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Both GOP and Dems at Fault for Failing Schools, Govt

Both GOP and Dems at Fault for Failing Schools, Govt
In February of this year, a custodian vacuums the lobby of the a school in Hartford, Connecticut. A proposal to shutter the school buildings has only heightened a sense of neglect among many in poor, largely African-American neighborhoods. (Elise Amendola/AP)

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Thursday, 17 August 2017 11:27 AM Current | Bio | Archive

The news accounts by television, radio, or newspaper of August 2017 show America in crisis — an un-American crisis.

America of 2017 looks like and acts like a country at war with itself. To many citizens, America of August 2017 is much like Germany in the years following World War I, heading into and during the Weimar Republic. Germany was in ruins emotionally, mentally, morally, and politically. Troublemakers took to the streets.

German street brawlers were the National Socialists — the Nazis, the communists, the anarchists, the regular socialists, and plain criminals. In Germany, the Nazis won.

But, the street brawling was not limited to Germany. In Russia, the communists won. In Italy, the fascists won.

The American street brawling and property damage was initiated by the anarchist and radical political left. It reached high levels with the election of Donald J. Trump as president. It has since escalated to a zenith level in August of 2017, as the radical progressive Democrats and globalists planned.

Meanwhile, U.S. military actions in the Mideast have received little coverage. The purported Russian collusion with Trump and the Republicans has gone solely to an occasional 30 second blurb. Putin is limited to a singular naming every other day. North Korea gets a modicum of attention once and awhile, if they fire a rocket.

Immigration consternation was a leading hallmark of the radical leftist program of destabilizing America. Now, it has become a distant memory in the American news world.

The monotonous attacking drumbeats on Trump by the alt-left news media is the only "news."

On Aug. 16, 2017, The Washington Post featured a lead story, "Trump has a troubling tendency to blame 'both sides.'" The story gives the impression that only the one side did the street brawling, as the anti-Trump brawlers were mere observers at this and all the other street brawls.

The purposeful inaccurate statements, the purposeful failure to tell the whole story, and the downright purposeful false news reporting by the "mainstream media" are meant to destroy the presidency of President Trump, but also to erode the fundamental tenets of the American Republic.

The American people know its takes two to tango, regardless of the national news media's obvious bias.

Yes, an alleged "neo-Nazi" was charged criminally for employing a radical Islamic terror tactic, driving a car into a crowd of people. Incidents like this do occur in street brawls. Where were the police?

There have been no profiles in courage to defuse the radical left’s attacks on the American way of life. Certainly not the talking-heads nor the mainstream news media — many of whom are subsidized by George Soros and his ilk. These talking-heads believe in the tactics of the Chicago-based socialist community organizer, Saul Alinsky. Soros and Alinsky and their compatriots purportedly use and used fifth column front organizations to accomplish un-American goals.

Americans are looking for leaders to adhere to the American culture, heritage, and ethos— to be profiles in courage.

The book by then-Sen. John F. Kennedy, "Profiles in Courage" was a best-selling historical-political work about doing the right thing in face of majority derision and opposition. President Kennedy’s book has never been read by 99 percent of American school students — nor their teachers. A sad commentary on the American education system.

Through the Open Society Foundation and its many subsets, Soros promotes globalization and the concept of America as just another so-so country that has many blemishes. Soros, a naturalized American citizen, pushes for open borders, yet every other nation in the world wants strict control of their borders — except maybe England and Germany.

Who is paying for the street "demonstrators" to travel from city to city? Who is paying the salaries of these demonstrators? Is it true, that George Soros is funding the people who are demonstrating in the streets of America?

If so, what is the Soros end game? Could it be, an American form of a dictatorship, a money dictatorship?

These are questions working Americans are asking as they see their schools becoming day-care centers. They know the news media will not ask probing questions of the anti-Trump brawlers or their advocates.

The American system of education over the last 50 years must be held accountable for its failures. As a new school year begins, American public schools are in abysmal shape.

Many school districts have many students who speak no English. Teachers are poorly educated, teacher unions only care about money; and parents are unhappy with poor performances of both teachers and students. There are real educational problems — no solutions are in the offing.

The federal government, under Democratic and Republican administrations, is at fault for failures in education. Democratic politicians are mainly at fault. For instance, the Obama administration purposely failed to enforce the federal immigration laws, causing much of the unsettlement in school districts.

The summer brawling will continue in and out of schools.

James H. Walsh was associate general counsel with the U.S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service from 1983 to 1994. Read more reports from James Walsh — Click Here Now.

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The federal government, under Democratic and Republican administrations, is at fault for failures in education. The American people know its takes two to tango, regardless of the national news media's obvious bias.
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