Private schools, home schooling becoming more attractive

I went to public schools for most of my education. I never had any major ethical or moral problems with those institutions of learning. Of course, that was back when political correctness did not rule the world and when basic morality was accepted as the norm, even by people who did not necessarily practice it.

Today, if you have school-aged children or grandchildren, you might be wondering if the home school or private school options are worth considering. In addition to violence in some public schools and Common Core ramming its liberal crap down our kids’ throats, there’s also the “healthy lunch police” and “everybody’s a winner” philosophy to contend with.

And don’t even get yourself started on trying to tell your child or grandchild why being a boy makes them different from being a girl (or vice versa). That’s a no-no now. Bending over backwards to try to avoid offending kids who identify themselves as transgender, public school teachers are told to blur the distinctions between male and female as much as possible.

Children today are becoming brainwashed into thinking that any choice they make regarding just about anything is valid and should be accepted. And anyone who gives them any grief about it is sexist or racist.

Talking about teenagers, Jerry Seinfeld said, “They just want to use these words…that’s racist, that’s sexist, that’s prejudice. They don’t even know what they’re talking about.” The comedian added that he rarely does college campus gigs anymore because everybody is so politically correct. You can’t make a joke about anybody or anything because everybody is so uptight and easily offended.

Of course, social media is onboard with this whole freak show called political correctness. Rather than male and female identifiers, Facebook came up with 58 different gender options for its users. I don’t even want to know what most of those are. And believe it or not, the social media site was criticized for not having enough options.

20No matter how “normal” your home is and no matter how much time you spend providing your children and grandchildren with a sound, moral and ethical upbringing, they are going to be influenced by their public school experience.

Maybe it’s time to look at other educational options for those we care most about


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