What I would like to talk about is in what grade do we teach our children about the Constitution of America and the Bill of Rights? The different aged children I have talked to have not learned about either one of those. How do we expect children to vote when they don’t have all the facts of our history? This is a world history not just Washington history!

 

Donna Christian

Centralia

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Bob Bozarth

You might contact Chief Roger Morningstar of the Morton police Dept. He has started a fantastic program using the Wallbuilders format. They are presenting this to the school system in Morton. In my opinion, if we are to save our Republic, this program needs to spread across our nation like wildfire.


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