Fiscal Commission Calls for Elimination of Gay Schools Czar’s Office

November 11, 2010 06:47

Getting rid of the ‘Safe Schools’ office led by a founder of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will save $1.8 billion a year and put a crimp in the push of the gay agenda in schools.

By Fred Lucas at


In the President’s budget, funding for the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools is more than double the allocation from 2008,” says the draft report, released on Wednesday. “This option eliminates the office, saving about $1.8 billion in 2015.”

For a decade, Jennings ran the organization Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), of which he was also a founding member. The organization advocated gay-straight alliance clubs in public high schools.

Because of his role in promoting homosexuality in public schools, 52 House Republicans signed a letter to President Barack Obama in October 2009 calling for Jennings to be removed from the safe schools post. Rep. Steve King (R.-Iowa) circulated the letter.

“Support is growing in Congress and across America for President Obama to fire Kevin Jennings and replace him with someone possessing the appropriate qualifications and ethical standards to serve in a presidential administration,” Rep. King said at the time the letter was released.  “Despite serving as the ‘safe schools’ czar, Jennings has no experience keeping students safe or keeping our schools drug free. Jennings is committed to the ‘safety’ of only a narrow portion of American students, while expressing disdain for religion and traditional values. President Obama should fire Kevin Jennings immediately.”


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