Pete Chagnon, OneNewsNow.com
A pro-family advocate is urging people to voice their concern over a resolution sitting before Congress.
Congressional Resolution 92 will receive an up-or-down vote on or before April 17, which is the National Day of Silence -- a day when students across America are encouraged to show their support for the homosexual community by refusing to speak.
The resolution seeks to affirm congressional support for the event and encourage local education authorities to adopt policies that prevent bullying based on sexual orientation.
Read the full story here.
Laura Higgins, Illinois Family Institute:
"Promoters of the Day of Silence are successfully seducing the public into believing that this day of public school political protest is centrally about bullying. It's not. It's centrally about using public resources to transform the views of children and teens on the morality of volitional homosexual and cross-dressing behavior. When promoters of the Day of Silence assert that its purpose is to end bullying, they conveniently avoid saying that the means they use to end bullying are to affirm volitional homosexual acts as normal and good."
Read the rest of her article, and what you can do, here.
Update: Check out a new website called True Tolerance that helps parents stay informed and know how to deal with gay agendas being promoted in their child's school.
Especially informative was this link that has examples of actual training materials used as propaganda in the classroom.