Do parents have any rights regarding concerns they have about their children being forced to mask up for 8-10 hours at a time in public schools ?
Do you find it ironic and frustrating that nobody was masked at the Super Bowl, including celebrities and political influencers, and yet children the very next day were mandated to mask up all day at school ?
Are there real studies that show masks are not only ineffective in preventing the transmission of the Wuhan virus but actually harm people, especially young children, physiologically and psychologically ?
Are children in public schools being intimidated and looked down upon for not aligning with teachers and administrators who are advancing the covid experimental jab ?
Questions we’ll discuss with an Anchorage individual, who wishes to remain anonymous, on “I’m Glad You Said That” today. She is involved in an effort locally to hold Anchorage School Board members accountable for mandating, what she says, are unconstitutional, unscientific and harmful policies on children in public schools. She is serous about this and is taking legal measures. Her and others have created a Facebook site called Learn, Play, Breathe.
If you wonder why she wants to remain anonymous, just think “cancel culture”, Canadian truckers and doxing. The vitriol and willingness from the Left to come after those who speak up against the established mantra is real.
Tune in today to hear what’s happening with her effort on Facebook, get a phone number to participate, and get inspired to make a difference.
“I’m Glad You Said That” is our weekly one-hour talk show featuring conversation and interviews on the two topics you’re not supposed to talk about in polite company – faith and politics. We dive into both.
Thanks as always for being there and for our sponsors at Reger Physical Therapy. In addition to the podcast, for those outside of Anchorage, Eagle River, the Valley and surrounding areas or if you’re not close to a radio, you can always tune in and listen live Wednesdays at 1PM on KATB 89.3 and at 5pm on KVNT.
Standing for families…in His name,
Jim Minnery – President