Assault On Our Children

When Angel Elektra entered a Manhattan branch of the New York Public Library last Thursday, the clamor of children faded. Dozens of little faces swiveled around to watch the 6-foot-tall drag queen clad in teal and black lace glide through the space. Everyone could see Elektra’s thrilled expression from across the room: After all, it was painted on her face.

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A New 1st Grade Textbook Being Introduced

 A new state recommended social studies and history curriculum is being introduced in public schools around California that blatantly promotes a bias perspective on the policy achievements of governor candidate Gavin Newsom. Dubbing him “Champion for People’s Rights,” the first grade textbook teaches kids about “respecting the rights” of others by pointing to Newsom’s advocacy for same-sex marriage, while mayor of San Francisco. The text doesn’t even try to be objective and fails to mention that marriages for same-sex couples were not an established right at the time, but a brand new concept and only legal in a select number of countries.

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Transgender Indoctrination

This is part one of a three part series about how LGBT activists and state officials plan to use the FAIR Education Act (SB 48), to transform what California’s children believe about family, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and what parents and local school boards can do to stop it.

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The Ultimate Plan to Destroy America

The Cloward-Piven Strategy was published in The Nation in 1966. The strategy was developed by Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, professors at Columbia University in NYC. Piven was married to Cloward. They wrote an article titled "The Weight of the Poor: A Strategy to End Poverty," advocating increased enrollment in social welfare programs in order to collapse that system and force reforms, leading to a guaranteed annual income. This political strategy has been referred to as the "Cloward-Piven strategy."

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Anti-AmericanMarilyn Hagler
California Almonds: Why the Golden State is the Top Producer of this Beloved Snack

81% of the entire world’s almonds, 100% of the U.S commercial supply, are grown right here in California. The Central Valley has the optimum climate; you can’t go over the mountains to the coast or too far north or south. The climate has to be just right. You can’t just take your business to another state and start to grow them. Like all the crops grown here, almonds are also exported to about 90 countries world wide and they are a big deal for California agriculture. Almonds are California’s #1 AG export and #4 overall agricultural crop.

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