Karen Schroeder, president of the Advocates for Academic Freedom, speaks about the Common Core curriculum that is being implemented across the United States. She speaks on the dangers of the federal government controlling the education of America's youths.
With the blessing of the Obama administration, Alabama — along with many other states — has established student achievement standards that differ by race and other factors, with blacks and Hispanics expected to perform much more poorly than whites and Asians.
As public school districts across the country are discovering, First Lady Michelle Obama’s preferred lunch plan has proven to be a costly fiasco.
It is hoped that with the implementation of South Dakota's "School Sentinel" law, allowing teachers and other school personnel to carry sidearms, that other states will quickly pass similar laws, reducing the threats of future Columbines, Virginia Techs, and Sandy Hooks.