Three James Bowie High School alumni are suing the school’s theater teacher for leading a “sexually abusive environment.”
“The atrocity that took place at Moxy Austin is proof that a drag show for children is nothing more than an atmosphere that allows for the grooming of children.”
Through this partnership, global elites and stakeholders with government interests could influence decisions that affect Austinites.
The Little Darlin’ canceled its drag queen story time to “protect” their would-be performers from anti-groomer protestors.
“That was the most sexual and inappropriate ‘family friendly’ drag show I have ever attended.”
“The Little Darlin’ is a pedo-friendly, sexualizing of kids supporting, subversively evil establishment. … This is gross beyond words.”
Ninety percent of the $27 billion in excess revenue would go toward “buying down” the school portion of Texans’ property tax bills.
“They should go to jail for this obscene display in front of children.”
The school board’s vice president moderated a taxpayer-financed book discussion on “How to Be an Antiracist” by Henry Rogers.
The former lead chaplain for the Austin Fire Department was fired because of his faith.
In return, the company promised to build a 450,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.
When everything fails, expand the balance sheet!
Austin City Council prepares to reaffirm their commitment against life.
“Chronic underperformance,” indeed.
Documents reveal third-party investigator advised the board that “Dr. Azaiez … could not come back into his position and be effective.”
“Their concerted actions have demonized and suppressed certain people who advocate for children and their own rights as citizens.”
Meanwhile, the “Bad Faith Five” gear up to again target pro-citizen trustees for raising questions about the superintendent.
Austin ISD and Dallas ISD purchased multiple sexually explicit books for middle and high school students.
“We need to work with the school district to get this corrected and stop having any political statements in our city art.”
“If the defendants walk out of here and proceed with a triumphant air, we’ve all lost.”
Travis County and the city of Austin repealed all COVID-related orders and mandates this week.
The city has already spent $160 million on homeless housing projects in the past three years.
“You can enjoy a packed party with your maskless friends privately.”