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We Don’t Need Public Schools: They Need Us

Well, it is Christmas, the time of year we Christians celebrate the miraculous Virgin Birth of Jesus our Lord. And, like clockwork, lawsuits and threats of same abound. After all, how dare we openly celebrate?

Nowhere is what I am saying better exampled than Moanalua High School in Honolulu. It seems that a concert that had been held for the past six years, featuring the school’s award-winning orchestra and volunteers from the New Hope Church, was more than Mitch Kahle could bear. He threatened the school district based on a separation of church and state and his threat brought an abrupt end to the concert.

Four days before the concert, the concert was cancelled. The fact that the concert has raised more $200,000 for a charity that treats poor people in Africa meant nothing to Kahle.

It once again provides transpicuous proof that liberals and haters do not care about the good something does and/or care about the people who benefit from same. They are consumed by hatred.

Which brings me to my point. Why even bother with the public school system? The New Hope Church involvement was to handle ticket sales and to sell tickets at its services. Why not have the church participate as it always has, and arrange to have the orchestra members perform at another venue and identify themselves as volunteering their time as an act of community service?

This is precisely why I advocate that Christian parents withdraw their children from public schools and homeschool them and/or place their children in private Christian schools. I have long argued that it is poor stewardship for Christians to spend millions of dollars to have their children wear tee-shirts that says “Jesus loves you” or to openly give thanks for their food on school property.

The monies used to fight those battles could better be spent to provide need-based financial aid to help families provide quality education for their children — free of homosexual indoctrination and godless, revisionist instruction.

It is a senseless exercise to file lawsuits for Christian children to exercise their First Amendment rights in an environment designed to inculcate base commonalities.

It’s time we picked our battles more wisely. The public school system needs us; we do not need them. And it is beyond time we drive that point home.

If we were to view public schools as mission fields to liberate the minds and souls of children from revisionist history, homosexual indoctrination, and pandering to Planned Parenthood we would be doing the work of the Lord, increasing church attendance, and preparing a people for the future who actually stood for something moral. And we accomplish this by providing a safe educational and spiritual environment for the children to learn.

One more thought: If the scripture says we should come out from among them, why are we fighting to keep our children and other children confined to be a part of that which is among the most base in the world?

I am aware of some who are working to bring about that very thing. Mennonite and Baptist private schools abound, in addition to private Catholic schools. We must make it our business to support them. My son attended private Christian schools and not only did the academic expectations far exceed those of public schools, but also the teachers themselves viewed their work as ministry not a place to go for cheap health insurance and a pension.
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51 Responses to We Don’t Need Public Schools: They Need Us

  1. Owen K. December 11, 2012 at 12:11 am #

    Thank you Mychal. Great article.

  2. Deborah December 8, 2012 at 8:13 pm #

    When are the atheists, agnostics and intolerant going to listen and learn that no where and no place does separation of Church and state mean God is to be taken out of government? Our founders sought out God at every turn, privately and publicly. Whenever I have tried to point this out I have been ridiculed and shouted down. When did our Constitution get re-written to appease and please the ignorant and progressives?

  3. Julie Bennett December 8, 2012 at 5:56 pm #

    We paid for private Christian schooling for our son. We made the choice to drive old cars so he would not be in a hostile environment. What dismayed me most was the struggle not only for us to finance this choice but for the school also. It was a never ending fund raising endeavor. What was frustrating were the parents diligence to "tithe" to the mega church most attended but not to the school. That would have ended the financial crunch.
    I agree with Mychal…pull your kids out of the jaws of the beast. As difficult and trying as it was it was well worth it.

  4. Chris Miller December 8, 2012 at 10:36 am #

    Mychal
    Every parent who can take thier child out of public school should do so today. I am a retired History Teaher from Bethlehem, PA. The school district is on the edge of collapse financialy. The curriculum, something that is constantly changing, is a mess and is forced down the throats of the districts because the Commonwealth and Federal governments are constantly changing programs and that means tremendous costs. Get your kids out or public schools yesterday

  5. Marilyn December 8, 2012 at 10:09 am #

    Great Rant/Article, Mychal. If I had young children in today’s world, they would be home schooled or sent to Christian schools. A few years ago, My children and grandchldren were blessed to have a good school system that believed in The Pledge, National Anthem, allowed ball players to pray before games, As time passed, if some students wanted to hold prayer meetings before school started, they were allowed to meet in specific places to do so. Now, we have the encroachment of the local atheists voicing their opinions about their philosopies but students are still allowed to hold their prayer meetings before the school bell rings for start of classes. Lately, One major eye opener for me was attending one of the younger grandchidren’s “Christmas Program.” Not one Christmas Carol was sung. No Babe in the manger! Very disappointing. The audience did not appreciate this and low approval was heard – not at all appropriate for the children who worked so hard to not have a real Christmas Program.

  6. Fay December 8, 2012 at 9:31 am #

    Well expressed support for homeschooling Mychal and supporters! Our daughter-in-law homeschools our gr-daughter, and beginning Jan 2013, our daughter begins h’schooling her 4. This grandmother is thankful God has led our children to get their little ones out of the “village” and teach them at home in Truth! We will continue to pray for participants in public school system.

  7. JoAnn Dolberg December 8, 2012 at 4:06 am #

    AMEN!

  8. Sunny van Zyl December 8, 2012 at 3:52 am #

    One of my favorite subjects Mychal. I offend many when I say responsible parents do not send their children to public school. So true, where there is a will there is a way. Grandparents, other relatives, another home school mom or dad to help. Many have to work and it is harder for them, but if working won't pay for private school, them call on your relatives and church family for help. My home church are all home schooled, one exception with grandparents raising 3 grandchildren and yet they keep a close eye on what's going on. These kids are respectful, content to be home and able to have time for the adventures of childhood. What a difference between these kids, basic education as well as character. Once again I mention The Underground History of American Education, by John Gatto. A tell all with names as to why the schools are designed the way they are, and the heavy programing of youth. All we have to do is look at the last 3 generations to see the effects of public education, and with each generation, comes dumbed down, disrespectful, all about me people, who will be and are making decissions for us. Yikes, we are expirencing their programing today in gov. and society.

  9. Alessandre December 7, 2012 at 8:08 pm #

    This is an Alessandre rant. Please forgive its length; I’ve been thinking about this for some time:

    I always thought I had an excellent education: was in gifted programs during grammar school, attended a small, academic high school, went to an Ivy League College, completed most of a masters in theology program (until the required Queer Theology Seminar when I realized I couldn’t continue). Fortunately, I did learn to read, write, think & conduct research but, the information I learned was often deficient or false.

    What I’m learning about the Act of 1871, the 14th amendment & what FDR did using the New Deal is truly terrifying & has me asking many questions: why wasn’t any of this in my American history textbooks? Why are we being held hostage by departments that are supposed to govern 10 sq. miles? Why haven’t our conservative representatives addressed these assaults on our liberty? My Anthropology professor bemoaned the horrible things white Europeans did to Native Americans (& some did) but failed to teach that many Native Americans tribes throughout North & South America engaged in human sacrifice & cannibalism or that temples for sacrificing other human beings have been found as far north as IL & all along the migratory routes Native Americans regularly traveled. Biology omitted teaching that the number of changes required for a single celled animal to become multi-celled is so huge, the only kind of evolution possible isn’t evolution at all but merely variation w/i species. Even English Literature & Psychology, my majors, omitted the true & useful & taught the false & slanted (or evil). I have spent the past five years re-educating myself (thank God I’ve been ill so I’ve had time); it will take the rest of my life just to reach the level of knowledge the Founding Fathers had and I read 8 languages when I began!

    If my education, which started about 35 years ago, is so deficient, imagine the education average students are receiving today. It’s scary. Architects rely on computers to design buildings but computers can’t make the fine determinations that humans must make. Doctors haven’t the wisdom to treat patients but rely on protocols which are a great place to begin but can’t replace a properly educated doctor who gains wisdom from other doctors & from a lifetime’s experience. While managing large litigations in NYC, I’d fire 3 out 5 entry level paralegals because they couldn’t write a coherent sentence or understand basic instructions. I couldn’t fire them but worked w/ attorneys who increasingly are functionally illiterate – and again, I was at top law firms. Public school educations leave smart people ignorant & average people nearly unemployable.

    Not only do we not need public schools, we need to get away from them ASAP! I have friends teaching in public schools that tell me they try to get in 2 minute lessons – in math & science! What, of substance, can a child learn in 2 minutes? We know they indoctrinate our kids but the dumbing down process makes Americans unable to compete w/ the citizens of other nations. Genuine education allows people to build lives for themselves, to innovate & create. The pseudo-education children receive in public school prepares American kids to watch TV/play video games, value feelings over facts, do something that feels good even if they do it badly (act, sing) & be selfish. Even poorly home schooled children are more prepared for college than most public school children. Each generation turns out kids who remain kids longer & are less educated. We need a great exodous from public schools & we need it now.

    • Annie Hamer December 8, 2012 at 4:21 pm #

      Allesandre,

      That is impressive (positively so) on every level. You needn’t apologize for the length; I’d like to read more. I hope you are speaking out in other forums and perhaps on your own blog, web page and/or Facebook. Your voice needs to be heard. (Do you have any links/sites to more of your writing?)

      Your thinking/logic is laser-like, your writing is crisp, and your grammar is quite good. I appreciate all of those talents/skills/gifts.

      One need not be a “conspiracy theorist” to suspect that the foundation of the “educational propaganda via addition and omission” was constructed decades ago.

      Your experience at the Ivy League stirred a memory. Years back, I was doing an ancient language at an I.L. This was in the day of the fearless front guard of feminism (more than zealous [aka fanatical/rabid] with new-found cause and power). While dining, I commented to a friend that I believe the Bible to be God’s inspired, inerrant, trustworthy word. As if someone had shouted, “Cue the stunt radicals!”–20 determined young women picked up their plates and glasses, whirled a 180 in their plastic chairs, and parked with their backs to me. Not to have besmirched them, but I couldn’t help but laugh out loud. With plates and glasses wobbling and napkins falling to the floor–weren’t they showing me a thing or two? They may have felt like valiant warriorettes for their cause, but I had a balanced lunch in more ways than one.

      I sincerely hope you will continue writing.

      Regards,
      Annie

    • Mrs.JWB December 8, 2012 at 6:08 pm #

      THANK YOU Alessandre! What an encouragement to me!

  10. Bill Sr. December 7, 2012 at 5:10 pm #

    For all of you Christian teachers who are bound to your jobs in order to make a living for your self and/or your family trying to do your best to share the faith and still avoid being censored by your principle or the union, I offer this prayer for you.
    Heavenly Father,
    We give you thanks for your great goodness and mercy in sending your divine Son our lord Jesus Christ to open our hearts and minds to your truth and justice. He has taught us the wisdom of your ways in order for us to salvage our souls and become aware and worthy of your eternal love for humanity. As his enlightenment has revealed your ever presence in the destiny of man it is our duty to accept, cherish and maintain this light of truth in our lives and the lives of our children for all generations.
    For this reason we pray and beseech you to bless and watch over those to whom we have entrusted our children for basic knowledge of our society, government and nation. Grant, we pray, that these dedicated disciples of learning have hearts of faith and charity which will envelope and strengthen all they seek to instruct and impart to those in their charge with respect for your love and the understanding they are in fact in your service to make these little ones aware they are and eternally will be your children. Amen

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 5:39 pm #

      bill sr: what a thoughtful and wonderful thing to do…thk you my friend…

  11. Rhonda Bradley December 7, 2012 at 8:37 pm #

    YES! YOU'VE GOT IT! This year my Bible study is in Genesis and I just revisited Abram's separation from Lot. He gives Lot the opportunity to chose which direction to take his family in. Abram had the RIGHT to chose first but humbly deferred to Lot and Lot chose 1. the 'fertile' valley (assurance of plenty of provision with little worry and least amount of work) 2. the city where he would have much opportunity for success and influence 3. the best opportunities for the success of his children – great schools, numerous intelligent mates for his girls, and opportunities for their success. All of which I'm sure he felt VERY BLESSED by God for the provisions…but did God provide those things? Abram humbly took the 'high road' where there was little to be seen in easy provision or comfort OR in INFLUENCE….in fact the one record of great influence on the surrounding people was that he BATTLED five kings/armies that had offended Lot! In the end Lot's BLESSINGS were curses and his influence was equal to nothing. He lost the spiritual battle for his wife and daughters and their spouses! OBVIOUSLY America is coming to the same demise after our founding fathers fought such great battles to secure our freedom to worship God…so now we've been 'worshipping' in our sleep while the devil has taken our children and most don't even know it. Thanks Mr. Massie!

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 5:43 pm #

      rhonda bradley: once again you’ve nailed it…

  12. Nancy Ross Assaf December 7, 2012 at 7:01 pm #

    I agree wholeheartedly Mychal, but how can we deal with special education? I have a disabled daughter and could not get any education for her in the private schools. They just aren't set up to do it. My other 2 daughters did go to private schools because in the New Orleans area you can't really get a good education for your children in the public schools. Perhaps the special ed. teachers would move to the private schools if it were all changed, but it's so prohibitively expensive to fund. I've lived through busing and affirmative action as well, and NONE of it has really worked to educate minority and economically disadvantaged children and to truly lift them out of the welfare system. Wish your article could be more than just wishful thinking.

    • Rhonda Bradley December 7, 2012 at 8:41 pm #

      I have children who stuggle with Asperger's and ADHD. They don't get the same kind of education from me but they get all my love. You certainly need to have a support group of family and/or friends who can help! A church family is where we are supposed to be and SOMEONE has to begin to rise up and BE THAT church. Mr. Massie's article is JUST THAT CALL! But we must realize that people who don't have the needs that we do will not know how to help so we must ASK for the help we need from God but then from His people also. Don't just EXPECT others to KNOW. Help them to know and understand. Many want to but need YOUR help so that they can help you.

      • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 5:40 pm #

        rhonda bradley: well said…you are exactly right…

      • Alessandre December 7, 2012 at 6:46 pm #

        2 1/2 years ago, I moved from NYC to TX because I was ill, needed to live in a warmer climate & needed doctors who would work to help me get better rather than try to make me fit the description of the patients covered by their grant (at the top of the medical “food chain,” many doctors place renewing their grants over their patients’ needs). A friend from church in NYC had suggested a church in Houston, I attended &, once they knew my story, was adopted by several families & parishioners. At first I felt uncomfortable asking for help (& still do sometimes) but God sent a wonderful friend who sat me down & gave me a “fatherly” talk. He told me I was fortunate to be surrounded by people who were loving & generous & that I should accept help when I needed it. I accepted his advice & my church family helps me. If you’re at a church that follows the 10 commandments, that is serious about loving others as Christ loves us, that preaches the Gospel even if it’s offensive (& when is it not?), let them know what you need & trust. It’s difficult to speak up but you can be a gift to your church by helping them become more & more a family. God bless you.

        PS: If you’re not at such a church, leave & find another one.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 5:56 pm #

      nancy ross assaf: it’s not wishful thinking…I spoke w/ a woman earlier this week who got tired of public school…she and others got together did the research and this spring they will hold their fifth graduation for seniors…the private school my son went to had a single father w/ a special needs son who enrolled him specifically because they were able to give him the attention he needed…start praying and ask God to bring others of like minds who are willing to help pray your needs into being…there are very good resource people you find all over the country…faith isn’t faith until you’ve put your foot down in the jordan to see if it gets wet…

  13. Clara Sanchez Brincat December 7, 2012 at 6:45 pm #

    WOW! WOW! WOW! Mychal you did it! Thank you for validating home schooling…teaching IS a ministry all its own and few people see it as such..KUDOS to you Mr. Massie and I am forever grateful to you for writing such a GREAT article! The masses ARE awakeming!

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 5:57 pm #

      clara sanchez brincat: my goodness lady I thought you didn’t love me anymore…I haven’t heard from you in forever…how are you and your family…

  14. Norlyn December 7, 2012 at 1:06 pm #

    Totally agree!

    Have discussed this with many professing Christians who send their children to public schools. Most maintain that children need the socializing public schools provide them to adequately get along in society. When reminded of Deuteronomy 6 & Proverbs 22 saying the responsibility for teaching children is with the parents, the typical response is that the children are active in church youth groups, Sunday school & worship so they are counteracting the influence of the school acedemics; in other words they know the school teaching is bad & don’t care.

    Our kids are not missionaries even tho many do have a Christian effect on those around them in public schools. Our society is so corrupt largely because for the last century there has been a lack of adult Christian participation in it making a difference.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:14 pm #

      norlyn: the private Christian schools my son attended had sports teams and excelled in music both instrumental and vocal…they did not suffer from a lack of socialization…I scoff at people who use that as an excuse…they want their children branded by the world and are not honest enough to admit it…

    • Mrs.JWB December 7, 2012 at 6:35 pm #

      I think it very funny that people worry about socialization without diserning the difference between “good” and “bad” socializing! Even in ‘youth groups’ kids are still getting the influence of the society’s ills. ADULTS are the ones who should be SOCIALIZING children and parents SHOULD be doing the majority of THAT. How could we as a country of PIONEERS possibly have had such a grand history of education when so many were rural? May I suggest that it was because parents were the largest influence on their children. No matter whether spiritual or mental if we are largely influenced by the immature we too will remain immature and KNOWLEDGE does not equal maturity. WISDOM (God’s way) WITH knowledge equals maturity so if you want to grow up, imitate someone who’s mature and if you want your children to be MATURE make sure they have plenty of WISE and caring influences.

      • Mrs.JWB December 7, 2012 at 7:26 pm #

        forgive me…I have one more comment…No ONE can teach a child ALL that (s)he will need to know NOT EVEN a WHOLE INSTITUTION! God has a plan for each one and our only responsiblity is to teach them to put God’s will first and to ask and seek for the answers to their questions. Honestly answer when you don’t know and help them look for the answers that is what makes EDUCATION an ADVENTURE for LIFE!

  15. Ben December 7, 2012 at 12:18 pm #

    The NEA needs to be purged. They cannot let a program that is not Muslim be put on when the head of the Muslim Brotherhood is coming there to vacation in a few weeks.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:25 pm #

      ben: the nea needs to be flushed down the toilet…since that’s not happening soon…we should move to support private Christian schools and homeschooling…

  16. Delbert Lee Spiegel December 7, 2012 at 4:55 pm #

    I believe I remember reading about a guy named Saul (Paul) that went about persecuting people that believed differently than him? What we have here is a lack of communication, and what we need here is 1- a blinding light from the heavens 2- A temporary loss of sight and maybe a lot less authorization from the high priest (those with authority to rule a just few).

    • Verlee Owens December 7, 2012 at 5:59 pm #

      Gives all new meaning to the term "generalizations."

      • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:21 pm #

        verlee owens: if it was clear what yo were saying I’d be better able to respond…that said if my hunch is right that’s a good thing for you…

      • Del Spiegel December 7, 2012 at 8:49 pm #

        Verlee, we need to stop meeting this way. my wife thinks I love you and I do. Being just a poor farm boy from Iowa who learned slowly , who went to bed hungry and woke up cold and who also needs a dictionary to read Mychal’s Rants needs clarification on the term “generalizations love ya lots Del

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:26 pm #

      delbert lee spiegel: I have no idea who you are directing your sarcasm toward…I would appreciate if you clarify same…

      • Del Spiegel December 7, 2012 at 8:31 pm #

        What we have here is a lack of communication (cool hand Luke) If Mitch Kahle does not like the message he trys to to kill messenger God, Christianity, faith in a higher being. and every one that believes that way. The God I have learned to honor love and obey has rules. Mitch Kahle , to me has only his own or perhaps a void at this time in his soul.God used Saul(Paul) a man with many of the convictions or lack of in a great way.
        that Paul had. Will Mitch Kahle have the blinding light and loss of sight as Paul did??Paul was riding his donkey into town killing and persecuting believers in Christ with the blessing of the high priests or authority such a the supreme court/the government / and you describe them in a much better way than I can. Those that cry tears of unfairness seem to find the ears of headline stories seeking media/ and candidates chasing a cause to get votes. Mychal you confused my shuttle humor using biblical history to make my point for sarcasm . You are one of my heros or a tall drink in the desert. love ya Del

  17. John McClain December 7, 2012 at 4:53 pm #

    This is the perfect example, at the exact right time to make this specific point clear, we don't and never did need public schools, and in truth, they only need us, if we would allow our Nation to remain an anathema to a civil society, and a Moral and Christian Nation.

    Not only do we not need them, our rule of law denies their right to exist. There is three quarters of our government which has been mendaciously added to the lawful government, and every bit of it is as evil deliberately pernicious and hateful to our National Standards, and as Mychal says, our only extant purpose in being "in among them" is solely for the purpose of witnessing to them, and offering the hope of God, we have.
    Absent that, we have no purpose, no good way of being well and fully connected with them, and we have our moral obligation to be free of their corruption, keeping all our distance from their influence, and only reaching close enough to speak the truth, the Gospel, and to hear their response and properly respond as it calls for. If we fail to confront, put down and eliminate their very existence in our society, we will be tainted and fail to stay true.

    We must fight from our own proper place, standing on the Word of God, and never allow evil to choose the field of battle.
    Sincerely,
    John McClain
    GySgt, USMC, ret.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:28 pm #

      john mcclain: BOO-YAH…your last sentence smacks it out of the park…

  18. Vicki L December 7, 2012 at 11:30 am #

    As a Christian teacher teaching in a pubic school, I try my best to bring light into darkness. I do think I’m making a difference, but I am appalled by the poisonous pablum on which the majority of students were fed, which has resulted in a generation who not only accepts homosexuality as normal, but, further, demand (and I mean demand vociferously) that those “haters” who disagree “admit” that the contention that thery “were born that way” be accepted as scientific fact.

    The liberal teachers in my building promote this, along with their presentation of revisionist history and evolution as fact. The frightening part is that this generation has little to no knowledge of the Bible (the result of generational abandonment of God), so why should we be surprised that they are so easily indoctrinated?

    Without true wisdom, we perish, and that only comes from God. God will allow us to reap what we sow, but I fear for our nation. Satan has perpetrated damning lies that the masses want to hear, and they follow it with itching ears.

    My only solace is that God is still God and is still on His throne. Man can say and do what he pleases, but God will have the final word. We, His people, must love this generation enough to try to point them to the One who can save in such a way that they will listen and believe. We must be willing to be vocal and to be inconvenienced.
    The gate is narrow. Few will find it. Do we care?

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:46 pm #

      vicki l: your last tow paragraphs are spot on…I know it takes strength to manage your work/ministry each day…I’m proud of you…and ask our Lord in heaven to enlarge you each day and to give you wisdom and discernment…

  19. Colleen Horner Adams December 7, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

    Agreed Mr. Massie! I have 8 homeschooled grandchildren. I am so thankful.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:47 pm #

      colleen horner adams: holy cow…that’s outstanding…

  20. Bill Sr. December 7, 2012 at 11:21 am #

    You only have to look at how the administration and the progressives who run the Democratic party (and are doing their best to infiltrate the Republicans) view human relationships to understand why and how our society is in shambles today.
    There is hardly any human condition for which there is not an over bloated fraud ridden virtual money pit governmental solution coming out of Washington either through legislation or edict perpetrated by the career minded ruling class who have assumed the mantel of benevolent masters of a nomadic entitlement seeking citizenry.
    There is plenty more but we can start with the CHILDREN.
    There are government schools in every community which have a curriculum set up to teach what every growing child should know. These include but are not limited to, How to sing Obama Um, Um, Um, how it’s possible to have two moms or dads and not just one of each, and why it is ok if moms like women best or dads like men best. As they mature they are taught the various ways they or adults can show affection for each other male or female, the dangers of sex with the opposite sex and how to apply a free government supply of condoms to protect against the main danger, what government assistance is available to them if sex gets them sick, and most importantly if they, god forbid, should be punished (the presidents word not mine) by being pregnant the government well funded Planned Parenthood is just around the corner to get rid of your problem child. Now you can graduate with honors (and with a little help from the public school administration that has covered for your inaptitude in order to preserve their funding) try to find a job in a jobless market. But if you can’t find one the government will foot the bill for you at the nearest fun and games college of your choice IF you promise to go to work for the wonderful government that gave you all the blessings of a godless anti-voucher budget busting unionized LIBERAL education.
    Every lockstep Democrat in congress has to admit this is all true and they are the architects of it. AND it is not only available to every American citizen but also the illegal aliens within our wide open borders which the Obama DOJ refuses to protect and won’t allow the states to police.
    Case Closed

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:50 pm #

      bill sr: the problem is that repubs are just as guilty…we need a bill of divorce…

  21. Ariel Vance December 7, 2012 at 3:59 pm #

    Homeschooling is another great option.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:51 pm #

      ariel vance: indeed it is…as people are saying on this page…I personally know children who were homeschooled and have done very well…

  22. Deb December 7, 2012 at 10:57 am #

    Too true, Mychal! The schools as they are are nothing but indoctrination stations for our children. As far as academics, they are mediocre, at best, as the teachers all whine that the “parents don’t get involved enough”. Parents are plenty involved, but the average person does not have time to do 2 hours of homework a day with their first graders! Unfortunately my children all went to public school, but I am pushing for and contributing financially to my grandchildren going to parochial schools. On another note, the public school system was another thing that was designed to create equality and has been perverted to its current state – both by devolving curriculum and by the fostering of unrealistic expectations in and misinformation to teachering students in liberal colleges, so that they come out of school completely unprepared to do the job in the real world.

    • Deb December 7, 2012 at 10:58 am #

      teachering! HAHA I meant teaching

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

      deb: I wrote a syndicated article nearly 10 yrs ago that made this point…it is my “from my vault” rant for saturday 12/8…

  23. Ken M December 7, 2012 at 10:45 am #

    Very true, but our fight will bring others who have not considered truly the welfare of their children into the fold. We have definitely got to fight the forces of liberalism, feminism, all the isms, and turn our hears back to God.

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

      ken m: amen, amen, and a hearty amen…

  24. Laverne Depue-Farmer December 7, 2012 at 3:41 pm #

    I couldn't agree more!

    • Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 6:56 pm #

      laverne depue-farmer: thk you…

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