A website run by people who rely on childhood indoctrination to advance their causes has accused their political opponents of infiltrating schools and indoctrinating students. Funny, I guess indoctrination is only cool if you’re the one doing it.
A few months ago I dramatically scaled back the activity on SecularVoices in favor of another project that’s dear to me. Here’s what I’ve been up to and what my plans are for SecularVoices.
An elementary school in Florida was caught promoting the Good News Club and a prayer function. Their reaction? Cover it up.
I’ve never eaten at a Panda Express, and after this, I’m sure I never will.
The Good News Club posted an article about avoiding 7 types childhood trauma. Here’s how the GNC subjects kids to each of them.
Good News Club volunteers are breaking the law again, this time in Wisconsin. Can parents do anything about it? I have an idea.
Winter is coming.
Well, I guess you win, Wittenburg. You’ve successfully covered up your violation of the Constitution and have hidden your illegal activity. Except…
This could be one of the clearest and best-documented church-state violations I’ve found involving the Good News Club in elementary schools.
With this move, the Good News Club is bringing their normally intensely-protected curriculum out into the public for all of us to see.