WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE HOW A HIGH SCHOOL TEXTBOOK SUMMARIZES THE RIGHTS GUARANTEED IN THE SECOND AMENDMENT

The re-making of History… sure… sounds catchy… but don’t you want your children to know what our Constitution and Bill of Rights REALLY say, instead of making them look dumb when they quote this foolish stuff to people who know the truth? Dumbing down of Americans… that’s what the Democrats want.

Stop Common Core Illinois

Note:  Today is US Constitution Day.  Schools are required to teach the US Constitution.  The book in this item is not specifically Common Core, but this story is a reminder to parents to talk to their children and verify that what they are learning is accurate.

The Blaze –

Controversy is brewing around a school district in Denton, Texas, that is said to be using a United States history book that seems to summarize the Second Amendment inaccurately. However, the Denton Independent School District maintains it only uses the book as “supplemental” material and is “disseminating the correct information on the Second Amendment” from other texts.

But there are several other schools that appear to be using the book, too.

“The people have the right to keep and bear arms in a state militia,” the definition in the book, “United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination,”…

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