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  • killrockstarz says:

    November 29, 2014 at 7:03 PM

    Bottom line, it is an identity crisis. Those who identify with our nations mostly noble history and heritage, and those who reject it and thus find their identity and self-esteem in hating this nation and then considering it “enlightenment” so to have a self-imagined sense of superior humanity and cultural elitism. Its ok to point out our faults if you want solutions but not ok if your criticism stops with a delighted hate.

  • John Tomson says:

    November 29, 2014 at 9:46 PM

    They should all be jailed as traitors against this great country.

  • mike reif says:

    November 29, 2014 at 11:47 PM

    My father, a german immigrant who was a recipient of a fulbright scholarship studied political science at Swathmore. University in Pennsylvania in 1950 at the end of WWII around the same time Michael Dukakis was a student there. He told me stories of a radical communist professor who made his students read books written by communist propagandist such as Jack Reed ( Ten days that Shook the World) which was later made into a movie called Reds starring Warren Beatty. The book focuses on the communist revolution in Russia in 1917 in which Jack Reed praised Lennin and his Bolshevik revolt against the Tsarist regime. There was a huge communist movement here in America during that era in history which infilltrated the Ivy League campuses here in the west indoctrinating its students. This was a shock to my father who just escaped five years earlier from the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia were he was living.

  • Ann Wood says:

    December 4, 2014 at 8:52 PM

    I am an American from birth and when I went to school we prayed for the president, our teacher and our parents. We saluted the American flag and the 10 commandments were in every class room at the front of the room. It is quite plain to me what has happened to our great country. It has been deliberately and persistently destroyed in order to set up a One World Government. America with its Constitution and Bill of Rights has to be destroyed. Militarize the police and give them weapons of war…..then make it difficult to live a normal life, with food shortages and you have a people who will do anything for a bite to eat. This is not just a political issue, it is also a spiritual one. When you throw God out of a country…….ignore HIS clear cut laws, you are inviting disaster. America will fall if she does not change direction and soon.

  • Ned says:

    December 4, 2014 at 11:19 PM

    It’s much worse than the MAJORITY realize. Take for example the latest Obamacore history book, The American Pageant by Kennedy. It is used in high schools for U.S.History 1 and 2. It consistently makes the Puritans into what Muslims really are – intolerant, savage, hypocrites that hate women and keep them oppressed. Here’s an assignment for U.S. History 1 about the Puritans. Here is a question for one of the essays – “Explain why Puritans ARE intolerant bigots.” They had just covered Ann Hutchinson. There is NO option to disagree with the question. You answer the question and make them into monsters. THAT is the question for the group essay. Yes, they rarely write independently. Christians of any flavor are constantly derided.

    You really have to wonder why anyone would come here because it constantly harps on RACE. America according to Kennedy, is a RACIST country. Capitalism EXPLOITS the “worker”. In fact speaking of race, there is another book out that high schools and some colleges are using called, “Patterns of Global Racism”. Naturally the perpetrators are ALWAYS white. Never mind that Africans had BLACK slaves or MUSLIMS had WHITE European slaves and black slaves.

    The literature in English class is total trash. Hemingway, Huxley (Brave New World) and another one …. A Raison in the Sun (written by a black lesbian (forget her name …) and other RACIST stories. Clearly this is a direct reflection of Obama’s world view. It’s ALL trashy and chock full of sex and debauchery. There is not one redeeming book like, Unbroken or anything like that. That would destroy the brainwashing of America being an imperialistic country that EXPLOITS others and often by RACE.

    I’ll never forget the assignment in history on slavery. They had to ACT OUT being FOR and against slavery. That also included a clergyman’s viewpoint. Much time was spent on that. In fact students openly asked did the U.S. do ANYTHING right? After that the teacher, kept a straight face and informed then to do well in the course they needed to be politically correct. Her biggest concern was that no one was “offended” in the class. Mind you, ALL the students were white. In stead of being concerned at how offensive the assignment was – that didn’t matter.

    Coleman who is heading the SAT and had a hand with Common Core REFUSES to include Ben Franklin, Washington, Madison and Jefferson to name a few in his testing. BTW they are ALL friends of BILL AYERS! WOW, what a coincidence. Speaking of history, they now have “primary source readings. Naturally it is ALL to the left. Maybe to make students FEEL BETTER they do include LEFT (RINO) Republicans that embrace liberalism.

    It breaks my heart to subject any student to this brainwashing garbage. In our situation, we ran out of money for private school, hence the public school district is where we are. This is psychologically damaging to have this constant barrage throw at you. You read it. Write about it. Get quizzed on it. Tested on it. Get a midterm on it and a final on it as well as mindless posters for grade boosters. Eventually they wear the students down and when not exposed to normal accurate history, imposed guilt will take hold and that is the goal. Another generation of disturbed liberals is in the making as politicians diddle and pretend to care.

  • Ned says:

    December 4, 2014 at 11:37 PM

    Dinesh D’Souza is absolutely right. It is in elementary, middle and high school. Obama’s Common Core is the nail on the coffin. Megyn WAKE UP! Don’t be such an AIR HEAD! In elementary school they write “PROTEST LETTERS with “angry emotional words” and short on facts. These are common assignments to LITTLE kids. Thankfully we were spared that. High school is bad enough.

  • Few Like Joe says:

    December 5, 2014 at 12:23 AM

    Killrockstarz; good one, thanks! Do you think there’s hope for a general attitude correction before our country’s condition sinks to irredeemable? If so, how? Otherwise, what do you think should eventually be the appropriate social and economic status of those whose “criticism stops with a delighted hate?”

  • Few Like Joe says:

    December 5, 2014 at 12:25 AM

    John Tomson, I agree with your assessment of their character. I’m not sure jail (however unlikely) is the solution if they refuse to grow. Otherwise, a more traditional reward may be more appropriate.

  • Few Like Joe says:

    December 5, 2014 at 12:26 AM

    Mike Reif, I understand your father’s distress. In the late 1940’s, my parents named me after a public school teacher who made great effort to purchase a Soviet Bloc auto (not easy in the US back then, I think it was a “Skoda”) in the late 1950’s. By the time I was in public school grade 8, he was announcing to his classes with great anticipation the future smearing of the white race out of existence. I didn’t “get it” then, but I get it now.

  • Few Like Joe says:

    December 5, 2014 at 12:27 AM

    Ann Wood, I think you’ve nailed it best so far. Although I’m not religious, I can’t find a single question, disagreement, or objection. Unheard of (hahaha), thanks so much!

  • Sharon Hess says:

    December 5, 2014 at 4:22 AM

    During the initial hiring process of a teacher or professor, it would be nice if a handful of the parents of their former students, could be given a survey asking about the resulting outcome. It should be asked whether the class teaching benefited or confounded their student. Did they educate or indoctrinate? Did they turn the student against their parents, country, or moral values? Nearly every employee on the planet is accountable to somebody, except the ones who are training the next generation. I think these people should be accountable too.

  • Porter J Leaman says:

    December 5, 2014 at 12:51 PM

    I just want to say that the real answer is for America to get back to God via starting with the
    President and all politicians to fall on there knees and beg God for forgiveness and start
    living God’s way of life. God has one law–the Law of Love broken down into ten principles
    called the Ten Commandments and expounded by Jesus explaining them in depth.

    As the “leaders” of this great nation repent the people will followed. We need leaders of
    high morality and character to accomplish this feat.

  • KPar says:

    December 5, 2014 at 3:03 PM

    One thing that surprises me about the folks who talk about William Ayers, is that they do not seem to know about how Ayers managed to escape punishment for his crimes.

    Simply put, Bill Ayers was a coddled rich kid, whose dad was CEO of Commonwealth Edison, with all the resources and connections that implies.

    Some revolutionary…

  • nad says:

    December 5, 2014 at 4:27 PM

    wanna know what happened. read chapter 6 in righteous indignation by andrew breitbart. read america lite by david gelertner. then read about and watch videos on the frankfurt school.

  • David Pearson says:

    December 6, 2014 at 12:46 PM

    We are all in the same boat. Everybody has a need for a good education. Almost everybody recognizes this need. Everybody has a different idea of what is a good education and how to achieve it (we want to paddle in different directions). The radical left has gained the Captain’s position and has chosen the ship course and the rowing cadence of this trireme. We, half free and half slave, are rowing and complaining. The solution is to get into a different boat – a kayak – chart our own course and power our own way. This solution fits well with the Spirit of 1776 but is achievable even now. The technology that Dinesh mentions that enables switching boats is the information age and the internet. Self education has always been affordable and doable but is even easier in the modern era. The universities recognize that a paradigm shift in education is enabled/required by modern technology. For example, visit to get a taste of this.
    A key, besides getting an education, is the credential that establishes your claim to having the education. These partially exist in a variety of forms in different states and include the GED exam and High School Equivalency Diploma and Professional Engineer degrees.
    Another key is the funding. Citizens shouldn’t have to double pay for education – once for unused public education and twice for used private or home schooling. Obviously both of these are key also to the Left Wing who desire to maintain the Status Quo of an ineffective education system as it provides lots of jobs to their supporters as well as providing the bully pulpit for promulgating their views. Success in changing the status quo in these two areas in any given state would lead to mass desertion from the trireme.
    I spent 13 years in public schools and imagine that, today, I could get a much better education, more cheaply, and in a happier environment in about 5 years. This was long ago when political bias was not a problem in the schools I attended (North Dakota) nor was there as much violence. I spent 6 years at MIT and imagine that today I could get a better education, more cheaply in about the same period of time. Having a credential equivalent to my three MIT degrees would be a challenge for the approach I propose. At MIT, political bias was a major problem although residing primarily in the Humanities Department and the MIT administration. All students (mostly engineers who were more interested in their education than in politics) were required to take 8 courses from Humanities and these were definitely used as a bully pulpit to indoctrinate engineers whose future depended upon their hard earned cumulative average. Cambridge Massachusetts was a center for the anti-war (Vietnam) movement at this time so politics was a big distraction.

  • charles a fisenne says:

    December 9, 2014 at 11:35 AM

    Call it attitude,or call it,a personal philosophy, the sum of all is the culture of society. Sex. greed, morals, ethics, religious good and evil are all jumbled into our lives.. My thought is to follow the best philosophy regardless of religion and promote it as a necessity within the culture for all desiring the comforts of peace.
    Does the philosophy expounded by the Jewish man, Jesus of Nazareth, fill this requirement? If so, why must it be always relegated to a religious status rather then a broad cultural philosophy? Do you think it might catch on alongside the Christian dogma?