Have you been following the scandals in the Montgomery County Public Schools?
Suffice it to say that the same School Board that said "Trust Us" we won't let the schools sexualize your kids - apparently allowed a school principal to sexualize his teachers, staff and students for over a decade...and then promoted him!
"Trust us" doesn't cut it with MCPS.
While people are innocent until proven guilty and the allegations in a major paper like the "Democracy Dies in Darkness" Washington Post aren't always true, the story is so detailed with so many sources and specific complaints it's even caused the School Board and County government to take it seriously.
- No wonder teachers and staff are afraid to speak out.
- No wonder Parents are demonstrating by the hundreds regarding "opting out" their kids from "storybooks" about sex for K-5th graders.
- No wonder STEM education takes a back seat to social activism at MCPS.
It is utterly amazing how the seven Democrat women who run the MC Board of Education and the Democrat woman and Prince Georges County resident who is the MCPS Superintendent neglect situations like this while pursuing political agendas. Do they care about educating our children at all?
We must pay attention to public education. Even if you don't have kids, it's where our citizenry comes from. Are we turning out great citizens supportive of each other, or kids who see themselves as confused victims with little or no skills who demand more from society than they provide?
2024 is a School Board election year, stay informed.
Read a synopsis of the allegations in MoCo 360 here, and below.
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The Democrats have recently engaged in some crazy behavior to court the Hispanic vote. They've made up an insulting term LATINX to use in their official communications, they've accused the overworked, largely Latino, border guards of racism and whipping migrants, and they've assumed opening our southern border would appeal to every Hispanic and Latino in America - whether here for generations or those who recently immigrated legally and have helped to build our great country. We've asked a number of our Members to write about the Latino community - here's a sampling.
Why the Republican Party appeals to more and more Latino voters.
By Dr. Mariela Roca
The Republican Party's increasing appeal to Latino voters can be attributed to several key factors. First and foremost, the party's emphasis on conservative values often aligns with the social and religious values held by many Latino Americans. Issues such as faith, family, & freedom resonate with a significant portion of the Latino community, particularly among Catholic and evangelical Christian Latinos. Additionally, the Republican Party's commitment to limited government, lower taxes, and deregulation appeals to Latino entrepreneurs and small business owners who prioritize economic growth and self-reliance.
By Harold Maldonado
As we celebrate Hispanic heritage month, we observe the patriotic contributions this community has made to the fabric of our country. From culture, music, science, conservative family values, and most importantly, we appreciate the Patriotic fervor in which Hispanics have served in our armed forces. Another trait that makes Hispanics – the largest minority in the country (19%) – unique is their rich diversity within their communities. From Central America, the Caribbean, and further down into South America, the Hispanic community is not a homogeneous group, but rather a diverse ethnic group that incorporates the original natives from the continents, blacks, and people that have European roots and a combination of peoples that underpins the rich and colorful culture.
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Of the 10 most populous cities in the United States only one has a Republican Mayor, Dallas, Texas. Mayor Eric Johnson recently changed parties from Democrat to Republican.
“This is hardly a red wave. But it is clear that the nation and its cities have reached a time for choosing,” Johnson wrote. “And the overwhelming majority of Americans who call our cities home deserve to have real choices—not ‘progressive’ echo chambers—at city hall.”
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Brad Botwin, MCGOP Committee Member and Help Save Maryland Chair spoke at the September Third Thursday meeting held at La Mex in Gaithersburg last week.
It was a packed house for the presentation about the overwhelming number of people taking advantage of the Biden Administration's open border policy. Third Thursday is held monthly, check this newsletter for the next events in your area.