Ron Paul Works to Stop Forced Psychiatric Testing for Students -- "TeenScreen"





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.



Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on May 4, 2007

Kent Snyder, Executive Director of Ron Paul's grassroots organization, exposes the administration's "No Child Left Un-drugged" program, offered under names such as "Teen Screen" and TMAP. These programs force or coerce children and adults into "mental health" testing which is highly unscientific and too often results in prescriptions for dangerous psychiatric drugs.

These are of a class known as 'psychotropic' drugs-meaning 'mind-altering' drugs. We must keep our children from being given drugs and labels--it's time to stop any type of forced psychiatric testing and drugging of our children. This program discusses the "New Freedom Mental Health Commission" and how this scheme started under Governor George W. Bush in Texas and continued in his presidency and to the present.

The scheme to drug the creativity and initiative out of America's schoolchildren continues under President Obama. Don't let your children have their energy, creativity and enthusiasm for life drugged out of them so they become dull and docile robots, doing only as they are told.

Dr. Ron Paul introduced and got passed the 'Parental Consent Act of 2007', H. R. 2387, to help limit this outrage, but much more needs to be done to get and keep our kids off dangerous drugs with powerful side effects.

Ron Paul's grassroots organization is Campaign For Liberty:
Congressional Website:

This is an edition of Conservative Roundtable, the nationally broadcast conservative television program hosted by Howard Phillips, and produced by The Conservative Caucus. Please visit our website: http://www.conservativeusa.org

Subscribe to get notified of our latest programs!


When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...