Is it okay for teachers to bully a young conservative activist? Of course not. But that’s what happened to Benji Backer, a fifteen years old student who happens to be a young conservative activist. You can read more on his essay, first published at FreedomWorks.org.
I think it’s great for any student to get involved with politics, Heaven knows we need more students like that, seriously! Otherwise, we’re gonna end up with a generation so obsessed with playing video games and catching up on the latest fashions, which could lead to grave consequences for America. I’m sure many teachers would agree with that, but as long the students follow the liberal ideology. But what about conservative students? Apparently, it’s a big no-no with most teachers.
We shouldn’t be shocked by this, as it’s obvious that the public education system is usually geared toward the indoctrination of liberal ideology among the kids. Don’t be surprised if within 20 years, we’re gonna face a new generation of adults already enamored with liberal ideology taught by their teachers and are more than willing to put that into practice once they are legally allowed to vote. As matter of fact, this has been happening for the last 50 years, and look what has happened to America.
What a sad sight to behold!
How far are you willing to go at length to provide for your family? “Breaking Bad” is a highly acclaimed show depicting the story of an ordinary chemistry high school teacher going to extreme measures in providing for his family after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
It’s a great show that explores the dark side of human nature, even in a seemingly normal guy. In the beginning of the show, I sometimes felt sorry for Walter as he grapples with moral choices he made as he adopts to a life of crime. But as the show progresses, Walter is increasingly seen going over to the dark side. It’s great to see a show that really focuses on character development and how Walter’s questionable decisions affect the people around him whom he cares greatly. It is indeed rare to see a main character get that kind of treatment on any show.
Another big part of the show’s charm is the dysfunctional relationship Walter has with his partner-in-crime, Jesse Pinkman. Occasionally Jesse acts as comic relief as he clumsily tries to follow Walter’s instructions, however, we are quickly reminded of how dangerous they have gotten over the course of the show. A laugh is easily turned to disgust as they continue to commit more crimes and getting away with them. The dialogues between Walter and Jesse, you get to see how they rationalize their actions, and this part is what makes this show entertaining to watch.
Without a question, I would heartily recommend this show to anyone who is more interested in complex characters as the story line continues to unfold at steady pace. It has all around great acting and leaves a unique mark in the television entertainment. You won’t want to miss this show.
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