THERE IS A desperate need for legislation to protect babies born outside of marriage from the murderous abuse they are presently exposed to.
In all legal proceedings involving children born during marriage, judges are required to apply the legal standard "best interest of the child." This legal standard provides great protection for children born during marriage.
When monetary support and welfare benefits are sought for babies born outside of marriage, no legal proceeding is required to determine the fitness or ability of applicants to care for infants. This lack of even minimal judicial protection for infants born outside of marriage is responsible for the epidemic of murderous violence against so many babies.
William R. Lambert