The author bolsters her arguments with real-life examples from families and school districts all over the country. There is the West Virginia family that lost custody of their daughter when the court determined that the girl's babysitters were her "psychological parents." She describes the school's effort to "dismantle institutional heterosexism" in the public schools. This book is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to learn who and what are at work behind the transformational changes in our culture.
What can parents do about this? Ms. Hicks believe that socialism is best combated with an infusion of civic virtue. Teaching our children virtues for personal conduct, public conduct, and civic leadership can restore America. That's the key to revitalizing our republic and to reigniting the love of freedom in the hearts of the next generation. The name of this helpful book by Marybeth Hicks is Don't Let Kids Drink the Kool-Aid.