Beating The Liberal Education Industry

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    Calling it an 'education' industry is like calling ObamaCare 'affordable.'

    It's the 'Indoctrination Industry' and entirely owned and operated by Liberalism, Inc.

    1.Case in point:
    "The California Federation of Teachers (CFT) passed a resolution at its most recent convention claiming that “the continued unjust incarceration of Mumia Abu-Jamal represents a threat to the civil rights of all people.” Thirty years ago, Abu-Jamal took away Philadelphia policeman Daniel Faulkner’s foremost civil right: his life. How obtuse of the CFT to disregard “the threat to the civil rights of all people” represented by someone capable of gunning down a man tasked with protecting the public.

    The pantheon of leftist saints includes the Haymarket Square bombers, responsible for the deaths of eight Chicago cops, Joe Hill, murderer of former police officer John Morrison in Salt Lake City, Huey Newton, murderer of Oakland policeman John Frey, and Leonard Peltier, murderer of FBI agents Jack Coler and Ronald Williams. Notice a pattern?"
    Teachers' Mumia Abu-Jamal Resolution Out of Sync Morally and Historically | Human Events




    2. It's why millions of folks, myself included, have opted for homeschooling.

    "Homeschooling Is Growing Ridiculously Fast. ... Last year, USA Today reported that in 1999, homeschoolers made up a tiny sect of the American population. “An estimated 850,000 students nationwide were being homeschooled.
    By 2011-12, that number had more than doubled to 1.77 million.”
    According to a recently released Florida Department of Education report, “The number of homeschooled children in Florida saw its biggest increase in five years during 2014-15. Last year, the state counted 84,096 children in home schooling, up 9.6 percent from a year earlier.”
    Why Homeschooling Is Growing - The Federalist
    thefederalist.com/2015/09/01/why-homeschooling-is-growing/




    3. Now....perhaps we are about to see an end to the greatest bar to homeschooling.

    "On Friday night, the United States Senate passed their version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, better known as tax reform. Only one additive floor amendment made it into the bill.

    Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) offered an amendment to make 529 education savings accounts even more useful than today. 529 accounts up until now have been used exclusively for college tuition and expenses. The Cruz amendment expands the use of 529 dollars for two additional purposes--tuition for students in K-12 private and parochial schools, and costs related to homeschooling a child. Up to $10,000 per year per child can be distributed for these purposes."
    Ted Cruz's 529 Education Savings Amendment to Tax Reform Is A Big Win for Families



    One more step toward making America....and American education....great again.
     
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    Two 'dark money' sites, didn't know Human Events was still around. I remember when they posted a book banning list which is consistent with their fascist ideology. Of course home schooling is important for idea control and contrary to American values of free speech. Something like Scientology in that the student's movement and education are controlled.

    "Universal education is the most corroding and disintegrating poison that liberalism has ever invented for its own destruction." Adolf Hitler

    Reading for the thoughtful given these times and great holiday gifts.

    Invisible Hands: The Making of the Conservative Movement from the New Deal to Reagan by Kim Phillips-Fein
    Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right by Jane Mayer
    Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right by Arlie Russell Hochschild
    The Destruction of Hillary Clinton by Susan Bordo
    White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide by Carol Anderson
     
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    Would I be correct in surmising that you are a government school grad?




    And....that you support this abomination?

    "The California Federation of Teachers (CFT) passed a resolution at its most recent convention claiming that “the continued unjust incarceration of Mumia Abu-Jamal represents a threat to the civil rights of all people.” Thirty years ago, Abu-Jamal took away Philadelphia policeman Daniel Faulkner’s foremost civil right: his life. How obtuse of the CFT to disregard “the threat to the civil rights of all people” represented by someone capable of gunning down a man tasked with protecting the public.

    The pantheon of leftist saints includes the Haymarket Square bombers, responsible for the deaths of eight Chicago cops, Joe Hill, murderer of former police officer John Morrison in Salt Lake City, Huey Newton, murderer of Oakland policeman John Frey, and Leonard Peltier, murderer of FBI agents Jack Coler and Ronald Williams. Notice a pattern?"
    Teachers' Mumia Abu-Jamal Resolution Out of Sync Morally and Historically | Human Events



    Don't bother answering if I am correct.
     
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    You must call it Common Core. That is the name.
    To date, not one thing in the World has been created or invented by a Common Core student/graduate.

    Common Core dictates beliefs to the children. It can not be called school or education.

    Try adding twice to subtract once and remember, we no longer have founding fathers.
     
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    The closes path to turning America into a third world country is taking away education from people.

    Of course Elektra loves the idea of stupid people that fling shit around like monkeys.
     
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    Homeschooling is a great option for those stuck near big cities or poverty ridden southern schools. BTW common core, while I don't like it, had a lot of influence from both parties. The advantage oif homeschooling is the parent shapes the kids ideals about the pros and cons of things in america. I did a lot of that to help my kids see the the many pros and many cons of this nation and that a co?llege education wads their ticket to success. Although our local rural high school is testing well and very high graduation rates. Very few if any grads hanging around, joining the mi!litary, etc. Those are good signs.
     
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    What Republicans call "indoctrination" the rest of the world calls the best education in the world. It's no wonder the GOP base is begging for jobs that require no education. Only they won't do the jobs Mexican laborers used to do. Too much work.
     
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    Why do Republicans cripple their children with homeschooling?

    Republicans, ensuring the future for their children.
     
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    There's a reason that 90% of the population uses public schools as the parents have to fucking work. They both have to work today and everyday as the rich take nearly everything and spit out a few scraps! I'd bet even joining a union and demanding better is part of that book banning list and is a no go to you conservatives...So hell, I guess homeschool is just a bad idea.

    Home schooling is also retarded because most parents don't have the education to truly push their kids to the same level an private or public school could. Do you realize there's dozens of teachers with degrees in different areas, while most parents simply don't have this experience. Think people.
     
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    I wonder if my grandkids having to say the pledge every darn day is indoctrination? Why every day?
     

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