I wanted to take an opportunity to highlight some of the great CT-4 citizens who are self-organizing around vital issues, with whom I align, and whom I support. There are many CT-based patriotic activist groups – all publicly fighting to preserve our nation’s founding principles, values, traditions, and liberties.
Arguably, the most prominent grassroots cause being waged right now in our communities and across the nation is the Parents’ Rights movement. There are several very active parents’ rights groups in CT-4 / Fairfield County, challenging school boards in an effort to retain their unalienable rights to raise their children according to the traditional moral codes of their families. They seek to return the classroom to the teaching of academics, and remove the pervasive sex education agenda, promoting radical forms of sexuality to kindergarteners and high-schoolers alike.
The Woke radical sex agenda trivializes monogamy, mocks sexual abstinence, demonizes heterosexuality, demeans the traditional Family Values of chastity, modesty and the protection of a young child's innocence, as not only reactionary and outdated, but as dangerously repressive and un-democratic. That deceptive gambit flips reality on its head! Parents across the district are becoming alarmed at the agenda’s pervasiveness, and have expressed their concerns publicly at school boards, only to be ignored, or crushed back with some astounding board votes against them. Parents who have stood up have been viciously mocked by both school officials and the corporate media running their town papers.
These brave citizens aren’t looking for a fight – they’re looking to be heard and respected – and they deserve to be. I’ve met with them and I support them – they are standing in the breach, and they need some reinforcements. If you are a parent, as I am, becoming aware of the totality of this corrosive agenda, or a teacher seeking a channel to get the word out about a destructive practice in your school - following are some parents’ rights groups, including contacts, which will help you organize and channel your opposition:
And of course, on March 24th Jim Himes voted against HR 5 – Parents Bill of Rights Act. Parents’ Rights is clearly a hill we must fight on. As the popular saying in the movement goes, “I don’t co-parent with the government.”
If you’re concerned, contact the good citizens organizing the above groups.... and follow my congressional campaign.