Friday, March 12, 2010

Neo-Confederacy in Texas Education

First a Texas governor that talks about secession and now this with the Texas State Board of Education.

From a March 10, 2010 article in the New York Times:

There have also been efforts among conservatives on the board to tweak the history of the civil rights movement. One amendment states that the movement created “unrealistic expectations of equal outcomes” among minorities. Another proposed change removes any reference to race, sex or religion in talking about how different groups have contributed to the national identity.


References to Ralph Nader and Ross Perot are proposed to be removed, while Stonewall Jackson, the Confederate general, is to be listed as a role model for effective leadership, and the ideas in Jefferson Davis’s inaugural address are to be laid side by side with Abraham Lincoln’s speeches.

The following is the link to the article.

Neo-Confederacy continues to advance and Obama continues to do nothing.

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