Posted by DrJohn on 3 January, 2017 at 6:37 am. 18 comments already!




There is a lot of disagreement about the use of common core in grade school education. While many espouse it, a lot of us find it ridiculous. It is just the tip of the iceberg as far as grade school education goes. There is a strong tendency for liberals to attempt to indoctrinate kids at all levels of education. At times these efforts strain credulity. There are countless examples of such behavior. Here’s a good sampling:

I was told by my Chemistry teacher that a single-payer healthcare was the only “fair” system. I had a World History teacher tell us that the natural and best way for society to progress was to turn to communism. Not Cuban Communism, or Soviet Communism, but “true Communism,” because the Soviets just didn’t implement it correctly, we were taught. I even had an English teacher who forced us to spend three months analyzing writing through a Marxist lens, because apparently we “have spent our whole lives hearing about capitalism.”

But I am not alone. In emails to The College Fix, many of my peers were easily able to recall stories of how high school teachers taught from the Left.

Craig Norton, a former student at Laguna Hills High School, told The College Fix that students were often pressured to wear red shirts to school in support of tax increases and teacher pay raises. He said students who did so would often receive preferential treatment from teachers, and that his teachers would use class time to promote the views of their teachers union.

Another student, Dylan Steinecke, recalls a high school History teacher openly advocating for a “borderless world where everyone loves and supports each other.” Ironically, this same teacher was fired a few months later for punching a student in the face.

Anthony Dawson of Temecula, Calif., spent a good chunk of time in his U.S. history class learning about “American imperialism.”

Education at all levels is filled with left-wing “teachers” who are determined to force their worldview onto America’s young people.

Well, you know how people say “what goes around comes around.” So I have a couple of ideas for concepts to “come around” after the last election.

First, children in, say, third grade could be brought together in an assembly in schools around the nation and sing

Mmm mmm mmm

Donald J. Trump!

over and over and over.

And then we need to bring whatever celebrities we can assemble and produce a video in which they encourage young adults and anyone else to blindly pledge allegiance and fealty to Donald Trump:

We could boost this be portraying Trump as God of All Things


Maybe even capture Trump with a halo


And top it off with a resolve to recognize Trump as “Our Lord and Savior”

It’s time to get moving on this. What could go wrong?

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