Missouri's Secretary of State wants to block taxpayer funding for libraries that provide pornography and erotica to children, but St. Louis County Public Library wants to keep on grooming.
My email in support of 15 CSR 30-200.015:
Dear Secretary Ashcroft:
I write in strongly support of Proposed Rule 15 CSR 30-200.015 Library Certification Requirement for the Protection of Minors.
Missouri's parents and taxpayers are fed up with schools and libraries subverting parental authority by providing pornographic, erotic, and subversive material to children without the knowledge or consent of parents. Your proposed rule is a reasonable safeguard of parental rights and needed protection for children. While the rule stops short of banning inappropriate material and activities from public libraries, it protects Missouri taxpayers from funding such detrimental activities and sends a strong signal that Missouri will not tolerate further erosion of parental rights.
I have asked my readers at hennessysview.com to express their support for this important rule, as well. Thank you, sir, for your leadership on this issue.
Ad majorem Dei gloriam,