Teach nation's roots to block socialism
We must work together on education. All students should study and read the Bill of Rights, the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence to learn how our country was started. Right now, from what I've learned, some high school students only study the amendments to the Constitution. That is not enough. Students should understand how our country was formed and why immigration to lie in a free country should be a privilege.
We are going to lose a lot with this new administration trying to force socialism on us. Nothing is impossible if you have the support of the citizens of this great country. We will have to fight for the change back to our roots, but if you want your children growing up to live in a free country, it's worth the fight.
What can we do?
Teachers and their unions are mostly Democrats. I don't know what to do about that. Do you?
We miss you already, President Trump.
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