5 thoughts on “Brett Kavanaugh’s Saga: What Lessons to Your Kids about Youthful Words & Deeds?

  • October 3, 2018 at 4:17 pm

    Thank you. Your comments were thoughtful, measured and intelligent. We need more voices like yours in this world.

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  • October 4, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    Thank you for expressing your opinions here. The first thing I tell children or adults, is that we are a nation that prides herself on Being Innocent Until Proven Guilty, and not what we have witnessed here in regards to Judge Kavanaugh; guilty even though No Evidence has been brought to prove him guilty.

    Currently the FBI found nothing more that would convict him of any wrong doing on his part but they did find the following two accusers backed down.
    Counselor, I’d tell them this is political bullying; smearing the good name of a man who has not been proven guilty of anything. Drinking or liking beer is not a crime. What will we say of celebrating Ocktoberfesst if it were?
    Then, I take on the school educational push as in California’s Healthy Youth Act, that educates children as young as kindergarten up to the 12th grade on How to have sex…and use sex toys!
    But I would Never blame an innocent man, hence suffer his family as well, to such lies and gossip to smear him good name. Instead I might point out that girls and women do lie…to save face or their own reputation. I point out the woman who accused Duke University LaCrosse team of gang rape//none of which was true and she ruined many of their lives!

    Yes, understand the consequences of going to parties, underage or not, and being vulnerable, but please do not lie!

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    • October 6, 2018 at 2:17 pm

      Hi, Ms. DJC. Thank you for writing and for your insight. Unfortunately, the Duke Lacrosse case was a bad story for the cause of believing all complaints put forth by women. Rape and abuse happens; but when people lie, aren’t honest, or state untruths to promote some agenda (as in the Duke case), it weakens the case for legitimate matters. Thank you again for contributing.

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  • October 5, 2018 at 4:09 pm

    Comments are welcome. But please remember that this is not a political post, and therefore, replies with political positioning will not be posted. Nor any with incendiary language.

    The question at hand–in this article–is what do parents say to children, pre-teens, etc.? How are parents handling this day and time? Thank you. God Bless America…today and always.

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