School boards across the country are imposing extreme and dangerous mask mandates on children, and soon vaccine mandates. It’s all supposedly in the name of science and public health. But it’s not. It’s about control. They think that they own your children. They are teaching your children to be submissive. To accept dominion. In most places, the school boards are entirely Leftist. Because conservatives, people on the right, we have more important things to do, we think, than go to school board meetings. So we’ve ceded this ground, this whole area, to Leftists. And they’re poisoning the children, both physically and psychologically.

So we need to run for school board. You need to run for school board.

Read:
Max’s Federalist article about mask mandates:
https://thefederalist.com/2021/06/03/if-you-dont-think-mask-rules-threaten-freedom-watch-this-grandma-arrested-for-not-masking/

Cease and Desist Letter Sent to New Hampshire School Board: Stop violating the rights of the public:
https://cdn.ricochet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/GWRSD-Memorandum-of-Law-RE-Public-Meetings.pdf

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  1. DaveSchmidt Coolidge
    DaveSchmidt
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    Many school boards are in lockstep with their local teacher union.  

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  2. Arahant Member
    Arahant
    @Arahant

    DaveSchmidt (View Comment):

    Many school boards are in lockstep with their local teacher union.

    Because not enough people get involved.

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  3. I Walton Member
    I Walton
    @IWalton

    Good focus on importance of school boards.  Not enough, but a minimum.   New Zealand, no longer nursed by  Great Britain because the latter joined the E.C. had to adjust.   They radically liberated their economy, including their schools.  New Zealand eliminated school administrations, turned schools over to teachers and parents and made them compete with each other for students.  The money went to parents who could pick the school they wanted.  New Zealand went from the bottom of all industrialized country schools, to the top, just beneath Singapore almost overnight.   We could do something similar. Give the money to parents and let them pick.  New Zealand got rid of lousy teachers because they cost them students.  Freedom works.

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