The Colorado Teachers Association passed a resolution condemning capitalism, writes The Washington Times columnist Don Feder. Teachers have thus declared war on America, he said, because the United States cannot survive without the free market as its foundation.
“The Colorado Teachers Association passed a resolution condemning capitalism, and I’m overjoyed about that,” The Washington Times columnist Don Feder sneers.
Public education is a socialist institution, and American taxpayers are forced to fund it. Families are forced to supply the students, i.e., the customers. And the product itself is created by bureaucrats and unions.
And this is the reality conservatives have to face.
“The abolition of public schools should be high on our list of priorities,” says the author.
The resolution argues that capitalism exploits children, perpetuates so-called patriarchy and is inherently racist and anti-LGBT. It is also responsible for climate change.
“They forgot the common cold and psoriasis outbreaks,” Feder sneers.
This resolution reflects the thinking of the ideologues running the public schools. That’s why they’re indifferent to grades in reading, math, and science, but are fascinated by critical racial theory, environmentalist ideological treatments, and the “gender unicorn” program, which argues that gender identity is fluid depending on how people perceive it themselves.
The slogan of public school teachers, according to Feder, should be, “We can’t educate, but we can brainwash.
The next Republican U.S. presidential candidate should offer alternatives to public schools as an important part of his campaign, he argues.
“By condemning capitalism, the Colorado Teachers Association has declared war on an America that cannot survive without the free market as its foundation. Conservatives must counterattack,” The Washington Times columnist Don Feder sums up his article.