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Reason 186: Because Morally Confused “Officials” Will Make Morally Confused Decisions

We’ve talked about the many sexting scandals and the teacher-student sexual escapades, and other “inappropriate” behavior. And we’ve seen the institution wringing its hands over these young students actually doing what they were taught to do from the beginning. But now we have a married woman–in the traditional sense of that word, “marriage”.  And, as a teacher who lives in the digital age might do, she took some nude photos of her husband which she planned on using somehow for a Valentines Day present. Sounds like fun so far to me, and, there’s nothing “inappropriate” either. But then this poor lady steps out of her classroom for a few minutes and a student steals her phone, discovers the photos and distributes them around the schoolhouse. It looks like this has put the schoolhouse in quite the quandary. But they, being serious geniuses, figured out the right course of action: fire the teacher.

A Teacher Texted Nude Photos to Her Husband. Then She Left Her Phone on the Classroom Desk…

When 13-year veteran teacher Leigh Anne Arthur stepped out of her classroom to act as a hall monitor, she says she was only outside for about 5 minutes.

It was during that time, however, that a student at South Carolina’s Union County High School was able to get her cell phone off her desk, find nude pictures of Arthur on her phone, and – using his own phone – snap some copies for himself.

But it was a safe course. They certainly can’t blame the thief and distributor of the porn. Because–well just because. The teacher is a safe fall-guy because she’s married… to someone of the opposite sex, and she’s not a child.

This whole thing is pathetic. This thief should be prosecuted. In the end, however, this vile thief who has violated this poor teacher’s privacy and her personal property has learned a lesson that will stay with him for life; and the other students have learned it too. That lesson is that they live in a morally bankrupt society, and they attend a morally bankrupt institution put into place by that society.

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Reason 179: Because The Institution Is Not A Safe Place

In Reason 175, among others, I discussed teacher/student sexual relationships and the overreaction of the institution that assures us that, “children are gonna to do what children are gonna do.” Today I see this article about the state of New Mexico legalizing adolescent texting:

New Mexico teens can now legally sext each other and exchange nude photos

And here is the all-too-common defense of such a move:

Kids will be kids, and they’re going to make mistakes…

Oh sure. Kids will be kids. It’s a part of your child’s growing up experience. Why its completely normal for every man’s daughter to have nude pictures of herself being passed around the institution’s campus, and we need to decree that as okay, because kids will be kids don’t you know. No need to get upset about it.

So what we can glean from this is that the institution has taken sexting out of their “inappropriate” box and moved it to the “appropriate” box… just like that. So now your child who was involved in “inappropriate” behavior yesterday is now as pure and righteous as the wind driven snow today, thank you government, because the state has decided it is so, and it is, after all, the final arbiter of what is righteous and what is not.

Of course the institution is pushing this, through the ACLU,  because it is well aware that digital photographs in a digital age are completely beyond the control of any one person. And the younger, and more innocent, the better when it comes to perversion. This “law” slams the door open for predators and child pornographers who are using the institution for access to your children.

When you send your child to the schoolhouse, you are not sending her to a safe place. You are giving away control of the vast majority of her young life to strangers in an institution controlled from top down by people who are increasingly blind and lost when it comes to a moral compass. The institution is in a moral free fall. It is no place for your children.

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Reason 170: Because It’s Not A Matter of If The Schoolhouse Will Teach Morality

…the only question you need to answer is whose morality will it teach?  And to answer that question one only need look at the recent products of the education system, the so called “millennial” generation:

Not Recycling, Immoral; Viewing Porn, No Problem

Most Millennials feel that there is nothing wrong with pornography and that the real culprit of immorality is not recycling.

That’s one of the startling finds in a comprehensive Barna Group study done on pornography use among Americans and the Church.

Fifty-six percent of young people feel not recycling is bad while just 32 percent feel porn is bad.

Now where would these young ones have gotten an idea like that? Are you looking forward to having a child who demonstrates his “moral” acumen by ensuring that the boxes that his porn shipment came in are recycled?   Is that the best hope you have for your children? If it is, the schoolhouse is will definitely be on your side.

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Reason 167: Because Of The Prevalence Of Porn… Everywhere

I’m reminded of that old Smokey Bear ad, “Only YOU can prevent forest fires”. But there is a different kind of fire that is much more prevalent and is scorching the hearts and minds of millions, porn. And only YOU can prevent porn. And only YOU can prevent your child’s mind being defiled by porn if you have direct oversight.

Let’s face it, iphone = porn. ipad = porn. Internet = porn. Got that? Mix young boy with iphone with data plan and you have a recipe for defilement. It’s just that simple. And homeschooling want fix that, but it helps.

We have as story today from the fine folks at Life Site:

6-year-old claims he saw lesbian porn in Catholic school, parents demand answers

You’ve gotta love this. They send their child off to the Church Schoolhouse and he sees some porn while there. Answers are sure in demand, but it’s the parents who ought to be answering.

I saw my first porn picture in the fifth grade on the government school playground. I can still see that picture like I saw it yesterday. But today’s children have ready access to moving pictures… yes in your church school too. I repeat, internet = porn access. But there is a better way, and it involves control. I call it, isolate, insulate, liberate.

The child in this article was six years old. I can see no reason to open the door to a discussion on porn for an innocent 6 year old. But if that child is out of sight in an institution that has access to internet, then you don’t have control. You cannot isolate that child. As a home school parent you stand a better chance at ensuring a decent childhood for your child for one reason if no other, control.

As the child gets older a transition takes place into insulating your child, which also involves control, but an increasing lesser amount. You begin to prepare your child for what he will be encountering, and give him tools to process it and avoid it if necessary.

Finally your child is liberated. Hopefully you have prepared him to manage his passions, and to have some idea what to expect from those passions as they rage within his own body. If you’ve done your job, and God has grace on your efforts, those passions will be channeled into marriage and there will be lots of children and lots of joy.

 

For additional reading see this great article:

http://fightthenewdrug.org/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-20-something-porn-addicts-porn-binge/

 

 

 

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Reason 102: Because The Institution Will Put As Much Porn In Your Children’s Hands As They Can Get By With

Here ‘s a story that’s been on going. It involves a poor father, William Baer, who finally discovers that the schoolhouse is no place for his child. Unfortunately he thought it was an isolated event, and so tried to fix it… and got himself arrested. From the CBS story:

Baer’s daughter was assigned to read “Nineteen Minutes,” by Jodi Picoult, for her Gilford High School English class… There is some controversial material in the book, including a sex scene. “It reads like a transcript for a triple-X porno movie,” said Baer. “We had no notice of it whatsoever, no written notice, no verbal, nothing.” He took his concerns to a school board meeting. When he exceeded the allotted two minutes for public comments, he was told to stop talking. When he refused, he was arrested.

So what was the standard that the schoolhouse uses for “appropriate” material? The story gives us a clue here also:

School officials have said it has important themes, and its defenders say it’s thought-provoking and appropriate for the ninth graders who’ve read it there for years.

So there you have it. As long as your children’s porn “themes” provoke “thought”, and it has become “normal” based on the fact that they’ve been reading the porn for years, why then that makes it just hunky-dory cool as can be.

I hope this dad sees the evil that’s being perpetrated on his precious child. I hope is brings her home and fills her mind with things which are pure, righteous, praiseworthy and true. I hope he does.

H/T Glenn

 

 

 

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Reason 69: Because When You Look Under The School House Rock, You’ll Find Maggots

Maggots love decaying flesh, and that’s what you’ll find in the state school. In reason 68 I discussed what has been termed “the sexting scandal”. But as I said, the scandal is not sexting, it’s the rotting fleshiness of the schoolhouse that incubates cultural rot. So let’s dig a little deeper. It turns out that this has been on going, and for reasons obvious to anyone who’s paying attention, nothing was done. This from a New York Times article:

The “sexting scandal,” as parents are calling it, shocked many, and it has also elicited anger from parents who say they knew about this type of photo-sharing for years and sought unsuccessfully to get school officials to intervene. Heidi Wolfgang, 41, a mother who no longer lives in the district, said in a telephone interview that she had spoken to a Dan City Middle School counselor in 2012 after she found photographs of a nude adolescent on a cellphone owned by her daughter, then 12.

“He told me there was nothing the school could do because half the school was sexting,” Ms. Wolfang said. She called the response “heartbreaking,” and said she eventually decided to educate her child at home. (smart woman)

Mr. Welsh (the superintendent) said that like other school systems across the country, Canon City schools had received reports of students exchanging lewd photographs, but that he had not been aware of the scope of the issue until recently, when officials received anonymous tips through a system called Colorado Safe2Tell. “If there’s not a lead that takes you to this larger thing going on, why would you go there?”

The fact is that there was knowledge of this before hand by school officials. Some maggots do crawl out from under the rock and are noticed by some:

Another mother, Lisa Graham, 46, said her daughter… had been “propositioned by multiple guys” during her freshman year. “She received unsolicited photos from guys… I’m frustrated if people knew and didn’t shut it down three years ago.”

The School principal, Mr. Meuli, betrayed his institutional attitude:

…the school had had to handle a few instances in which a girl would break up with a boy and fear that they would circulate intimate photos of her, but that nothing this serious had been brought to his attention before”

Someone once said that “A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.” Mr Meuli manages to turn this around when it comes to child pornography. It seems he’s saying “Hundreds of defiled children is a tragedy, but if it’s just your child’s photos being sent around campus, it’s not serious.” But that’s what you should expect from an institution that is morally bankrupt from top to bottom. Of course parents are shocked and surprised, which is a scandal in its own right. And I’m sure they’ll be shocked too when it’s discovered that there are teachers who have their own little stash of collectables?

 

Of course the institution runs to its temple to seek answers from the “experts”. Their advice sounds eerily like the advice that has sown the seed to this sort of depravity in the first place.

Amy Adele Hasinoff, an assistant professor at the university of Colorado denver… contends that schools need to find new ways to talk to students about the issue. Rather than just demanding that students abstain from sending risque’ images, she said, educators should aim for open conversations that involve guidance in “safer-texting” with trusted partners. Teachers and school officials “think they’re protecting people from harm but we know it doesn’t work”

Why are the American people so naive, especially when being so is dangerous? Just reading Hasinoff’s words ought to tell us that this is not a Canyon City Colorado problem, but a national institution problem. And the institution cannot fix it, and will probably make it worse by taking liberal elitists, like Hasinoff’s, advice, and why not?  Law evolves. Morality evolves. If the boys can’t look at your daughters in the restroom, who’s to say it’s wrong for them to look at them on their smartphones? And besides, so we’re told, porn is mainstream, and it could be a lucrative career for your child, and it would b wrong to judge her if that is the career she chose.

Is this what you want for your child? If it is, then the public cesspool is probably a great place to send your child off to. But I’m with Ms. Wolfgang. I think you ought to bring your child home to the ultimate safe place.

 

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Reason 68: Because You Don’t Want To Raise “Normal” Children

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Moral confusion abounds in the school house. That’s because confusion is taught in the school house. And it’s taught because the institution is itself morally confused at its highest levels. A few kids are now learning that it’s a dangerous thing when the institution that teaches lawlessness, and the institution that writes and enforces laws, is ultimately one and the same.

Here’s the story from Breitbart:

HIGH SCHOOL ‘SEXTING’ SCANDAL WIDESPREAD, POSSIBLE FELONY PORN CHARGES FOR CO TEENS

From the story:

A massive sexting scandal involving hundreds of students unfolded this week in a Colorado high school where students, possibly as young as eighth grade, allegedly messaged nude photos of themselves and others. The teens were allegedly sharing and collecting them like baseball trading cards. The teens’ actions could end with some students being charged with felony child pornograph.

I honestly can’t imagine the staggering incredulity that these young ones must be experiencing over the reaction to their sexting. They, after all, have a true perspective of the reality in which they live. So let’s look at that perspective. Here are a few things children are given or taught in the state’s institutions of education from an early age:

  • Lots of Condoms, and lots applauding of and encouraging to use even more condoms.
  • IUD’s to children at a young age.
  • Sex education that shuns abstinence as prudish and foolish
  • Liberal access to abortions
  • Moral relativism
  • Postmodernism
  • Secular Humanism

Hey, and let’s not forget a few more realities:

  • Almost every child carries in his pocket a device that gives him 24/7  access to all the porn the the sickest sicko could imagine.
  • He lives in a sexualy permissive culture with all things sexual all the time.
  • There is a  throw the doors open wide, ya’ll come-on-in attitude to the Butchers at Planned Parenthood and their “sex advice“, as well as other powerful sexual organizations bent on retraining your child’s mind.
  • Scandals seem to abound of teacher-student sex, and the world is more enamored than disgusted by it.
  • We are seeing the same seeds of pedophilia that we saw sown with homosexuality not that long ago, with much fruit since.
  • Promiscuous behavior is encouraged, or at least acceptable.

In the end the schoolhouse begins to look just a little bit like a taxpayer funded sex-pit.  And the whole world, media, culture, and yes, the schoolhouse from top to bottom, appears to be completely on board for all things sexaul all the time with the possible exception of sex within marriage. The last thing we ought to be when “scandals” like this erupt is shocked.  No, this is not the scandal. The schoolhouse is the scandal. These revelations are the mere consequence of that scandal. And if you think that this is an isolated case, then you are the problem.

Still, even if you do live under a rock, and vote for perverts every time the polls are open… even still, your children will fare better at home with you than in the stew your blind ignorance is creating. No child deserves public school.

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Reason 12: Because A Rotting Culture Produces Rot

The Mild-Mannered Band Teacher’s Night Job As A Porn Star Cost Her Her Day Job… So Far

I’m positive that history is full of examples of less than savory teachers teaching other people’s children in public school, just as there are millions of examples of great teachers, who are excellent moral examples doing the same.  But it is a mistake to see stories like this as an outlier.  A few things to consider:

  1. Does anyone really think that the NEA is going to let this stand?  What judgemental nerve of a school administration, firing a fine outstanding citizen like this woman, who is just trying to earn a little extra money with a night job.  Does anyone really think this woman’s teaching career is over?
  2. It ought to be more of a shock that she was fired than that what she was fired for.  I personally am shocked.
  3. Where there’s one, there’s many.  You live in a rotting culture.  A rotting culture produces rotten citizens who are amoral.  Some of those citizens are going to be teaching your children.  In reality, that this woman was discovered, is a fluke.
  4. Porn is readily available and increasingly acceptable.  Which is worse?  This woman participating in making porn, or the other teachers sitting in their basements at night masterbating while watching her?  One thing you can know is that you don’t know who is teaching your children if they go to public schools.

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