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  • Ichingcarpenter (2584 posts)
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    Dr. Joseph Farrell discuss common core on The Higher Side Chats

    The Higherside Chats podcast as host Greg Carlwood talks the education conspiracy of common core and 9/11 with returning guest, Joseph Farrell.

    The Earth has a rich history of control by vast interlocking networks of think tanks, multinational corporations, secret societies, esoteric orders, and hidden financiers all aimed at crafting society to their will and molding modern man as they see fit. And while the “conspiratorial baton” may have changed hands many times throughout history, guest Joseph Farrell has been tracking this over the course of several years and rejoins THC to help us better understand the world stage today.

    Essay tests vs multiple choice tests discussion, the red flags on the foundations supporting common core plus of course the Cabal.

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  • LWolf (74 posts)
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    1. I'm listening now.

    At the beginning, I am in complete agreement:  it’s not the standards themselves, and those allowing themselves to be distracted by the standards, and not how they are used against us, are missing the point.

    As a matter of fact, the CCSS are better than the last version of standards yoked around my neck; at least they require some critical thinking.

    The standards and accountability movement has always been about taking control of public education and the resources that fund us.  I’ve been a staunch opponent since its birth at the state level, before it went national with GWB, Ted Kennedy, and George Miller.

    • Ichingcarpenter (2584 posts)
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      2. I think he has interesting viewpoints but

      goes off the deep end sometimes on his other therories, however he is well researched.  He did follow the money in Germany with Atta on 911 and for me it checks out.

      I no longer teach but still keep tabs on what’s happening. My daughter went to a Montessori school for a year but we had to move to another state. I thought the interview was interesting . Farrell normally doesn’t talk about education though he taught for I think 5 years.

      I like THC because he is a good interviewer and has out the norm persons on that have different perspectives .

      • LWolf (74 posts)
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        3. Common Core

        and standardized testing has many layers of issues to discuss.  I rarely find people who are willing to take that on; usually it’s a black and white response.