I did read your post. Alternatives to government schools are fine, I went to Catholic schools K-12 and got a great education.
My youngest son got a scholarship from a college that's pretty liberal (most are). He's learning first hand of how to deal with these folks and it's cementing his conservative identity. For the most part, political affiliation is not an issue, but he does see the liberals acting badly and has related those incidences to me.
Alinsky's tactics utilize lies and deceit and I am so disgusted from dealing with moonbats that are disciples of that man. Because of his "training" that he gave to some inner city ministers back in 1964 here in Rochester, we've had two generations of staged "victimhood" protests and those neighborhoods where the ministers are located have gotten worse, not better.
We reap what we sow and I for one am totally opposed to adopting Alinsky's tactics, the man was a Marxist for gosh sakes!
an art teacher once told me that you have to know the rules to break the rules...and this article highlighes the rules for radical revolutionaries and points out the weaknesses and that’s where it needs to be exploited in order to combat it
He decried the life of the average man for its hopelessness, but it seems like the new society they created is really not much different, and in many ways worse.