Monday, November 16, 2020

Give Christmas To Jackson County Youngsters With Locked Up Parents

Hipsters offer the local middle-class a chance at "restorative justice" to create balance amid systemic racism. More importantly, this report on "intersectionality" informs us that having a scumbag for a parent now merits aggrieved status . . . And any youngster who can wrap their head around any of that ABSOLUTELY deserves a toy for the holidays.

Take a peek . . .

Sponsor Christmas for children with incarcerated parents via the Angel Tree program

With the holidays fast approaching, Prison Fellowship, the nation's largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families is asking for Kansas City's help. This Christmas, 2.7 million children in the U.S. will have a parent behind bars. That's one out of every 28 children.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don’t commit crimes or do bad things. Problem solved

Anonymous said...

And yet if we do everything right we still get locked down. Weird.

Charles Whitman said...

These kids will probably grow up to be criminals too, but maybe not. Maybe my donation of some stuff at Christmas will help these kids.
I will continue to give to charities (like Toys 4 Tots) at Christmas.

Anonymous said...

@10:13Pm and yet the kids did nothing wrong. Another Christian without Christian values. That's why you're going to hell.

Anonymous said...


Better idea is take these children away from the parents for good and get them in a better home otherwise they will end up just like the parents ignorant and in jail.