Daily Archives: October 28, 2021

Speaking of schools

The walk from the Wilton Manors Elementary School to Rosie’s Bar and Grill (which caters to male homosexuals) looks to be about ¾ of a mile. Other locales the kiddies could have visited by walking include a public library, a fire house, and a creamery. But no. They go to the gay bar. With elementary kids.

Rosie’s menu items include “Naked Sweaty Lovin’,” “Beet Your Brains Out”, “Rhoda Cowboy,” “Ivana Hooker”, and “Young Ranch Hand.” I also found this one:

Do parents even look at field trip permission slips before signing?! Or are these parents so WOKE that they are totes on board with an annual field trip to a gay bar? Proud School Board Member Sarah Leonardi obviously isn’t even a little bit disturbed about hypersexualizing young children into the gay life style.

Florida’s official tourism marketing company says Wilton Manors is “Florida’s most famous gayborhood.” So maybe normal people who think kids should be kids and not pervert fodder don’t choose to live in the gayborhood’s school district. ::smh::

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Do sexually explicit materials belong in a school library?

WARNING: The video contains extremely graphic content. I had to turn it off part way through.

CLICK https://www.facebook.com/theiowastandard/videos/1040747103417245 [3:24] to hear a parent read passages aloud at a recent meeting of the Waukee School Board. The pornographic passages are from three sexually explicit LGBTQ books stocked in a Waukee Public School Library, where they are available to be checked out by kids as young as 14. The books include All Boys Aren’t Blue, Lawn Boy and Gender Queer.

The article linked below says that after the school board meeting, the books were temporarily removed from the library while the district reviews them. The ACLU of Iowa predictably warned about the dangers of censorship. I got something similar from a fellow parishioner when I was creating a library for our church.

At the time, there was a religious novel written by a Catholic priest that was a big seller, but I had read it and been disturbed (as was our pastor) about some of the theology. When I was straightening up the library after Mass one Sunday, a parishioner told me she thought that title should be included in our collection. When I expressed my reservations about putting such a book on a shelf that was standing at the back of the church, she cried censorship. I explained that I had no budget and was unwilling to use my own money to buy a book I disapproved of, but I told her if she cared so much, she could donate a copy and I’d talk with Father about whether it was suitable. As it turned out, she didn’t care so about “censorship” when it came to spending her own money!

Anyway, this long-ago incident got me thinking about something that is applicable to my topic, namely, that public libraries are most often built using public monies to benefit a specific audience. In my case, it was mostly my money going to build a faith enhancement resource for the adult Catholics in my parish. In Waukee and elsewhere, it’s tax dollars going to build an educational resource for high school students. Every book that is purchased with an always limited budget – and given what is always limited shelf space – represents dozens of other books that were not chosen.

Can we really call the not-choosing censorship? Shouldn’t it more properly be labeled stewardship?

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Bits & Bytes

ALABAMA: On Monday, Gov. Kay Ivey issued Executive Order No. 724 calling for the state to oppose the Biden Administration’s vaxxs mandate.

BALDWIN: A text message from a crew member to the production manager said, “We’ve now had three accidental discharges. This is super unsafe.” And sources report that, prior to the fatal shooting, six union camera crew workers walked off the set due to safety concerns. They were replaced with nonunion people to avoid production delays.

EPSTEIN: Body language analysis of Prince Andrew [8:58] and [8:10] – I thought these were interesting.

FAUCI: Andrea Widburg suggests that “saint” Tony is a “malignant narcissist” who “has used hundreds of thousands in taxpayer dollars for cruel experiments on animals, all of them of seemingly dubious value. …

Our government is out of control. Whether it’s beagles in Tunisia, monkeys in California, children in public schools, or people whose lives are being destroyed over an experimental gene-manipulative vaccine that leaves them contagious and vulnerable to COVID variants, the federal government is using its unconstrained power to bring about fear, suffering, and even death. This is not what the Founders wanted and, when Americans vote Republicans back into power, those Republicans had better damn well bring the government to heel.

Amen.

FAUXTUS: First, SNL roasted him. Now, CNN is criticizing him for taking more vacation days than any president in recent history.

Biden spent a total of 108 of his first 276 days in office either vacationing or working from one of his two Delaware homes or from Camp David, according to a CNN analysis of Biden’s schedule. That tally includes partial days when Biden split time between the White House and those other properties. Biden’s frequent absences come as his administration has faced a number of crises less than a year into his first term.”

Clearly, the PTBs who are actually running things are done with Slow Joe.

IOWAHAWK: Iowahawk responded, “As far as I can tell Terry McAuliffe is single-mouthedly torpedoing Terry McAuliffe. My theory: he was cursed by a mysterious gypsy woman to say what he really thinks.”

MALE PATRIARCHY: It’s alive and well in the trans community where men who self identify as females consider themselves lesbians because they are sexually attracted to women. I’m kinda thinking that men who find women attractive are just normal men and the fact that they like to dress up as women is another issue entirely.

MINNESOTA: CLICK https://rumble.com/vo8ok5-surgeon-speaks-up-for-parental-rights-at-school-board-meeting.html [6:38] to hear what Dr. Jeff Horak said to the local school board that got cheers from the spectators. Less than two weeks later, the chief executive officer of the local hospital severed Dr. Horak’s surgical privileges. He told the local newspaper, “We live in America where freedoms are held close. I am a man who believes individuals have the right to do their research and decide what is best for them and their children when it comes to their health. I don’t believe governments or institutions should dictate that. It’s a position I’ve always have taken. And when the science doesn’t make sense to me it’s hard for me to go along.”

NEW YORK CITY: Days after the mayor announced that all government employees except for jail staff will need to receive a vaccine shot by Friday or be placed on unpaid leave, about 5,000 incensed demonstrators marched over the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan. Many carried American flags, chanting, “F–k de Blasio” and “We will not comply!

PORN: A conservative group in Virginia created a political ad about how Gov. McAuliffe sexual content currently available to minors in Virginia public school libraries. Because it included sexually graphic images from the books themselves, it was rejected as being “too explicit to run during the 11 p.m. hour on TV in Virginia.” You can see the thirty second, uncensored version at the link.

TRANS: On Monday, Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law requiring K-12 student athletes to compete with teams that match their biological gender. The law will take effect in mid-January. Seven other states have passed similar laws this year, all designed to protect female athletes from unfair competition by gender confused males.

TWIX AD: CLICK https://twitter.com/libsoftiktok/status/1453225912015724549 [2:00] to see the latest extremely disturbing example of how twisted and demonic our culture has become.

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