…An error-filled version of global geography. The
equator actually passes through Florida, Texas and Arizona.
…On the shelves of school libraries is a biography for
young readers of the Rev. Al Sharpton, who is said to hail from the “long
tradition of activist ministers like Martin Luther King Jr.”
…There is also a whitewash of Louis Farrakhan,
described as a “black American of achievement” who bears a “message no American
can ignore.” The Nation of Islam leader also shows a “willingness to forgive,”
the book claims.
I guess the word whitewash
hasn’t been politically corrected yet.
…At least three schools have bought copies of “The
American Vision,” a 2003 high school history textbook, published by Glencoe
McGraw-Hill, that was one of the first to write about the terror attacks. In a
seven-page lesson on the massacre of 3,000 innocents, students are
“What are the three main reasons certain Muslims became
angry with the United States?”
“Why does American foreign policy anger Islamic
fundamentalists in the Middle East?”
The other day their was a story about a college education being equivalent to
a 1950’s high school education. And I thought a time machine was impossible, but
I guess an education time machine works. At this rate they will soon be able to
turn back a modern degree to a 1930’s 1st grade education. I am sertanly gwad I
gwaduated from a fine pubrick skool b4 day went bad.