Is Mandatory Kindergarten in California’s Future?

(California Family) A group of California lawmakers are advancing legislation to mandate kindergarten for all California families. Currently, California law does not require children to report to school until the first grade, effectively making kindergarten optional.

With waves of new sex and gender education curriculum now in schools, many parents question the move. The demand would allow the left to indoctrinate children with their sex-centric worldview a year earlier than before. Some also believe it may be an effort to pull more money into a public school system that continues, in many places, to hold out from actually providing an education.

Majority of Americans Say Cancel Culture Is A Threat To Freedom

(Standing for Freedom Center) ...A recent Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll revealed that 64 percent of respondents say there is a “growing cancel culture” that threatens their freedom, with 54 percent saying that they are concerned that if they share their political views online, they could be banned from social media or fired from their jobs. Only 13 percent of respondents say that cancel culture is not a problem.

Mark Penn, director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey, said, “It is a chilling finding that most people in the country now are afraid they would be fired if they expressed their real views on social media.”

Coke Gets A Kick In The Can From Consumers

(FRC) A week into the fiasco over Georgia's election law, most Americans want to know: just who are these woke CEOs listening to? Not to their shareholders, who can't make a profit when their companies alienate half of the country. Not to lawyers or legislators, who could set them straight on what the policy actually does. And certainly not to U.S. consumers, who are sending a resounding message that they're done with businesses who can't check their radicalism at the door long enough to read a 98-page piece of legislation.

"It's insanity," Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) agreed on "Washington Watch." Like most people, he can't believe that Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola, Delta, and so many others would put the solvency of their companies on the line to make a political point that -- it turns out -- isn't even true!

Mask-Wearing Represents Fear and Blind Obedience

(Townhall) When I see people walking outside, often alone with no one anywhere near them, wearing a mask, my primary reactions are disappointment and sadness.

I am disappointed because I expected better from my fellow Americans. I never thought most Americans would be governed by irrational fears and unquestioning obedience to authority. I have come to realize that I had a somewhat romanticized view of my countrymen.

Had you told me a year ago that nearly every American in nearly every metropolitan area would cover their faces for over a year because one man, one political party and the media told them to, I would have responded that you underestimate the strength of the American character.

Past time to fight back

(OneNewsNow) If the left is going to hijack the most powerful institutions in America and then weaponize them against voters in red states, the only alternative for conservatives is the formation of alternative companies in every industry.

This week, on the basis of whole-cloth lies, major corporations went to political war with the state of Georgia. The lies at issue revolved around Georgia's new voter law, characterized by both Stacey Abrams and President Joe Biden as a new form of Jim Crow.

What do these dastardly new voter restrictions do?

Police Raid, Shut Down Church for Violating Lockdown Order

(LifeNews) Supposedly for the purpose of saving lives, authorities in Canada are erecting a fence around an Alberta church that held Easter services last week in violation of COVID-19 restrictions.

Leaders of GraceLife Church in Alberta said police raided the church early Wednesday morning and then set up roadblocks to prevent anyone from entering the property, The Post Millennial reports.

Church leaders also posted photos online showing a metal fence that authorities erected around the building to prevent people from coming to church.

Arkansas Makes History with Veto Override

(FRC) Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) had a say in the SAFE Act -- but he won't have the final one. This afternoon, barely 24 hours after the governor tried to sink a bill to protect children from life-altering transgender surgery and drugs, the state legislature voted to override him. By a 71-24 vote in the house and 28-7 vote in the senate, leaders like Rep. Robin Lundstrum (R) sent a resounding message that they won't be deterred from doing what's right for Arkansas kids.

Monday, after the governor refused to stand up and do the right thing, Robin -- the SAFE Act's House sponsor -- told me on "Washington Watch" that it was tough to watch. "... [A]s soon as the governor's letter explaining the veto arrives, which I suspect will be [Tuesday] at one o'clock, we will address it then. And I hope that we can override the veto and we can protect children in Arkansas now."

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