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  • Langford PR
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    Originally posted by cccsd View Post
    child labor in china...
    lmfao!

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  • dauntless89
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    Good point.

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  • CCCSD
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    Child labor in China...

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  • dauntless89
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    Who makes orange jumpsuits for children?

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  • Max K
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    Originally posted by EmmaPeel View Post
    As Predicted, ISIS Takes It To The Next Level
    Indeed. Let us hope this is just a scare photo, designed to get more propaganda value out of the Jordanian pilot's execution:

    [edit]: The above photo may not be what it seems to be, according to this link: http://www.therightplanet.com/2015/0...hildren-alive/
    Last edited by Max K; 02-15-2015, 04:02 PM.

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  • So Fla Cop
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    Originally posted by Max K View Post
    New video shows ISIS parading a bunch of prisoners in orange jumpsuits through Kirkuk in Iraq, each in their own cage. This video is neither violent nor graphic, but it is nevertheless disturbing.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c44_1423901898

    More on this story:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ocial-facebook
    Wait until they burn them all alive. SAVAGES. I think POTUS, AG, and Congress should fly out there personally and fix things....oh yeah, take all the hoodrats with them for security.

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  • Max K
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    New video shows ISIS parading a bunch of prisoners in orange jumpsuits through Kirkuk in Iraq, each in their own cage. This video is neither violent nor graphic, but it is nevertheless disturbing.

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c44_1423901898

    More on this story:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ocial-facebook

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  • dauntless89
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    That definitely sucks.

    I lucked out in that most of my history/social studies teachers did not incorporate any more politics, theirs or otherwise, into the lessons other than the politically biased curriculum itself. The unfortunate reason for that is because they weren't good enough teachers to do anything other than follow the textbook. They were all coaches who had to teach classes during the day to justify their employment, and the quality of their teaching was as you'd imagine. The one exception was my Econ teacher (coached wrestling). He was a grumpy old hardass, who was conservative and let it show. I didn't learn a ton in that class, high school Econ is very broad-strokes, but he was quite entertaining.

    One thing to keep in mind though is that your history teacher may not be all of the left-wing you're seeing in that class. The subject matter itself was very left-biased when I went through. According to my wife, it's only getting worse.

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  • BiteThePullet
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    Originally posted by dauntless89 View Post
    The history I was taught in (public) high school from 2003-2007 was utterly appalling. Revisionist, oversimplified, and in some cases outright incorrect. Lucky for me I have always had an interest in the subject and never sat through a history lesson I couldn't have schooled the teacher on.

    I also learned early on to keep my mouth shut, ignore the inaccuracies, and give the teachers the answers they wanted to hear. People get so testy when you use things like facts and cited sources to deflate their curriculum of fabrications. Better to let them think you're just another drone.

    My wife is in the final stages of getting certified as a grade school teacher. Some of the stuff she says about the way the public grade schools are set up would make you want to vomit.
    This.....

    I do this daily. It sucks. My history teacher is liberal, almost to the point of full blown socialism. I hate his lectures becuase it is all left-biased drivel with no substance, all of which my classmates eat up without critical thinking.

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  • Meizele_15481
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    Originally posted by dauntless89 View Post
    The history I was taught in (public) high school from 2003-2007 was utterly appalling. Revisionist, oversimplified, and in some cases outright incorrect. Lucky for me I have always had an interest in the subject and never sat through a history lesson I couldn't have schooled the teacher on.

    I also learned early on to keep my mouth shut, ignore the inaccuracies, and give the teachers the answers they wanted to hear. People get so testy when you use things like facts and cited sources to deflate their curriculum of fabrications. Better to let them think you're just another drone.

    My wife is in the final stages of getting certified as a grade school teacher. Some of the stuff she says about the way the public grade schools are set up would make you want to vomit.
    I was fortunate to be in private school and a school a friend of Israel did not mince words on the dangers of Islam.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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  • dauntless89
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    Originally posted by EmmaPeel View Post
    Do they even teach history in the schools anymore?
    The history I was taught in (public) high school from 2003-2007 was utterly appalling. Revisionist, oversimplified, and in some cases outright incorrect. Lucky for me I have always had an interest in the subject and never sat through a history lesson I couldn't have schooled the teacher on.

    I also learned early on to keep my mouth shut, ignore the inaccuracies, and give the teachers the answers they wanted to hear. People get so testy when you use things like facts and cited sources to deflate their curriculum of fabrications. Better to let them think you're just another drone.

    My wife is in the final stages of getting certified as a grade school teacher. Some of the stuff she says about the way the public grade schools are set up would make you want to vomit.

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  • CCCSD
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    Emma, you are right. I should just let it go, but I cant.

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  • Langford PR
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    Originally posted by PhilipCal View Post
    ....... and trained turd for Chief Executive, this is what you get. This is the clown who claimed Al Quida "is on the run". This is the dunce, no doubt coached by Valerie Jarret, Susan Rice, and slobs of the same mind set who referred to terrorist action in Paris as a "random shooting"...........
    Oh, by and by, its not often brought up and surprisingly few actually know it but Valerie Jarrett was also born(1956) and spent many years being raised in a Muslin country.......Iran.

    .....its very easy to see why they're so close regarding policy and ideas.....birds of a feather and such.

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  • EmmaPeel
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    Originally posted by CCCSD View Post
    Ask the Rhodesians how it all turned out under Jimmy...

    You're not expecting most Americans to know what continent that's on, let alone what country's that in, are you?

    Do they even teach history in the schools anymore?

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  • CCCSD
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    Ask the Rhodesians how it all turned out under Jimmy...

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