For background, read about President Obama's Gay Agenda for schools, and his homosexual indoctrination czar.
A draft report by the president’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform calls for, among other items, eliminating a division of the Education Department run by one of the most controversial appointees in the Obama administration: Kevin Jennings, the safe schools czar.
UPDATE 5/19/11: Kevin Jennings to leave Obama administration in July (Christian pressure worked!)
UPDATE 11/20/10: Commission cites lack of results by "Safe Schools" program
-- From "Fiscal Commission Calls for Elimination of Safe Schools Czar’s Office" by Fred Lucas, CNSNews.com 11/10/10
The draft report, which will be finalized by Dec. 1 if 14 of the 18 members agree, calls for eliminating the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, which would save taxpayers an estimated $1.8 billion.
For a decade, Jennings ran the organization Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), of which he was also a founding member. The organization advocated gay-straight alliance clubs in public high schools.
Because of his role in promoting homosexuality in public schools, 52 House Republicans signed a letter to President Barack Obama in October 2009 calling for Jennings to be removed from the safe schools post. Rep. Steve King (R.-Iowa) circulated the letter.
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