When we looked at the problems with the old paper straws from our childhood they were single sheet of paper, hence why they collapsed and got soggy. Some manufacturers back then coated their straws with a wax substance to try and make them more waterproof. This helped a bit, but then made the straws non-biodegradable. So we have created a straw that is first and foremost user-friendly, meeting the basic needs of someone wanting to drink through a straw.
Former Congressman slams deliberate plan to create dumbed down, obedient population Kit Daniels Infowars. Paul has introduced the Ron Paul Homeschooling Curriculum for students from kindergarten to 12th grade which features courses that are self-taught through daily lecture videos.
To find out more and to enroll, please click here. Paul, could you explain the Common Core State Standards Initiative to those who may be unfamiliar with it? Well, the whole thing is that Common Core is an example of how the federal government wants to take over, totally and completely, the educational system.
Common Core is really the last straw and people are very upset about it because they [federal officials] want to set the standards for the curricula for every single school, which means control over the individual education of all the children.
Of course, the people already upset with education for many years who are in private schooling and homeschooling know about it. Paul, do you feel that politicians can use Common Core in order to prey on the ignorance of the public, as we see that Common Core is, in a way, dumbing down the population?
Do you feel that these statements could tie into how [it seems that] as government gets more and more involved in education, we see more and more radical talking points from politicians [and bureaucrats?
But this is way overworked. Do you have a response to Sen. Reid for suggesting that political activism is terrorism or even common behavior, like what the White House chief suggested could be terrorism?
The best way to answer to people like that is to either refute them, ignore them, laugh at them or refute them with a better idea. I mean they just throw these things out and they have no meaning whatsoever and yet unfortunately the major media is always on their side and would never call them on this.
I felt at many times that after I got out of college, especially in the social studies, sort of a relief because I still had enough introduction to world events were that my curiosity really struck me.
That is when I discovered what education was all about. It really frightens the parents when they put this together without getting an education [for their children. Their kids go to private schools! But the middle class and many in the poorer class are recognizing this if they have any understanding for their kids to get ahead.
They have to get a better education and the schools are not providing this. Right now you see a great transition: It is a disaster because of government planning: It is just trying to make people obedient to the state.
So do you feel that parallel institutions [such as self-educating and homeschooling] could be a great way to break the hold that government has on society?
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