We the people need to embrace a love of country. How can this come about if we do not learn about the history of our country and what makes it great? Unfortunately our school systems have not made teaching this a priority. What little is taught is skewed to a narrative that is anti-American. While it has been carefully hidden from busy parents who have put their trust in the school system, it is apparent to some who have experienced it from a different perspective. Those of us who have home schooled or had our children in private schools, have seen the obvious omission of teaching history. This is especially so for those of us who sent our children back to the public schools after doing so.
When did it become bad to teach history in its entirety? Back around 1958, when George Soros who is a Communist decided that America needed a radical change. Yes, it was that far back, because there were those who saw and understood it for what it was. And what were they called? Conspiracy Theorists. But were they? No. I would say that they were ahead of their time. They had God given foresight. And now, 60 years later, it has come to fruition. This was no mistake, but a carefully constructed plan to indoctrinate our children into the mindset that Socialism is good, while Capitalism is evil. We cannot stand by and see our country sold out to this mindset.
So how do we change this? How do we get education back on the right track. To see the true history of America taught, both bad and good? Two words: School Choice. It is imperative that parents who cannot afford private school, or who cannot home-school their children have a say in where their children are taught. It is our right. Together we will fight for this right. We need a president who supports this, so that is one way we can make this happen. Another way, is to be vocal, and insist that school choice is a priority. If our children are not taught true history, both the bad and good, then they will not understand the correct path to go down or learn from the mistakes. Please, join us in making sure that school choice is available for all our families!