Author Archives: Jim Black

About Jim Black

Jim Black is the founder of Angel Eyes over Texas (AEovrT). Jim is a former Manufacturing Engineer turned CPS Watchdog. Jim spent more than 32 years studying manufacturing companies, their procedures and the proper application of their resources with heavy emphasis on Quality Control, Automated Systems and Resource Management. Now those same skills are applied toward analyzing Texas DFPS and it's functions; breaking down the mechanics of how the agency fails to follow the policies, statutes and rules set forth by the State of Texas. Jim tracks all changes to the Texas CPS Handbook on www.aeovrt.org. Jim often consults with CPS defense attorneys on handbook research.

Trial Day 2: Abilene CPS worker accused tampering with evidence


It is hard to believe it has already been two years since I last wrote about the Klapheke case. Harder still to believe that it has taken five and a half years for this case to come to trial. You … Continue reading

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CliffsNotes: Family First Prevention Act #FFAOWN


Cliffs Notes have always been a life saver for those getting through High School or College. We must recognize that this is the most “landmark” Title IVE legislation since its creation 38 years (1980) ago. It adds funding to prevention over foster … Continue reading

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The Family First Act Is Law, Okay What Next? #FFAOWN


An interesting question. Over the next few weeks, we will be seeing an array of articles and opinions on just what this legislation is and is not and what that means. Some of it will be accurate, some exaggerated and … Continue reading

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Orchestrating Legislative Action 101


All across America child welfare reform activist are pushing to get the “First Family Preservation Act of 2016” (HR-5456/S-3065) passed through the Senate. The clock is ticking… session is getting short and we have 3 Senators holding it up. Senator … Continue reading

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Family First Prevention Services Act of 2016


CPS reform legislation is steaming rapidly through Congress at a “damn the torpedoes” pace. H.R.5456 was introduced on Monday June 13th. It was reviewed and passed out of Ways and Means on Wednesday the 15th. The Congressional Budget Office report … Continue reading

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Alabama Child Protective Services Steals New-born Breast-feeding Baby from Rape Victim While Still at the Hospital


Juda Myers of Choices4Life calls her a “Hero Mom.” A 14 year old Alabama girl became pregnant from a rape, but she courageously chose life for the baby that was conceived. She refused to consider the option of abortion, and … Continue reading

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Congressional Hearing Reviews Child Welfare Along With Health Issues


*** All hands on Deck *** In less than 12 hours a Congressional Committee will be reviewing and marking up bills relating to Child Welfare and Health issues. On Monday the “Family First Prevention Services Act of 2016” was introduced. … Continue reading

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Smokers Could Soon Lose Custody Of Their Children – The Free Patriot


Parents who smoke around their kids should be challenged for custody, according to the country’s leading anti-tobacco lawyer. John F. Banzhaf, a law professor at George Washington University Law Sc… Source: Smokers Could Soon Lose Custody Of Their Children – … Continue reading

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Unity… we are more powerful than you think


In general society does not understand the power of Unity and We the People.   There will come a time when team work will mean everything. Remember We the People

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Texas’ 84th Interim Session: Child Protection


While interim charges are sent out near the end of ODD numbered years, the hearings generally don’t start until about April of EVEN numbered years. Testifying at Interim hearings is slightly different than regular legislative hearings. During the regular session … Continue reading

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