Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Quo Vadis?

Phyllis Schlafly asked in a recent Town Hall column, Where are the public schools taking the next generation?

Public schools are guiding the morals, attitudes, knowledge and decision-making (the elements that determine our culture) of 89 percent of U.S. children. Public schools are financed by $500 billion a year of our money, forcibly taken from us in taxes, which the public school establishment spends under a thin veneer of accountability to school board members elected in government-run elections.

Quo vadis? Whither are the public schools taking the next generation?

Future historians will ultimately answer that question, but some believe it will be straight to the psych ward. Why? More and more schools are screening our nation's children for mental illness without the parents' consent and determining them to be mentally ill.

Listen to this mother, Teresa Rhoades tell her story.

Big Brother is marching forward straight into the minds of our children. They offer the children free pizza and movie passes to take the test using only a "passive consent" form to cover themselves. A parents failure to respond, is all the school needs to perfrom the test. Teen Screen is very secretive about their locations. (Details here.) Parents was your tested without your knowledge? To find out more about Teen Screen and their plan to have all public school children mentally tested, click here.

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