Speaking of Indoctrination!
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Post By Exacto
June 11th, 2013 04:48 PM
Speaking of Indoctrination!
"A Hayward, Calif., elementary school is planning a toy gun exchange for later this month, modeled after the exchanges law enforcement authorities hold to collect real guns. Kids who hand in the play weapons will get a book and a raffle ticket for a bicycle. Strobridge Elementary Principal Charles Hill said he hopes rounding up the toy guns will stop kids from growing up to play with real ones."
Read more: Gun play: 'Zero tolerance' toward schoolkids could backfire, says expert | Fox News
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June 11th, 2013 05:16 PM
"Last month, also in Maryland, a 5-year-old boy who brought an orange-tipped cap gun onto his Calvert County school bus was suspended for 10 days, according to his family and a lawyer. The child was grilled for more than two hours by a school principal and wet himself, according to his family."
This principal would have a BIG problem on his hands if this were my little boy!
June 11th, 2013 05:37 PM
More CA insanity
"If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot."
June 11th, 2013 08:27 PM
Nothing new here. Public schools, especially colleges and universities, have been cranking out good little liberals for decades. That is why us conservatives are out numbered.
June 12th, 2013 12:04 AM
Gotta' hand it to the socialists; they were smarter and faster than the speeding conservative.
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June 12th, 2013 03:05 AM
Georgetown HS group raffles guns as fundraiser | kvue.com Austin
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- The Georgetown High School football boosters are selling $100 tickets for a year. They're raffling off a different gun every week. While some say this will bring in more than any car wash or bake sale ever could, others say the gun raffle is a conflict of interest.
June 12th, 2013 06:39 AM
...demagoguery in action...not surprising in CA
June 12th, 2013 06:44 AM
Raise enough anti gun youth, who turn in to anti gun adults, and occupy positions of power and we can get rid of that pesky 2A. Hitler knew to go after the youth to change a country, and apparently the progressives are following his lead.
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June 12th, 2013 12:01 PM
Originally Posted by Exacto
Schools are indoctrination centers. They don't teach children HOW to think... they teach them WHAT to think... And for the most part, we have ourselves to blame... We let them do it... Heck we WANT the schools to do it... We don't have time...
We take our kids to activities and drop them off... soccer, football, play dates, the mall....
Both parents are working to buy more stuff, to pay for the soccer uniform, to pay for the pads, to have the big screen tv. No parenting going on... some participation, sure... but no parenting...
And of course I'm not speaking for everybody... or even everybody here... But I do think it's a majority, right now... We are seeing a pendulum swing the other way.... more moms getting off the career track and getting on the mommy track... But will it be enough and will it be soon enough... remains to be seen.
It could be worse!
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