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September 22, 2022

The Public Wants Our Children Protected

The battle about what to teach children in public schools concerning sexual orientation and gender identity is raging all over America. A radical LGBTQ+ agenda is being pushed in elementary schools, where children should be learning their ABCs.

It has been inspiring to see parents speaking up at school board meetings demanding that their innocent little children be shielded from explicit human sexuality curriculum, as well as the radical gender ideology that is all the rage among some "progressive" educational elitists.

Those parents, who are trying to protect their children, have been vilified, called "extremists," "quasi-fascists" and even lumped in with "domestic terrorists." Here is the good news: Because of their courage we are winning the debate.

The New York Times, a big supporter of exposing young children to inappropriate material about sex, just completed a comprehensive national poll and didn't like the results on one question in particular. Here it is:

"Do you support or oppose allowing public school teachers to provide classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity to children in elementary school?"

Only 27% of the public supported exposing children in grades one to five, to such classroom instruction. A whopping 70% said "no" to children being exposed to the LGBTQ+ agenda. America is deeply divided on many other issues, but when it comes to five to nine-year-olds being introduced to drag queens and changing genders it is a landslide in favor of protecting our kids. (Even in grades six to eight the public still says "no" to graphic sexual instruction by a 54% to 44% margin.)

Not surprisingly the New York Times tried to bury the response to this poll question. But the "eagle eyes" here at the Dr. James Dobson Family Institute uncovered it and wanted to let you know.

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September 28, 2022

Parental Rights

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) has introduced the Parental Rights Over the Education and Care of Their (PROTECT) Kids Act in the U.S. Senate. The legislation requires public schools to notify parents before the school changes a student's name or pronouns on school records.

September 28, 2022

Have a Heart

Stacey Abrams, the Democrat gubernatorial candidate in Georgia, is a "Baby Denier." She is pro-abortion and is worried that more pregnant women will "follow the science" and realize that there is a little human being developing in their wombs. Research shows that once a woman sees a sonogram of her developing child, she is less likely to choose abortion. This is particularly true when the preborn child's heart is beating at around six weeks.

September 22, 2022

The Queen's Funeral & Jesus Christ

Christianity in Europe has been in decline for decades. A new Pew Research Center study says the same thing is happening in the United States. Pew predicts Christians will be a minority in our country by 2075 or sooner. I hope and pray Pew is wrong.