Sandy Rios

”If education were a product we would be suing,” wrote the mother of a 2010 high school graduate.  Her e-mail was so eloquent, it warrants no editing:

“Today I asked my son what country Napoleon was from.  He said Rome.

He just finished 12 years of public schooling in what has been called one of the top high schools in the nation.  Although he’s not a bookworm, he is a decent student.  He has better than a B average.

He doesn’t know which country Napoleon was from – let alone what he did.  I don’t think he was sick that day.

On the other hand, I’m going through his Social Study papers and see that he did learn that homosexual men in Samoa may perpetuate gay genes by being good uncles…

Twelve years.  If education were a product we would be suing.”

But the suit would likely be lost.  Reason left the classroom and the courts long ago.  And homosexual apologetics have been promoted so aggressively through the National Education Association, that faculty or staff dare not express an objection.  Public school hallways display rainbows and trumpet Gay Pride and Days of Silence, while renderings of the Ten commandments are forbidden.  In Deerfield, Illinois, a required Freshman orientation class features gay, straight, lesbian and bi-sexual students telling 14 year olds the ins and outs of homosexual sex with their young audience strictly forbidden to tell their parents.  In schools across the nation homosexuality is taught in every discipline from the use of math word problems related to same gender sex to the science of non-existent gay genes to history claiming Abraham Lincoln had a love affair with his law partner, Billy Herndon.

In Alabama an entire prom was cancelled because a lesbian student was not allowed to bring her girlfriend.  And in that rare case where homosexual students aren’t allowed to bring their partners to proms, local houses of worship are hosting gay proms in church basements.

Massachusetts, Vermont and California have blazed the trail on these matters…providing co-ed bathrooms in schools and allowing students even in some grade schools to alter their gender if so led.

After the legalization of Civil Unions in Vermont,  Outright Vermont, a homosexual advocacy organization hosted a weekend seminar funded by tax dollars that taught middle schoolers about a violent homosexual act called “fisting” and girls how to remove healthy breasts if they preferred  to be boys…complete with photos and live demonstrations. 

In California, a group called “Gender Spectrum” recently sent out a flyer to announce a conference to students 13-18:


Sandy Rios

Sandy Rios is Vice President of Family Pac Federal, a FOX News Contributor and host of Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR Talk.