Arkansas lawmakers enact transgender youth treatment ban

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas lawmakers on Tuesday made the state the first to ban gender confirming treatments and surgery for transgender youth, enacting the prohibition over the governor’s objections. The Republican-controlled House and Senate voted to override GOP Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s veto of the measure, which prohibits doctors from providing gender confirming hormone treatment, puberty […]

Parents initiate petitions in Conroe ISD, Montgomery ISD to end forced facemasks for children during school

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe and Montgomery, September 4 – Parents at Conroe Independent School District (CISD) and Montgomery Independent School District (MISD) have begun petition drives to end the forced wearing of facemasks by children during school classes and busrides. Since Texas Governor Greg Abbott has left these decisions up to each school district, […]

Editorial: Are public schools the enemy within? Or are they the means to create a different enemy?

Editorial: Are public schools the enemy within? Or are they the means to create a different enemy?

Kelli Ann Cox, Publisher, The Golden Hammer Are public schools the enemy within? Or are they the means to create a different enemy? As parents now have the opportunity to look at the curricula foisted upon their children through online learning during the Chinese Coronavirus panic, they’re uncovering the strong liberal and collectivist propaganda in […]

Ready to let the government raise your children? Send them to Willis High School, as English teacher Lane pronounces government predominance over parents

Ready to let the government raise your children? Send them to Willis High School, as English teacher Lane pronounces government predominance over parents

Image: Willis High School English teacher Anthony Lane doesn’t believe parents should be sovereign over their children but rather that teachers know better what moral believes to engender in children. Willis, November 14 – Since at least 1923, in the United States Supreme Court decision of Meyer versus Nebraska, it has continuously been the law of the […]