These days people are afraid to take risks. They’re afraid they’ll fail or people, including the media, will criticize and make them a laughing stock. However, in today’s world we have to take risks or we stand to lose everything we hold as precious and free.
Patrick Henry proclaimed, “Give me liberty, or give me death!” In our nation’s colonial history, our forefathers DID speak out against tyranny and taxes. They were unmindful of the consequences, should they be negative. Many actually gave their lives so we could have the freedoms we enjoy today. Ultimately, they made a sacrifice for us, and we must do the same thing for generations coming after us. If we don’t, our country as we know it will not endure.
That’s why we have this web site: to raise issue with some of the prevailing trends of the day in our society, especially the sexual revolution and its effect on our children and on parents’ rights to raise their kids the way they want to. We are willing to challenge what is happening, regardless of the repercussions.
Either we stand for something or we fall for anything. Case in point: transgenderism and the whole sexual revolution. We need to speak out about the fallacy of biological males not identifying as males and wanting special rights as self-identified females. They may believe what they want about themselves. That is called freedom. But, they do not have the right to compromise our freedom by imposing their beliefs and practices on the rest of us, especially our children.
The past several decades have whitewashed loyal Americans’ minds so that they fear pushing back against the LGBTQ agenda, socialism, racism, abortion, etc. because of retaliation from friends, the community and the media. The formal term for not speaking the known truth is Political Correctness. It is high time Americans rise up against its dangers! It’s time to speak out! It’s time to act! The time is now.
That is why Elizabeth Schultz and Meg Kilgannon will share their experiences with the Fairfax County school board, the students’ curriculum and sex education at our dinner meeting on September 28 (Click on => 2019 Fall Fundraiser). We must ward off the possibility of lewd content encroaching into the Prince William county schools’ classrooms under the guise of education. Plan to attend and invite a friend or neighbor to come, too. It will be a pace-setting evening!
Behold the turtle. He only makes progress when he sticks his neck out. — James Bryant Conant (from here) (meaning of idiom here)
— Posted by Tom Salmon for Doris, a fellow member of the Prince William and Manassas Family Alliance