by Andrew Palmer
I was recently browsing recommended titles on Netflix and was excited to see that Runaway Slave was available to stream. If you are not familiar with the movie, I would encourage you to check it out.
This documentary stars Reverend C. L. Bryant as he treks across the country looking at the entitlement society that America has created. The overarching message in the movie is that we have made great progress on slavery based upon race, but in many parts of the country we have replaced that racial slavery with a slavery of the mind. Inside of the criticism of the entitlement society is a brave look at racial issues that all Americans need to talk and think about.
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Andrew Klavan is an author all conservatives and conservative teachers should be aware of. Why? Because he is a young adult author! His recent YA series, The Homelanders, is full of patriotic ideas and values. If we don’t start communicating to teens through culture, conservatism will die, and America will become something resembling Europe.
The Fund for American Studies has released this excellent video, Life Without Capitalism. This stir an engaging conversation with your high school history/economics students.
This is a very interesting video. The young man pictured in it points out some interesting points about our schools, especially our colleges. We would love to know what you think?
This video comes from Kyle Olson’s Education Action Group. The truth has no agenda, and it becomes quite apparent in the course of this five minute clip. We are tempted to say it is hilarious, and it is at times, until you start to consider that these individuals are actually in classrooms with children. Parents in Wisconsin schools need to take the next step and start to “recall” some of these worthless educators through their school boards.
Isn’t it fun to see the sunlight shined on cockroaches!?
The Young America’s Foundation has released a video from their GPA Redistribution Video Contest. What is maybe most telling about this video is how those in the lower grade brackets so willingly sign the redistribution petition. Disgustingly, they do so with a smile on their face. There is no difference between those individuals and those in this country that will happily redistribute income. What they don’t realized is that they have more in common with a common thief on the street than people of character.