TRAVERSE CITY – They know.
They hear your kitchen chatter and your stuttering in front of the TV. They see the news, headlines, catchy tweets and Facebook gaiters.
It’s too late to protect children from the division, vitriol and hatred that dominate US politics – and the tipping point hits this month. It’s tempting to ignore the riots, the historic second cycle of impeachment hearings, and the bitter rhetoric as Americans suffocate from burnout.
But these little boys and girls have questions.
So, parents in northern Michigan, when your child asks you about the events of January 6 and wonders what happened on Wednesday the 13th, what will you tell them?
Justina Hlavka’s boys will hear the truth.
“We don’t beat around the bush with our kids – we just answer…
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