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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old May 24th, 19, 06:39 AM Thread Starter
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Every American should visit Arlington. By far, the most humbling, respectful place I have ever been.

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Every American should visit Arlington. By far, the most humbling, respectful place I have ever been.
the problem is the teachers no longer educate the kids about how our country was developed through fighting/war
all they want today is a big group hug. sorry but todays education makes me sick.
as a kid in school we went to see those places and was told what happened and why
not todays standards
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the problem is the teachers no longer educate the kids about how our country was developed through fighting/war
all they want today is a big group hug. sorry but todays education makes me sick.
as a kid in school we went to see those places and was told what happened and why
not todays standards
Yes, we definitely need more history with the newer generations. Allot is skipped over, and if you don't go see things like Arlington, it doesn't relate.
It wasn't too impt to me either as a kid. Maybe it takes life to get in the way and exert some influence on what our ancestors did for all of us. Or, maybe loosing someone you know that has given the ultimate sacrifice.
Nothing much matters as a kid, cause life is waiting.
But that's no reason not to at least tell the story in the public schools!
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