elites decided last month that American parents have no
"fundamental right" to control or oversee the
sex education of their children. That's the result of a
decision by the U.S. Supreme Court not to review an appeals
court ruling that dismissed a suit filed by parents against
a school district in California.
The court's failure to hear the parents' appeal means that government officials can invade the privacy of school children without prior parental permission.
In the Palmdale case, students were asked to respond to questions by circling one of four possible choices, "never," "sometimes," "lots of time" or "almost all of the time."
Students were asked if they were concerned about any of the following thoughts, among many others:
"Feeling afraid something bad might happen";
"Wanting to say dirty words";
"Touching my private parts too much';
"Thinking about having sex';
"Thinking about sex when I don't want to";
"Feeling scared of men'';
"Feeling scared of women."