The Center on Education Policy recently reported that half the schools in the U.S. are failing, blaming the defective No Child Left Behind Act passed into law by George W. Bush, which Congress has failed to address.
Here’s a question for America: Since when does the federal government have any constitutional authority over the education of your children? It doesn’t! The 10th Amendment states, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
America, if you have your young people in a public school, you are allowing the next generation to feed upon everything that destroys who we really are as a people. If it’s not through No Child Left Behind, which aims for the floor, then it’s through International Baccalaureate, an unconstitutional, United Nations, global agenda.
Abraham Lincoln stated the truth when he said, “The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.” What is the government attempting to promulgate on this current generation? Point made.
I say so often that if we don’t sow righteousness into the up-and-coming generations today, they will be there to curse us tomorrow.
After performing lyceums in several hundred public schools across America, I noticed that three to five churches would compass each community. Day after day, week after week, the young are attending school five days a week and then church two days. I have often wondered what these young people were thinking when they were told by their parents and pastors how much they were loved, yet wondered why they were subject to indoctrination in public schools.
They teach humanism and evolution while attempting to set the student at war with their Creator. They spew forth re-written history, the opposite of what our forefathers established, by omitting facts in textbooks. They also push sex education, which, at length, attempts to promote homosexuality and abortion. To make matters worse, the NEA refused to pass an amendment (I-24) that protects students from sexual misconduct by teachers. The list goes on and on.
America, we can teach what we know, but we can only reproduce who we are. Jesus rightly said that wisdom is justified by her children. This is not the wisdom our forefathers left us. God forbid we complain about what we have raised up through our children. It’s time to show them love by demonstration and get them out of these unconstitutional indoctrination centers.
Watch a portion of Bradlee Dean’s “My War” about education:
“The boys of the rising generation are to be the men of the next, and the sole guardian of the principles we deliver over to them.”
– Thomas Jefferson
Editor’s note: Bradlee Dean is also a heavy metal drummer for the international band Junkyard Prophet. Below is a music video that has been seen in more than 111 million households worldwide: