"What is so mind boggling is that all of this is being financed by the American people themselves through their own taxes. In other words, the American people are underwriting the destruction of their own freedom and way of life by lavishly financing through federal and state grants the very social scientists who are undermining our national sovereignty and preparing our children to become the dumbed-down vassals of the new world order."
Samuel L. Blumenfeld
(1927-2015) American author, educator
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 -- Mary-MI      
Indeed!  However, our taxes don't even come close to covering the expenses  the bulk of it all is borrowed on the backs of the People forever.  Frankly, the cost just isn't worth the return.  And the content of the education has become 'socialized' to indoctrinate rather than answer the questions of the student.  It's a labor racket through and through, financed by eternal debt  because no one would pay for it directly, because the investment yields little return.  Never expect education to include how the state fleeces its citizens from cradle to grave for promises that it will not and cannot keep.
 -- E Archer, NYC     
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    Accurate enough, especially when considering the perspective emanates from a philosophy of "Legal Positivism". The sentiment is correct when it infers that a once intended united body of individual sovereigns (national sovereignty only exists as an extension of individual sovereignty in "a republican form of government") at nature's law have chosen to be chattel, serfs and slaves under a statist theocracy now infesting this land. Not only are the chattel financing their own enslavement and demise but, within a demonic caste system, they further accept serfdom's funny money system as a whole, compelled compliance, government licensing, victimless crimes, larceny as the norm and a theocracy of socialism.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Absolutely, bread and circus for the masses. 
     -- Ronw13, ID     
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    I'm sure this poor deceased fellow had some expertise somewhere, but this is a silly, senseless diatribe lacking continuity or specifics. What social scientists is he referring to? What new order is he speaking of? Anything orderly, a harbinger of life, would certainly be something new indeed.
     -- Fredrick William Sillik, Anytown     
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