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  • Preschools Are Using a Marxist's Theories to Manufacture Collectivists

    03/26/2011 11:24:22 PM PDT · by Nachum · 17 replies · 1+ views
    American Thinker ^ | 3/27/11 | Chuck Rogér
    The room buzzes with little voices. Little children engage in "mature, dramatic play." An adult helps the children "regulate" and "monitor each other's compliance" with "rules and assigned roles."[1] Each child knows his or her place. Each child does the group's bidding, nothing else. Orwell's 1984? No, a scene played out in thousands of classrooms across America. The drumbeat of collectivism begins in preschool. And a long-dead Soviet psychologist helped define that drumbeat. Months ago, an email from a teacher spurred me to investigate the theories of Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934). My research revealed starry-eyed academics enamored of collectivism.
  • Washington State House Facilitates Union Take-Over of Private Preschools

    03/01/2010 12:35:27 PM PST · by ReligiousLibertyTV · 11 replies · 534+ views
    ReligiousLiberty.TV ^ | February 24, 2010 | Michael Peabody
    So what’s the biggest threat to religious liberty? According to J. Brent Walker, executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, the answer is found in the strings attached to government funding of religious activity. Earlier this month, during a speech for the Jewish Anti-Defamation League, Walker said, “What the government funds, it always regulates. Government-sponsored religion is always bad for religion. How can we raise a prophetic fist with one hand and take government money with the other?” The truth of Walker’s statement was underscored just last week when the Washington State House of Representatives passed HB...