My Fokes Will Be Sarry!

When Hillery is Pressadint my dad and my mom they are goin to get it but good, and my syster she gonna get it too.

I wentt home yestadday to tel them that my prefesser he sayed that ordrinary wite peple like them thay shuld ouhgjt to have to give up there houses to Undockuminted Migrains to make up for bein wite and having Wite Priflidge and thay are lucky, last weak at Harvord thay sayed wite peple males thay ouhjt to Kill themselfs! to make up for havin Wite Prifflidge.

So thare i was bein nice and givin them a Heads Up and my dad he grabbed me and he Put me over his knee and give me a Spankin! And then my mom and my syster thay got there licks in too. And then thay made me wach wile thay pullt all my pixtures out of the fambly foto alblums and tore them up and throwed them in the Fire Place!!    Dont “yuo ever” come bake heer or “we” will be chuckin yiu into the Fire “Place”! my dad he sayed. And my mom she sayed i was a Discrace to Her Woom, i dont know what she meen by that.

You ask why i dint cal the Police and have my fokes arested? Wel it was jist too embarassin! but i got to rite abuout it or i will Bust a Gasket.

It jist gose to show my fambly is a bunch of biggits and Haters and that Is what al Wite Peple is unlesss thay are Interllecturals like me.

Boy wil i lafgh at them wehn Hillery has them all Carted off to Re Eddication Camp!

What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Okay, you continue to send your kids to public school because______?

Here’s a school story from Texas. It’ll warm your heart. ( )

In an eighth-grade classroom in the Killeen Independent School District, a girl had an asthma attack. She couldn’t breathe. So the teacher did what the school policy was for her to do: she sent an email to the school nurse, and then did nothing else, waiting for a reply.

Meanwhile, the girl, in the throes of her asthma attack, fell out of her chair, onto the floor. Still no answering email. Finally a 15-year-old boy picked her up and carried her to the nurse’s room, very possibly saving her life.

His reward was to be suspended. He broke the rules, you see, by leaving the classroom.

This reminds me of one of those old puzzles, “How many mistakes can you find in this picture?” Just to name a few that sort of jump out at me:

Why didn’t this girl have an inhaler? Would you send your asthmatic child off to school without an inhaler?

School reacts to medical emergencies by sending email and waiting for a reply

Boy suspended for saving fellow student’s life

Boy and his mother have different last names

Boy employs the f-bomb in the classroom and in front of reporter interviewing him afterward

Superintendent of Schools issues formal statement which says absolutely nothing

Gee whiz–if this boy hadn’t acted, how long was the teacher prepared to wait for the nurse’s email? What if it had been an even more acute medical emergency, like a severed artery or something? And why does every person quoted in this story say “ya” for “you”?

Public education–your tax dollars going up in smoke. And your children being taught how to be idiots.

Children as Prisoners

We live next door to a school. On a beautiful spring day, in the middle of a nice suburban town, the kids never walk to school, never walk home, unless accompanied by a guard…er, parent.

Mostly they have to be driven to school in cars, or ride the school bus, although in a small town like this, most of them live only a short distance from the school. And of course many of them have to stay after school in various “programs” until Mommy comes home from work and is able to pick them up.

We have invented a very peculiar way of raising children. On one hand, we believe childhood is so fraught with peril, our streets are crawling with sexual predators, letting one or two kids walk to school unsupervised is the same as pushing them into the lions’ cage at feeding time: and no child may ever be without adult supervision. We are constantly on guard lest they should escape.

On the other hand, we let their age-group peers teach them and socialize them, we give them cell phones and other gadgets so they’re never out of reach of other kids, we teach them that the kids in their class at school are the most important people in their lives, and we allow their minds to be saturated with a pop culture that’s  the most effective disseminator of anti-values ever devised by man.

We teach obedience and rebellion at the same time.

The result is supposed to be good for the statists.

It’s not likely to be good for anybody else.

School Blasts Mom for Giving Daughter Oreos

You blocks, you stones, you worse than senseless things–do you still not know enough to keep your children out of the hands of modern educators?

Here’s a little tidbit from yet another public school, the Children’s Academy in Aurora, Colorado.

Here school officials spotted a 4-year-old girl with a little pack of Oreos in her lunchbox. Apparently they wouldn’t let the child eat the lunch her mother packed, and sent it home untouched–along with a stern note to the mother, which we quote here, via ABC News:

“Dear Parents, It is very important that all students have a nutritious lunch. This is a public school setting and all children are required [emphasis added] to have a fruit, a vegetable and a healthy snack from home, along with milk. If they have potatoes, the child will also need bread to go along with it. [Bread and potatoes? Are they kidding? No wonder there’s an obesity epidemic.] Lunchables, chips, fruit snacks, and peanut butter are not considered to be a healthy snack. This is a very important part of our program and we need everyone’s participation.” ( )

Not only are they arrogant, high-handed, and imperious: they’re also full of ca-ca. Bread and potatoes!

You’d think people would have enough self-respect that they would not put up with this. How dare these public hirelings treat us like this–we, the poor devils who have to pay their salaries and fund their pensions so they can retire at 50, when most of us have no more hope of a pension than we have of being granted super-powers?

I noticed that the only parent involved in the story is the mommy. Was dear old Dad just totally irrelevant, or is there no daddy in the picture–as is true nowadays of so many of our new-fangled, patched-together-according-to-the-wisdom-of-our-depraved-culture substitutes for families?

Here is a fact. Consider it well.

The deconstruction of our culture begins with public schooling and popular entertainment.

Together they give us what we’ve got.

School Makes 3-Year-Olds Sign Pledge Not to Use ‘Transphobic Language’

Let’s see, now… how can I phrase this most gently? Oh, I know!

Public school officials are perverted wackos who shouldn’t ever be allowed near  children.

Think it ain’t so? Well, go ahead–you try to find an innocent and reasonable explanation for the teachers at this school in England having little three-year-olds formally pledge never to use “transphobic language” ( ).

Once again the Mother Country leads the way down to Avernus. This is the Turnham Primary School in South London, a building that looks like either a prison or an old-fashioned mental hospital

. The pledge also requires toddlers to promise to eschew “homophobic” language and “to be tolerant of people with different sexual orientations and lifestyles.” This brilliant idea, reports The Daily Mail, originated with the teachers at Turnham, who “introduced the document to help stamp out playground prejudice against transgender people.”

So that was a major problem, was it–three-year-olds being nasty about weird sexual proclivities?

I”m pretty sure I couldn’t sign my name when I was three years old. Nor did I know a single thing about “lifestyles,” to say nothing of poor lost souls getting portions of their anatomy chopped off so they can say they are members of the sex opposite to that proclaimed by the chromosomes in every cell of their bodies. If little children do know about this stuff, it’s because some sleazy “teacher” insisted on telling them all about it. Teachers are “change agents,” you know.

Please, please–if you love your children, do not send them to a public school. Ever.

Common Core Teaches Only “Science” is True

If you read nothing else today, read the New York Times article by philosophy professor Justin McBrayer, “Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts” ( ).

Professor McBrayer discovered that, as part of Common Core–control of public education curriculum, nationwide, by the federal government–children are being taught that something is either a Fact or an Opinion. A fact, said a poster in his son’s second-grade classroom is something that is true about a subject and can be proven. An opinion is what someone thinks, feels, or believes.

So what’s wrong with that?

First, says the professor, the teaching is that “truth” and “proof” are the same thing–when, of course, they aren’t. “It’s a mistake to confuse truth (a feature of the world) with proof (a feature of our mental lives).”

Second, he explains, the teaching is that any claim is either a fact or an opinion–never both. “Value claims,” therefore–claims that an act is right or wrong, good or evil, “are not facts.”

Yup, everything but mainline “science” is just a fantasy in someone’s individual mind, and can only be ignored.  So there’s no such thing as “truth”: it’s either “your truth” or “my truth.” Thank you, Pontius Pilate.

The professor is right on target, as far as he goes. But his article does not explain why the same moral illiterates who teach children that the only claims that are “true” are those “facts” established by Science, fly into a frenzy at the slightest suggestion that, for instance, marriage consists of a man and a woman. There is no “scientific proof” that it does. There is no “scientific proof” that it doesn’t. But just say the magic words, and that whole “your truth, my truth” thing goes out the window and the Diversity crowd wants to destroy you.

Prof. McBrayer does suggest that there is a certain element of Doublethink involved in this whole enterprise. That’s putting it mildly.

So what do you get when you have “scientific truth” without any concept of moral truth?

You get Frankenstein. Every single time.

Proof That America is Getting Dumber

One of the things we like to do around here, by way of relaxation, is crossword puzzles. We have subscribed to a certain crossword magazine, from a publisher whose various puzzle magazines we’ve been regularly buying for almost 40 years. The next issue seemed inordinately delayed, so today I phoned the publisher to ask about it.

Well, guess what? They’re wiping out practically their whole line of magazines, saving only those devoted to Sudoku and really easy crossword puzzles. Self-esteem crossword puzzles: “Three-letter word for domestic animal that goes ‘Meow’ and is not a dog or a goldfish.”

“We had to do it,” said the customer service rep. “No one is buying anything but easy puzzles and Sudoku. They just can’t do the harder puzzles.”

So that little avenue of pleasure is being sealed off. Neither of us is the least bit interested in Sudoku, and who wants to do a crossword puzzle that a five-year-old can do? And no more cryptograms for Patty.

This in the country that spends more on public education than anyone has dared to calculate.

The great thinkers who created and shaped public education in the 19th and early 20th centuries were not bashful about stating their long-range goal to train up an American populace that was tractable, ignorant, easily herded by their glorious leaders… and incapable of doing adult crossword puzzles.

Looks like they’ve succeeded.

Oregon School, Cops, Crash Down on Boy for Playing ‘Hangman’

If a couple of recently-released illegal alien jailbirds break into your home for rape and robbery, and you call the police, and the cops don’t get there in time to help you, it may be because they’re busy with something important–like busting a 13-year-old kid for playing “Hangman.”

For those who don’t know, “Hangman” is a guessing game. You try to guess a secret name or word, letter by letter, and every time you guess wrong, the other player draws another part of a stick-figure man being hanged. If the drawing is finished before you can guess the secret word by filling letters, you lose.

At Beaverton Junior High School, Oregon, school officials were shocked, shocked, when they caught a boy playing,as  children have played for over 100 years, “Hangman.” The budding domestic terrorist was promptly suspended, but that wasn’t enough: they also called the cops, who dropped whatever else they were doing and rushed over to the school to interrogate this menace to the social order ( ).

Would you believe it? The child’s father, ungrateful wretch that he must be, is suing the school district!

To all of you who still believe a public school staffed by ultra-left-wing morons is the best place to socialize your child–are you out of your cotton-pickin’ minds?


Kids Taught Bill of Rights is Out of Date

Check out Phyllis Schlafly‘s column at today, in which she offers a coast-to-coast sampling of education malpractice–by which we always mean “standard practice,” when speaking of the public schools–under the banner of Common Core.

I’ll let her tell you about the Arizona school with the class play featuring a character who has sex with a goat, and other goodies. But let’s consider this from the Bryant school district, Arkansas–in which 6th-graders were asked to “update” the Bill of Rights by deleting two “out of date” rights and replacing them with new ones. It seems the teachers didn’t make it entirely clear that this was make-believe.

You know what? It’s not such a bad idea to get kids thinking about the Bill of Rights. Our founders added those first ten Amendments to the Constitution because they thought we absolutely couldn’t do without them. They were put there to protect us, and our states, from the central government. Of course they should be studied. If I were homeschooling a child at this point in my life–over my dead body would any child of mine be taught in public school today–I might well ask him to try to imagine what America would be like without, for instance, the First and Second Amendments. We can all do with a greater appreciation for our liberties.

But somehow I don’t think a unionized public school teacher would ever present it quite that way.

“Now, class, I’m sure you can all see that that pesky right to bear arms is really bad for our country. What we really need is a Constitutional right to practice same-sex marriage, and another right to force those nasty religious haters to celebrate it and say it’s good…”

You get my drift.

Get your children out of the public schools before they’re irreparably brainwashed.

Americans are NOT Stupid