9 thoughts on “Common Core Explained in 39 Minutes”

  1. Probably the smartest thing ever put up here… 🙂

    Whether you feel it is the giants of Wall Street or the giant of the Federal government slowly sucking out the rights of students, parents, and teachers to teach children, either way, it is hurting children….

    All parents need to make themselves aware, and not just listen to the marketing ploy being spoon fed by those who greatly benefit from this new Common Core……. This is not something to be dismissed. It is about your children; you decide for yourself. Then call your state legislator, either way you feel.

    If we make it that important, the Delaware General Assembly could in one day pass a bill exiting us out of Common Core.. Tennessee will, and Indiana already has…. Don’t go into it uninformed… watch the video… and then Google..

  2. (If the Republican Party could jump on this, it would make-up gigantic ground across 2014 statewide. because Markell, Schwartzkoph, M. Smith, B. Short,and Darryl Scott are all FOR it… )

  3. I think you have a point. Republicans in Delaware won’t talk about what people care about. Some years ago, we took a poll for a certain campaign running statewide, we asked people what they care about. Taxes were down around number 5 with about 15% interest. The candidate builds her entire campaign around it and loses 75/25 when she started a popular statewide official. It was her comfort zone. It may have worked if she related it to jobs and the economy, but education was the top issue. Carper didn’t have the greatest plan on education, but he had one that was more than a catch phrase. I eventually resigned from the campaign in frustration because the rest of the advisors couldn’t get the idea that you have to speak to the people’s concerns first, then you get to speak to your concerns.

  4. The irony of Oligarchs Inc. beginning to seek to manufacture peasants and serfs suitable to them and their growing interest in the ponzi of bankers… it never applies to them. They usually never lived some sort of “common core” in order to be incorporated as serfs in the greed/consumption/debt/death cycles being created by the degenerates at 33rd “Liberty” Street and their political lackeys.

    For example:

    At 13 [Bill Gates} enrolled in the Lakeside School, an exclusive preparatory school. When he was in the eighth grade, the Mothers Club at the school used proceeds from Lakeside School’s rummage sale to buy a Teletype Model 33 ASR terminal and a block of computer time on a General Electric (GE) computer for the school’s students. Gates took an interest in programming the GE system in BASIC, AND WAS EXCUSED FROM MATH CLASSES TO PURSUE HIS INTERESTS. He wrote his first computer program on this machine: an implementation of tic-tac-toe that allowed users to play games against the computer. Gates was fascinated by the machine and how it would always execute software code perfectly. When he reflected back on that moment, he said, “There was just something neat about the machine.” […]
    … Gates wrote the school’s computer program to schedule students in classes. He modified the code so that he was placed in classes with “a disproportionate number of interesting girls.” He later stated that “it was hard to tear myself away from a machine at which I could so unambiguously demonstrate success.”
    Gates did not have a definite study plan while a student at Harvard and spent a lot of time using the school’s computers. Gates remained in contact with Paul Allen, and he joined him at Honeywell during the summer of 1974. The following year saw the release of the MITS Altair 8800 based on the Intel 8080 CPU, and Gates and Allen saw this as the opportunity to start their own computer software company. Gates dropped out of Harvard at this time. –Wikipedia

    What a “common core” he had, huh?

    Gates is thoroughly corrupted by the central banker’s mono eyed ponzi, that’s why he can’t even see himself or the fact that he doesn’t actually care about those he’s trying to incorporate in being his type of peasants. Money.

    Not that he can see much of anything at this point. So it’s “common core” for you or your children… but not for him.

    Note the role of money in implementing it. Why didn’t the states have enough “money,” again? States can’t get enough of the central banker’s debt/money created for them out of nothing and that’s part of the wedge for central planning by Oligarchs Inc. that can get or have enough “money”?

    Imagine that. Which side is the “money” and which is the national debt/money, again?

    Anyway, oligarchic scumbags like Gates usually don’t live by the standards that they promote for “common core” commoners. That’s for you or your kids/goats and not those that begin to take more of an “elite” view based on the sort of “money” emanating from 33rd Liberty Street or the Pentagrams carved in DC, etc. Oligarchs are not even the elite that they fancy themselves as once they make it closer to the top of the pyramid scheme, as they’re blinded by their mono… eye. Perhaps Gates should have stuck with his garage mentality and creativity based on decentralization and following his own interests but he seems to be pretty far gone with all his money now.

    One might say that he’s already been incorporated in a “common core” based on money and getting closer to the magick of central banking. Shrug. Perhaps it is best to stay a commoner instead of beginning to feel like one can reach out with withered hands to control others with your money.

  5. Sorry about that Carlin video, I forgot how harsh he was.

    Anyway, the media remains decentralized no matter how many attempts there have been to establish some type of control over it (RIP Aaron Swartz). So something is going to have to give with all these attempts or proposals to establish central control over commoners.

    Given the pathetic state of Honey Boo Boo and “black mob violence incoming” America… it’s hard to imagine* what things giving way will look like. But it sure seems like something will give way before Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton are elected. I could be wrong. Maybe I’m just at the forefront of the decentralization of information. Maybe it can go on… and even more people can be incorporated in Corrections Corporation of America. The masters of debt/money and their political lackeys and salesmen (e.g. Obama) will probably need some sort of Debtor’s Prison Inc. for their serfs soon, though…. with free healthcare and sex change operations inside until the ponzi gives way too much and people get IMF’d with “austerity,” no doubt.

    *Revolution Spreads to America??? (Hard to imagine what it will look like. People protesting at war memorials that were closed due to a lack of national debt/money and then marching over to the White House was probably close, though. After all, they didn’t get much “money” from their supposed wars for oil and petrodollars. There again, was Operation Iraqi Liberation really only about “OIL”? Not that it necessarily matters in red, white and blue… Honey Boo Boo America.)

  6. The internet remains decentralized for now, not the media… I slipped up because I think of the internet as being the media. But for most people it’s probably still TV and the “mainstream” channels typical to corporations.gov.

  7. After viewing the film from the Home School Legal Defense Assoc., I am even more convinced that Common Core is not an education system but instead is, an indoctrination system, that will further “dumb down” America.

    Thank you for posting this very important information David.

  8. David Anderson on April 7, 2014 at 08:53 said: ” Republicans in Delaware won’t talk about what people care about.”

    I am more and more convinced that Republican moderates are driven by the desperate fear of being criticized by the news media.

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