In a recent piece for News Tribune, Cal Thomas promoted Mary Hasson and Theresa Farnan’s book “Get Out Now: Why You Should Pull Your Child from Public School Before It’s Too Late”.
In their book “Get Out Now: Why You Should Pull Your Child from Public School Before It’s Too Late,” Mary Rice Hasson and Theresa Farnan detail at great length — with hundreds of documenting footnotes — the progress activist groups have made in manipulating the minds of young people whose ability to think critically has yet to be even marginally developed.
This one paragraph sums up the challenge: “Public education has been incredibly successful in one area — churning out youthful progressives — growing numbers of men and women in the grips of existential confusion, perpetual victimhood, and political intolerance. …The system takes full advantage of their most formative years in early elementary school, and the indoctrination continues through high school. Thanks to America’s public schools, they show up to college already prepped and ready to play on the progressive team.”
The authors have an Appendix in which they answer most of the questions raised by parents — including how to deal with the cost of private education and whether their children can play sports if they don’t attend a public school.
Refusing to protect one’s children from this stuff is a form of moral, spiritual and intellectual abuse. As this school year comes to an end, the summer would be a good time for parents of public school children to consider what is truly best for their offspring. They can start by investigating what is taught in their local school and they can finish by getting them out.