Saturday, March 17, 2007

The Government Gets Too Big for Its Britches

What's up with the Government and its entities? Lately, we've watched news stories about scandalous conditions at Walter Reed, giving us a glimpse of what socialized medicine would be like if Hillary Clinton and others get their way. Now we get a glimpse of what public schools can be like if they continue to try to take over the raising of children from parents.

In an article at Concerned Women for America, we learn that "School Tells Kids to Hide Pro-'Gay' Propaganda from Parents". It seems that Deerfield High School in Deerfield, Illinois,

has required fourteen-year-old freshmen to attend a “Straight Gay Alliance Network” (GSA) panel discussion led by “gay” and “lesbian” upperclassmen during a “freshman advisory” class which secretively featured inappropriate discussions of a sexual nature in promotion of high-risk homosexual behaviors.

Not only has DHS required that its young and impressionable freshmen be exposed to radical homosexual propaganda, the school has further required that students sign a “confidentiality agreement” promising not to tell anyone – including their own parents – about the discussion.
This is an outrage that must be stopped, whatever form it takes. Schools have no business keeping secrets from the parents of their students, or from the public in general. Our tax money supports these schools. It is most definitely our business what goes on there.

In addition to having no business keeping secrets, schools also have no business having classes in propaganda. Schools are to teach such things as history, math, science, English, and no more. No wonder our students do poorly academically when schools waste the kids' time and "teach" them things the schools have no business teaching. And guess what?

Remarkably, even after the school district’s surreptitious actions were exposed, parents were nonetheless told that they were not welcome to sit in on the “freshman advisory” and were not permitted to have access to materials used in compiling its activist curriculum.
Go read the entire article. It's quite educational. And that brings up another question--why haven't we heard/read stories about this in the good ol' Mainstream Media?

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