First let’s see the story, then I want to go over a bunch more laws that he’s signed into law. This guy is definitely running for President in 2024. He’s my current pick for the Republican nominee, because he has a pattern of taking on the secular left, and their allies in Big Tech and the corporate media. We have to measure his actions and see what he can do for us, if elected President.
Here’s the most recent action from Monday – a ban on teachers discussing sexual topics with children in grades K to 3:
Governor Ron DeSantis has signed H.B. 1557, the Parental Rights in Education Act. The signing ceremony took place Monday.
“A school district may not encourage classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels,” the bill says, not singling out any gender identity or sexual orientation – meaning the dominant kind of sexual orientation – non-LGBTQ – is banned in grades K-3 as classroom discussion.
Last week, there was more action – signing a new bill to ensure transparency in the schools:
Friday, Governor Ron DeSantis signed H.B. 1467, “K-12 Education,” a bill that will require school districts to enact greater transparency measures like allowing parents to see library books, class book lists, instructional materials, along with the ability to review and object to class materials.
The bill will also ensure that the school curriculum and “teacher professional development” align with state standards and the required instruction “including no CRT [Critical Race Theory] or Common Core.”
“In Florida, our parents have every right to be involved in their child’s education. We are not going to let politicians deny parents the right to know what is being taught in our schools. I’m proud to sign this legislation that ensures curriculum transparency,” DeSantis said Friday.
The new legislation will also require that school districts make meetings open to the public when selecting instructional materials. There must be 20 days of public access to these materials before taking “official action” on them.
The Department of Education must publish a list of materials that have been removed or discontinued by school boards due to objections.
Last week there was more action – signing a new law designed to teach children basic financial skills in high school:
Only one day after passing both chambers of the State Legislature, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) signed a bill into law requiring students complete a financial literacy course for graduation in all Florida high schools.
Passed in the midst of the final week of legislative session, S.B. 1054, or the “Dorothy L. Hukill Financial Literacy Act,” sailed through the bicameral state legislature with a tremendous amount of support. Both the State House and Senate approved the measure unanimously.
Just prior to DeSantis signing the bill, the Governor stated, “Financial literacy is an important life skill for a student to have.”
“We think it will improve a student’s capability for financial management when they enter the real world.”
And don’t forget, last year, DeSantis signed bills to protect wildlife, banning biological males from women’s sports, and punishing Big Tech social media companies for censoring conservatives.
This is what you’re going to get from this man as President. He was willing to fight these battles against the Democrats and the corporate media and the corporations (e.g. – Disney) in his state, and that means we can expect the same from him as President.
It’s not just words that make a man trustworthy to be given authority. Look at the demonstrated actions. If a person can be trusted with a little authority, then they can be trusted with more authority. DeSantis did a good job with a little authority. We know what he likes to do when he’s given power. Surely, judging him by his actions is a lot better than just choosing a candidate based on mere words. Right? Right.