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THURSDAY, FEB 6, 2014  |  12 comments
Common Core Backers: Your Children ‘Belong To All Of Us’

During a recent panel discussion on the program, former Massachusetts Education Sec. Paul Reville criticized those who prefer local educational oversight as opposed to a one-size-fits-all federal mandate.

“To be sure,” he said, “there’s always a small voice … of people who were never in favor of standards in the first place and never wanted to have any kind of testing or accountability and those voices get amplified.”

He mocked the “fringe voices about federalism and states’ rights,” disparaging what he calls a “tiny minority” that believe Washington, D.C. should not be the origin of every child’s education.

In a forced defense of his position, Reville said “the children belong to all of us”; therefore, they should all receive the same cookie-cutter education. Of course, the obvious benefit for the radial partisans who support Common Core is that all children will be subjected to the blatant ...


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Hantavirus  Find all comments by Hantavirus
Only a real christian like Jimmie would vote for a dictator who hates christianity , is pro abortion, pro same sex marrige, anti american, anti military, anti freedom , and anti family. And sit there and continue to blame " baby face bush" how dare you insult his hero osama obama I killa America .
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News Item2/7/14 9:35 PM
Hantavirus  Find all comments by Hantavirus
Be careful what you say about little Jimmie Lincoln .... He might turn you in to the brown shirts for being a real christian. He's fema's new poster boy
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DJC49 | Florida  Find all comments by DJC49
Mike wrote:
The way he slides from McGuffey to Bush, white sheets, and robber barons is most strange. Must be he's going to audition for Dancing with the Stars.
Jim "The Cornhusker" Lincoln -- heir apparent to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney!
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News Item2/7/14 5:50 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
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But Jim will continue to defend the indefensible. Got to give him credit for being consistent.
The way he slides from McGuffey to Bush, white sheets, and robber barons is most strange. Must be he's going to audition for Dancing with the Stars.
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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Remember Bush Jr.
There is no Bush Jr since Father and Son have different middle names.
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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Now who was it that President Bush had craft No Child left behind (after all until this Presidency the executive branch wasn't taking over the duties of the legislature) that would be.......(drum roll)....that is right Democrat Edward Kennedy.

What group formed those people in white sheets......Democrats! (countered by the Republican founded NAACP, my how times have changed)

Common core came up and from its inception, educators, the ones NOT involved in it making, wait, correction there were some and they left when they saw the direction it was heading, said it was dumbing DOWN the curriculum. Conservatives quickly noticed it was being used to push the liberal agenda. The CC people even said it was not as important to get a RIGHT answer as long as you could explain the process as to how you arrived at the WRONG answer. The devil in the details made schools realize it was just an attempt to nationalize education to be controlled by a bureaucracy in D.C.

But Jim will continue to defend the indefensible. Got to give him credit for being consistent.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
No, too many of the politicians in Washington D.C., during the Gilded Age, i.e., late 19th century were Republicans really to busy being bribed by robber barons (hmm sounds like today ) to be interested in Education.

Besides in the 19th century many of the Christians who counted --those not wearing white sheets-- for example, didn't take pride on how ignorant (and yes, by inference how stupid) they were.

Remember Bush Jr., pushed "No child left behind" program. The little dummies weren't competing on the world stage. Common Core came out various land grant Universities who wanted smarten up the kids who were already flunking out (and if they kiddies joined the right organizations many of these places were/are diploma mills) or were an embarrassment to these schools when these graduates were ignorant incompetents.

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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Why, Mike of N.Y., you have to admit the U.S. supported Common Core ideals. Remember again the Bible and McGuffey Readers? By the way, not all Common Core supporters make such impolitic statements as this fellow or head of the Dept of Ed., of Penn.--if memory serves.
Probably both wonder how anyone wants their children to be raised a divisive environment, where there isn't a common American education to help unite the country.
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If by "U.S." you mean Washington you are awfully misled. It is fascinating how you can equate "Common Core ideals" with McGuffey and the Bible, when the opposite is the truth. Aside from which McGuffey and the Bible were taught at and from the local level and not by dumbing down proponents from Washington.

Can you imagine Common Core teaching McGuffey today?:

"McGuffey is remembered as a conservative theological teacher. He interpreted the goals of public schooling in terms of moral and spiritual education, and attempted to give schools a curriculum that would instill Presbyterian Calvinist beliefs and manners in their students."

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News Item2/6/14 2:50 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Why, Mike of N.Y., you have to admit the U.S. supported Common Core ideals. Remember again the Bible and McGuffey Readers? By the way, not all Common Core supporters make such impolitic statements as this fellow or head of the Dept of Ed., of Penn.--if memory serves.

Probably both wonder how anyone wants their children to be raised a divisive environment, where there isn't a common American education to help unite the country.

But, really, what's the concern about public education. You mean Christians aren't homeschooling or sending their children to Protestant public schools? As I said, homeschoolers are the ones who will probably benefit the most from Common Core, because they'll either scrap or change any non-Christian portions of it, and use the rest, or even stiffen the requirements of Common Core. What will remain are those people ignorant enough to follow the John Birchers, and their kids will make great gardeners. Yes, of course there are good vocational schools, but I doubt if their kids will know enough to get into them either.

As I have always said parents who send their children to outside educational sources, should be monitoring them as well.

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News Item2/6/14 10:12 AM
Apostle John Beechy  Find all comments by Apostle John Beechy
Dude is right. Except for believers who have not registered their children with a false god.
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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
pity those poor kids of the 19th century, who had thesame old education all across the country, many learned from reading the Bible. at least now, the opponents of common core, can no longer gripe if prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance are removed from schools. We certainly can't have any universalism like that!
You should review what you write before you click submit, just to make sure some of the dots are connected.
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News Item2/6/14 7:41 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
pity those poor kids of the 19th century, who had thesame old education all across the country, many learned from reading the Bible. at least now, the opponents of common core, can no longer gripe if prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance are removed from schools. We certainly can't have any universalism like that!
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