Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin joined WMAL’s O’Connor and Company on Thursday to discuss his latest efforts to empower parents with choices with respect to their children’s education, upbringing, and care. “What we saw yesterday was a bipartisan bill that reaffirmed parents’ rights to make these decisions,” Youngkin said. “If parents want their child to wear a mask, then their child can wear a mask; if they want their child not to wear a mask … they shouldn’t have to wear a mask.”
The State Government Leadership Foundation (SGLF) and N2 America launched “Childhood” — the third ad of a six-figure “Let Kids Learn” national ad campaign yesterday. The new television spot is airing in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, and Washington, D.C. on programs like Good Morning America and the View.
The ad highlights the hypocrisy of liberal leaders who stand by as their teachers’ union benefactors keep kids out of the classroom and fully masked, robbing them of key childhood experiences and development.
It is my honor to name our first recipient of our Parent Champion Award. We have established this award to honor someone who has gone above and beyond in championing the rights of parents in their children’s lives.
There is a parable that says “For such a time as this…” a leader emerges, prepared for the moment by all of that person’s life experiences before.
Free to Learn Action (FTL Action) released a TV advertisement today highlighting policy positions of former Governor Terry McAuliffe that would sideline parents as they work to maintain their influence on what their children learn and are exposed to in school.
The ad highlights the devastating consequences of allowing partisan political agendas to seep into schools while also undermining parents’ roles in their child’s education.
For months, for months, we’ve seen chaos seep into our schools, escalating into violence. Violence in our schools that lack security. A new instance each week until the unthinkable happened: Virginia – and America – awoke to the news that a young teenage girl had been sexually assaulted in her Loudoun County school – and worse, the school administrators covered it up, and Loudoun’s commonwealth attorney targeted the victim’s family.
Political outsider, successful business leader, and Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin’s campaign announced today the launch of a seven-figure statewide TV ad campaign highlighting Terry McAuliffe’s shocking statement at the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce debate this week: “I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”
In Hudson, Ohio, several days ago, Mayor Craig Shubert addressed the School Board. “It has come to my attention that your educators are distributing essentially what is child pornography in the classroom,” he said. “I’ve spoken to a judge this evening, she’s already confirmed that, so I’m going to give you a simple choice. You either choose to resign from this board of education or you will be charged. Thank you.”
Schubert then walked away to riotous cheers from a crowd of outraged parents.