The explosion of our insider Op Ed, “Homecoming Week and Student Props” spoke to the rising tide of discontent of Connecticut’s teachers. Problems in schools can be complex animals with no single answer; however, what should alarm every CT resident is this: public schools are now micro-cosms of full-on, soviet-style communism.
Educators, if you don’t like the push for gender confusion? Tow the line or you—your years of state service with a nice pension—GONE.
If you don’t like the race-based curriculums? Tow the line or you’ll go on a program to “re-educate” you.
There’s such a need for exposure — WRITTEN exposure, that I’ve had to choose and prioritize stories.
I’m working on a few select investigations that will expose facets of deep corruption in Connecticut that few outlets have touched. Each story very likely represents hundreds, perhaps thousands of buried voices on the respective issue.
Stories being worked on, in brief:
Super (Free)man: a spotlight on Guilford superintendent Dr. Paul Freeman, who apparently shielded everyone from one single boy wearing blackface (before anyone saw him), then failed to confront a host of other incidents of blatant bullying and racism.
Hopkins’ Hypocrisy: a sophomore was expelled from the private, elite Hopkins school in 2020. His crime? The school is unable to produce evidence for it. Money talks, but a lot of money will try silencing the truth.
Hidden GEMS: CT has violated administrative procedures surrounding how votes are amassed and tabulated in the state of Connecticut. The methods of obfuscation – both written and verbal – will delve into the tactics of Communist deception.