Education: The U.S. Department of Education, formed in 1979 during the Carter
administration, represents an intrusion by the federal government into an aspect of American
society for which there is no constitutional authority. The U.S. Constitution gives
Congress no authority whatsoever to collect taxes for, fund, or operate schools. Congress
should abolish the Department of Education and return education to the state, local, or family
level, as provided by the Constitution.
Despots, and Democracy: What Our Children Need to Know. Jefferson was
right when he laid upon education the grave assignment of equipping tomorrow's adults with
the knowledge, values, judgment, and critical faculties to determine for themselves what
"will secure or endanger" their freedom and their country's well-being.
Grab for Power. The National Education Association is the driving force that
channels - through public education - humanistic political and religious beliefs into
the minds of the vast majority of our children. Every parent and patriotic American
citizen needs to be fully informed how present and future generations are
being brainwashed to accept a universal dictatorial government.
Dare Call it Education. John Stormer, the author of
None Dare Call it Treason, scrutinizes the moral
and academic decline in America's schools. He exposes some of the frightening
evidence that most textbooks in public schools aim at undermining American
culture by attacking its foundational values. He then suggests points of
action to restore America's traditional values and culture and to
protect our children.
Down Our Kids: Why American Children Feel Good
About Themselves but Can't Read, Write, or Add" by Charles J. Sykes. Nowhere
has the flight from quality plaguing American life these days been more obvious
than in our primary and secondary schools -- on the whole, the graduates seem
less well-read and less well-spoken, less knowledgeable and less able to compute.
Why America Is Free: An Excellent
History Textbook for Your Family. One disease that has plagued modern education is the revisionist
history so often found in public school textbooks. Many people today have confused ideas about our
freedom and how we became a free people. Few things could do more to straighten out the political
confusion of our own times than if every parent in America would read the book Why America Is Free aloud to
his or her children.
Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary. You'd be
surprised at the difference between today's dictionary definitions and those in the 1828 dictionary. Of
course, back then, words like "office" and "partner" were not used as verbs. But there are many
elementary words which have taken on very different meanings since 170 years ago. For example, here
is the 1828 definition of "marriage":
"The act of uniting a man and a woman for life; wedlock; the legal union of a
man and a woman for life. Marriage is a contract both civil and religious, by
which the parties engage to live together in mutual affection and fidelity, till
death shall separate them. Marriage was instituted by God himself for the purpose
of preventing the promiscuous intercourse of the sexes, for promoting domestic
felicity, and for securing the maintenance and education of children."
Thoughts : Notes on Our Wayward Culture: Leo opens the reader's eyes to the world of political
correctness. The book, a collection of Leo's columns over the years, exposes attempts by the media and
university elite and turns their arguments upside down. Leo is hardly a political partisan but definitely
takes aim at the cultural left and this book is a direct hit.
What's Right for all Americans: Ezola
Foster, a black American with 30 years of experience teaching in the inner city schools of
Los Angeles, challenges the conventional wisdom on race relations. She accuses the
media-ordained black leadership of being a band of "snake oil peddlers" of the welfare state whose only wares
are dependency, degradation, and decay, and she advocates instead a moral, color-blind America without
any "finger-pointing" or "victim class."
The Rights of Religious Persons in Public
Education: Our government is willing to destroy an entire nation based on a dislike for
"apartheid," yet is just as willing to foster religious "apartheid" in America. This work emphasizes
that the American system was meant to operate on the principles of equality under the law which, of course,
includes equality for religious exercise and expression in public education. This book is not intended
to give legal advice.