Consider instruction given to children as young 12 at a March, 2000 conference sponsored by - now get this - the Massachusetts Department of Education. (At least Foley wasn't paid to come on to kids.)
And consider this book, distributed to middle school students and paid for with tax dollars.
WARNING: This book contains gross, filthy stuff. NOT KID OR WORK FRIENDLY.
posted on 10/29/2006 9:48:56 PM PST
(Eventually the Islamofascists must be destroyed. The longer we wait, the bloodier it is going to be.)
You are right. The book at the link is filthy and repulsive. I am almost sorry I looked. I say "almost" because everybody with a shred of decency needs to see this stuff to fully comprehend the scope of the problem. Given how badly our public school systems continue to deteriorate, with the U.S. Department of Education playing a large role, it seems to me that the stage is being set for another wave of new private schools, probably Christian-based, not unlike the wave of Catholic private schools from decades ago. Such private schools will not arrive a moment too soon. Running on private funds, I have no doubt that such private schools could teach children much more effectively for pennies on the dollar compared to the dysfunctional Federal system.
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