George Will’s son Jon, and the worth of a human with Down syndrome
George Will: ”This year Jon will spend his birthday where every year he spends 81 spring, summer and autumn days and evenings, at Nationals Park, in his seat behind the home team’s dugout. The Phillies will be in town, and Jon will be wishing them ruination, just another man, beer in hand, among equals in the republic of baseball.” I have a family member | Read More »
Oh the Woe of Standardized Testing…….
So I guess I’m gonna have to take a weekly vacation from Redstate now in order to study for my school finals. They’re on Wednesday so I guess I better study STUDY STUDY starting NOW. If only my school didn’t have finals…… I mean they’re other ways of holding me accountable. Oh the sorrow of bush’s baby NCLB I mean the Title 1 funds really helped out schools like mine | Read More »
Cuts are Coming but could we afford to cut some programs
So today I decided to go watch C-SPAN today and it actually wasn’t boring as usual for me as a hyper active teenager who despite having an obession in politics finds th House to be bland on TV. It was only for a few minutes though but it really jumbled my head. Maybe the More Mature Redstaters and help me process what happened and give me | Read More »
Tags: Budget Cuts
, Continuing Resolution
, founding fathers
, Limited Government
, Public Education
, Small Government
, social welfare
And People Wonder Why Conservatives are Skeptical of Public Schools?
Just saw a link to this video on Drudge. When the Obama indoctrination work hard, stay in school video was shown, I was glad that the school district my kids go to did not show it. I still make it a point to get to know my kids’ teachers, and try to prepare them for the time that an NEA hack shoves left wing ideology down | Read More »