Do Students in the U.S. Have a Constitutional Right NOT to Be ‘Captive Audiences’ to Left-Wing Ideology? by Robert Bridge

We all know about free speech, but do people have a right not to be forced to listen to something, especially when it’s under the auspices of the government? Of course the real answer to all this is to completely privatize education and people can stick there kids in classes of which they approve. From Robert Bridge at strategic-culture.org:

Around the country, furious parents are speaking out against their children being indoctrinated with the latest madness.

There’s a war on for the hearts and minds of children across the U.S. and the battlefield has become the very schools that millions of Americans are required to send their kids for a state-run education. But just as everyone has a constitutional right to speak their mind, members of the audience should never be forced to listen against their will.

In addition to the everyday worries over the physical safety of our children are concerns over their mental wellbeing, a subject that at one time could be largely taken for granted. No more. It’s no secret that many schools are subjecting children to lessons on transgender and alternative sexual lifestyles, as well as the racist ideology of critical race theory.

For millions of Americans on both sides of the political divide, these teachings are ideological heresies that have absolutely no place in the classroom. And make no mistake, people are no longer passively accepting the agenda. In school board meetings around the country, furious parents are speaking out against their children being indoctrinated with the latest madness to escape from the liberal laboratory of social engineering. Yet such teachings are already entrenched into the curriculum and will not go away without a major struggle.

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One response to “Do Students in the U.S. Have a Constitutional Right NOT to Be ‘Captive Audiences’ to Left-Wing Ideology? by Robert Bridge

  1. Parents Never shouldve passively accepted garbage ed.Most needed to be more involved in the ed process.They should have read alot of the textbooks,sat in on classes,helped the teachers,reviewed the homework,talked to principals.Many parents are/were happy to just be rid of jr. For several hours.Ed is my background,used to volunteer;e ded up homeschooling.Alot of the school insanity is also meant to drive students to Charter schools whether online or not.This has been a big issue in education for many years.Parents should’ve been going to schoolboard meetings occassionally or at least getting the minutes and budgets.

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