The Daily Paul has been archived. Please see the continuation of the Daily Paul at Popular

Thank you for a great ride, and for 8 years of support!

Comment: Fine

(See in situ)


Teachers can build background knowledge about the President of the United States and his speech by reading books about presidents and Barack Obama and motivate students by asking the following questions:

Who is the President of the United States?
-A radical socialist with the voting record to prove it.

What do you think it takes to be President?
-A rich father, a recognizable last name, lots of money, lots of corrupt friends.

To whom do you think the President is going to be speaking?
-To anyone who is impressionable.

Why do you think he wants to speak to you?
-To indoctrinate.

What do you think he will say to you?
-Hope, change, community, progress, green, education.

Teachers can ask students to imagine being the President delivering a speech to all of the students in the United States. What would you tell students?
-Restore the Constitution and throw the criminal bums out, restore sound money.

What can students do to help in our schools?
-Abolish them in favor of private schools. Reject the ideas of our liberal government hired teachers.

Why is it important that we listen to the President and other elected officials, like the mayor, senators, members of congress, or the governor?
-To plan to protect ourselves against their agendas.

Why is what they say important?
-Because we have a country full of sheople.

"In the capitalist society there is a place and bread for all. Its ability to expand provides sustenance for every worker. Permanent unemployment is not a feature of free capitalism." - Mises -

"Endless money forms the sinews of war." - Cicero,