Tag Archives: Compulsory Education

How the Government is Manipulating America’s Youth

By Ryan Christian Source: Waking Times Few would disagree that this country’s school system is, at best, behind the times; at worst, stifling unique perspectives and creativity, and effectively the future. With all that we have discovered about the way the mind works, and … Continue reading

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Public School or Prison? Here Are 10 Ways It’s Hard To Tell

By Alice Jones Webb Source: The Mind Unleashed Every weekday morning, from September through June, parents across the country get up earlier than they want to, rush like crazy, wrangle kids into appropriate clothing, and wait in exhausting drop-off lines … Continue reading

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There is No Pipeline, Schools are Prisons

By Ryan Calhoun Source: Center for a Stateless Society We are told there is a pipeline in the United States that travels from our school system to our criminal justice system. Correct as the data corroborating the pipeline’s existence may be, … Continue reading

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Education and the “Progressive” Corporate State

By Kevin Carson Source: Center for a Stateless Society Speaking in Knoxville, Tennessee on January 9 US president Barack Obama unveiled an initiative to provide two years of community college tuition-free, nationwide, to anyone meeting attendance and grade requirements. The idea, inspired … Continue reading

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