Skip to comments.Bloodsucking Capitalists: From A Book Used In The Ethic Studies Curriculum for Grades 3rd - 12th
Posted on 05/12/2011 8:57:35 AM PDT by Halfmanhalfamazing
Bloodsucking Capitalists: Shocking Excerpts Read at Tucson School Board Meeting From A Book Used In The Controversial Ethic Studies Curriculum (Grades 3-12)
Tucson, AZ sounds like a First Class SHITHOLE of a town. Is AZ ANOTHER early 20th Century MISTAKE?
One good sign is that the left is beginning to fracture over this kind of thing.
It isn’t Tucson’s fault that it’s schools are loaded with revolutionaries and progressives.
I doubt the media in tucson educates the populace about the danger.
Does your local media educate you about the revolutionaries in your area? In the schools?
I know mine doesn’t.
“Is AZ ANOTHER early 20th Century MISTAKE?”
Not if we can get rid of Pima County.
But you know what’s the worst of all?
If we yank our kids out of their liberal indoctrination manufacturing camps, they attack us.
We need homeschooling and vouchers to defend our children from progressivism.
Let us ask our resident expert IF it is possible to find out who writes textbooks for public schools.
I listened but I didn’t catch the name of the textbook.
Here's who wrote the book: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodolfo_Acuña
It was published by Prentice Hall.
I recommend everyone interested read this: http://www.scribd.com/doc/32001977/An-Open-Letter-to-the-Citizens-of-Tucson
True, it's almost like it was planned that way.
Children who know how to think for themselves spoil the harmony of the collective society which is coming"
-- John Dewey, the "father" of the American public education system.
The most amusing part is near the end when a board member (perhaps the chairman) somewhat indignantly asks the young woman not to speak the vulgar terms that she’s quoting from the book because there might be kids in the room - I would have immediately asked him if he is as bothered by the fact that those books are in the hands of every *third-grader* in the school system to be read themselves!
Here’s the direct vid.
Appalling! But you must go higher than an AZ school board to get this nonsense out of our schools. The only text books available to American schools are those that are adopted by the California and the Texas text book committees. I think TX is the only state that allows parents on their textbook committee. It’s been a long time since I looked into this, so I’m not sure that that is still true.
The reason that all text books in America are controlled by CA and TX is that those are the largest purchasing groups. The publishers cannot (or will not) publish a text book that cannot be sold to the largest number of schools possible. My daughter and son in law both work in the text book publishing business. It’s a matter of $$$.
This must be a grass roots, national effort (concentrating on CA and TX) to get this stuff out of our schools.
If that cartoon’s real, that’s one stupid kid.
Texas ed board vote reflects far-right influences
AP AUSTIN, Texas A far-right faction of the Texas State Board of Education succeeded Friday in injecting conservative ideals into social studies, history and economics lessons that will be taught to millions of students for the next decade.
Teachers in Texas will be required to cover the Judeo-Christian influences of the nation’s Founding Fathers, but not highlight the philosophical rationale for the separation of church and state. Curriculum standards also will describe the U.S. government as a “constitutional republic,” rather than “democratic,” and students will be required to study the decline in value of the U.S. dollar, including the abandonment of the gold standard.
A better cartoon would have the carjacker dead with blood leaking out of his head on the pavement, two good people standing next to him, saying “Good people with guns”.
” If that cartoons real, thats one stupid kid. “
If I read the little print at the bottom correctly, the ‘toon is by one “Chuckie Bloomer” - which would make it *two* stupid kids...
(Yes, it’s a put-up job...)
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