” The background for this case is the German war on homeschooling that has led some families to seek political asylum in the United States where homeschooling is still legal for now.
The Romeikes’ case is now before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, with the US government seeking to revoke their asylum and force them to return to Germany. And the details of Attorney-General Holder’s arguments in the brief for Romeike v. Holder are sinister, to say the least.
According to Holder, parents have no fundamental right to home-educate their children.
“[Holder’s office] argued that there was no violation of anyone’s protected rights in a law that entirely bans homeschooling. There would only be a problem if Germany banned homeschooling for some but permitted it for others.”
- Eric Holder: Homeschool Ban Doesn’t Violate Fundamental Rights (joemiller.us)
- U.S. Department of Justice arguing that homeschooling is not a right (winteryknight.wordpress.com)
- USA Trying to Deport Christian Homeschooling Family Knowing They Face Persecution (politicaloutcast.com)
- Our Homeschool rights may be impacted by German homeschool case (home4schooling.wordpress.com)
- Obamunist America Is No Sanctuary for Homeschoolers (moonbattery.com)
- Eric Holder: Banning Homeschooling Doesn’t Violate Fundamental Rights (dailypaul.com)
- Eric Holder Against German Family for Homeschooling with bid to Deport them (12160.info)