Questions to ask your child

Why should you ask?

I commented on one of the more attractive attributes of Sarah Palin's character one day.  A young person near me remarked that he "hated" Sarah.  When I pressed I got a litany of reasons, like she didn't have enough experience, she was only a mayor, she did not have a suitable education, and so on.  When challenged on each of the reasons he did not believe me when I told him that she had experience as a business-woman, mayor, governor, commander in chief of the Alaska National Guard, and foreign relations dealing with members of foreign countries and in fact more experience than our President when he is elected.  He walked away with a prejudice that I know was not from his family.  It is obvious that he picked up these from somewhere and the only place I could figure was school.

There is more and more evidence that our teachers, whether intentionally or not, are indoctrinating our children rather than educating them.  Worse, they may be contributing to the "Progressive" push to move our country from a relatively free republic to a progressive tyranny.  The following questions are designed to detect whether such indoctrination has been applied to your children. Note: as in most tests, the most correct answer is correct.

  1. What is the opposite of Republican?
    1. Democrat.
    2. Libertarian.
    3. Progressive.
    4. None of the above
    5. All of the above
  2. What is the opposite of Democrat?
    1. Republican
    2. Libertarian
    3. Progressive
    4. None of the above
    5. All of the above
  3. What is the opposite of Progressive?
    1. Republican
    2. Libertarian
    3. Democrat
    4. None of the above
    5. All of the above
  4. What is the opposite of Libertarian?
    1. Republican
    2. Democrat
    3. Progressive
    4. None of the above
    5. All of the above
  5. Most present day Republicans are
    1. Libertarian
    2. Progressive
    3. Democratic
  6. Most present day Democats are
    1. Republican
    2. Progressive
    3. Libertarian
  7. What is the supreme law of the United States
    1. Laws passed by the Senate
    2. Laws passed by the House of Representatives
    3. The United Nations
    4. Laws passed by both the Senate and the House of Representatives and signed into law by the President.
    5. The Constitution of the United States
    6. Executive Orders of the President
    7. Rulings made by the Supreme Court
    8. The Declaration of Independence.
  8. How many political parties are permitted in the United States.
    1. One
    2. Two
    3. Three
    4. More than Three
  9. Under the Constitution of the United States a citizen has the following rights
    1. Life
    2. Medical Care
    3. Pursuit of Wealth
    4. An Education
    5. A Job
    6. Liberty
    7. All of the above.
    8. 1, 3, 6
    9. None of the above
    10. 1,2,4,6
  10. The purpose of the Constitution of the United States is
    1. To grant rights to the citizens of the United States
    2. To provide a framework and supply the organization from which modern laws may be passed
    3. To limit the powers of the Federal Government over the States, and the individuals.
    4. To cover aspects of law that are not covered by the United Nations.
    5. All of the above
    6. 2. and 3. above.
    7. None of the above
  11. The United States is subservient to the United Nations.
    1. True
    2. False
If you are not familiar with Libertarianism or Progressivism, refer to the article Libertarianism on this site.

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