One of the biggest, most important hot button topics of the day is without a doubt parental rights in education. Schools are no longer institutions that prepare children to be fully functioning adults and contributors to society. Instead, they have become indoctrination centers where progressives are given curriculum designed to normalize sexually deviant practices at younger and younger ages. The federal government, through the Department of Education, is transforming children into liberal robots and attempting to subvert the values they are taught by their parents at home.
Thus, over the course of the last several years, there has been a growing movement comprised of parents, that has been pushing back against the madness and asserting that moms and dads should have the final say in what kids are taught in the classroom, much to the chagrin of educators.
House Republicans have now announced a new piece of legislation known as the Parental Bill of Rights, which has led to severe and immediate criticism from one of the largest teachers unions in the country.
“House GOP Conference Chairwoman Rep. Elise Stefanik says the legislation ensures parents have the right to know what’s being taught to their children in the classroom,” Just the News reported.
“For the first time in the new majority in the House, House Republicans are introducing our Parents Bill of Rights to bring our parents’ concerns to the highest levels,” the New York congresswoman explained. “In the face of the woke agenda and radical CRT the Far Left is pushing even in the midst of the devastating learning loss, we are ensuring parents have the transparency to know if their child is being properly equipped in the classroom.”
The indoctrination facilitators for the National Education Association say that Speaker Kevin McCarthy “would rather seek to stoke racial and social division and distract us from what will really help our students thrive: an inspiring, inclusive, and age-appropriate curriculum that prepares each and every one of them for their future.”
House Republicans also came under fire from the folks over at the National Parents Union for the new bill.
“Keep culture wars out of classrooms,” the group remarked. “Our children need urgent and aggressive educational solutions, not political performance theatre.”
This legislation is no doubt inspired by the battle in Florida led by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, who, along with the state legislature, passed a parental rights in education bill that was wrongly labeled the “don’t say gay bill” because it sought to stop young children in school from being taught about issues related to sexual identity and transgenderism. Seems like common sense, right?
Well, this led to the Disney company getting involved in a battle to stop the legislation from passing and being signed into law. The effort ultimately failed. And now, as a result, DeSantis worked to strip Disney of its privileges in the state, which was successful. DeSantis is not a man to be trifled with. He’s fought back against the tyranny of the federal government on numerous occasions and has created a solid blueprint for how the rest of the country can resist successfully.