The COVID-19 shots are now officially part of the recommended pediatric vaccination schedule. This is an imminent health crisis for America’s children…and especially for Minnesota’s children. We cannot sit idly by hoping someone else will do something about it. We need everyone to share this information with friends and family, and we urge everyone to speak to their [Read More]
June 6, 2022
The FDA is meeting on June 15, 2022, to approve the use of the mRNA vaccine for infants and children 6 months through 4 years of age. The FDA is bypassing the required 15 days’ notice to the public, because they have determined that action is warranted “as soon as possible.”
This action is another horrific [Read More]
March 29, 2022
by Bonnie Gasper
Child Protection League supports people and organizations that promote the health, well-being, safety, and protection of children. Countless athletes and organizations have a long history of supporting hospitals and programs seeking cures for cancer in children, treatments for diseases or helping them experience last ‘wishes’ before an illness takes their life. Many also work to raise [Read More]
March 17, 2022
by Julie Quist
On Monday, March 14th, people arriving to hear the presentation to the School Board at the Becker High School Performing Arts [Read More]
Last month, informed and concerned parents exposed a sexually explicit and morally bankrupt sex education curriculum during a Richfield, Minnesota school board meeting. Called the 3R’s; “Rights, Respect and Responsibility,” the harmless sounding title “deliberately” deceives parents, as one testifier charged. Parents read the role [Read More]
Massive federal “Covid Relief” spending bills allocated $2,185,882,951 (that’s billion!) to Minnesota in the past two years. How was this money distributed?
Minnesota’s State Plan for the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (PDF) uses the criteria laid out by the U.S. Department of Education. The Covid-19 Federal Funds per [Read More]
Marlene Reid was honored at a special gathering of family and friends to receive our first newly established Dr. Judith Reisman Award.
Marlene’s advocacy began in the 1960s after she read A Choice Not an Echo by Phyllis Schlafly. She distributed copies of the
book to anyone who would read it to [Read More]
OPT your children OUT of the Minnesota Student Survey!
The Minnesota Student Survey (MSS) is administered every three years to students in grades 5, 8, 9 and 11, now with the option to survey grades 6, 7, 10 and 12, as well. This year, it will be administered in schools between January 18 [Read More]
December 9, 2021
- Obscenity is harmful to minors
Obscenity is defined in Minnesota Statute as harmful to minors:
Minnesota statute 617.291:
Subdivision 1. Finding. The legislature finds that sexually explicit materials and exhibitions presented before an audience are harmful to minors.
Subdivision 2. Best interest. It is in the best interest of the health, [Read More]