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Courageous Pennsylvania School Officials Nab 5-Year Old Terrorist

Joe147 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 7:26 AM
If the State of Pennsylvania spent more time teaching and less time witch-hunting, maybe their students would be better able to compete in the global market. Like it's neighbor, New Jersey, the teacher's union dominate the landscape. As a result, nothing gets taught other than the propaganda these unions want taught.
James92 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 9:32 AM
I grew up in PA in the 1940's and 50's. Went to public schools and played Army, Hunter and Cops and Robbers during recess. My dad taught me to shoot at a young age and bought me a shotgun at age 12. Most of us boys carried a two blade knife to school ( played games with them during recess ) and no incidents occured. If we had a disagreement, we used our fists. The teacher would ( after the fight was over ) ask us to get cleaned up and go back to class. Now after 74 years ( over 5 years in the military too ) I still own guns and knives and have never harmed anyone with them. It's all about brain washing and control - and the end result will be bad for my grandchildren and yours too. It was once a "great" nation!

It appears that my contest between the United States and United Kingdom for the most inane government policy how has to be augmented by a new contest between Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Just yesterday, I mocked Maryland officials for suspending two little boys for the horrific crime of playing cops and robbers (and noted that this is not the first time such stupidity has been displayed by Maryland school officials).

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