This week’s radio commentary.
The Day of Silence is the most significant homosexual advocacy day in our schools for the entire year. This year it falls on Friday, April 16th. The Day of Silence was created by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), whose founder, Kevin Jennings, is now Obama’s notorious “safe and drug-free schools czar.”
According to GLSEN’s website, the purpose of the Day of Silence is to bring attention to “anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools.” Public and private middle school, high school and college students are encouraged to remain silent the entire day in protest to anti-homosexual behaviors or sentiments in their school that supposedly “silence” homosexual students.