VIDEO: Want to get teacher unions mad? This should do it.

There’s been a lot of serious discussion about putting cameras in public school classrooms.

Several months ago, the chairman of our organization, David Carroll, suggested that Christian Action Network join and promote this ambitious campaign. Quite frankly, I was a bit hesitant at first.

I liked the idea, don’t get me wrong. Putting power back into the hands of parents, rather than liberal school officials and teachers, sounded great to me. But the more I thought about it, the less enthused I became.

Who would pay for it? Who really wants to go head-to-head with powerful, wealthy and vindictive teacher unions? What would the cost be – in both time and money – to promote such a demanding campaign?

My mind quickly descended into other rabbit trail obstacles, such as the need to get a whole sleuth of conservative groups, legislators, and academia to jump on board.

Still, I did some grunt work.

I found that putting cameras in public school classrooms was easier than I had imagined. In fact, it could almost be done with a flip of a switch.

But is it a good idea? In our latest episode of “Shout Out Patriots,” we put that question to the task.

Outraged parents are demanding public schools have classroom cameras to monitor what’s being taught to their children.  Opponents claim it’s a violation of privacy rights, for both teachers and students. Our team examines those arguments, and others, one by one.

Martin Mawyer, president of Christian Action Network, joins Pastor Jason Binder and several other guests to debate, argue and scrutinize classroom cameras. Are they nothing but nuisance, evil-spying nanny cams? Or are they the eyes and ears of mama bears wanting to protect their precious cubs from teachers gone woke?


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