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Last time we talked a little about the development of children’s brains and establishment of pathways that last a lifetime. Neuroscientists call this period of time which extends from birth into the second decade of their life the critical phase or period. It is the exact time which promoters of inclusion want access to your children’s brains, so they can inculcate their horrible agenda into your kids’ core!

Those individuals who classify themselves as “progressive” promote the ideology of inclusiveness. But they stretch the definition to include not just acceptance of those persons who practice other than monogamous marriage and Biblical sexual practices, but to teach those practices to our kids and accept them as being normal behaviors and beliefs.

Within the state of Virginia each county or district has a group of citizens who run for election to the School Board. It is this elected group of officials that decide policies and curriculum content for the schools under their jurisdiction. Thus, it is critical to have Board members who will uphold the desires of parents and the community at large to educate children, but not mess with their minds and morals.

But, you ask, how do I know what a candidate will do once they’re in office? How do I know that they won’t push to get this agenda into my child’s school?

I’m glad that you asked! Here are several ways you can vote wisely and knowledgeably:

  1. Look for the Voter’s Guide for your district on this web site and/or at your church. The Family Alliance of PWC prepares voter guides for every election and distributes them to area churches. Each candidate for office is interviewed or researched for their views on critical issues, Family Life education curriculum content being an important one. But the voter’s guide doesn’t necessarily contain enough information to make the wisest decision.
  2. Go to the candidate’s web site and read their stand on relevant issues. Perhaps they don’t mention Family Life Education as a topic and don’t intend to. So, then what’s the next step?
  3. Find the “Contact” button on their web site and either send an e-mail asking their stand on Family Life Education and its content; or
  4. Telephone and interview them about this matter. Be specific and make sure their answers are specific.
  5. Attend a public appearance of the candidate and raise the question during the Q & A session, or ask them afterward.
  6. Tell your friends what you have learned about that candidate, either pro- or con-.

If the candidate is pro-seamy curriculum, warn your friends and warn them well! If the candidate for School Board is conservative and will protect your child, rally your friends and their friends to vote that person into office! Be a grass-roots campaigner!

— Posted by Tom Salmon for Doris, a fellow member of the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance

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