Too Dirty for the Airwaves–But!

The Dirty Book Club | Book by Lisi Harrison | Official Publisher Page |  Simon & Schuster

Aka your nearest public school

If the content of a book is too dirty to be broadcast on the airwaves… what’s it doing on the shelves of a public school library?

Ah! Another public school outrage.

A father went to a June 30 meeting of the Florida School Board to ask why a certain book was in his son’s high school library ( To make his point, he started reading excerpts from it… whereupon they cut off his mike and silenced him, later claiming that since the meeting was being broadcast, it would have been against state and federal law for it to be read on the airwaves.

Huh? Against the law, but OK for kids?

High school kids are especially vulnerable because they don’t realize they’re still kids. They feel like adults. Some of them look like adults. But they aren’t. Take it from me: I remember it well.

Of course, it all becomes crystal-clear once you admit the hypothesis that this whole business is purely to groom children for aberrant sex. “Educators” deny that that’s what they’re doing, but I don’t believe them.

Public education is broken, and it can’t be fixed. It means to, and can, and will harm your children and your family. The only effective solution is to remove our children from the public schools and let the Far Left Crazy teachers’ unions shrivel up and die. Homeschooling has never been more efficient or affordable than it is now. And it has surely never been more necessary.

3 comments on “Too Dirty for the Airwaves–But!

    1. There are still a lot of people who don’t realize that a) you don’t have to be a certified teacher; b) the unionized certified public school teachers are just as ignorant as you may be; and c) children got “socialized” for thousands of years before compulsory school came along.

    2. Apparently so. I’m not particularly intimidated by the certifications that public school teachers hold. The last two public school teachers I’ve met certainly didn’t strike me as particularly well educated, or in possession of some great wisdom. While I had some good teachers in my school days, many of today’s teachers don’t strike me all that positively.

      Anyone capable of navigating the responsibilities of adult life; balancing a checking account, holding a job, etc. will have something to offer a child, and when you teach the basics, it helps to stimulate learning on the part of the teacher, as well as the student. While I see the use for formal education in some fields, I don’t think that every skill requires formal education, and certainly, people can learn on their own, and at their own pace … and children are surprisingly gifted at learning. Give them a bit of help and guidance, and kids can learn a lot, in a short period of time.

      As regards socialization; that’s just natural. We are social creatures, and children will socialize with neighbors, etc. without anyone telling them that they have too.

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