it provided him to a very diverse set of management skills. His exposure to CPS began with his own children in 1992. With various bouts with them in 1994 and 1997. In 2000 and 2001 he began dealing with them over his grandchildren. But it was not until 2009 and they were removed that his real battle began. Early in the case he began noticing inconsistencies in how the Texas system was designed and how it was managed. In 2010, AEovrT was created to research and break down the mechanics of how the system has failed. By taking an Engineering approach to the system he is able to separate emotion from facts and present truly logical remedies.
On 10/21/2016 Stop Child Abuse Now
SPECIAL TOPIC Night – “For Our Kids” – Deborah Maddison and Eugenea Couture, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will join Bill Murray to lead this evening’s discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. TONIGHT’S TOPIC: “No More Silence” ~~ As Martin Luther King Junior stated, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” It’s up to us to ensure we speak out on issues that matter, and it’s up to our government representatives to listen and take action. Tonight on a very special edition of the ‘For Our Kids’ show we have advocates who spoke out loud and hard, who cared enough to listen and join us in this battle. We’ll speak with Arkansas State Senator Alan Clark whose persistent quest for truth and transparency in a system shrouded in secrecy is a true example of just how powerful our government representatives can be if they truly listen and care. We’ll also have Senatorial Candidate Bruce Nathan, whose family first platform focusing on accountability is another example of the kind of government we need. Also with us .. Jim Black, founder and lead researcher of ‘Angel Eyes Over Texas,’ and Lori Fortin, both part of a group that helped to draft and present the Family First Prevention Services Act, along with advocate Brian Kinter whose hard work and dedication has helped support and unite so many in this cause. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org