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Dear Editor:

Abraham Lincoln is credited with profound insight when he cautioned: “The philosophy of the classroom today will be the philosophy of government tomorrow.”

So it is quite remarkable when one considers that an estimated 93% of the public knows practically nothing about the massive national education restructuring called Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI).

Common Core curriculum standardization is well on its way to full implementation in 2014, whereby a student’s K-12 academic framework will be predominantly controlled by detached unelected bureaucrats at the federal level, special interests and the agenda of Washington elites.

Never wanting “a serious crisis to go to waste,” the Obama administration slipped a $4.35 billion earmark into the 2009 stimulus package for the Department of Education. In return, the department led by Secretary Arne Duncan, launched Barack Obama’s Race to the Top education competition which shackled Common Core to the state level. The blueprint is a virtual copy of the vision Marc Tucker marketed to the Clintons with his memorable “Dear Hillary” congratulations letter in 1992. Unsurprisingly, Tucker’s National Center for Education and the Economy is a major player in constructing Common Core.

And much like the dynamic beleaguering Obamacare, Common Core is overflowing with unknowns. But one thing is certain in spite of inevitable future surprises; the final structure will bear the fingerprints of radicals the likes of social justice extremist, Linda Darling-Hammond who directed Obama’s 2008 education transition team, as well as the president’s former ally from his UIC days, the unrepentant-domestic terrorist, Prof. Bill Ayers.

To ensure national implementation, the Department of Education dangled a piece of the infamous stimulus pie to lure states into adopting the standardized curriculum of which, former Gov. Doyle was one of 46 governors to grab the handout. Hence, in school districts statewide, Common Core is just months away from stripping Wisconsin of its constitutional authority over education, thereby empowering the federal government with control of school curricula while rendering parents powerless to affect change in their own child’s learning development. And to flex muscles, Common Core imposes a federal tracking-system which includes disciplinary records, health history, family income range and parent’s religious/political affiliation.

Furthermore, if the federal takeover of education is not un-American enough, the Common Core framework will eventually provide unrestricted access of our educational system to the United Nations. A number of textbooks and curricula written by UNESCO’s International Baccalaureate (IB) program (ages 3-19) are already in many public school districts across the country. The IB curriculum teaches values and human rights dictated by the U.N., including radical environmentalism, abortion, social justice, multiculturalism, wealth distribution and a religion alternative, pantheism.

Parents who are troubled by this information because they know it threatens their child’s upbringing will naturally question whether it’s too late? The bad news is yes if people choose denial or decide to remain uninformed and uninvolved. But because average Americans have had enough freedom usurped in recent years to equal a lifetime, 13 states have been forced by their engaged citizens into convening public forums/hearings and advance legislative bills in an all-out effort to keep decision-making up to the trusted servants of their communities where control belongs.

To develop a fuller understanding of how smart people intend to raise our babies and grandbabies the way only they know best, search on line: “Stop the Common Core Video Series,” “States Fighting Back — Truth in American Education,” “Common Core’s Race to the Middle in Colorado” (a must see) and “Think Common Core Standards were a State Initiative — Utah’s Republic.”

Frank Gabl

Prospect Hts., Ill.  and

Eagle River

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 2:59 PM


0 #35 2013-10-25 11:43
Frank, I need to reach you but my yahoo email is down. Please email me at so I will have your email address there to contact you with.
-21 #34 Frank Gabl 2013-04-28 22:50
Some of the common core behind Common Core – and their political ideology begins with a “c” as well:
-28 #33 Frank Gabl 2013-04-14 18:01
This communist, traitor and terrorist who wants capitalism destroyed, has direct involvement in Common Core indoctrination.

Instead of a jelly fish thumbs down which I relish, please use a brain and explain your support.

Professors first.
-29 #32 Frank Gabl 2013-04-12 11:31
Commies Coming Out of the Closet for the Con of Common Core:

“We Have Absolute Access to the Classroom”

Has Anyone Seen Communists Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn?
(Future Commie Core School)

Common Core-Mandated Pledge of Alliance to Start Each School Day:
(The first sweet girl looks sad and brainwashed)
-35 #31 Frank Gabl 2013-04-07 01:15
Washington Post, April 6, 2013:

“After writing all of this I realize that I am not leaving my profession, in truth, it has left me. It no longer exists. I feel as though I have played some game halfway through its fourth quarter, a timeout has been called, my teammates’ hands have all been tied, the goal posts moved, all previously scored points and honors expunged and all of the rules altered.”

“This process is like building the airplane while we are flying” – Resignation letter of a 27-year educator:
-35 #30 Frank Gabl 2013-04-06 23:21

It is truly sickening to see local “Americans” complicit in the takeover of our education system by all flavors of leftist crackpots in D.C., through their own ignorance, denial, or worst of all, willful involvement.

So either, learn the truth, wake up, or get nervous by watching the truth slowly begin to come out of the closet.

This is primetime Cincinnati Evening News from a few days ago and the first broadcast network TV investigative segment.

Cont. below:
-33 #29 Frank Gabl 2013-04-06 23:19

“Maxine Greene urged teachers not to mince words with children about the evils of the existing social order. They should portray “homelessness as a consequence of the private dealings of landlords, an arms buildup as a consequence of corporate decisions, and racial exclusion as a consequence of a private property-holder’s choice.” In other words, they should turn the little ones into young socialists and critical theorists.

All music to Bill Ayers’s ears. The ex-Weatherman glimpsed a new radical vocation. He dreamed of bringing the revolution from the streets to the schools. And that’s exactly what he has managed to do.”

How Teachers Learn to be Radicals - The Tentacles of Bill Ayers:

Cont. below:
-35 #28 Frank Gabl 2013-04-06 20:19

And, just to recap (prove me wrong with a brain and facts, not a meaningless thumb)

The influence of a communist and unrepentant-domestic terrorist in a Northwoods school district:

Connecting the dots to NPSD’s SOAR – Project-Based Learning Charter School:

Obama + Ayers + 50 million = Common Core: “The 30 Year Agenda”

Bill Ayers – Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) referenced in the spider web above:

BIE - Buck Institute of Education: “CES affiliate organization” linked from CES above:

Cont. below:
-34 #27 Frank Gabl 2013-04-06 19:59

BIE - Buck Institute of Education – Project Based Learning (PBL):

BIE – “The BIE Story”:

BIE – “Clients and Partners” (scroll to very last entry at bottom – Linda Darling-Hammond):

Northland Pines School Dist. SOAR (taxpayer-funded) Charter School –
Project Based Learning: (linked from NPSD page above)

-41 #26 Frank Gabl 2013-04-04 11:21
To Whom It May Concern on Either Side of this Monstrous Issue:

This is the text book definition of slam dunk. And I mean, slam dunk.

And even though I would have preceded it with a ten minute segment on Bill Ayers’ involvement, United Nations infiltration, and brainwashing in general, for now, this is as good as it could possibly get).

Note: this is primetime Cincinnati Evening News on Tuesday and the first broadcast network TV investigative segment I am aware of.

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