Summer School Program Teaches Tea Party Values

By:  Raven Clabough
08/09/2011
       
Summer School Program Teaches Tea Party Values

Students attending a summer school program in Louisville, Kentucky, were treated to lessons on American liberty that focused on the superiority of the free market, the gold standard, the American Constitution, and the failures of tyrannical regimes.

USA Today
reports:

During the five-day Vacation Liberty School, talks, skits and activities mixed conservative values and early American history, including stories about how colonists' prayers once helped turn back a threatening French fleet and the principle of equal opportunity, but not necessarily equal results.

Students attending a summer school program in Louisville, Kentucky, were treated to lessons on American liberty that focused on the superiority of the free market, the gold standard, the American Constitution, and the failures of tyrannical regimes.

USA Today reports:

During the five-day Vacation Liberty School, talks, skits and activities mixed conservative values and early American history, including stories about how colonists' prayers once helped turn back a threatening French fleet and the principle of equal opportunity, but not necessarily equal results.

There have apparently been a number of Vacation Liberty Schools for children aged 10-15, which USA Today describes as a “mix between vacation Bible school, U.S. history and Tea-Party-style conservative ideas that supporters say aren’t taught in public schools.”

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(Photo) Lisa Abler pictured with Glenn Beck
 

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