In this episode, Jack Hibbs talks with Jessica Tapia, a public school teacher who recently lost her job for her faith. We explore the culture of disrespect and immorality in public schools, and the bullying Jessica experienced from students. We also talk about the fragility of the ‘woke world’, and the need to take a stand and make changes in public school systems.
We focus on Jessica being challenged by her district for her beliefs, and the meeting she was called into by district personnel. We also discuss the founding of the public school system by Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Rush, and the importance of standing up to bullies both in school systems and in life. Finally, we encourage listeners to use their legal rights to ‘punch back’ against bullies, and to not give up even when the situation appears dire.