In creating the Department of Education, Congress stated the following regarding the federal role in education: “Parents have the primary responsibility for the education of their children, and States, localities, and private institutions have the primary responsibility for supporting that parental role.”
Parents and caregivers have always been—and will continue to be—the authority of our children. Not states. Not teachers’ unions. Not school districts. Not teachers.
Parents and caregivers—and only parents and caregivers—should be calling the shots on how our children are educated about race issues, sexuality, and medical choices.
Critical Race Theory
Critical Race Theory is “the new Jim Crow.” Be aware that it goes by many names and it’s baked into the school districts.
Children are asked to deconstruct their racial identities and in many classrooms, rank themselves according to their “power and privilege.” It’s a dangerous step in the wrong direction and it’s transforming our schools—and our families—from the inside out.
Comprehensive Sex Education
CSE sexualizes children and violates and undermines parental rights by promoting early sexual independence. It teaches children to consent to sex and normalizes actions that would make many consenting adults blush. You may want to check and see if this vile book, It’s Perfectly Normal, is in your school library. (This is by no means the only problematic book our our schools’ libraries.)
“Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) goes far beyond sex ed, and is a dangerous assault on the health and innocence of children…” – Dr. Michelle Cretella, President of the American College of Pediatricians
Note: We’re NOT making an anti-gay statement. Schools are not the place for ANY “education” on sexuality.
Medical Choices and Health Freedom
School districts have no business mandating masks or medical procedures (jabs) for children.
Jill is a longtime health freedom advocate and in early 2020, prior to the onset of Covid, penned this anti-mandate article that’s been called “epic,” “a profound act of bravery,” and “magnum opus.” She’s particularly outspoken against medical racism—the deplorable history of government health regulators and pharmaceutical companies experimenting on the black community.
Dr. Andrew Wakefield and Jill McLaughlin