Skip to comments.Parents, Politicians And Protecting Our Children
Posted on 03/08/2018 8:22:07 AM PST by Oldpuppymax
"Permit the children to come to me; do not hinder them; for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these." - Jesus in Mark 10:14
Throughout the world by God's design - and apart from mankind's fallen and sinful nature - there is nothing more universal than the love of parents for their children and the desire to protect them. It is incumbent upon parents and all citizens to do whatever they can to protect Americas children, teachers and staff in our schools.
Tragically, the increase of heinous, immoral and murderous acts perpetrated on our young from the womb to the classrooms of America has metastasized like a California wildfire.
As the trafficking of children, young women and boys, the marketing of fetal body parts and the exploitation of young women for sexual purposes is increasingly exposed, the recent, mindless murder of 17 people - mostly teens - by a classmate in a Florida school punctuated the darkness and destitution of our society like a laser.
At least it should have.
But instead of discussing the real cause of our fall from grace into a moral pit of depravity, the nation's talking heads in the media and politics are, as usual, blaming the National Rifle Association (NRA), mental illness (a symptom of the problem) and the failure of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the killings in Florida. It is a method of deflecting the national discussion away from the truth.
Comments on February 15th by Todd Starnes, best-selling author and nationally syndicated columnist, reveal what is obvious to mature Christians but ridiculed by the scoffers who control the media, civil government, academia and our educational system.
Starnes writes, "Another American high school has been turned into a killing field. And the nation wonders why. What has happened to...
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All we need to do is reduce the amount of protection for our politicians to the level we have for our schools. When the pols lose their protective barriers and bodyguards, suddenly the reasoning and need for better school security will be clearly understood by them. (And if they don’t have a problem with reduced security, we’d save a lot of money!).
Governor Bevin of Kentucky is beyond admirable in his courageous response to a sneering feminazi reporter when he speaks from the heart as a father as well as a governor charged with protecting citizens. In this short video, he speaks with the strength, masculinity, and common sense these issues require:
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