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Bulletproof Children At School

When cell-phone videos surfaced from the Parkland shooting where students were crouched on a classroom floor with the sound of gunshots echoing in the background, it motivated parents to find ways to better protect their kids when they send them off to school. There are practical, long-term answers of course, including voting for lawmakers who back sensible gun restrictions, which ...

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Stop These Bleeping Kids From Cursing!

When I was growing up, I wasn’t allowed to swear.  It was very taboo and frowned down upon for a young child to spew out a curse word. I recall a time in elementary school where my best friend and I were playing outside during recess, and both said a curse word because we thought it would be cool.  We ...

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Stop The Desensitization Of American Children

It used to be easier for parents and adults to shelter children from the madness of society, extreme violence, and delusional people. Protecting innocent children and teens from the horror of the real world seemed to be a priority, but things have changed quite a bit over the years.  Thanks to TV, social media, and the liberal “anything goes” way ...

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Your Family Is Biased. It’s Not Your Fault, Blame The Filter Bubble

When you search Google or scroll through your Facebook feed, (or if you’re checking your children’s social media feeds), you’ve likely noticed ads or posts that seem explicitly tailored for you.  That’s because most search engines and social networks are built to collect data on preferences (based on search history, the things you click on and posts) and “push” more ...

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Why Don’t Pedestrians Look Where They Are Going Anymore?

When I was growing up, we took our parent’s hands, stopped, looked both ways, and listened for any oncoming traffic before crossing the road.  Nowadays the young and old keep their heads down, eyes on the pavement, without even a glance up as to what’s going on around them before crossing the street.  What’s wrong with these people? Why would ...

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Tide Pods Belong In The Washing Machine, Not In Kids Mouths

So what’s up with this crazy Tide Pod trend where kids all over America and the world are videotaping themselves eating plastic squares of laundry detergent?  It seems that this new social media trend gives a new, much different and deadly meaning to “washing your mouth out with soap.” Parents are rushing their kids to the hospital for eating laundry detergent ...

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Teen Suicide: Is It Being Glamorized?

The act of committing suicide is nothing new. Back in the old days where the only sources of information were by way of town gossip or telegraph, you didn’t hear much about suicide, perhaps because it wasn’t as widespread back then and because news just didn’t travel as far or fast. Nowadays we can share information instantly, even when it ...

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Hey Media and Schools! Stop Forcing The Gay Agenda On Our Children

From the very moment your child is born, they are influenced by the world around them, and everyday parents across America take careful measures to shield them from the outside world.  But when your precious kiddos go to school and are more aware of the world, how do you continue to shield them from the ever-growing liberal teachers, schools, TV ...

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U.S. Colleges Teach Communism Is OK

Did you ever think you would see the day your college kid would go to a class that teaches them communism is OK, and is an acceptable way of living?  Well, welcome to the new generation of college courses. Last year, Australian universities found themselves locked in a battle over academic freedom against the political beliefs of their Chinese students.  The ...

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How To Discuss Donald Trump With Your Children

Talking about our 45th President, Donald J. Trump, with your children, can be a touchy subject.  Our current president is not like previous presidents. Most had previous political experience, kept composure in high-pressure situations, and didn’t use Twitter as their primary form of communication to release their thoughts, objections, and goals to the citizens of the United States of America. ...

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