The NEA, National Education Association, is supposed to represent all its public- school teachers, regardless of gender, race, political persuasion, or religion. Isn’t that the way unions are supposed to work? Now it is common knowledge that the NEA has and pushes an extreme left liberal agenda politically. They are not even close to moderate or "left of center," they are way on the pendulum’s edge out there, promoting homo[s-x]ual issues from the first year children enter school (also here).
The NEA just hosted the Feminist Majority Foundation’s annual Women’s Leadership Conference; the guest speaker was a man who received sustained applause from the group. That’s because he was George Tiller, the Wichita, Kansas abortionist who is facing 19 criminal charges for performing late- term abortions.
Now if a group has only one meeting a year promoting Women’s Leadership (I am assuming it is one, because that is the meaning of the word "annual" – once per year) and they take that one opportunity to showcase a male abortionist, and a criminal at that, then what does that say about their philosophy of women and leadership? It doesn’t really make sense. But it might make sense, if they link female leadership with female self- indulgence without restraint. Keeping abortion legal means the right to have unprotected [s-x] and the right to never have to be responsible for the result of that unprotected [s-x], or child, as most us in mainstream America think of it. Having the worst offending abortionist in the nation be your guest speaker just shows how far reaching and selfish they want the indulgence to be extended.
"Hey, if I change my mind at the last minute, because every decision I make is based on hormone- fueled whims instead of reason or logic, then that is my right, and if I want to have an abortion the day before I am due, then that is my right."
That the NEA hosted this event is telling. When asked about it, they said "it sometimes allows "likeminded groups" to use the building for a small fee or no charge at all." Wow. So George Tiller and the Feminist Majority Foundation are "likeminded" with the NEA. Says a lot, doesn’t it?
Let’s take our theory of female self- indulgence without restraint being a foundational belief of feminists, and thus the NEA, a step further. Every week you can read at World Net Daily the latest news story of mostly FEMALE teachers having [s-x] with students. The one from last week is here. They make great "Why We Homeschool" links, but I quit linking to them, because it is just so sick and discouraging that these kinds of news stories are a non- stop stream. It lends weight to our theory, though, doesn’t it, that female self- indulgence without restraint is some kind of tenet that the NEA shares with groups like the Feminist Majority Foundation.