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A school board in Wisconsin has now decided to take a heroic stand against two of the Democrats’ favorite pet ideologies.

As Fox News reports:

Wisconsin school board voted in favor of a policy banning gay pride flags and Black Lives Matter (BLM) flags from classrooms due to what school leaders say is political messaging.

“Teachers and administration will not have political flags or religious messaging in their classroom or on their person,” Superintendent Stephen Plum said ahead of the vote, according to Fox 6.

The Kettle Moraine School Board voted last Tuesday in favor of keeping a code of conduct in place that the school’s superintendent had interpreted as banning teachers from displaying political and religious messages in classrooms. The political messages include ones such as gay pride flags, BLM flags and “We Back the Badge” signs. Only one school board member voted against the ban, saying he made the decision after speaking with concerned students and staff.

The policy also includes banning teachers from including their preferred pronouns in email signatures.

Is the boards’ move excessive, or merely the appropriate response to the current political climate? Let us know what you think in the comments below.


  1. Good. Get rid of the extremist organization flags. They don’t belong in schools anywhere in the world

  2. Wisconsin School Board! Hooray for you! This is the best news I have read today! I hope this filters down to all public schools!

  3. I applaud this board’s decision to stand up to the radical lefts ideologies. It confuses the students and makes no sense. Using pronouns that are random is not something to be taught in schools. Parents need to attend all board meetings and stand up for their children,

  4. Highly appropriate. School children shouldn’t be bombarded with someone else’s politics and ideas. Let them be children!

  5. It’s back handed strategy to remove support police and whatever religion flag there my be. The ultimate goal is anti-police and anti-religion.

  6. Their education should be free of political and religious messages aimed at more or less programming their minds. If the educational system and their parents do a good job, they will be prepared to deal with these things when they are mature enough to for these decisions to be made.

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