Parents: Meet with Teachers or Else; Marxist Prosecutor Wants You Jailed

As reported in The Detroit News:

Prosecutor wants to punish those who skip kids’ school conferences

By Christine MacDonald

Detroit — Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy is pushing for a law that calls for jail time for parents who skip parent-teacher conferences, a plan some call inspired and others consider the nanny state run amok.

Worthy pitched her plan Tuesday to the Detroit City Council and is shopping it to the Wayne County Commission and state Legislature. Drawing a link between parental involvement and youth crime, Worthy wants a sponsor to guide the idea to law.

Her plan would require parents to attend at least one conference per year or face three days in jail. Parents of those excelling in school would be exempt, as would those whose health issues make travel difficult and those “actively engaged” with teachers through e-mail, phone calls or letters.

“We have to find any means necessary to get parents involved,” Worthy told the council. “We have to start talking about prevention.

“Some children don’t have a chance the day they are born.”

The entire article continues at The Detroit News.

I barely know what to say about this article, about the audacity, the arrogance the cynicism of the government officials who have proposed it and about any sheeple who would sit back and allow their liberties to be so encroached upon.

Yet, I can’t think of a better reason to vote Constitutional-conservative.  Please be awake and sober as you enter the voting booth… our very existence as a free people depends upon your choices.

h/t: Oath Keepers


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