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‘Story of Stuff’ Videos Aim Stealth Indoctrination at Students

popoagie Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 11:11 PM
Really is not worth responding to trolls.... but what didn't you understand about the article and the examples in quotes? Secondly, what proof do you have that kids in schools are NOT being "indoctrinated" to be Marxists? You're just making the claims without any proof. Typical progressive. Get it? The problem here is that when Marybeth Hicks reads the material, she is able to understand the material and recognize that the concepts are representative of a Marxist world view. Consequently it is a reasonable inference to realize why such material would be used in schools. Looking for proof? There is nothing can be said by her that you would recognize as proof or truth.

Yesterday, I noted a sure sign that summer is nearly over: There were commercials on TV for ingredients to make school lunches.

Already, the folks at Oscar Mayer are offering suggestions for how to make a lunch that kids will find nutritious and delicious, though they don’t offer any advice in the ads on how to keep school administrators from pitching your homemade lunch and force-feeding your kid chicken nuggets.

Advertisers aren’t the only ones looking ahead to the coming academic year. Yesterday, the prolific folks at the Story of Stuff Project released yet another short video that is sure...