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The O'pocalypse Now

Joycey Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 7:54 PM
I was listening to NPR this afternoon. Two "progressive secularist" ladies were talking about education. One was for free styling the other was for who knows what. And neither had ever taught or had children in school. In one sentence I heard that those that do not agree with public education as it is are radicals and those that agree are progressive, that public education is secularist as opposed to religionist, and that parents should put the social good before their own children's education and not home school. Neither women had any reason to be speaking on this subject. This is the establishment's talking points on the subject of education. They are clueless. Secularism offers children less than nothing.
2ndamendment Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 11:36 PM
One more reason and one more voter to write congress to shut off spending to NPR, PBS, CPB. Why should any taxpayer want their taxes spent to support a series of networks that spouts progressive fascist propaganda? Time has come to stop accepting the liberal agenda and become the squeaky wheel on the emails to congress.
Raven7 Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 9:50 PM
N_ational P_rogressive R_adio
Torr Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 8:25 PM
It would be humorous to listen to the silly nonsense of these and other statists, if it weren't for the real threat they represent to individual freedom and liberty.

These two NPR knot heads would probably be shocked to learn that without religion, there would have been no "public" schools, colleges or universities.

Secularism is a requirement for all forms of communism, because the ruling elite would collapse under its own weight if they couldn't prohibit their "subjects" from having any other god before "them".
James____Tx Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 8:18 PM
It's NPR, what did you expect to hear? Logic, reasoning, a true discussion on the ills of our public school system.

Doctor Roy wrote: I know you have problems with the other two but what's the problem with shared sacrifice?

Dear Comrade Doctor,

There is noting wrong with shared sacrifice if it’s the type of sacrifice Winston Churchill talked about when he told England he had “nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.”

But that’s not what Obama is talking about. He’s talking about rewarding one sector of society, for example the flat-earth society which posses as global alarmists, against the poor and middle class who have to pay more for energy because of Obama.

Let me ask you this:...