The Honk pill (Clown World)

This is why I was never a fan of the alternate flags for Cops (blue stripe) or Firemen (red stripe).

The whole idea of the flag is to UNITE behind it. 1 country, 1 common people.

I can understand the sentiment behind appreciating Firemen, Police, but then you're creating divisions. And where does it end? They have them for the military (green stripe), paramedics (purple?) and dispatchers, and...... It doesn't end until every little demographic has one (as we see). And people stop using the normal US flag.

Now the idea of the flag means nothing.

Now the idea of a Nation means nothing.

In essence, the US means nothing.
 

gat

Sparrow
This is why I was never a fan of the alternate flags for Cops (blue stripe) or Firemen (red stripe).

The whole idea of the flag is to UNITE behind it. 1 country, 1 common people.

I can understand the sentiment behind appreciating Firemen, Police, but then you're creating divisions. And where does it end? They have them for the military (green stripe), paramedics (purple?) and dispatchers, and...... It doesn't end until every little demographic has one (as we see). And people stop using the normal US flag.

Now the idea of the flag means nothing.

Now the idea of a Nation means nothing.

In essence, the US means nothing.
I agree but I think that ship has sailed. I have been re-reading The Sovereign Individual and some of this makes more sense given its hypothesis. In fact, it makes it stategic that we do the same and form our own organizations that unite the subset of us - organizations with their own symbols.

As such I am beginning to like the blue line flag because it is a nod to the foundation of our values but also a line in the sand against the values these rainbow flaggeds would steer our nation.
 

Garuda

Pelican
9/11 Honk:



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That's right. Roblox banned a kid for putting the Twin Towers in his game as a tribute.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
How can you get an abortion when you don't have sex? These people gotta make up their minds! And yes, I did the surname check and it was confirmed, as we already knew.

''Bette Midler is one of many celebrities who's using their platform to condemn the highly restrictive anti-abortion law that went into effect this week in Texas.
The four-time Golden Globe winner, 75, offered a creative approach to protesting Senate Bill 8, tweeting on Thursday, "I suggest that all women refuse to have sex with men until they are guaranteed the right to choose''

 

N°6

Hummingbird
We're fighting for the freedom to go to a restaurant, keep a job, feed our children, go to church, enter public transport.

What are they fighting for? The right to kill someone.


The cult’s knife and the tophit’s flame are surely anti-productive rather than a proliferation of reproductive freedom.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
@LaurenWitzkeDC: "The Lutherans just appointed their first transgender Bishop.

The Church chose to stay silent and avoid confrontation on the gay marriage agenda, and not even 7 years later, the LGBTQ Mafia has officially taken over the Christian church.
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budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member

Hudson mayor: School board should resign over material suggesting kids write about sex, drinking​

The Hudson (Ohio) mayor is asking all five school board members to resign or face possible criminal charges over high school course material that he said a judge called "child pornography."

Mayor Craig Shubert made the statement during Monday night's board of education meeting after multiple parents complained about the content of some writing prompts contained in a book called "642 Things to Write About" provided to high school students who are taking a college credit course called Writing in the Liberal Arts II.

Parents said there was a prompt that asked students to "write a sex scene you wouldn't show your mom," and another which said "rewrite the sex scene from above into one that you'd let your mom read."

Another prompt asked students to drink a beer and describe how it tastes. Parents said they felt these writing prompts and others were not appropriate for high school students.

One speaker said he was "appalled" by the content and requested that cameras be put into the classroom so parents could monitor what is being taught to their children. Another speaker said the material was "disgusting" and that it amounted to "grooming."

In a prepared statement, Superintendent Phil Herman said the "inappropriate and offensive writing prompts" were part of a supplemental resource used in the high school senior-level College Credit Plus writing sections.

"The district immediately determined this writing resource should not be in the hands of our students, and on Monday, collected the books from the students enrolled in the course," Herman said. "It is important to note that at no time were any of these inappropriate writing prompts assigned as part of the class."

'642 Things' book has been used in the past

High school Principal Brian Wilch said the class is offered in association with Hiram College but is taught at the high school. He also said the "642 Things" book has been used in the past.

Wilch told the board Monday that he and his administrative team apologized to the students' parents. The school is searching for replacement material that is suitable for high school students, he said.

"We did not exercise due diligence when we reviewed this resource and as a result, we overlooked several writing prompts among the 642 that are not appropriate for our high school audience," Wilch said. "… We feel terrible. At no time were any of these inappropriate prompts selected or discussed, but still they were there and they were viewable, and you can't unsee them."

Hudson mayor: Resign or be charged

Shubert on Monday night gave the board an ultimatum.

"It has come to my attention that your educators are distributing essentially what is child pornography in the classroom," Shubert told the board. "I've spoken to a judge this evening. She's already confirmed that. So I'm going to give you a simple choice: You either choose to resign from this board of education or you will be charged."

His statement was met with cheers and applause from many of the audience members.

The mayor said he would like to see all five members resign by the end of the month.

It's not clear whether the board can be held criminally liable for material that was being used in a class.

"We've never heard of criminal charges [filed against a school board] for curriculum," said Ralph Lusher, staff attorney with the Ohio School Boards Association.

Having not seen the book that was used in the writing class at Hudson High School, Lusher said he wouldn't want to judge whether the material "would cross a line or not."

While emphasizing he is not familiar with the Hudson Board of Education's process to approve curriculum, Lusher said school boards typically have a process where curriculum is reviewed by committees before it comes before the board for its approval. He said he believes it's "unlikely that something would get to them that is of such moral turpitude that it would bring criminal charges."

House Bill 110 takes effect this month

Lusher said state House Bill 110 — which takes effect Sept. 30 — will require school districts to have parents of high school students sign permission slips for College Credit Plus classes. The Ohio Departments of Education and Higher Education are working together to create a permission slip that will notify parents about mature subject material that could be part of the College Credit Plus course. There is not currently such a requirement.

Herman said an independent investigation is underway "to determine how these supplemental materials were reviewed and approved, and if any additional action should be taken."

"It is clear that as a district we did not properly review this resource, and for that, we sincerely apologize," he said. "We take great pride in the instructional experience of our students and take very seriously anything that negatively impacts our mission to provide an educational program that provides for the development of each child in a safe, nurturing environment.

"Again, we are reviewing our approval processes to make sure that nothing similar happens in the future."
 

Thomas More

Hummingbird
She looks a lot slimmer in the picture that's part of the exhibit. She's more of a whale than a mermaid now!

Edit: I see a couple other posts saying this is a dude. I hope they are just kidding. This person is not triggering my tranny radar. It appears to have small hands and feet, and its boobs look smaller in the exhibit, and bigger on the current fatter person, as you would expect.

It's unfortunate how often the uncertainty about a person's gender arises nowadays!
 

Jive Turkey

Woodpecker
She looks a lot slimmer in the picture that's part of the exhibit. She's more of a whale than a mermaid now!

Edit: I see a couple other posts saying this is a dude. I hope they are just kidding. This person is not triggering my tranny radar. It appears to have small hands and feet, and its boobs look smaller in the exhibit, and bigger on the current fatter person, as you would expect.

It's unfortunate how often the uncertainty about a person's gender arises nowadays!
This story is actually really sad and we should not be making fun of them. The person in the picture was the star of a TV show about transgender kids, and his/her mom basically groomed them into being trans and gave them hormone blockers and the genital removal operation at a very young age. Very sad story :(
 
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