Are Public Schools Unconstitutional?

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    http://www.extremewisdom.com/archives/2005/12/are_public_scho.php

     
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    That's a hell of a piece! Talk about thought-provoking...

    I hope some liberals get to read it. Talk about panic - one of their dearest institutions, melting under their feet.


    Have you seen the cover art on Michelle Malkin's "Unhinged"? THAT'S the look!
     
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    Between Teacher strikes, dumber kids, and lack of morality that is going on in Public schools, i think the public is begining to get fed up with the whole thing. Hopefully within my lifetime, public school becomes a relic of the past and children can goto the school of their choosing or at a certain age, decide to goto a trade school or simply work when its obvious that they are not going to go to college or even pass High School.

    This argument presents a new angle. It is an interesting one too because when you think about it that way, its true. However, so many people will shrug it off as nonsense because "You cant say that about school. Think of the Children." Hitler rose to power through the "think of the children" mantra and brainwashing a generation of young germans into believing his lies so that when they grew up, he'd be their leader.
     
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    Frankly, the Constitution does not allow for the federal government to use appropriated funds to pay for public education. Therefore, the Dept. of Education should be disbanded, and ALL federal money should be taken out of public education. And it should all come back to us in the form of tax cuts.

    In the meantime, state governments can fund public education all they want, as it is not forbidden by the Constitution. If they want to raise taxes to make up for the lost federal money, great, go for it.
     

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