Teaching the teachers…

Lexington HS

Lexington HS

The subject of patriotism came up on one of the talking-head cable shows today and a reference was made to the Lexington High School “American Pride” school dance. It seems school administrators, in all their infinite “wisdom”, thought a few folks might be offended and proposed changing the theme to “National Pride” to include all nationalities. Really? Then it dawned on me. If we can’t get our country’s origins and history straight in Lexington Massachusetts, arguably the birthplace of this great Republic, then we may as well just throw in the towel right now. Moreover, if the fools we entrust our posterity’s education to can’t let go of their screwball ideological positions long enough to actually teach our kids the truth about who we are and what we stand for as a nation, then maybe it’s time to get some new teachers!

Thankfully, the students at Lexington HS were able to recognize the ruse and raised holy heck over the ensuing controversy, thus forcing the so-called educators to re-think their anti-American propaganda ploy. Kudos to these brave young Patriots for doubling down on the Liberty so many have fought and died to defend, and making the case for our Constitution and way of life! Enjoy your dance boys and girls…!

"The Patriot Pastor" and my son Zach on Lexington Green...

“The Patriot Pastor” and my son Zach in front of the “Minute Man” on Lexington Common…

 

 

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2 Responses to Teaching the teachers…

  1. Walt Kachanis says:

    A point to ponder: It seems that many of our pre-teens and teens are beginning to see through the tripe that is coming out of the educators mouths. This being the case, there still is hope for our country’s future, apparently not all kids are wasted and tuned out as the PC and liberal agendas would have us believe,

    • Fred Comella says:

      Indeed Walt. Check out the revised pic of my son and “The Patriot Pastor” on the Common a few years back. I interviewed the proud and brilliant Garrett Lear for a Christian Newspaper I write for. He is a wealth of knowledge to say the least, when it comes to our nations true origins and history. The most interesting and informative conversation I’ve ever had on the subject…

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