Letter - Do not support public schools


Mandatory government education (also called public education) is not only collectivist, authoritarian and unacceptable in a country that claims to be free. It is also inherently inefficient at education:

1) Public schools are not intended to educate — from the public schools of the past:

Prussia, national socialist Germany, Soviet Russia, Maoist China, the socialist leaning governments of the early 20th century U.S. (which forced Native American children into schools and punished them for speaking their own tongue), Britain and imperialist Australia (which did the same thing the U.S. did to the Native Americans but this time to the natives of Australia).

To the public schools of today, in those very same places, the goal is not to encourage critical thinking, learning how to learn, or investigating an issue from all sides including “politically incorrect” and unofficial views. Instead the goal is producing good citizens and team players.

2) Landowners are forced to pay for public schools at the threat of having the land they supposedly own confiscated if they fail to pay their property taxes. This effectively eliminates any potential for serious competition and removes the need for any integrity or quality in public schools.

Do not waste your children’s time and stunt their intellect by placing them in public schools.

Vote no on the upcoming Dayton school bond, and vote no on every other school bond presented in the future, and use the money you save to offer your children a real education opportunity.

Please stop supporting and making the rest of us unwillingly pay for a system that is detrimental to children.

Jordan Henderson



downhillracer 1 year, 8 months ago

I'm guessing the author of this letter also believes the Earth is flat, evolution is a hoax, man never walked on the moon, and the President is a Muslim. Rarely does one see such unbridled ignorance and lack of critical thinking on display.


Doceo 1 year, 8 months ago

According to a recent UN fact sheet on the millennium development goal to end poverty, 86 countries do not yet have even universal primary education. Perhaps you might be more comfortable living in one of these nations?


Calzaretta 1 year, 8 months ago

This must have been an April fool's day joke, a day early!


fatherof5 1 year, 8 months ago

Well, at least this guy isn't a hypocrite. He hates all collectivism and participates in none of it.

He isn't one of those anti-government folks, who complain and complain, and yet they drive public roads, attend public schools, visit public parks, utilize public police and fire protection, breathe cleaner air, drink cleaner water, take safer medications, receive college grants, get Medicare benefits, and then go buy food and milk that's cheaper due to government subsidies.

Wait. You don't think he drives on the collectivist roads, do you?


Use.Wisdom 1 year, 8 months ago

fatherof5 -- I enjoy your contributions. Thanks!


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