Why Does This Remind Me Of Our Local School Board?

Face it, your local school board doesn’t give two whits what you have to say.

Whether it is a complaint of how they are spending taxpayer resources, common core, or the introduction of inappropriate materials to our youth, they just don’t want to hear it.  In Traverse City, parents have been ignored when sexually explicit curriculum was given to their adolescent children, and that curriculum was allowed to stand.

In the last couple of years, TCAPS board member’s own emails have revealed their disdain for CERTAIN parents who disagree with their choices.  One person seems to rub them the wrong way though he has yet to disrupt:

Don’t think for a moment Mr. Gillman is out of line to expose the school board. Here is a quote I received after requesting a FOIA of TCAPS commissioners E-Mails. From Commissioner Gary Appel to another board member ” If Mr. Nepote shows up to speak at our board meeting, we should have the High School Ski Team, beat him up”. Also on two occasions the TCAPS school board called the police when I entered a public meeting, they told the police they were afraid I would disrupt the meeting. The officer thanked me for my comments when the meeting ended.

Fortunately, we still have some quality law enforcement here.

In New Hampshire, it seems they are not so lucky.

A Gilford, NH Parent was arrested at a school board meeting while objecting to the inclusion of sexually explicit material in the classroom.  Sorry, I mean for violating the “2 minute speaking rule.”   As I understand it, parents/taxpayers/residents are typically afforded more time to speak so this seems to have been a new policy, created for this meeting, to limit parents time to express their outrage over the inclusion of sexually explicit material in the school curriculum.

an excerpt of the materials given to 9th graders is below. (caution – we’ll give you the warning NOT given to parents before this was distributed – this is graphic.)

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The video of one parent being arrested for stepping outside of the two minutes time limit arbitrarily set by the board president is disgusting. Watch it.

And if not for the decency of our local police, the situation would be all too familiar.

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  4 comments for “Why Does This Remind Me Of Our Local School Board?

  1. Corinthian Scales
    May 7, 2014 at 11:33 am

    Not to worry. The Common Core folk, and their minions will soon replace that outdated material of Matt boinking Josie, with something more aligned to the Progressives' Marxist/Atheist/Sodomite agenda of promoting normative moral relativism.

    Bottom line, the school boards suck due to the bandwagoning "endorsement" effect bought off whores feed to the Boobus Amercanus voting herd, which apparently is happily content remaining fat and stupid.

    Just marketing...

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  2. KG One
    May 7, 2014 at 12:30 pm

    Does anyone find it strange that when this is in the hands of individual sickos, the full weight of the Michigan AG's office is brought to bear upon them.

    http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140505/METRO01/305050083/Ex-pension-official-faces-child-porn-case

    But when "educated" people essentially do the same thing, nary a peep.

    Why is that?

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    • Corinthian Scales
      May 7, 2014 at 1:39 pm

      See comment above. Checkbook of the Wooden Shoes in Bush-ite Blackwater lets Bill know when to jump and how high, my friend.

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      • KG One
        May 7, 2014 at 2:29 pm

        As much as I hate to admit this, I had actually given the crown on that side of the state just a little bit more credit than to simply turn a blind eye towards the deviants and sickos.

        The longer Schuette sits on the sidelines and does nothing to address it, the more it becomes obvious that they have all thrown themselves in with the perverts in academia.

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