Austin School to Host “Pride Week”

Texas is one of the “red” (Republican) states that citizens of more leftist-dominated states are relocating to, but the following report proves that the problem is not in politics, it is in the schoolhouse. As long as the public schools are humanist, leftist, homosexualized propaganda institutions, it is only a matter of time when the Old America will be no more. The following is excerpted from “Austin School District,” PJMedia, Feb. 26, 2023: “LGBTQ+++ ‘Pride Month’ occurs every year in June. Austin Independent School District’s academic year ends on May 25, though, which means it loses out on the opportunity to groom the children in its care at that time. No matter: the school district just moved its ‘Pride Celebration’ to March 20-25, a time during which its captive audience is in class and ready to absorb the propaganda. Via the district’s website: ‘Every year, to celebrate LGBTQIA+ students, staff and families Austin ISD hosts its own Pride Week, a time to highlight the district’s commitment to creating a safe, supportive and inclusive environment. This year’s weeklong celebration is March 20-25, 2023, which aligns with the National LGBT Health Awareness Week. Pride Swag–Students and staff, during the week of March 20-24, please visit your campus front office to pick up Pride and Ally stickers, posters, flags, pronoun buttons and more!’ It’s unclear how many drag shows the children will be subjected to during the week.” We would also note that Austin, Texas, has participated in the asinine, super nutty business of defunding the police. Those who put their hope in conservative politics and Red States are bound to be disappointed. “My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus’ blood and righteousness; I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus’ name. His oath, his covenant, his blood, support me in the whelming flood; when all around my soul gives way, he then is all my hope and stay” (Edward Mote, “My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less,” 1834).

(Friday Church News Notes, March 10, 2023,, 866-295-4143)