Tag Archives: education

Todd Starnes: Children Are Learning About LGBT Rights Instead Of American History

“Public schools these days are busy teaching kids about the birds and the bees and whether they might be LGBT or Q. But they might want to consider giving equal time to American history, geography and civics. The results of a national test shows that most American eighth graders are struggling in all three subjects. It’s called the Nation’s Report ...

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Catholic Site Launches Money Beg To “Defend” Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone

Via Catholic Vote: A massive media campaign funded by millionaire “Catholics” in San Francisco is gaining ground. Their goal: take control of the Catholic schools and remove Archbishop Cordileone. Meanwhile lawyers are circling, with lawsuits expected soon. Archbishop Cordileone needs the help of every faithful Catholic right now. Can you chip in $20 to help the Archbishop? This support fund ...

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Headline Of The Day

Abstinence-only totally works. (Tipped by JMG reader Thom)

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VIDEO: At The Gay/Str8 Prom Date

Those gay/straight high school boys had their prom this weekend and Teen Vogue went along to document the evening. (Tipped by JMG reader Mike)

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IRELAND: Teachers Say Yes Equality

A little long, but you’ll like this.

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Str8 Prom D8

Via Huffington Post: As a student council member at his high school, Anthony Martinez is often tasked with planning school dances. But the 17-year-old, who is gay, says that he “never [gets] asked.” Until now, that is. Martinez, who attends Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, shared on Twitter this week that he was asked to prom by ...

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INDIANA: School Fires Coach Over Threat To Burn Down Anti-Gay Pizza Parlor

Via the Indianapolis Fox affiliate: A northern Indiana school district says it has fired a coach who tweeted about burning down a pizza shop after its owners said they wouldn’t cater a gay wedding because of their religious beliefs. Concord Community Schools Superintendent Wayne Stubbs confirmed to The Goshen News that Jessica Dooley was terminated on Monday. Dooley had been ...

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MONTANA: Gov Signs Anti-Bullying Bill

Via the Associated Press: It took more than 10 years, several proposals and countless stories from young people who have suffered, but on Tuesday, Montana joined every other state in the nation with an anti-bullying law. Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock signed the Bully Free Montana Act at Jefferson Elementary School in Helena. Bill sponsor Rep. Kim Dudik, Superintendent of Public ...

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Satan Loves The Day Of Silence

“It’s over for another year, but a sobering question should make every teacher, administrator and parent pause: what would Jesus think about the pro-homosexual Day of Silence? What would Jesus have said to those encouraging boys to deny manhood and believe the lie of effemininity? What would He say as girls are pushed toward that glorious day when they are ...

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PITTSBURGH: High School Students Wear Flannel To Mark “Anti-Gay Day”

It’s probably no coincidence that this happened on the day before today’s anti-bullying Day Of Silence. Via the Pittsburgh NBC affiliate: A Pittsburgh-area school district is investigating allegations of harassment involving students. Several parents and students from McGuffey High School in Washington County have reached out to Channel 11 News voicing concern about a so-called “Anti-Gay Day” allegedly organized by ...

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LOUISIANA: Lesbian High School Student Wins Battle To Wear Tuxedo To Her Prom

From the NCLR: Today, Carroll High School Principal Patrick Taylor and Monroe City School Board President Bishop Rodney McFarland Sr. contacted Claudetteia Love, who is being represented by the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), to inform her that she will be allowed to wear a tuxedo to her senior prom on April 24. Last week, Claudetteia, 17, was told ...

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LOUSIANA: Lesbian High School Student Told She Can’t Wear Tuxedo To Her Prom

Via the Monroe News-Star: Carroll High School senior Claudetteia Love, an openly gay student and top academic scholar, won’t attend the school’s prom this year because the school won’t allow her to wear a tuxedo. The school says it’s simply a dress code, but Love said the school’s prohibition is more about her sexual orientation than her fashion choices. Friday, ...

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Alma Mater Of Sodomite Suppression Act Author Declines To Condemn Referendum

Christian activist Matt McLaughlin, author of the Sodomite Suppression Act, graduated from law school at Virginia’s George Mason University. Today the Washington Post published their reaction: Emails to various members of the Mason community have informed us that Matthew McLaughlin, a 1998 graduate of this law school, has filed a ballot initiative in California where he has apparently lived for ...

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WASHINGTON: Catholic Archdiocese Joins Fight To Block DC Gay Rights Measure

Via the Washington Blade: The Catholic Archdiocese of Washington signed on to a letter to members of the U.S. Senate on March 20 calling for Congress to block a D.C. bill that would protect LGBT students from discrimination at religious schools operating in the city. The letter, which was signed, among others, by Cardinal Donald Wuerl calls the Human Rights ...

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Bob Jones III: Sorry About That Time I Called For Gays To Be Stoned To Death

Via Greenville Online: Former BJU president Bob Jones III issued a public apology Saturday for anti-gay comments he made in 1980 calling for homosexuals to be stoned. “I take personal ownership for this inflammatory rhetoric,” Jones said in a statement. “This reckless statement was made in the heat of a political controversy 35 years ago.” His statement came after the ...

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GEORGIA: School Superintendent Comes Out After Grindr Photos Sent To Press

The superintendent of schools in Monroe County, Georgia has come out in a public statement after an unknown person sent explicit photos from his Grindr profile to the local press. Project Q Atlanta reports: The statement comes as the Monroe County School District and the county sheriff launched investigations to see if Monroe County School Superintendent Anthony Pack improperly used ...

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Sen. Ted Cruz, Hate Group Lackey

Responding to pressure from NOM, the Family Research Council, and Alliance Defending Freedom, Sen. Ted Cruz is seeking to have Congress repeal a new Washington DC law that requires all city universities to abide by local LGBT anti-discrimination laws. Pending action from Congress, the law will go into effect next month. Cruz’s “disapproval resolution” would require passage from both chambers ...

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House Judiciary Committee Approves Asylum Bill For Homeschooling Families

Shut down the borders! Except for Christian homeschoolers! The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill Wednesday that would allow people to seek asylum in the USA if they are persecuted by their governments for homeschooling their children. At the same time, the bill would make it tougher for children fleeing gang and drug violence in Central America to gain refuge ...

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Hate Groups: Keep Your Kids Home On This Year’s Anti-Bullying Day Of Silence

A coalition of hate groups today issued their annual call for parents to keep their kids out of school on the coming anti-bullying Day Of Silence. If you have school age children, contact your administration as soon as possible to ask this specific question: Will you be permitting students to refuse to speak in class on the Day of Silence? ...

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Joe Biden Endorses Federal SOGI Rights

Via press release from the HRC: Today, Vice President Joe Biden affirmed his support for federal non-discrimination protections for LGBT people while giving remarks at the Spring Equality Convention for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization. Addressing the tremendous progress made for the LGBT community – from marriage equality ...

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