The folks unhappy with pornography are attacking the wrong target. Libraries don’t traffic in pornography. That is the job of the internet.
Unfortunately, the US Supreme Court has opened a back door to the Idaho treasury–if states provide taxpayer money for private schooling, they must also provide it for religious schooling.
We have Idaho’s fledgling Attorney General Raul Labrador, going beyond his scripted duties under Idaho law and inserting himself into an education controversy that is none of his business.
My theory is that the Idaho Freedom Foundation has sustained substantial damage to its credibility so MSPC was called in to present a gentler voice in advocating for the same things.
If we take seriously our obligation to honor those who have risked their lives to protect and preserve the American system, each and every one of us must stay better informed on the issues of critical importance to the state and nation.
It is important that the young people of this state and nation be exposed to a wide range of books, even though some may contain words or concepts that make people uncomfortable.
Instead of trying to tear them down, like IFF loves to do, we should be doing our level best to build them up with proper funding and strong public support.
It is a contemptible lie to claim they are trying to subvert local values, instead of doing their level best to give our kids a decent education.