than investigate a case of lèse-majesté against The Lightbringer. Such are the priorities of Eric Holder & Co.
More wonderfulness of Common Core. So wonderful they don't want people to know about it until it's too late.
The upshot is that James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and the other
founders are largely left out of the new test, unless they are presented
as examples of conflict and identity by class, gender, race, ethnicity,
etc. The Constitution can be studied as an example of the Colonists’
belief in the superiority of their own culture, for instance. But any
teacher who presents a full unit on the principles of the American
Constitution taught in the traditional way would be severely
disadvantaging his students. So while allowing some minor flexibility on
details, the new AP U.S. History framework effectively forces teachers
to train their students in a leftist, blame-America-first reading of
history, while omitting traditional treatments of our founding