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Political Indoctrination in the Edina Public Schools by John Hinderaker


John Hinderaker, President of the Center of the American Experiment, provides Political Indoctrination in the Edina Public Schools to a group of Minnesota Senate District 49Republicans Read concerning the eruptive responses and also see the associated post right here:. https://www.americanexperiment.org/2017/10/ liberals-respond-usual-bullying/.
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10 COMMENTS

American Logistician - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

It’s happening nationwide and maybe all over the developed west. Why? When did this begin?

Spencer Smith - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

teachers are not meant to encourage religious or political views.

Austin Carlson - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

Fuck LIBERALS they are poison…TRUMP2020

David Ziffer - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

GET YOUR KIDS OUT NOW.

American Logistician - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

This movement is not happening just in Edina.

petemacarthur - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

Wow! Scary.

UnitedWeStand 777 - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

The first thing people need to realize is that they do not have to send their kids there to begin with. There's a lot more indoctrination going on than just political. Kids are seriously better off being completely unschooled thab to be sent to these indoctrination camps called school. You might as well send your kids into the wolves.

lumajs - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

I just studied the post-modern politically correct subjects that spread to Czech schools yesterday. But I think that the Edina situation trumps us – it's just terrible over there.

Adam Spence - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

As a liberal, the exclusion of opposing viewpoints and apparent aversion to discussion of those teachers disappoints me. As far as the described perceived persecution of conservatives goes, that's how it is being in the minority of any population. Not that it's right but it happens. I live about an hour and a half East of Edina in a very conservative Wisconsin town and I fully understand how those students feel, even though I fall on the other side of the political spectrum. I would face harsh ridicule at my place of work if I expressed any liberal viewpoint.

I also disagree with the general concept of color blind racism, however, it should be understood that experiences do in fact differ for people of different demographics.

Lastly, I want to mention as a bit of a non sequitur, that racism in America does exist. Again I'm only about an hour and a half East of Edina and I hear very racist comments daily. "Minorities just take advantage of the system." "It doesn't matter if he was born and raised in Louisiana, he's an A Rab so he's not American."

Just a few thoughts.

P.s. pretty decent presentation, although I disagree with some (but not all) of your points.

Brian A Davis - posted on February 5, 2020 9:57 am

The problem is the school boards. The solution is new school boards. If you can't change the board, home-school.


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