INNOVATION: Time to replace Gooferment Skrules with Parent’s choice

In the age of COVID, give parents ‘school choice’ on best way to educate their children | Opinion
DECEMBER 15, 2020 05:13 PM

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Gov. Ron DeSantis and Florida’s Department of Education rightly have continued to urge, and require, all public schools to provide the choice of live in-person instruction for all students. Plenty of attention has been paid — correctly — to the public-health issues involved in opening public schools safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one aspect has been mostly overlooked: The question of keeping schools open, like other matters of educational opportunity, is also a civil-rights issue.

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It’s hard to imagine a more “broken system” than “education” in the USA.

Remember that the origins of Gooferment Skrules comes from Horrace Mann emulating the Prussian schools.

The true purpose of these “systems” was to create: cannon fodder for the Army, willing morons for the factories, and useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite!

If the WuFlu is real, and I think that’s still an issue for further discussion, then perhaps the birth of “remote education” is the silver lining.

Could it break the strangle hold that the teachers’ unions have on the politicians and bureaucrats?

One can only hope!


Horowitz: So much for state election powers: SCOTUS blocks Kansas from requiring proof of citizenship to vote – TheBlaze

We’ll likely have to carry around papers to show we were vaccinated in order to live, even unfreely with masks, in this society, but illegal aliens can vote. That is the upshot of the latest insidious Supreme Court decision to allow lower courts to shred all voter verification processes in election law.

For the past few weeks, we’ve been told “states’ rights” force us to pursue a “live and let live” policy toward state governors who violate the state’s election law to weaken voter integrity laws. However, this principle is evidently a one-way street and doesn’t apply to governors who want to follow, not break, state voter integrity laws. Then, the federal courts have every right to get involved and nullify those laws, and the Supreme Court doesn’t seem to be concerned about the 10th Amendment and Art. I Sec. 4, which dictate that state legislatures prescribe the “Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections.”

Horowitz: So much for state election powers: SCOTUS blocks Kansas from requiring proof of citizenship to vote – TheBlaze

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How can this be possible?