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Grade School Children Brainwashed to Celebrate Gay Pride
The establishment media is complicit in the ‚Äúfundamental transformation‚ÄĚ of America, so we can hardly expect it to be forthcoming regarding what that transformation entails. That‚Äôs why sites like this one are grateful for first-hand reports on situations unlikely to be exposed on the evening news. This email from a concerned parent is a prime example:
I am a parent in Oakland, California and I have a kindergartner in public school. My child came home [Thursday] and told me about the MANDATORY assembly for gay ‚Äúpride‚ÄĚ month. Parents had NO idea this was going to happen and I‚Äôm totally blindsided by it....
As I said earlier, there is NO EXCUSE for Christians to leave their children in the hands of the pedophiles and socialists in the public schools. God's Word tells parents to raise them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. It's the parents' responsibility to teach their children, not somebody elses.
And I stand by my earlier comment on the liars at the SPLC. They are anti-Christ to the core and not to be trusted!!! They are out to destroy America just like that scum in the White House and those who follow his godless agenda!
This is just sad. There really is no excuse for sending your child to a public school. If you care about your child at all you get them out of this system. I don't care if you need to work two jobs...don't let your kids be brainwashed. As adults we can watch such things because hopefully we're well grounded in our faith. Kids see these authority figures and they get them five days a week--the TV and internet gets 'em most of the rest of the time. Both telling them that gayness and the lifestyle that comes with it are okay. I know I was a follower in elementary school--likely to follow what the teachers said to please them, and doing what classmates did to be cool without questioning either. When my parents asked what I did at school that day I always said 'oh nothing..' and I'm sure kids say the same thing today. The old saying GIGO applies. We can only blame ourselves.
Obviously Christ would be the one calling them out, but as a father, it's about doing what's good and right from the beginning and doing your own Christian/fatherly duty Instead of hoping that Billy Grahm and TBN will sort out the confusion that you, yourself caused. Thank God that Christ speaking through Billy Grahm reached you but that doesn't make it some magic potion that will work on any and all. Equip your children with the tools and knowledge they need from the get go and then let Christ do the rest.
Thanks John I think we are processing two completely different trains of thought. Here's how I see it: Our most impressionable years are our adolescent and teenage years. What we are taught, how we are treated, along with the environment we grow in is what defines us and drives us into adulthood. We are who we are, on a psycological level, and believe what we believe, for the most part, because it's how we were molded during our impressionable years; a mold thats difficult to break free from. Now, spiritually speaking, most people are who they are because it's how they were raised, with most being doomed from the beginning because they never break free from their parents mold. Christ called you out from this world, and as an earthly father, it's your duty and calling to raise your children according to His Word and to teach them from His Word...alone, giving them the advantage.you didn't have. What you plan on doing is confusion and a recipe for disaster. Give them a fighting chance instead of turning them over to Billy Grahm after already being fully indocrinated during their most impressionable years.
Christopher: If one is teaching individuals other than their children the way of salvation then it can be done either by putting salvation tracts around town in various locations or via written communication on discussion forums. But when one is teaching ones children the way of salvation then it should be by watching old Billy Graham Crusades on VHS tapes and on Trinity Broadcasting Network. I don't see it as confusing that my children will be raised Catholic and then when they get to about 10 years old then have them learn the Evangelical Protestant doctrine of salvation by watching old Billy Graham Crusades. After the children make their First Holy Communion I will make them become Altar servers. After the children learn the Evangelical Protestant doctrine of salvation then they can decide when they will embrace Jesus as their Savior.
Penny, I'm glad the fellow pointed out what the blogger who uses the Rutger's site had, but it is not a part of Common Core, there are 6 units of study to common core, To repeat myself yet again, (Yeah, it even get tiresome for me. ) First information on the source of the article on Common Core, Ballotpedia:About and then the article itself, Understanding "Common Core": Standards and Backlash. This article is not long! CC is designed to make students more employable and better prepared for college. One how does Sex Ed. do that? Fraternities are more than happy to to teach their "brothers" on the seduction of women, so training in that area isn't needed either.
oh ye of little faith, Jim, here is the state of Washington outline for the implementation of their education standards within the state. Not a blog, not a political commentary, not an opposition report, but the state government. Look at the diagram on page 2 and see how they plan to implement the teaching of National Sexuality Education Standards. and you will see that pennned is correct.
Jim, don't you see? the cc that you promote is the only way national sexualization standards could succeed? otherwise local districts and parents would say no. this way they can't say no. cc is the cake, the sexualizing of the curriculum is the cherry on top.
Alright, Mike, what's wrong with this article on CC? It appears accurate, you didn't have people on either the right or left (and some of those don't like CC ) weren't hyperventolating, if they were contributors to this article.
First of all, it is obvious that this so-called sex-education Unit, is not a part of Common Core, it is "Man of straw, an effigy formed by stuffing the garments of a man with straw; hence, a fictitious person; an irresponsible person; a puppet." ---Webster's 1913 Dictionary. This is a straw man, put up the anti-CC Wingnuts. By the way, First information on the source of the article on Common Core, Ballotpedia:About and then the article itself, Understanding "Common Core": Standards and Backlash.
Anyway, this sex-ed plan can't become part of CC Could it be used in some school districts? Quite possibly--without ever being a part of CC. But I've said in the past, monitor what children are being taught in your local school district, something that should be done CC or not.
The Southern Law while erroneous on queers and some others, is useful
William S. Sutherland wrote: Jim, Quoting someone quoting a study by the SPLC does NOT lend credence to your argument. Morris Dees and his bunch are nothing but rabid anti-christian collectivist liars. Thanks to him, many in law enforcement who listen to his trash have labeled anyone who believes the Bible or refers to the Constitution as a 'domestic terrorist.'
Yes, but Jim doesn't like Catholics, so it's ok that he supports the CommyCore wingnuts.
Jim, Quoting someone quoting a study by the SPLC does NOT lend credence to your argument. Morris Dees and his bunch are nothing but rabid anti-christian collectivist liars. Thanks to him, many in law enforcement who listen to his trash have labeled anyone who believes the Bible or refers to the Constitution as a 'domestic terrorist.'
Hmm, still a blog, as you see the definition of CC that I found has nothing to do with sex! Also, states can and have opted in and out of various options of CC, so even if sex ed were hypothetically part of CC which I don't think it is, a state could very easily opt out of it.
Anne, a goat-man statue placed in or near the capital of that place would at least be more congruent with its value system. Most people would probably still miss it though and even begin supporting man-animal relationships.
C. Dickson wrote: The Common Core Standards Initiative has been hotly debated since it was first introduced in 2009. But a new report by the Southern Poverty Law Center shows that conservatives are pushing a radical fact-free agenda that aims to destroy public education as a whole.
I see the story you suggested something that is made up--I'll be happy if you prove me wrong.