On September 17th, we celebrate “Constitution Day” in the United States. We are encouraged to remember the laws and principles our nation was established upon–Judeo Christian laws and principles. These days we see the Constitution being denigrated and attacked by progressive judges and movements aiming to change our history to advance their plan of socialism, big government and godless humanism.
Many people believe that the rise in power of the Federal Government Education System has fostered this attack on the Constitution. Dr. Duke Pesta joins us to look at the deterioration of public education and the lurking dangers of Common Core. In our final segment, Elijah Abraham also shares his thoughts on the importance of homeschooling Christian children, as well as how government schools are whitewashing Islam and criminalizing Christianity.
We discuss the high school history assignment on Christopher Columbus highlighing only negative events, “Columbus Day be Celebrated?” Here is a summary of how the class handled the assignment:
- No historical material on Columbus was presented during class.
- References with information for and against the argument were handed out.
- The class found historical information on their own using the internet.
- Sources were not required for the information sited in the completed assignment.
- Most students said that Columbus day should not be celebrated.
From Freedom Project:
Dr. Duke Pesta Presents, Universities: History, Purpose, & Politics
–Series begins Tuesday, September 20th @ 7pm Central Time.–
Next Tuesday, FreedomProject will debut a brand new four-week lecture, LIVE ONLINE, by Dr. Duke Pesta, Universities: History, Purpose, and Politics. (Attend from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.)
This series dives deep into the roots of higher education, covering the rise of universities in medieval Europe, to early American colleges, the modern university, and finally examines how to survive college while keeping God, Country and Self intact.
Even if schedule conflicts prohibit you from attending live, participants will have access to each recording and podcast within 24 hours of broadcast. Participants can attend individually or as a group, from home, church, or other venue.