Early Childhood Indoctrination

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In order to take the culture and our country back, we’ve got to stop accepting the premise every time it is proposed something be done about something. The first step in that is to recognize when the language has been hijacked and to take it back.

On Wednesday, the White House Summit on Early Education will unveil nearly $1 billion in new “investments” to “expand access to high-quality early childhood education to every child in America” from “birth and continuing to age 5.” It’s a retread of President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union school-spending plan, which was a repackaging of his 2011 Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge program.

Michele Malkin describes the push to reduce parental direction and turn normal,natural childhood development on its ear:

The “problem” isn’t most families’ lack of access to preschool. It’s Washington’s lack of access to your kids for their institutionalized warehousing, data mining, and pedagogical propaganda schemes. The Nanny State’s ceaseless quest for control keeps creepily rolling along.


Judi McLeod at Canada Free Press pushes the point:

Once these innocent children are in hand, progressives will read the small fry their own version of the fairytale. Karl Marx and not George Washington will be the role model. Before going on to Grade 1 in Common Core-captive public schools, these children will already be repeating by rote that Obama and not Jesus is the Messiah. They will be taught that the Constitution is old hat; that America is racist and needs to pay a never-ending debt to the outside world; that all cops are bad and that government and their teachers know better than their untrustworthy parents.

In the ‘Obamacare’ federal takeover of health care insurance scheme, the Independent Payment Advisory Board popularly and properly became known as the Death Panel. (h/t Sarah Palin) In the federal takeover of public education scheme, “Early Childhood Education’ needs to popularly and properly become known as “Early Childhood Indoctrination.”

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