Alberta's NDP Premier Rachel Notely has introduced Bill 24, which could truly be called "the student sex club secrecy act."
It literally forbids teachers from telling parents what goes on in student sexuality clubs in schools, like those "Gay-Straight Alliances."
But what if the school — a public school — said, "We’re going to teach children about religion"?
No all religions, mind you. Just one...
Here's a story in the UK’s Daily Mail:
A furious stepfather has refused to let his 12-year-old stepdaughter finish her homework after she was asked to write a letter to her family about becoming a Muslim.
That’s not studying Islam. That’s role-playing becoming Muslim, and it's going on in schools in Europe and North America. I'll show you more...
A council in Britain is taking action to crack down on “Islamophobia” in response to some parents refusing to send their children on mosque visits arranged by schools.
Don’t you dare say a Christian prayer in any public building. But you must go to a mosque, or you're racist.
We can disagree on things like taxes, or this pipeline and that pipeline. But when people want to use your own children as political weapons; when schools themselves are treated as political indoctrination zones — that is far more important and insidious and immoral than anything that has to do merely with money.
NEXT: John Carpay from the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms joins me to explore the legal ramifications of Alberta's Bill 24, and the erosion of parental rights.
THEN: Private investor and writer Charles Ortel talks about the left's recent condemnation of Bill Clinton's long-time sexual crimes, and the possibility that the Clinton Foundation's corruption will finally be investigated.