Sunday, June 25, 2017


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A Boy Scout leader has been arrested near Cape May, New Jersey, for giving a young boy a little more than just a merit badge.

Frank “Sandy” Thompson, 68, was arrested for aggravated sexual contact, luring/enticing a child and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

At the time of his arrest, Thompson was serving as an Assistant Scout Master for one of the troops in West Cape May, New Jersey.

According to local authorities, Thompson had been “grooming” an 11-year-old boy, in exchange for sexual contact. “Grooming” is a standard pedophile maneuver that involves impressing the young boy with lavish and expensive gifts, in order to win their affection and buy their silence.

The same officials say that Thompson has also been accused of having molested another young boy several years ago.

The controversy swirling around Thompson in New Jersey comes just days at the Boy Scouts of America lifted their century-long ban on gay scout leaders. The Boy Scouts previously okayed gay scouts–but not scout leaders–two years ago.

The new policy, which was announced on Monday, is being hailed as a great step forward by liberals, as well as many gay Boy Scouts and scout leaders. The policy won’t affect every troop–troops sponsored by churches, for example, won’t be forced to accept gay scout leaders if their religion prohibits it.

Thompson is currently being held in the Cape May County Correctional Center, with a bail set at $175,000.

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Two Florida parents may lose custody of the 11-year-old son, and are facing felony of charges of child neglect, because they let him play alone in the yard for 90 minutes.

According to his mother, the 11-year-old boy came home before his parents did. (The boy’s name, as well as his parents, are being withheld by the media at their request, as they continue to fight their legal battle.)

Locked out of the house, he just shot some hoops in the yard until they arrived.

Unfortunately for this family, a nosy neighbor saw the pre-teen outside alone… and abruptly called the cops, who in turn called Child Protective Services.

By the time the boys’ parents got home, just 90 minutes after their son did, they were arrested for child negligence by the attending police officer.

They spent the night in jail, after being strip-searched, fingerprinted, and carted off in front of their kids in handcuffs.

And worse, their son, along with their other four-year-old son who was with the parents at the time, were both taken away by Child Protective Services–for a month.

According to an email the mother sent to the website, Free-Range Kids, which advocates children being allowed to explore and grow on their own, the police claimed that their son “had no access to water or shelter,” despite the fact that they had an unlocked shed, and a hose–which technically would satisfy those requirements. And, again, the 11-year-old was only alone for 90 minutes, during which time water and shelter would scarcely be needed anyway.

She adds about how shocked they were that their kids could be taken away–considering that Florida “has no minimum age for children to be left alone.”

Thankfully, the parents received their children back–but only after a month, in which case their two kids were put in state-run foster care. While the kids are home, they’re forced to attend government-mandated day care each day, so the government can keep an eye on them.

These parents’ legal fight still continues, despite having their kids back–but, regardless of the outcome, it’s shocking that the government could take away kids for a month–just because they played outside in their own yard.

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Think twice about reading your kid a bedtime story: apparently you’re giving your kids an unfair advantage.

No, really.

According to a philosopher and professor at the University of Warwick in England, Adam Swift, parents who read to their kids are “unfairly disadvantaging other people’s children.”

“I don’t think parents reading their children bedtime stories should constantly have in their minds the way that they are unfairly disadvantaging other people’s children, but I think they should have that thought occasionally,” Swift said.

“Evidence shows that the difference between those who get bedtime stories and those who don’t – the difference in their life chances – is bigger than the difference between those who get elite private schooling and those that don’t.”

It used to be that people–including liberals–wanted to, you know, lift up people dealt a rough hand in life. The idea used to be that, if you did grow up in a home where you didn’t get things like a bedtime story, you could still get ahead–pending you were willing to work hard, keep your hands clean, and be humble.

Nowadays? Liberals would rather just whine like a teenager about unfairness, without actually doing anything to fix society’s problems.

The Left’s thought process seems to be, “Fix schools? Abolish teachers’ unions? Encourage two-parent families? No way! But if you’re a good parent, you’re the villain–because it’s just not fair!”

Dumbing down kids with loving families is certainly an easier way of creating “equality” than lifting up other kids. But it certainly comes at an awfully large cost to the next generation of Americans.


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