A Portland, Oregon teacher is under fire for standing up for his students and denying the Planned Parenthood abortion business an entry into his classroom to present a sex-ed program funded by Obamacare.
American Life League provided LifeNews late last week with more details on what is happening.
American Life League expresses outrage at Planned Parenthood’s recent ploy to target our children through the nationwide Teen Outreach Program. Condemning these policy implementations, Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League, issued the following statement:
Declared by the Supreme Court to be law, Obamacare has now armed Planned Parenthood to be the largest purveyor of comprehensive sex education programs to our kids. With a pre-funded appropriation of $75 million a year for five years for Personal Responsibility and Education Programs (PREP)-the new name for comprehensive sex education programs-it is now showing up in schools disguised as Teen Outreach Programs, among others.
PP deceives parents into signing up for these after, in-school, or community-based programs, which it masks as enrichment or life skills programs. And it uses monetary incentives to entice our teenagers to participate.
In the state of Oregon, PP has filed a formal complaint with the school district seeking disciplinary action against William Diss, a teacher at Benson High School in Portland, for refusing to let PP personnel talk to his students without proper authorization. PP did get to talk to the students and used aggressive tactics to obtain the children’s signatures for Teen Outreach Program and Community Voice Program participation (promising gifts and cash).
These abortionists are in the sex business and have only one agenda to get our children focused on sexual activities. If we do nothing to repeal this law, our children will continue to be targeted and victimized by the sex and abortion industry.
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We urge all citizens in the Portland Public Schools’ area to contact the district superintendent, Carole Smith, as well as the school board, and ask them to protect the children of the district from any further attacks by Planned Parenthood. Ms. Smith can be contacted at 503-916-2000. The school board can be reached through Kathryn Sofich, board office, 503-916-3904, or via e-mail at [email protected]
We also ask pro-lifers across the country to pray for Bill Diss and his family.