‘Banned Books Week’ Protects Low Quality Trash

The problem is not just the library, but within classrooms, where teachers give students suggested reading lists. DeGroff paints a picture that will leave any concerned adult heartbroken but also angry. Current themes for younger children include many titles that promote gender confusion and homosexual parenting but also the distorted messages of other “social justice” agendas.

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(Linda Harvey – Mission” America)  You take your children to the library. What a wholesome place, brimming with sweet stories and mind-expanding ideas as kids discover the delights within the covers of a book. Oh, the love of reading! Nothing here but candy canes and lollipops.

Yet today, nothing could be further from the truth.

And I’m not even talking about ‘drag queens’ reading to pre-schoolers, although that horror readily assaults child innocence in many local libraries.

In one of the most diabolical tragedies of modern America, many public and school libraries dispense mental, emotional, and spiritual poison. And parents and schools are being manipulated into a “hands off” position by one carefully-crafted, accusatory word.


“Banned Books Week” is September 22- 28, the annual effort by the American Library Association and its army of leftist library drones to plant a territorial flag in the literary sand.  View article →


Drag Queens