Recently I reported on the firing of Mateo Rueda, now an ex-art teacher after showing 10- and 11-year-olds nude “artwork” at Lincoln Elementary School in Hyrum, Utah, on December 4. Now, Rueda continues playing the victim, aided and abetted by complicit reporters; libertines the world over; and, unfortunately, some good people who don’t realize that the media have mischaracterized his trespass.
Like most media reporting on the story, People magazine presented disgraced teacher Mateo Rueda in a flattering light. He was recently fired from Lincoln Elementary School in Hyrum, Utah, for showing young children nude “artwork.”
A new conservative, evangelical Christian college will open this fall in Boston, funded by a Harvard-educated physician and businessman.
Most of the children can't even read or do math at a proficient level, government studies show. But victims of government schools across California will now be forced to endure extreme state-sponsored “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender” (LGBT) indoctrination, whether parents approve or not.
Planned Parenthood Nebraska has introduced license plates for residents who want to show their support of abortion.
A new device that makes abortions easier and quicker is being celebrated by popular women’s magazine Glamour. But making abortions easier and quicker would be a cause for celebration only if abortions should be performed in the first place.
Despite the best efforts of the social justice warriors, science continues to disprove the theory that gender is a social construct rather than an innate quality determined by biology.
What do you say about a situation in which an elementary-school teacher forces children to view nude “art” despite their objections and without parental approval? If you’re like too many Internet commenters responding to just such a story, you call the children ignorant brats and snowflakes and label the school puritanical for taking action against the teacher.
Continuing to push the "progressive" agenda, a local Swedish church used a gender-neutral pronoun to refer to Jesus in a Christmas advertisement.
A Utah art teacher was recently fired for showing children art postcards that included nude images. Now some parents are up in arms and the school is accused of Puritanism and, contradictively, political correctness. But there’s more to the story than the media have told.