Have you seen this?
“The courts have consistently determined that the Second Amendment does not ensure each individual the right to bear arms,” it purportedly reads. “The courts have never found a law regulating the private ownership of weapons unconstitutional.”
This is another example of lying by not telling the whole story. While these assertions about what the courts have said are fairly accurate, there is no counter-balance in which the children are told that this is an example of the courts usurping power. Quite frankly, the courts are wrong! What’s more, there is no doubt they are wrong. No one can argue otherwise without ignoring or erasing the words of our founding fathers.
Now, I am not going to bother to re-post the many explanations from our founders as to what the 2nd Amendment means or why they insisted upon it before they would ratify the Constitution. Anyone who is intellectually honest can find their words in a 5-minute search of founding fathers gun quotes. What we should all be concerned with here is that there are people who would insist that the founders did not intend what they clearly and undeniably did mean, and that they would then use our schools to teach their lies to our children. There is a word for this:
2obsolete : a cause of overthrow or destruction
When you bother to read the literature from the people pushing their political agenda on all of us through our schools and children, you’ll find that they openly admit that this is exactly what they want to do – and how they propose to do it:
“It was for that reason that I used to say, when I had to do with the administration of an educational institution, that I should like to make the young gentlemen of the rising generation as unlike their fathers as possible. Not because their fathers lacked character or intelligence or knowledge or patriotism, but because their fathers, by reason of their advancing years and their established position in society, had lost touch with the processes of life; they had forgotten what it was to begin; they had forgotten what it was to rise; they had forgotten what it was to be dominated by the circumstances of their life on their way up from the bottom to the top, and, therefore, they were out of sympathy with the creative, formative and progressive forces of society.”
–Woodrow Wilson, What is Progress
Now, if this nation still understood the principles of liberty, the people pushing this on us would be forcibly evicted from their passions of public office and, in all likelihood, would also discover that no patriot would bather to give them employment, either. But, alas, we’re no longer a moral and righteous people. Now we grovel and beg for these slave masters to wrap us in their chains. So long as long as they will lift the burden of taking responsibility for ourselves from us, we’re willing to submit to their rule. We’re a despicable nation, and we’re no longer worthy of safety nor liberty.