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Don't Let the Kids Drink the Kool-Aid: Confronting the Assault on Our Families, Faith, and Freedom

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Do You Know What Your Kids Are Thinking?
You Might Be Surprised


Many of us assume that this generation of young Americans is much like any other—but the fact is they’re not. Not even close. Numerous polls show the same result on issue after issue. Frightening percentages of our kids believe that

Socialism is better than the free market


Christianity is judgmental, and just pla
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published August 23rd 2011 by Regnery Publishing (first published August 1st 2011)
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Darla
Not a strenuous read, by any means, but Marybeth Hicks gives me 1001 more reasons to homeschool. Number 1, however, is the concept of social "justice" to which the academy is utterly married. Her purpose is to give readers an eyeful of real life, real American public school examples demonstrating how rife the schools are with left of center teaching, teaching that is undermining the freedoms we have enjoyed and the mindset of freedom that is so vital to maintaining them. Yup! We're not allowed t ...more
Tanya


I am a religious conservative, but I couldn't take this book. There is no effort at objective legitimacy. This book is alarmist propaganda for the far right. I can't stand that level of bias from either side.
Rosetta
A must read tor all. An eye opener to the progressive movement and the indoctrination of our youth. Wake il America! The forever transformation of America is happening right under our feet.
Lorie
Of course this is a very conservative based, probably politically incorrect book. But very eye-opening. I'm aware of the influence society has on our children, and very literally the Assault on Families, Faith and Freedom. But this book really makes it clear. The majority of the book is examples how different aspects of our lives are being influenced by outrageous incidents. It almost makes you wonder, Is this for real? Sadly, yes it is. The last part of the book gives advice on what we can do. ...more
Darla
Sep 06, 2011 Darla marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Just heard the author interviewed on Hugh Hewitt. Will be getting this one soon. Sounds like a great companion to my John Gotto reading as of late.
Katie Fitzgerald
I appreciate the information presented in this book, but it is definitely very one-sided. The author seems to assume she is preaching to the choir and therefore she doesn't really outline her own opinions; rather, she spends the entire book attacking the Left as though everyone reading the book is with her on the far Right - and without defining the beliefs that make her so conservative. I would have gotten a lot more out of reading this if it argued for something, rather than simply pointing ou ...more
Jess
Really interesting, right leaning book. The older I get the more I see the politics in everything!
Jennifer
The book seemed a bit wordy with a lot of quotes. The strategies to "restore america" at the end of the book were vague and bland. I agreed with the author's main points, but I was surprised at how the verbiage seemed to slow me down.
E. Scott
Loving this book so far.

Non-racist, liberty-loving individualist... and I prefer "Tea" over the "kool aid" being dished out in America right now. :)
Jennifer
Good read...very scary to find out who (and what) is indoctrinating our kids. We must always be vigilant.
Michael
This lady makes Anne Coulter seem reasonable. Pass.
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“The uncomfortable reality is, the diversity agenda isn't about honoring and cherishing all racial, ethnic and religious traditions. It's about apologizing for our Western, Judeo-Christian foundations while pretending not to notice that we're elevating in the eyes of our children the very cultures that hold America in disdain.” 4 likes
“When the government does the job of a parent, that's socialism.” 4 likes
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