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April 30th 2015 @ 3:39 pm

Keeping Planned Parenthood out of the classroom can do the same thing. Planned Parenthood indoctrinates. It does note educate. If it truly educated the students about sexual health it would lose business, as seen by the attached chart.

The attached chart, created by the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, in recognition of the 24th year of their Parental Notification Law, See Hodgson v Minnesota, 1990, accurately reflects the rather sharp decline of teenage abortions in that state, following passage of the law in 1981.

The law requires that both parents be notified at least 48 hours ahead of the scheduled abortion for a minor. The law was passed by a bi-partisan legislature, something unheard of in California’s long history of extreme and partisan legislative make-up.

Minnesota has been able to keep good clean statistics. Abortions on teens declined from a peak of 2,327 to only 403 teen abortions in 2012.

California law requires no such record keeping of the number of abortions. However, if we had a Parental Notification Law, we can see that it would save lives. Three times Parental Notification laws have been placed on our state ballot and each time the numbers voting for PN laws has grown.
PROP 73, Nov., 2005, Special Election. PROP 85, Nov., 2006 Gubernatorial Election
PROP 4, Nov., 2008 Presidential Election.

California’s law makers, as witnessed by the phony hearings on Richard Pan’s SB 277, Mandatory Vaccinations, exposes the truth of the hostility of the legislators to the rights of parents and children.

In that situation hundreds of mothers and fathers, not once but three times, with infants in arms, both vaccine disabled and healthy, have appeared before the various committees to urge “NO” votes on blanket, government required vaccines, while only a scornful handful of supporters has spoken for the bill, yet, the bill passes. This is standard procedure on the part of the legislators when Planned Parenthood is in support of a bill.

Basically this same scene occurs locally, in schools and School Board hearings. Officials, state, county or local refuse to listen to parents yet they are sworn to protect the students, educate the students and use their tax dollars wisely.

Locally dozens of parents have been attempting to gain the attention of the Acalanes School Board with requests to remove Planned Parenthood from the school’s Sexual Health Curriculum agenda to no avail.

After seven months of trying beginning last year in October, the Acalanes School Board voted unanimously to retain Planned Parenthood and its curriculum as exclusive instructors in what they euphemistically call sexual health. It is really indoctrination into sexual pleasuring and conformity.
Students, in classes, learn a mantra in response to the question: Where do we go for contraceptives? We go to Planned Parenthood… at age 14, or 9 or however “age-appropriately” Planned Parenthood can sell its products, services and results (venereal disease and abortion).

In the Acalanes School Board vote taken this April, the school district staff wrote a glowing account of the Planned Parenthood program, appearing to recommend a few minor adjustments to the curriculum and parental rights to view material. In fact, they were only reiterating what the Board and school staff should have been doing all along.

What the school officials either don’t understand or are afraid to tell parents is that they, the local officials, are soon to be no longer in charge of much of anything except the color to paint the classroom walls, if that, even.

The demands placed on state and local school officials, in this instance regarding sex education, is coming through federal Common Core legislation. This will eventually make the local school boards non-functioning. The adjustments to the Acalanes curriculum is not coming from the locals, it is being handed down by the state who is receiving it from the feds who get it from groups like Planned Parenthood. Which may be why the Acalanes school officials hear only the voice of Planned Parenthood? Perhaps they hope to be supported in future, have their health care paid for by Planned Parenthood?

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Take away God, all respect for civil laws, all regard for even the most necessary institutions disappears; justice is scouted; the very liberty that belongs to the law of nature is trodden underfoot; and men go so far as to destroy the very structure of the family, which is the first and firmest foundation of the social structure.
- St. Pius X, Jucunda Sane, March 12, 1904