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Objective: Remove Christ/Infiltrate Public Education

by Bradlee Dean, WesternJournalism.com:

“The only foundation for a useful education in a republic is to be laid in religion. Without this there can be no virtue, and without virtue there can be no liberty, and liberty is the object and life of all republican governments.” – Benjamin Rush

According to the 10th Amendment to the Constitution, the federal government has no business encroaching upon the education of children – and for good reason. Despite the fact that this line is clearly drawn in our founding documents, un-American, ungodly, and unconstitutional content has bled into America’s supposed educational curricula through “No Child Left Behind,” “International Baccalaureate,” and now “Common Core.”

For example, International Baccalaureate, a global educational scheme contrived in Sweden in 1968, teaches that which stands in direct contradiction to what America’s Founding Fathers established:

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2 comments to Objective: Remove Christ/Infiltrate Public Education

  • NaySayer

    If people feel religion is necessary for virtue, then that is their opinion but many do not have to fear hell to behave in a moral manner.

    It is anti-constitutional to say WHICH religion people should be. If you insist that people must have religious instruction then it is their own business which religion that should be from.

    Just because white christian males who owned land were the only people who got rights under this constitution originally is no reason to keep it that way, or do you people want to go back to slavery too? HOw about taxation with no representation for women again? No ability to be judged by a jury of our peers? I won’t support that constitution.

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