AN OBAMA JUDGE WILL CLAIM THIS TO BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL – HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE AN UNDERSTANDING OF OUR GOVERNMENTRead Now
A bill that passed the Indiana Senate would require all students to pass the U.S. citizenship exam, usually administered to immigrants, in order to graduate from high school. Indiana state senators proposed the legislation after growing frustrated with high school students knowledge of government and the legislative process. As part of Senate Bill 132, students would be required to pass the U.S. citizenship exam by getting at least 60 out of 100 questions correct. If they are not able to do so, they would be denied a high school diploma even if they have satisfied all other graduation requirements.
If the proposal is passed the bill would go into effect at the beginning of the 2020 school year. "We have many young people in our country, and in the state of Indiana, who do not know a lot of simple information on our government and on our country and some of our history,” one senator said.
One Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) senator said he is against the proposal because it would force another graduation requirement on students and add another mandate to teachers. "Some students are just not excellent test-takers,” he said.
A current requirement to graduate from high school in Indiana is that the student successfully complete 3 credits that include U.S. History, Economics, and Government. To add as a part of the standard curriculum the successful completion of the US citizenship exam would seem to be very simple. I have personally taken this exam, and the questions asked on it should have been taught in any U.S. History and U.S. Government class.
The real question to ask is why an Obama judge will and this Marxist/Progressive senator does object to students being able to pass the very simple US citizenship exam. The answer is obvious. The collectivist movement, which includes Marxists, communists, socialists, progressives, Democrats – all virtually the same, wants all people to understand as little as possible as to how the individualist movement, the movement upon which the United States was built, differs from the collectivist movement, the movement supported by the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party.
The answer is straight forward. The Individualist movement advocates for a self-reliant citizen who is encouraged to achieve in their chosen field. The Individualist movement requires freedom for all. Capitalism is always a part of individualism. The Individualist movement is a creative movement that understands that achievement and wealth are infinite, and that the success of one means potential for all. The rising tide of capitalism and individualism has always raised the living standard and freedom for all.
The Collectivist (Marxist, communist, socialist, progressive, Democrat – all virtually the same) movement is built on a government reliant mentality. The collectivist movement believes in subjugating the desire and ambition of the individual to the limits set forth by the collective. The collectivist movement believes that wealth and creativity are finite and thus have to be allocated as they believe to be in the best interest of the collective. This limiting mentality always caters to the lowest common denominator which always causes social decay, financial collapse, social devastation, and hopeless societies. This is what collectivism has done in Venezuela.
Marx, Lenin, Mao, Castro, Chavez, Obama, Holder, Jarrett, and all comrades understand that when the truth of individualism and the truth of collectivism are presented in a fair manner, even though collectivism may have a short-term appeal for the jealous and petty individual, individualism will always prevail in the long run. The collectivist comrades understand that indoctrination, lying, propaganda, and manipulation are critical to them gaining power over the people so the comrades can achieve their goal of dictating to all how they are to live their lives and what their thoughts are to be.
This type of requirement for high school graduation should be adopted by all states. This type of requirement should be required for all voters, along with voter identification. The freedom and independence promised by the United States Constitution is a right that should be cherished by all. The requirement to understand our system and history is not unreasonable for all who wish to participate.
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