Peachy Keenan, an author and conservative commentator, has written a book titled “Domestic Extremist: A Practical Guide to Winning the Culture War.” In her book, she claims that “Yesterday’s Soccer Mom Is Today’s Domestic Extremist.”
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Author and conservative commentator Peachy Keenan is sick and tired of yesterday’s soccer mom being treated as today’s “domestic extremist” in public discourse by media gatekeepers and government officials alike—and all the while parents are sheepishly and too easily abdicating their natural role as captains and defenders of the household.
“They like to make us, the normal people, the moms and dads of America into extremists. But if you look around it’s pretty easy to see who the real extremists are,” Keenan told Harris Faulkner on Fox prime time Tuesday night.
She is calling for a back to the basics while writing from deep behind ‘enemy lines’: southern California. “Parenting is not a game. There is no do-over. You are all that stands between your small charges and the roiling storms ahead—and the band of purple-haired nonbinary pirates that’s about to storm the deck.”
Keenan has written a new handbook of sorts, or a practical guide to winning the culture war and protecting your family from the ravings of “Childless weirdos have taken over every institution we look to for guidance on how to raise good citizens…”
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Keenan holds nothing back in the following blistering commentary from her book [emphasis ZH]:
It has become only too clear what this absence of parental authority has wrought. Truly insane people have taken over the American education system, Big Pharma, and Big Tech. They know the best way to reach the Final Solution of the American family is to focus on young, impressionable minds.
We are enjoying the fruits of their labor now: an explosion of teen depression and suicide, an epidemic of children who are confused if they’re boys or girls, and an incredible 40 percent of Gen Z reporting that they are some letter in the ever-expanding alphabet soup known as LGBTQ+.
UK Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer said that the BBC, headed by Director General Tim Davie, is biased “on occasion.”