Midterms Hinge On Suburban (And Urban) Mothers Who Have Been Fortified By Love Of Our Children
The time is upon us. While we wait for the premature ejaculation of cable news vote counts, let’s take a brief moment to understand how the cartel of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) directly influences the political landscape.
How It Started – NAIS’ Agenda In Play
After endless school shut-downs mandated by Randi Whinegarten for publics and NAIS for privates, the desired but fickle suburban moms voiced our anger by helping grow a red wave in Virginia against the most powerful establishment Democrats. But Covid started to wane, kids went back in school, and we were back to juggling our kids’ extracurricular activities. Then came Dobbs – SCOTUS’ reversal of a federal Roe standard to the jurisdiction of states and legislatures – the very definition of federalism, the principle on which our government was founded. A generation lectured to by Gloria Steinem in universities who did not recall a time before Roe found Dobbs jarring, even existential. And just like that, an obviously political SCOTUS leak accomplished what it intended – turning the tide of fickle suburban and urban women back towards Democrats.
Republicans, failing to have any semblance of common-sense strategy (as usual), neglected to see the glaring opportunity to anticipate and thwart off the abortion debate by exposing Planned Parenthood’s profit play from abortions to trans treatment for children. Who needs the measly $$ from inconveniently infrequent abortions when you can have clinics inside schools and hook children to take drugs every single day for the rest of their lives? (Check the date on the latter Planned Parenthood piece and notice the description – “Wellbeing Centers.”) We referenced in our April 18, 2022 Substack – a fortnight before the Dobbs leak, that Bloomberg put the cost of trans conversion therapy at $9B annually – a figure from already ancient research. (“Becoming trans or ridicusexual gives children a Red Guard identity that will confuse and consume them with a lifetime of mental, emotional, and physical turmoil that according to Bloomberg has already reached an economic toll of over $9 billion annually and rising.”) We also included a link referenced in a recent NY Post article confirming assertions by former Mirman (CA) parent Elon Musk about transactivism in elite schools. People finally started to see the dangers of transing children if they didn’t quite get the link to NAIS schools and Planned Parenthood which we thought was obvious. Guess we need to start spelling it out for everyone from now on. At least the NAIS agenda of Marxism, critical race theory, gender ideology, and other twisted luxury beliefs is being exposed. In the meantime and rather ironically, kid wizard author J.K. Rowling and sanctimoniously bearded Matt Walsh have been the saviors holding reality together.
How It’s Going – NAIS Partners On Independent X Boards
While the Democrats’ entire midterm strategy has hung on winning back suburban women by beating the drum of Reproductive Choice and Abortion Rights, Republicans have been beating the drum of School Choice and Parental Rights. The provenance of these topics? If you didn’t answer “NAIS,” reread our Substacks. Positioning these issues from classroom to politics has been the NAIS agenda for decades. Conveniently, the most powerful individuals in America have been positioned to sit on NAIS Independent X School Boards of Trustees. When our children are taught abortions are healthcare and being trans is cool, we can thank NAIS partner Planned Parenthood whose President and CEO (Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund) Alexis McGill Johnson predictably is a Spence (NY) trustee. Fun fact, McGill Johnson co-founded and co-directed the Perception Institute which uses “cutting-edge” mind science research on race, gender, ethnic, and other identities into “solutions” that reduce bias and improve…surprise!…equity. The Klingenstein Philanthropies approve. McGill Johnson has her hands in all parts of the Marxist NAIS agenda, and she is only one person (“The executive director of the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), Eliza Byard, spoke next” at the 2016 NAIS Summit on Equity). Our previous Substack included charts of notable NAIS alums in various fields. What it didn’t include were names of powerful parents at NAIS schools because that would include nearly every decision maker in the country. Does anyone really think Beyonce and Jay-Z (The Center, CA) or a single Goldman MD send their children to a non-NAIS school?
Where It Could Lead – NAIS On The Hotseat
But Democrats have become so out of touch, they put all their aborted embryos in one basket and failed to comprehend that it is mothers – urban and suburban women, who buy the groceries and worry most about bodily safety. This will be the reason Republicans win, and they better take advantage. We hear cocaine Mitch could be deposed. Perhaps Senator Rick Scott (FL) is up for the job. With a vast array of personal and professional knowledge, who in the Senate has a greater appreciation for the modern-day heroes of our Republic — truckers? In the House, we have high hopes for the demotion of impotent Paul Ryan – wait – we mean Kevin McCarthy in favor of tenacious Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (NY) (Albany Academy for Girls – NY) who has the background to understand Congressman Jim Banks’ (IN) thoughtful calls to investigate NAIS. These shake-ups would fittingly accentuate the rise of Florida and mark a renaissance for New York. Maybe someone will even seek counsel with Newt Gingrich on how to mount a successful new Contract with America. We recommend focusing on making the 3 Big E’s of America independent: education, energy, and economy.
The intertwinement of NAIS schools and politics is seemingly endless. Support for Lee Zeldin over Kathy Hochul can largely be attributed to Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg (Trinity - NY) instituting the same intentionally disastrous restorative justice policies in NAIS schools over the entire city of Manhattan. Down in Atlanta, incumbent senator Raphael Warnock’s church is under hot water for filing an unGodly number of evictions in the many low income rental properties it owns. The executive director of the church? Only former trustee and mastermind behind all DEI initiatives at Collegiate (NY), John Vaughn, who in 2015 participated in a Black Lives Matter protest in the Longworth Building at the Capitol. In the Midwest, Governor JB Pritzker (Milton Academy – MA, Latin School of Chicago – IL parent) is running for re-election. On the Left Coast, we can’t help but wonder if the proceeds from J. Paul Getty’s (Harvard-Westlake – CA, Polytechnic – CA) son Gordon’s $150M auction benefitting his foundation will help fund Gavin Newscum’s 2024 war chest. No doubt Democrats will have Biden conveniently resign with just several months left in his term so they can take credit for being the party to install the first black and first Asian female president. We’re certain Emerson Collective and XQ Institute founder Laurene Powell Jobs prepared her Atlantic headline for that moment from the time she first sought to support controllable minority women for higher office before she started straightening her hair and bought The Atlantic. Is that the hollow virtue signaling DEI we want in Independent X School? As lightweight betas Eric Garcetti (Harvard-Westlake - CA) and even more cringe beta “Beto” O’Rourke (Woodberry Forrest – VA) try to make themselves relevant, we just hope our public servants actually put America’s children first without getting duped by the likes of Meta and Betsy DeVos sponsoring this year’s National Review Gala to push the Big Tech-Republican School Choice alliance.
From Here To The Press – NAIS And Beyond
Public and private, it all matters. These issues are so seminal and the establishment so desperate, the legacy media went after 1776 Project PAC like a small town county administrator coming after Frank Underwood for a Peachoid water tower a mere 48 hours before election day like we wouldn’t notice. If you gaslight one parent, you gaslight us all, and we are not going to take it. Reminder: we notice everything, like WSJ sitting on the sidelines on privates. NAIS Independent X School parents are the Journal’s prime demographic. But with the exception of a very rare OpEd, it sticks to soft and sometimes misinformed pieces on publics. LAUSD shines during Covid? Really? Even we can smell that from a mile away. Our friends in the publics space report these results were obviously cherry-picked NAEP (National Assessment of Education Process) data used to throw the heat off Marxist Anti-Semitic UTLA (United Teachers Los Angeles). Only a miniscule fraction of LAUSD children (hundreds) were even invited to take the NAEP test while roughly 300,000 LAUSD children took the SBAC (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium) test. Especially in this day and age, journalists should question their sources’ motivations, not simply accept the narrative. Whatever happened to critical analysis and healthy skepticism? WSJ, you’re better than that.
Regardless of what happens tomorrow (or when votes are finally called), the tide of Marxism in America will not be stemmed without defeating NAIS and saving Independent X School by reclaiming its independence. If NAIS’ agenda is not defeated in Independent X Schools, our country – America, will be changed without us even having the chance to triage the effects at the ballot box. There will be no pandemic amnesty. Fake mea culpas are worse than fake Birkins. So, bring it on NY Mag. You want to bash privates? Fine. But know the subject, know the agenda. Because no one understands the moral decay and deficiencies of the privileged elite more than Undercover Mother. Don’t tell us to build new institutions then furtively graduate from Harvard. We asked ourselves: What are we protecting? Then we decided: We are ready to defend it. We’re here to save the future of the Republic for our children.