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IVY LEAGUE SHOCKER: America Bigger Threat Than ISIS?

Shocking!!!! Students at Harvard view America as more the problem than ISIS.

For the last couple of decades Republicans, and maybe more importantly, conservatives, have been fighting valiantly to win the political battle here in America. From my perspective, it has been a “you win some, you lose some” kind of fight. It is a constant “tug of war” where conservatives never really gain the upper-hand so that real conservative change can be implemented. I think that perhaps this is for several reasons of which I’d like to briefly mention two and then perhaps discuss the third.

First, it seems that Republicans (not that all of them are true conservatives by any stretch) are always a little behind the curve when it comes to technology and how to capture the American vote. Their strategy is old school and behind the times when it comes to wooing the younger generation and getting their message out to the masses that are so readily available these days via social media, the internet, etc.

Worse than that, most conservative Christians simply don’t get out and vote if the candidate isn’t just perfect, thus many elections are easily handed over to liberal Democrats on a silver platter. We didn’t like that Romney was a Mormon so we sat home and by default re-elected Obama. By choosing not to vote for either candidate, conservatives assure the liberals always win.

In relationship to this, conservative candidates are always trying to court the middle. They are going after those “independent” voters. My opinion on that? BIG MISTAKE!!!
Republicans should speak up, loud and proud! They need to be shouting their conservative views from the roof tops so that their base gets out and votes. Let’s face reality. Saying you are “independent” is just another way of saying you are a Democrat. So if candidates want the conservative Christians to get out and vote, then they better stick to the party platform and be CONSERVATIVE.

Finally, conservatives are focusing on the wrong battle, and this report on foxnews.com proves it. While the Republicans are focused on elections, the Democrats are honed in on the next generation. They have no real need to worry about elections. All the liberals need to do is continue to warp the minds of the next generation through the well-crafted education they are shoving down our children’s throats. If students at Harvard think that America is more of a threat to world peace than is ISIS, then we have a huge problem.

When well-educated young people toss around words like “American Imperialism” with such ease and fluency, then how can we see our schools as anything less than powerful propaganda machines for the liberal socialist who is trying to destroy our nation and the principles on which she was founded. It is time for conservatives to wake up and start fighting the battle in the classroom. If we don’t change what we teach our Kindergarteners, it won’t matter how great our message is or how great our ability to campaign is. We will have lost the war long before these children are old enough to vote. If Republicans expect to win in the future, they better start infiltrating the public education sector with real solutions.

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Karen Serna

About the author, Karen Serna:

Karen Serna is a wife and homeschooling mom with two children. She holds a degree in Chemistry with a minor in Math from Angelo State University. In addition, she is a certified secondary educator. Prior to having children, Karen worked for Texas State University-San Marcos as an analytical chemist and industrial hygienist for over twelve years. Her passion lies in seeing a generation of Americans once again embrace true freedom.

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