June 15th, 2016
“It is clear that the Obama administration is trying to force an ill-advised eleventh-hour bathroom edict on Texas and all American schools that ignores both common sense and common decency,” said Lt. Governor Dan Patrick in a statement regarding AG Ken Paxton’s transgender policy lawsuit.
This nation has become something similar to Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World; a utopia for the few members of the ruling class that control society through technology, childhood conditioning, and people’s lack of traditional values. Sound familiar?
Amid the recent transgender directive given by the Departments of Education and the Department of Justice, 25 US Senators sent a letter expressing their concerns with the Departments’ interpretation of Title IX. At first glance, the letter seems to be nothing short of opposition to this federal education mandate, but there’s a bigger picture here.
The first sentence reads, “Every transgender person is someone’s child and should be treated with respect.” By signing this letter, these 25 Senators have endorsed the extreme ideology that says a life of chemical and surgical alterations is normal and respected. “Gender identity” is more an emotional issue than scientific fact and common sense will tell you it’s unhealthy to encourage children to undergo social transitions to live full-time as the other gender.
At the top of the list of signatures is none other than ESSA architect and Secretary John King espouser, Senator Lamar Alexander. Alexander, who seems to be a Republican in name only, has voted to confirm nearly all of Obama’s executive and judicial nominees. The red flags are flying high.
There were 31 Republican Senators who did not sign the letter sent to the Departments of Education and Justice. Senator Rand Paul, recognized for his principled conservative positions, was one of these officials. “I believe a little common sense can go a long way to diffuse the situation, but that cannot happen so long as the federal government insists on inserting itself into our local schools,” Senator Paul told USPIE in a recent statement. “Should Congress take up legislation affecting the federal government actions, I will stand on the side of common sense and restraint, and for allowing parents and local officials to run their schools in the way that best protects and meets the needs of their children.”
Many legislators nationwide are lacking common sense and a lack of will to defend morality and as a result children are suffering. Federal overreach in education has to end and that’s what the Stop Fed Ed campaign is all about. United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) plans to hold accountable those responsible for not protecting America’s children, and we need your help. Please go to uspie.org and join the movement to restore local control and parental rights in education.
Exodus 18:21-22 “Select capable men . . . who fear God, trustworthy men who hate dishonest gain . . . and have them serve the people with justice at all times.”