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Flanders

Council Member
Karl Rove’s Republicans, and a few honest conservatives, are running after the presidential nomination in droves. The Democrat field is so threadbare you cannot drive Republicans away from the White House with wild horses. Question: In addition to Clinton, who besides Democrat Cherokee Warren is mentioned by talking heads?

NOTE: Tried and true conservatives are different in that they would be in the hunt if Rove’s Republicans only mounted two or three wannabes in the early going.

A word of caution for Tea Partiers.

Every establishment Republican in the immediate cavalry charge could be racing into the valley of death because they are convinced Hillary Clinton is a pushover. Defeating Clinton is duck soup to be sure, but there is one caveat. Media coverage is splitting the vote among so many Republicans there is one chance Clinton might pull it out. Splitting the other party’s vote is one of the oldest political tricks in the book. Before the Republican nominating convention rolls around, voters will not know who the hell stands for anything. God only knows how the party platform will read regardless of who gets the nomination.

Congress double-dealing

I have long said “To hell with the presidency. Concentrate on Congress. Proof: Congress is going full bore to give Common Core the credence it lacks.


Conservatives have been fighting Common Core national education standards for two years at the state level, but a massive bill steamrolling through Congress has the potential to cement some of the most despised elements of Common Core into federal law.

The re-authorization and rewriting of No Child Left Behind – also known as ESEA, or the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 – has been placed on a fast track in the House and Senate. The remaking of No Child Left Behind will chart the course of the federal role in education for years to come.​

I do not know which conservative groups are in the dark, but the REPUBLICANS involved in Common Core are filthy sneaks.

Yet, the bills to rewrite and reauthorize this landmark legislation now working their way through Congress have drawn surprisingly little attention to date from conservative action groups.​

Notice that REPUBLICAN Lamar Alexander was once considered presidential timber:


Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., is sponsoring the bill in the Senate, and Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., has a companion bill in the House. Both bills are extremely complex and lengthy. A draft bill in the Senate is nearly 400 pages, and the companion bill in the House is 597 pages long.​

There is a lot going on with Common Core hidden far from the public’s eye; so I’ll cut to the chase for the worst of it:

Also up for decision is whether to apply the federal ESEA rules to early education, meaning daycares and preschools. Data collection could then start basically at birth or shortly after. This is a policy advocated by professor James Heckman, the Nobel laureate economist at the University of Chicago, in a Feb. 9 op-ed in Roll Call.

The testing of toddlers’ proficiency in various “social and emotional skills” should begin well before kindergarten, Heckman argues.

Heckman even suggests that “emotional and social skills” are more important than academic skills in determining a student’s worth to society.

Feds look to control kids 'womb to workforce'
Posted By Leo Hohmann On 02/09/2015 @ 9:52 pm

http://www.wnd.com/2015/02/feds-look-to-control-kids-womb-to-workforce/

Clarification on James Heckman: The prize for economics is five acts of vaudeville. The first Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded in 1969. In other words it was invented. Alfred Nobel never heard of it. The joke is that the award for the Nobel Prize in Economics is paid by the Sveriges Riksbank.


The Sveriges Riksbank pays the Nobel Foundation for the use of the name. The reason is obvious. Nobel Prize for Economics sounds better than Sveriges Riksbank Prize for Economics. It is the same as Betty Crocker paying a fee to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences so they can call a baking award an Oscar. A prize awarded by a European bank is more obscene than the propaganda prizes for “peace” and literature. You might just as well say that bankers are determining the behavior of children for generations to come.

Bottom line: The inmates are not running the institution —— the freaks are. Whatever freaks in education want from children and society Common Core will provide.

Obviously, Democrats want more absolute control over every child. They have enough Republican sneaks, Taqiyya the Liar, and the education industry with them; so it is unlikely the latest Common Core assault on America’s children will fail to pass. Tea Party conservatives cannot stop it with support from John Boehner or Mitch McConnell.

Incidentally, Senator McConnell just said he wants more bipartisanship in the Senate! I’ll wager that he sure as hell means more bipartisan legislation like Common Core.

Temporary reprieve

Electing steadfast Tea Party conservatives in the congressional elections in 2016 will be far more important than the presidency in the off chance Common Core legislation fails this time out. I hate to admit it, but nobody knows how to defeat the control freaks behind Common Core for all time. Those freaks never give up. Beating them now, and beating them in 2016, is the best that Americans can hope for until the freaks regroup and try again.
 

Fast Eddy

Mayor
The Republican party is controlled by progressives and I will have none of it. Every damn congressmen elected for office needs to be voted out. They campaigned on platforms and then immediately vote the opposite way ignoring their constituents.
Just watch Carl Rove push the Jeb Bush candidacy on the party, that's what the money people want, they can control him. He is for amnesty and common core, why in hell would any republican vote for him.

I am thinking i might be time for a new party, the old one no longer listens to the people.
 

fairsheet

Senator
Karl Rove’s Republicans, and a few honest conservatives, are running after the presidential nomination in droves. The Democrat field is so threadbare you cannot drive Republicans away from the White House with wild horses. Question: In addition to Clinton, who besides Democrat Cherokee Warren is mentioned by talking heads?

NOTE: Tried and true conservatives are different in that they would be in the hunt if Rove’s Republicans only mounted two or three wannabes in the early going.

A word of caution for Tea Partiers.

Every establishment Republican in the immediate cavalry charge could be racing into the valley of death because they are convinced Hillary Clinton is a pushover. Defeating Clinton is duck soup to be sure, but there is one caveat. Media coverage is splitting the vote among so many Republicans there is one chance Clinton might pull it out. Splitting the other party’s vote is one of the oldest political tricks in the book. Before the Republican nominating convention rolls around, voters will not know who the hell stands for anything. God only knows how the party platform will read regardless of who gets the nomination.

Congress double-dealing

I have long said “To hell with the presidency. Concentrate on Congress. Proof: Congress is going full bore to give Common Core the credence it lacks.


Conservatives have been fighting Common Core national education standards for two years at the state level, but a massive bill steamrolling through Congress has the potential to cement some of the most despised elements of Common Core into federal law.

The re-authorization and rewriting of No Child Left Behind – also known as ESEA, or the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 – has been placed on a fast track in the House and Senate. The remaking of No Child Left Behind will chart the course of the federal role in education for years to come.​

I do not know which conservative groups are in the dark, but the REPUBLICANS involved in Common Core are filthy sneaks.

Yet, the bills to rewrite and reauthorize this landmark legislation now working their way through Congress have drawn surprisingly little attention to date from conservative action groups.​

Notice that REPUBLICAN Lamar Alexander was once considered presidential timber:


Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., is sponsoring the bill in the Senate, and Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., has a companion bill in the House. Both bills are extremely complex and lengthy. A draft bill in the Senate is nearly 400 pages, and the companion bill in the House is 597 pages long.​

There is a lot going on with Common Core hidden far from the public’s eye; so I’ll cut to the chase for the worst of it:

Also up for decision is whether to apply the federal ESEA rules to early education, meaning daycares and preschools. Data collection could then start basically at birth or shortly after. This is a policy advocated by professor James Heckman, the Nobel laureate economist at the University of Chicago, in a Feb. 9 op-ed in Roll Call.

The testing of toddlers’ proficiency in various “social and emotional skills” should begin well before kindergarten, Heckman argues.

Heckman even suggests that “emotional and social skills” are more important than academic skills in determining a student’s worth to society.

Feds look to control kids 'womb to workforce'
Posted By Leo Hohmann On 02/09/2015 @ 9:52 pm

http://www.wnd.com/2015/02/feds-look-to-control-kids-womb-to-workforce/

Clarification on James Heckman: The prize for economics is five acts of vaudeville. The first Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded in 1969. In other words it was invented. Alfred Nobel never heard of it. The joke is that the award for the Nobel Prize in Economics is paid by the Sveriges Riksbank.


The Sveriges Riksbank pays the Nobel Foundation for the use of the name. The reason is obvious. Nobel Prize for Economics sounds better than Sveriges Riksbank Prize for Economics. It is the same as Betty Crocker paying a fee to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences so they can call a baking award an Oscar. A prize awarded by a European bank is more obscene than the propaganda prizes for “peace” and literature. You might just as well say that bankers are determining the behavior of children for generations to come.

Bottom line: The inmates are not running the institution —— the freaks are. Whatever freaks in education want from children and society Common Core will provide.

Obviously, Democrats want more absolute control over every child. They have enough Republican sneaks, Taqiyya the Liar, and the education industry with them; so it is unlikely the latest Common Core assault on America’s children will fail to pass. Tea Party conservatives cannot stop it with support from John Boehner or Mitch McConnell.

Incidentally, Senator McConnell just said he wants more bipartisanship in the Senate! I’ll wager that he sure as hell means more bipartisan legislation like Common Core.

Temporary reprieve

Electing steadfast Tea Party conservatives in the congressional elections in 2016 will be far more important than the presidency in the off chance Common Core legislation fails this time out. I hate to admit it, but nobody knows how to defeat the control freaks behind Common Core for all time. Those freaks never give up. Beating them now, and beating them in 2016, is the best that Americans can hope for until the freaks regroup and try again.
"Common Core" looks to be a handy hate-angle for whomever. In my state, it's the Democrats in the legislature who're hating on Common Core.
 

Flanders

Council Member
"Common Core" looks to be a handy hate-angle for whomever. In my state, it's the Democrats in the legislature who're hating on Common Core.
To fairsheet: No elected Democrat will ever go against an education industry power grab like Common Core no matter what they say for political expediency with voters.
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
Sen Diane Feinstein said, and I paraphrase, 'Looks like Jeb is running for president. Now we know what the Bush family meant by 'no child left behind.'

LOL
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
To fairsheet: No elected Democrat will ever go against an education industry power grab like Common Core no matter what they say for political expediency with voters.
Common Core was developed by the governors.
isn't that what all y'all state righties want?
 

JuliefromOhio

Senator
Supporting Member
To JuliefromOhio: Common Core is a United Nations program. Most governors (certainly not Democrat governors) were suckered. Many have since learned better.
you mean the governors borrowed from a plan that is better than what we've used? good for them.
 

fairsheet

Senator
To fairsheet: No elected Democrat will ever go against an education industry power grab like Common Core no matter what they say for political expediency with voters.
I say they absolutely ARE doing so in my state. Therefore your silly boldness about how they never will, is hanging out there like a booger. For what it's worth though, the WEA is one of out state's most powerful lobbies and as it turns out, the WEA is the group advocating AGAINST Common Core. So....You're sorta half right.
 

EatTheRich

President
Clinton and Warren certainly get the most mentions. After that, I'd say the most prominent Democratic potential candidate is Biden.

Lamar Alexander, and this is not an endorsement of him, could be a strong presidential candidate.
 

fairsheet

Senator
I say they absolutely ARE doing so in my state. Therefore your silly boldness about how they never will, is hanging out there like a booger. For what it's worth though, the WEA is one of out state's most powerful lobbies and as it turns out, the WEA is the group advocating AGAINST Common Core. So....You're sorta half right.

Quick followup.....

It seems that our legislature, Dem and GOP has grown bored with this one and I'm not seeing any relevant opposition to Common Core at this point.
 

BitterPill

The Shoe Cometh
Supporting Member
The Republican party is controlled by progressives and I will have none of it. Every damn congressmen elected for office needs to be voted out. They campaigned on platforms and then immediately vote the opposite way ignoring their constituents.
Just watch Carl Rove push the Jeb Bush candidacy on the party, that's what the money people want, they can control him. He is for amnesty and common core, why in hell would any republican vote for him.

I am thinking i might be time for a new party, the old one no longer listens to the people.
That's the ticket!
 

BitterPill

The Shoe Cometh
Supporting Member
Clinton and Warren certainly get the most mentions. After that, I'd say the most prominent Democratic potential candidate is Biden.

Lamar Alexander, and this is not an endorsement of him, could be a strong presidential candidate.
Supposedly Webb is interested.
 

BitterPill

The Shoe Cometh
Supporting Member
To JuliefromOhio: Common Core is a United Nations program. Most governors (certainly not Democrat governors) were suckered. Many have since learned better.
Common Core is not UN.

I don't know where you got that idea, but I suspect the dregs of the internet are to blame.
 

Flanders

Council Member
Common Core is not UN.

I don't know where you got that idea, but I suspect the dregs of the internet are to blame.
To BitterPill: How you do not know is more accurate. So let me start with this:

-- David Rockefeller, Speaking at the June, 1991 Bilderberger meeting in Baden, Germany (a meeting also attended by then-Governor Bill Clinton and by Dan Quayle

http://www.rense.com/general17/quote.htm

In addition to the bankers, and the Council on Foreign Relations, the list of Common Core supporters reads like an endorsement for world government.

Liberals are famous for the smug arrogance common among true believers. The only proof they need to support their particular universal truth is the stupidity of everybody who dares disagree. You can see the same smug arrogance on the faces of liberals when they preach the glory of Common Core to poor misguided children.

Indeed, connecting Common Core to the United Nations is rare among the best of conservatives on the Internet. Phyllis Schlafly and Canada Free Press’ Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh are exceptions.

Double-speaking Common Core

Democrats play their usual doublespeak games with Common Core. A few even claim they oppose it. Sincere or not you’ll never hear a one of them say they oppose US membership in the United Nations. Why is that important? Answer: Should a majority of states abandon Common Core it won’t be long before the UN comes up with a replacement program.

Common Core did was not a major issue in the 2014 midterms. There is no doubt it will be a priority for voters in 2016 if parents and groups actively opposing Common Core began tying politicians to the United Nations.


Common Core Dates Back to the Marxist-Socialist Paradigm of UN Charter
by Nancy Thorner
April 7, 2014

http://blog.heartland.org/2014/04/common-core-dates-back-to-the-marxist-socialist-paradigm-of-un-charter/

This video is for anyone who is not familiar with what has been happening for decades in the government’s education system:

And here comes UNESCO:

The Soviet and Chinese systems use the same model, Iserbyt said. The vast majority of children get “trained” for specific “outcomes” while traditional education is reserved for the top 10 percent of elite students. The global drive toward school-to-work, outcome-based training comes packaged with the full backing of the United Nations Educational and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and tax-exempt foundations funded by the Carnegie, Gates and Rockefeller families.

Education? No, it’s about data-mining
‘Opt out’ movement surges in response to Common Core
Published: 5/10/2014 at 5:52 PM
By Leo Hohmann

http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/education-no-its-about-data-mining/

All fifty states were duped by the federal government with one stroke of the pen, and it was done with tax dollars; taxes that are paid by the people Common Core will screw. Case in point:

At stake for Hoosiers is $200 million in federal education funds. The Obama Administration is using “No Child Left Behind” waivers to warn Indiana officials of the penalties they face for non-compliance with Common Core. In a political scheme that could only be hatched in Washington, one federal program enacted under George W. Bush and widely derided for undermining local school authority, is pitted against another federal program even more derided for the same reasons.

Dept. of Education erects obstacles to keep states in Common Core
By: David Craig
5/12/2014 08:26 AM

http://www.humanevents.com/2014/05/12/dept-of-education-erects-obstacles-to-keep-states-in-common-core/

If you doubt the UN would you believe it is a Bill Gates program?

Parents are also suspicious of the gigantic amount of money that is being spent to promote the use of Common Core-aligned books and teacher training. Emeritus professor Jack Hassard of Georgia State University estimates that billionaire Bill Gates has spent $2.3 billion on Common Core.

Incidentally, does Gates get a tax deduction for whatever he gives to the United Nations/Common Core?

Some say Gates is a promoter of “global sameness of education as defined by UNESCO and the United Nations.” Gates has expressed agreement with U.N. policies that many Americans oppose such as Agenda 21, which promotes global governance at the expense of private property and national sovereignty.

My child is not common!
Phyllis Schlafly: Latest top-down education scheme more hated than all its predecessors
Published: 5/12/2014 at 7:51 PM
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY

http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/my-child-is-not-common/

One thing is certain. Whatever Bill Gates does is good for Bill Gates. In the case of Common Core, anything that is connected to the United Nations is good for Gates and his self-centered worldview:

“This is about giving money away,” he said of his support for the standards. “This is philanthropy. This is trying to make sure students have the kind of opportunity I had .?.?. and it’s almost outrageous to say otherwise, in my view.”


Here’s a question for Gates. If America’s education system was so good to you without Common Core, why do you want to change it? No matter what slick answer he is sure to come up with you have to be out of your mind to believe anything said by a bloodthirsty eugenicist in cahoots with the United Nations?

Incidentally, is it possible Bill Gates has an ulterior motive? —— POSTPONE UNTIL AFTER 2016:


On Tuesday, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation— the second-largest financial backer of Common Core after the federal government — issued a letter calling for a two-year delay of the full implementation of Common Core, which is set to take effect this 2014-15 school year.

Gates Advocates Hitting the Brakes on Consequences Associated with Common Core
Brittany Corona / June 13, 2014

http://dailysignal.com/2014/06/13/gates-advocates-hitting-brakes-consequences-associated-common-core/

Not to worry. Phyllis Schlafly tells us that Common Core is losing ground:

The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist parents in-between.

In a just world Common Core would be laid on the Democrats in the next election.

The Common Core History Standards have just become available. Real scholars say they are a "stealthy" plan to teach kids a leftwing curriculum.

XXXXX

Now Common Core has become such a big issue that it's beginning to bring the politicians into line with what the public is demanding.

Common Core's Growing Unpopularity
Phyllis Schlafly | Aug 12, 2014

http://townhall.com/columnists/phyllisschlafly/2014/08/12/common-cores-growing-unpopularity-n1877580

Common Core advocates have managed to distance the United Nations from Common Core and still the tide is turning against them:

Last week marked a turning point in the fight to reverse the push for national standards and tests through Common Core.

Battle Against Common Core Heats Up
Lindsey Burke /June 09, 2014

http://dailysignal.com/2014/06/09/battle-common-core-heats/

Go to this link for articles about Common Core and the UN’s Agenda 21.


Only hardcore deniers deny that Common Core is embedded in Agenda 21. This video is for anyone who is interested in how Common Core is connected to the United Nations:

 

BitterPill

The Shoe Cometh
Supporting Member
To BitterPill: How you do not know is more accurate. So let me start with this:

-- David Rockefeller, Speaking at the June, 1991 Bilderberger meeting in Baden, Germany (a meeting also attended by then-Governor Bill Clinton and by Dan Quayle

http://www.rense.com/general17/quote.htm

In addition to the bankers, and the Council on Foreign Relations, the list of Common Core supporters reads like an endorsement for world government.

Liberals are famous for the smug arrogance common among true believers. The only proof they need to support their particular universal truth is the stupidity of everybody who dares disagree. You can see the same smug arrogance on the faces of liberals when they preach the glory of Common Core to poor misguided children.

Indeed, connecting Common Core to the United Nations is rare among the best of conservatives on the Internet. Phyllis Schlafly and Canada Free Press’ Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh are exceptions.

Double-speaking Common Core

Democrats play their usual doublespeak games with Common Core. A few even claim they oppose it. Sincere or not you’ll never hear a one of them say they oppose US membership in the United Nations. Why is that important? Answer: Should a majority of states abandon Common Core it won’t be long before the UN comes up with a replacement program.

Common Core did was not a major issue in the 2014 midterms. There is no doubt it will be a priority for voters in 2016 if parents and groups actively opposing Common Core began tying politicians to the United Nations.


Common Core Dates Back to the Marxist-Socialist Paradigm of UN Charter
by Nancy Thorner
April 7, 2014

http://blog.heartland.org/2014/04/common-core-dates-back-to-the-marxist-socialist-paradigm-of-un-charter/

This video is for anyone who is not familiar with what has been happening for decades in the government’s education system:

And here comes UNESCO:

The Soviet and Chinese systems use the same model, Iserbyt said. The vast majority of children get “trained” for specific “outcomes” while traditional education is reserved for the top 10 percent of elite students. The global drive toward school-to-work, outcome-based training comes packaged with the full backing of the United Nations Educational and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and tax-exempt foundations funded by the Carnegie, Gates and Rockefeller families.

Education? No, it’s about data-mining
‘Opt out’ movement surges in response to Common Core
Published: 5/10/2014 at 5:52 PM
By Leo Hohmann

http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/education-no-its-about-data-mining/

All fifty states were duped by the federal government with one stroke of the pen, and it was done with tax dollars; taxes that are paid by the people Common Core will screw. Case in point:

At stake for Hoosiers is $200 million in federal education funds. The Obama Administration is using “No Child Left Behind” waivers to warn Indiana officials of the penalties they face for non-compliance with Common Core. In a political scheme that could only be hatched in Washington, one federal program enacted under George W. Bush and widely derided for undermining local school authority, is pitted against another federal program even more derided for the same reasons.

Dept. of Education erects obstacles to keep states in Common Core
By: David Craig
5/12/2014 08:26 AM

http://www.humanevents.com/2014/05/12/dept-of-education-erects-obstacles-to-keep-states-in-common-core/

If you doubt the UN would you believe it is a Bill Gates program?

Parents are also suspicious of the gigantic amount of money that is being spent to promote the use of Common Core-aligned books and teacher training. Emeritus professor Jack Hassard of Georgia State University estimates that billionaire Bill Gates has spent $2.3 billion on Common Core.

Incidentally, does Gates get a tax deduction for whatever he gives to the United Nations/Common Core?

Some say Gates is a promoter of “global sameness of education as defined by UNESCO and the United Nations.” Gates has expressed agreement with U.N. policies that many Americans oppose such as Agenda 21, which promotes global governance at the expense of private property and national sovereignty.

My child is not common!
Phyllis Schlafly: Latest top-down education scheme more hated than all its predecessors
Published: 5/12/2014 at 7:51 PM
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY

http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/my-child-is-not-common/

One thing is certain. Whatever Bill Gates does is good for Bill Gates. In the case of Common Core, anything that is connected to the United Nations is good for Gates and his self-centered worldview:

“This is about giving money away,” he said of his support for the standards. “This is philanthropy. This is trying to make sure students have the kind of opportunity I had .?.?. and it’s almost outrageous to say otherwise, in my view.”


Here’s a question for Gates. If America’s education system was so good to you without Common Core, why do you want to change it? No matter what slick answer he is sure to come up with you have to be out of your mind to believe anything said by a bloodthirsty eugenicist in cahoots with the United Nations?

Incidentally, is it possible Bill Gates has an ulterior motive? —— POSTPONE UNTIL AFTER 2016:


On Tuesday, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation— the second-largest financial backer of Common Core after the federal government — issued a letter calling for a two-year delay of the full implementation of Common Core, which is set to take effect this 2014-15 school year.

Gates Advocates Hitting the Brakes on Consequences Associated with Common Core
Brittany Corona / June 13, 2014

http://dailysignal.com/2014/06/13/gates-advocates-hitting-brakes-consequences-associated-common-core/

Not to worry. Phyllis Schlafly tells us that Common Core is losing ground:

The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist parents in-between.

In a just world Common Core would be laid on the Democrats in the next election.

The Common Core History Standards have just become available. Real scholars say they are a "stealthy" plan to teach kids a leftwing curriculum.

XXXXX

Now Common Core has become such a big issue that it's beginning to bring the politicians into line with what the public is demanding.

Common Core's Growing Unpopularity
Phyllis Schlafly | Aug 12, 2014

http://townhall.com/columnists/phyllisschlafly/2014/08/12/common-cores-growing-unpopularity-n1877580

Common Core advocates have managed to distance the United Nations from Common Core and still the tide is turning against them:

Last week marked a turning point in the fight to reverse the push for national standards and tests through Common Core.

Battle Against Common Core Heats Up
Lindsey Burke /June 09, 2014

http://dailysignal.com/2014/06/09/battle-common-core-heats/

Go to this link for articles about Common Core and the UN’s Agenda 21.


Only hardcore deniers deny that Common Core is embedded in Agenda 21. This video is for anyone who is interested in how Common Core is connected to the United Nations:

Bill Gates runs the UN? Agenda 21?

The reason the 'battle against common core is heating up' is because there are a lot of kooks on the internet which, according to Lukey, is communist!
 

BitterPill

The Shoe Cometh
Supporting Member
"Common Core" looks to be a handy hate-angle for whomever. In my state, it's the Democrats in the legislature who're hating on Common Core.
It seems to me Common Core runs into most trouble, with wingers at least, by not presenting a cherry-picked history of the US, but cherry-picking through history isn't history at all. It is propaganda.
 
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