This specific book references 10-year old fourth-graders engaging in homosexual actions and using language like “his little salamander between my fourth-grade fingers rapidly engorging with blood”.
It also used the word “f*ck” 44 times and “sh*t” 41 times before page 66, according to the mom.
This is my son, Cameron. He attends Leander High School and I’m going to explain to you the book that he received but Mr. McKay, I pray you are a man of your word. Last week I asked my children if I could check the books that they’ve picked up from the school. My son picked up this brand new book from the shelves in class, “Lawn Boy”. He was under the impression it was about a kid that ends up with a gig mowing the grass at Disneyland. I’d like to share a few quotes with you.
On page 19, “Not that it really matters, in fourth grade at a church youth group meeting out in the bushes, I touched Doug Goebbels d*ck, and he touched mine. In fact, there was even some mouths involved.” Next one, page 91, “What if I told you I touched another guy’s d*ck? What if I told you I sucked it? I was 10 years old, but it’s true. I put Doug Goebbels’ d*ck in my mouth. I was in fourth grade, it was no big deal. He sucked mine too. And you know what, it wasn’t terrible.” Page 174, “he talked about all times at the church but never mentioned our penises, or the fact that he never said 10 words to me after our little foray in the bushes. Not a single reference to holding or tugging or sucking d*cks. All I could think about while he was chatting me up, was his little salamander between my fourth-grade fingers, rapidly engorging with blood.” Page 230, “Why won’t you admit we suck each other’s dicks? We shared a HERSHEY’s Bar, then you showed me your dick. The next thing I know it’s in my mouth. We suck each other’s dicks and you’re pretending it didn’t happen.” What sort of diversity are you intending to teach my child with material like this? In addition, I’ll share with you the exceptional quality of vocabulary, I stopped counting on page 66 After 44 f*cks, and 41 sh*ts. The depravity of the content on the shelves in our schools cannot be mitigated with policy.
At this point, I need you to know that according to policy FH, local sexual harassment is defined as unwanted sexual advances sexually motivated verbal nonverbal conduct, or other conduct or communication of a sexual nature, when the conduct is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it affects a student’s ability to participate in or benefit from an educational program or activity or otherwise adversely affects a student’s educational opportunities or creates an intimidating, hostile educational environment. What sort of educational environment do you think the plethora of sexually graphic books selections create for my children or for any child for that matter? I won’t go into my fourth-grade daughter but we don’t, this is not a thing for fourth graders. Who normalizes sex acts between fourth graders? I’ll tell you who. Pedofiles. So it’s fortuitous that you invited the Leander police department to visit tonight so that we can talk about…
Board Member: All right, we have Speaker Number 23.
They canceled Dr. Seuss but this is good for children?
This satellite photo from Planet Labs Inc., a uranium enrichment plant is seen at North Korea's main Yongbyon nuclear complex, Sept. 18, 2021. (Planet Labs Inc. via AP)
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Protesters march outside of the Supreme Court on Saturday, after the court declined to block a new Texas law banning most abortions.
Shortly after Taiwan announced that it had successfully produced its own vaccine as it seeks to bolster its domestic COVID response, India has followed up on its promise to create its own homespun DNA-based COVID jab.
The DNA vaccine uses circular strands of DNA to prime the immune system against a virus - in this case, SARS-CoV-2. Researchers welcomed news of the first DNA vaccine's approval, saying it could be a major step forward in the battle against COVID. The jab, called ZyCoV-D, is administered into the skin without an injection, and has been found to be 67% protective against symptomatic COVID-19 in clinical trials.
Now that India has approved the jab and manufacturing is ramping up, ZyCoV-D will likely start to be administered in India later this month. Although the efficacy is not particularly high compared to that of many other COVID-19 vaccines, the fact that it is a DNA vaccine is significant, say researchers.
Close to a dozen DNA-based vaccines against COVID-19 are in clinical trials globally, and at least as many are in earlier stages of development. To be sure, DNA vaccines are also being developed for many other diseases. They have many advantages over mRNA vaccines that make them particularly useful in environments like India.
While mRNA vaccines were quicker to show strong immune responses in clinical trials, DNA vaccines are better suited for many economies because they are easy to produce, and the finished products are more stable than mRNA vaccines - allowing them to be stored at higher temperatures. They also don't need to be injected deep into the muscle tissue.
"If DNA vaccines prove to be successful, this is really the future of vaccinology" because they are easy to manufacture, says Shahid Jameel, a virologist at Ashoka University in Sonipat, India.
The urgency of combating COVID-19 has fast-tracked the development of vaccines that use more experimental genetic technology, such as mRNA and DNA vaccines.
With that in mind, we'd just like to note: at this point in the pandemic, tampering directly with DNA and RNA is totally fine, but taking a drug that has been approved by the FDA since 1998 (ivermectin) is blasphemy.
By Tom Ozimek of the Epoch Times,
The plaintiffs—including the Oregon Fraternal Order of Police and the Kingsley Firefighters Association—argued in a lawsuit filed Friday in a Jefferson County court (pdf) that Brown’s executive order violates a number of laws and want it blocked.
“Plaintiffs seek an order declaring EO No. 21-29 is unenforceable because it conflicts with Oregon statutes, would result in a common law wrongful discharge of the Plaintiffs, conflicts with the Oregon Constitution’s guarantee of free expression, and conflicts with the United States Constitution guarantee of equal protection, free exercise, and due process,” the complaint states.
Brown issued an executive order (pdf) on Aug. 13 that imposed a mandatory vaccine requirement on all executive branch employees. In the order, Brown said that, to date, around 70 percent of the state’s executive branch employees had taken the vaccine voluntarily, prompted in part by state efforts like organizing onsite vaccine clinics and financial incentives.
Citing the rise in COVID-19 infections and noting that both private and public employers across the United States have imposed mandates, Brown said it was time for tougher measures in Oregon.
“With the Delta variant raging in Oregon, with the state’s ability to fully return to in-person work continuing to be hampered by the risks from COVID-19, having implemented a series of incentives aimed at achieving voluntary compliance, and with full FDA approval of the COVID-19 vaccine expected within weeks, the time has come for any remaining state employees and those who work alongside them in state government to get vaccinated,” she wrote in the order.
The order gives Oregon state workers until Oct. 18 to provide proof of vaccination or face consequences that could include dismissal.
Ten days after Brown’s order, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave full regulatory approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
The plaintiffs argued in the complaint that enforcement of the order would result in wrongful termination, and they have asked the court to declare it unlawful and block its enforcement.
“The individual plaintiffs are Executive Branch employees … who want to exercise control over their own medical treatment and are being forced to choose between their rights privileges and liberties as citizens on the one hand and their employment, careers, and financial futures on the other,” the complaint states.
The Epoch Times has reached out to the governor’s office for comment on the suit.
Brown’s spokesperson Liz Merah defended the executive order in a statement to The Associated Press.
“Given the seriousness of the situation, employer vaccine requirements have become an important tool, and state government plays a part. It’s critical to protect state workers, workplaces, and facilities, as well as members of the public who use state services,” she told the outlet.
The lawsuit comes as Oregon has faced a sharp rise in COVID-19 infections in recent weeks, with a seven-day average of 2,222 daily cases on Sept. 2, compared to fewer than 500 in mid-July, according to state health authorities.
Facebook is under attack after asking users who watched a video featuring a black man if they want to: “Keep seeing videos about primates?”
The social media giant bans conservatives for posing Bible quotes or US flags — but somehow let this through to their audience.
Facebook blamed the mistake on AI and disabled the topic recommendation feature on their platform.
France 24 reported:
Facebook on Friday said it disabled its topic recommendation feature after it mistook Black men for “primates” in video at the social network.
A Facebook spokesperson called it a “clearly unacceptable error” and said the recommendation software involve was taken offline.
“We apologize to anyone who may have seen these offensive recommendations,” Facebook said in response to an AFP inquiry.
“We disabled the entire topic recommendation feature as soon as we realized this was happening so we could investigate the cause and prevent this from happening again.”
Facial recognition software has been blasted by civil rights advocates who point out problems with accuracy, particularly it comes to people who are not white.
The post Racist Facebook Apologizes After Social Media Giant Compares Black Men to Primates appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Law enforcement officers in New Zealand say they shot and killed a knife-wielding Islamic terrorist on Friday, at an Auckland grocery store within 60 seconds of the stabbing spree, Reuters reported.
The man went inside the home appliance aisle of the supermarket, grabbed a large knife from a case, and went on a 60-second stabbing spree. He was running through the aisles stabbing anyone and everyone "like a lunatic," one shopper told the Stuff.
"It's obviously a very big shock, completely unexpected," the husband of a woman who was stabbed. He asked not to be identified and called the attack a "bit of a nightmare."
The terrorist was killed in a hail of gunfire by law enforcement. The incident has been labeled an "extremist" terror attack.
The Sri Lankan man has been a resident of the island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean for a decade, and was inspired by ISIS according to reports. His name has yet to be released by police.
"A violent extremist undertook a terrorist attack on innocent New Zealanders.
"He obviously was a supporter of ISIS ideology," Ardern told reporters at a briefing.
Shoppers flee a mall after multiple people stabbed by ‘ISIS-inspired’ knifeman in New Zealand pic.twitter.com/RXjln1jAoS— The Sun (@TheSun) September 3, 2021
According to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, the man was considered a severe threat and was under "constant" police surveillance.
"The reality is, that when you are surveilling someone on a 24/7 basis, it is not possible to be immediately next to them at all times. The staff intervened as quickly as they could and they prevented further injury in what was a terrifying situation," Andrew Coster, the country's top police official, said.
A video was released on social media of the knife spree blurred out, but the fatal hail of gunfire from law enforcement officers can be heard in the background.
#BreakingNews : *Stabbing* New Zealand police shot dead a man after he entered an Auckland supermarket and stabbed multiple people, with at least six reported injured#NewZealand #Auckland #Stabbing #Woolworths pic.twitter.com/f4NWgxDevY— 5 News Australia (@5NewsAustralia) September 3, 2021
New Zealand has been on edge for attacks since a gunman killed 51 people at two mosques in 2015, leading to a widespread anti-gun campaign.
U.S. Navy theorists believe surface unmanned aerial vehicles are better entrusted with conducting intelligence and electronic warfare against the enemy fleet.The post What went wrong? Why the US has give a new role to its USVs? first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com.
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Just listen to the intensity of the celebratory gunfire in Kabul.— Murad Gazdiev (@MuradGazdiev) August 30, 2021
I get the sense the Taliban expended more ammunition on celebration than on actual combat over the past month
Going to be fun trying to sleep tonight pic.twitter.com/Jbq48O5WIg
Had to climb on to the roof… but yes.— Murad Gazdiev (@MuradGazdiev) August 30, 2021
Hundreds of tracer rounds are streaming into the sky at the airport. Taliban evidently celebrating victory pic.twitter.com/qVfxMCZ6Ik
WNU Editor: From AP ..... Taliban celebrate victory as U.S. troops leave Afghanistan (AP).
Update: Are these the last pictures of US soldiers leaving Afghanistan? According to Afghan journalist Masoom Ghaznavi he posted what he called “the last pictures of the occupation of our country,” showing US troops preparing to leave the airport. It is hard to differentiate the U.S. soldiers and Taliban fighters with their similar clothes and weapons.
The US war in Afghanistan lasted 19 years, 10 months and 25 days.— Murad Gazdiev (@MuradGazdiev) August 30, 2021
The war is over. America’s last troops have just left Kabul airport.
The Taliban won
A Shell petrochemical plant in Norco, La., on Monday.
A Marine stands guard in front of the US embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The initial Biden plan for the complete US troop draw down from Afghanistan was to authorize a security force of some 600 Marines to guard the massive US embassy compound in Kabul.
This was announced last Spring - of course long before the chaotic botched evacuation events of this month, which has seen all diplomats and military retreat to the confines of Hamid Karzai international airport.
Plans have drastically changed as on Wednesday during a Pentagon press briefing a military spokesman confirmed that the embassy will be completely abandoned.
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WNU Editor: Here is a prediction. When the last US soldier leaves the US embassy in Kabul, the scavengers will strip it clean within a few hours.
Russia's lead Admiral Gorshkov-class frigate test-fires the Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missile from the White Sea toward a land target on the coast of the Barents Sea more than 200 miles away in this photo published July 19. © Russian Ministry of Defense
Russia's Defense Ministry has signed a deal with a contractor to deliver Tsirkon hypersonic missiles to Russian troops by 2025, as President Vladimir Putin has vowed to put the weapons on "combat alert."
"A government contract on the delivery of the 3M22 missile (the Tsirkon hypersonic missile) has been signed," the defense ministry said in a statement shared with Russian state news agency TASS on Tuesday.
"The contract has been handed to CEO of the Research and Production Association of Machine-Building Alexander Leonov at the [Army-2021] international military-technical forum."
Speaking to TASS at the forum on Tuesday, Leonov confirmed that "the contract on Tsirkon missiles will be fulfilled by 2025. The missile has been standardized and can be used both from surface ships and submarines.
The only difference is in the launcher used on surface ships or submarines."
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WNU Editor: Russia is ahead in the development and deployment of these weapons.