Browsing All posts tagged under »Education Secretary Arne Duncan«

King Turning Over In His Grave

January 17, 2014 by


By Tom McLaughlin ~ If you’re a public school teacher and you’re white, you’re probably a tool of institutional racism and you need to be re-educated. Don’t fret though. The Obama Administration is issuing guidelines that will help you become more conscious of your “whiteness.” Last week, Attorney General Eric Holder cautioned school districts about […]

Asinine Education Officials

August 16, 2012 by


By Tom McLaughlin ~ September’s coming, so let’s look at the latest way our federal government screws up public schools. Black students are suspended or expelled far more than white students – 350% more. President Obama’s Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, claims it’s because of white racism. I think that’s baloney. Black students are disciplined […]

Glenn Beck vs. Al Sharpton: Remember In November

September 3, 2010 by


By Tom McLaughlin Good often comes from bad, as seems to be happening after the election of November, 2008. The left took over our federal government and started implementing their socialist agenda – driving America into bankruptcy and turning a recession into depression. Americans realized what the left wants: a huge central government controlling every […]

The Federal Choke-Hold On Education

February 9, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba I couldn’t have known it at the time, but my generation that attended schools in the 1950s would be among the last to get an education that the federal government hadn’t dictated or the United Nations had not infiltrated. The education I received was intended to be primarily a function of local […]

President Obama Suggests Children Need More Time At School

September 28, 2009 by


This is the link to an article that might seem pretty innocuous on the surface. The President has ‘put it out there’ that American children are spending too little time at school, and that because of this, it puts them at a disadvantage when compared with other children around the World. Secretary of Education Arne […]

Why Parents Don’t Trust The Educator-In-Chief And His Comrades

September 5, 2009 by


By Michelle Malkin They think we’re crazy. “They” are the sneering defenders of Barack Obama who can’t fathom the backlash against the president’s nationwide speech to schoolchildren next Tuesday. “We” are parents with eyes wide open to the potential for politicized abuse in America’s classrooms. Ask moms and dads in Farmington, Utah, who discovered this […]

Obama’s Address To The Children

September 3, 2009 by


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What Does Obama Want With Our Children?

September 3, 2009 by


By Mithridate Ombud As many parents are focused on back to school clothes and supplies, the royal Czar Czar prepares to circumvent parental authority and speak directly to our children in one week. What will he command? That’s a good question that the media won’t ask, and one that could easily be answered right now while […]

Obama’s Classroom Campaign: No Junior Lobbyist Left Behind

September 2, 2009 by


By Michelle Malkin “ABC” stands for All Barack’s Children. On Sept. 8, young students across the country will be watching television. Yes, they’ll be parked in front of boob tubes and computer screens watching President Obama’s address on education. Instead of practicing cursive, reviewing multiplication tables, diagramming sentences or learning something concrete, America’s kids will […]

What About Their Brothers And Sisters?

March 15, 2009 by


Conn Carroll This week, the White House signaled that it would prevent Congress from ending the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship program, at least for participating children. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters on Wednesday: “It wouldn’t make sense to disrupt the education of those that are in that system,” Gibbs said in discussing the […]