— Letters: Hannah-Beth’s nanny state
Last year, state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) authored legislation mandating that schools develop guidelines for media literacy education for grades 1-12. This legislation is to teach your children to be “respectful online, distinguish fact from fiction, and behave ethically online,” thereby eroding your role as parents to teach your own family values to your children.
Now, in her latest attempt to control your lives, Sen. Jackson, in her role as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has decided it is her duty to remove the pronouns “he” and “she” from the committee’s written rules, presumably to promote alignment with California’s gender-neutral stance.
So, without any debate, input or, God forbid, a vote of those affected by her “decree,” she is once again imposing her leftist agenda and ideology on you at will.
Should anyone be surprised? I think not, as her track record of forming the Hannah-Beth nanny state is clear.