The Left’s war on anything traditionally American

Now it is Valentine’s Day that is “culturally unequal”

Via Fox News:

Boys and girls at a Massachusetts elementary school have been banned from bringing Valentine’s Day candy or cards over cultural equality issues and federal guidelines regulating candy.

Parents of students at Salemwood Elementary School in Malden, Mass, received a letter informing them of the policy – that impacts not just Valentine’s Day – but all holidays.

“We have many different nationalities, cultures and languages spoken,” Principal Carol Keenan told Fox News. “Because of that we don’t honor specific holidays.”

Keenan said she did not want some students feeling left out.

“This is done with all good intentions – to have all students be accepted, to have all students feel like they belong,” she said.

Why do Leftists hate kids?


One thought on “The Left’s war on anything traditionally American”

  1. I loved, loved, loved Valentines Day when I was in about the first grade. We built a “post office” out of cardboard boxes and had a “postmaster.” Everyone sent little cute cards in little cute envelopes. It was, no doubt, the beginning of my obsession with ephemera. I never met a piece of paper or notebook I didn’t adore. Seriously!

    We lived next to a family owned neighborhood grocery store. They used little books with carbon to write up receipts for the people who charged their groceries. Ever so often they purged all the receipt books and boxes of invoices and threw them in the trash. I “rescued” all that paper and had a grand time playing “business.”

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