March 22, 2016 Last week Representative Gruenhagen (R-Glencoe), Senator Newman (R-Hutchinson) with 43 House and four Senate co-authors introduced legislation that seeks to protect the privacy, modesty and safety concerns of the public. This legislation (HF 3396/HF 3395 and SF 3002) does the following:
Minnesota Precinct Caucuses are just days away. Tuesday, March 1, 2016 7pm Check out the location of your precinct caucus here! Child Protection League’s commitment is “Silence Is Not An Option.” We must and we will speak up to protect children! You can speak up by submitting this resolution!
PARENTAL ALERT Take action! It’s time to opt your children out of the Minnesota Student Survey (MSS). The MSS—run by a partnership of four state agencies: the Minnesota Departments of Education, Health, Public Safety, and Human Services—is administered every three years to students in grades 5, 8, 9 and 11. This year, 2016, the MSS […]
December 2015 As all educators know, or should know, pronouns denote and correspond to objective biological sex — not to desires about one’s sex. Therefore, using opposite-sex pronouns to refer to or discuss gender-dysphoric students constitutes not merely a misuse of grammar but lying. Read the full article at: IllinoisFamily.org The following are the questions […]
July 2015 Protect Your Kids! Dr. Judith Reisman, in her article, “Eroticized Classrooms Target the Most Vulnerable,” states: Among the new resources brought into the classroom as part of the federal education standards known as Common Core are materials that, but for the obscenity exemptions, would be illegal to provide to children. For example, per […]
March 12, 2015 Legislation to secure the physical safety and privacy of your children in bathrooms, locker rooms and showers with facilities that separate biological males and females has been introduced but we need your help to get a hearing! Contact the House Education Committee TODAY! Urge them to schedule a hearing! HF 1546 Student Safety and Physical Privacy […]