Wednesday, August 23, 2006
OUR SCHOOLS ARE GOING GLOBAL,
AND THAT'LL PUT US IN A WORLD O' HURT
Over the past few years, I've pointed out that education is being globalized before our very eyes, either by unsuspecting educrats or those who want to see local control -- nay, national control -- lost over the mind-shaping process of our children.
Their lust for federal cash keeps pulling us deeper and deeper into global doo-doo, with interlocking regulations that are the same worldwide for everything we do in education. Today's standards, assessments, practices and programs are geared with what other countries are doing whether we like it or not. They're locking our kids into a global society in which meaty and wholesome American principles are going to get lost in the borscht, chow mein and tortilla surprise casserole.
Quite often, readers think I'm nutso for saying this. Well, hold on to your hips:
I feel a song coming on. Actually, this is one of my educational protest songs. It's to the tune of "Yankee Doodle." Hope you like:
Yankee Global came to school
And told a real rip-snorter.
Said, "America is dead!
"Let's join the New World Order."
If you think we'll go for that,
You've got brains of a poodle.
Stop this globalization stuff
Or we'll kick your dandy doodle.
Globalists hate freedom's engine:
Sneer at capitalism.
Don't they know world government
Is economic prison?
Stick a feather up your nose!
Globalism: let's ban it.
You can run the world, just do it
ON SOME OTHER PLANET!!!!
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