April 11, 2008, - 4:34 pm

The Future of American Publick Skoolz?

By Debbie Schlussel
Recently, I wrote about the Minneapolis “public” charter Muslim school, TIZA (Tarik Ibn Zayid Academy), publicized by Minneapolis columnist Katherine Kersten. I wrote about how the school is sponsored by an Al-Qaeda/HAMAS charity, and how there are many schools like this in Ohio, Michigan, and elsewhere. As I wrote, the school violates the separation between church and state, but not the separation between mosque and state, which doesn’t seem to exist.
Well, here’s the future of American tax-funded public education, b/c we, our President, and the powers that be in this country did nothing (by Cartoonist/Illustrator Roger Latham):


Reminds me of this . . .

Burqa Family Photo

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15 Responses

One of the strongest arguments for public education used to be the idea of assimilation, that the public schools helped promote homogeneity, and a national unity, and helped assimilate immigrants to our national values.
Obviously, those days are long gone. First, while I know there are some exceptionally capable teachers (some friends of mine & both my parents), many teachers are functionally illiterate & cannot do basic math. Many teachers are alientated from our country, and then, like the picture you have here, many are promoting divisiveness. Why should I pay for this as a taxpayer? Private schools and homeschooling are the way to go unless someone is lucky enough to live in an area with a very good public school; there are a few, but not very many.

c f on April 11, 2008 at 5:16 pm

Which dearborn high school are these pictures of?

samurai on April 11, 2008 at 8:18 pm

That’s a joke by the way.

samurai on April 11, 2008 at 8:18 pm

Dear Debbie;
This cartoon is so funny. And every time I see that photograph I crack up.
Lastly. It really amazes me how these illegal Islamic schools can get away with all of this stuff.
These schools are illegal aren’t they? But nobody in the government seems to care. Unless of course you try to put the Ten Commandments on the facade of a courthouse.

EJO on April 11, 2008 at 10:22 pm

EJO, they do care, about their lives. They’re terrified of terrorists. It will be against the law to criticize mooslums. You’re mind will be controlled and you will be given a ticket for $75 because you called negro children monkeys for climbing in a tree. Regardless of the fact you would have called white kids monkeys if they were climbing in a tree. You used to be able to say “more fun than a barrel full of monkeys”, that has now been changed to “sheer hell like a barrel full of monkeys”.

John Cunningham on April 12, 2008 at 5:59 am

Well y’all always bitching about having religion IN schools…so what’s the gripe now???

EminemsRevenge on April 12, 2008 at 8:48 am

The wife and I homeschool our children with great results. How are they going to enforce this multicultralism bull-plop in our home? I dare them to try.
We have no fears of terrorists taking over the bus our kids could be on, no fears of school shootings, no fears of indoctrination, no fear of our kids parenting the teacher’s child – I can on for hours.
Just recently, some District slag tried to give us a hard time claiming that our kids would suffer socialy from homeschooling. After a slight debate (I was civil, she was going off on rants), I finally realized why the public and private school folks constantly bring this up – they don’t warn of developmental problems; they threaten it. She threatened us with blackballing.
Our family has consistantly yelled at local government to stop stealing our money to fund their illegal activities like public education and welfare. They just brush us off ’til election season. Then they act like “Huh? We brushed you off?” and then say whatever they think we want to hear to get our vote.
If the Islamofacists think they can enforce their psychobabble in our home where I am Lord-Protector and Heavenly Father fights our battles; then they’d better be ready for a fight!

bhparkman on April 12, 2008 at 10:50 am

I don’t know if you read, but California have made it illegal to home school kids. Your kids are property of government. Get it, Comrade.
Anyways, while I fully believe it is a right to home school one’s kids if parents so choose, and it is certainly up to parents to decide what is best for their kids in that regard, I do question whether it socially stunts kids. When I was growing up, the kids I knew who were home schooled were usually pretty socially awkward, naive, and wierd. I hate to have to generalize, but that was the impression I got. I’m going to send my kids to private, Catholic (preferably Jesuit) schools.

JasonBourne81 on April 12, 2008 at 1:59 pm

I live in Utah; where our governor salivates at California’s socialist power, but is scared to death of a full blown revolt.
Good choice with the Jesuit school. I hear they’ve had great results. Our problem here is an utter lack of private schools. The UEA (Utah’s teacher’s union) has too much stolen power, and probably some thugs. Majority of our private schools are for the handicapped.
Besides, our kids are socially healthy. They participate in 4-H, church functions, neighborhood parties, etc. The public school kids out here are very anti-social from my experience.
It really does depend on the parents.

bhparkman on April 12, 2008 at 11:27 pm

When I lived on the left coast the big thing was bilingual education. Translated means that the white kids get an inch of homework everyday(home schooling) and the mexicans get to learn english on my dime. Difference is the school gets credit for teaching my son in the way of money for the lib teachers. The same teachers that DEMANDED a 24 hour warning that I was dropping in on the class to observe the f–ked up system in progress. Michigan still has the violence if not the gangs. I may write a book on my experiences with the california school system in Salinas. Illegal alien capital of california. california not capitalized on purpose, homes.

samurai on April 13, 2008 at 11:46 am

It looks like some extreme Halloween program, Would love to see that happen down here in Florida. The Good Ole Boys down here would have a field day. I think it’s time for the South to leave the Union again. Screw the north and the liberal, bark humping, all can be fixed with a hug ideology up there. And do not give me some bull about only a small portion of Islam are extremists. If that was true we wouldn’t see 10’s of thousands in the town square chanting death to America now would we. Death to Islam, Death to the Devil worshipers and followers of the child molesting, rapist, drug store prophet. Don’t like what I said? common down but remember I SHOOT BACK!!!

mfee01 on April 14, 2008 at 6:54 am

The cartoon of the man in the nighgown takingpics of the black sheets is hilarious. What’s the point, eh?

allat on April 14, 2008 at 2:11 pm

Re. Photo of the man talking a photo
Eh, it’s a photo, but it might as well be a cartoon.

allat on April 14, 2008 at 2:12 pm

May God guide you all for you misconceptions and hard hearts towards other religions.

LQ on February 9, 2010 at 9:14 pm

Your all a bunch of focking ass holes

Carol Durkheim on January 22, 2011 at 5:53 pm

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