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for abolishing government schools than the case of the seven-year-old Maryland boy suspended from school for the “crime” of chewing on a breakfast pastry to make it look like a gun.  That school officials cannot distinguish a pop-tart from a Glock pistol helps to explain the numerous failures of clear thinking attending the processes of learning in our world.  At a minimum, schools should provide an environment in which students can learn to make meaningful distinctions, a purpose this school, among others, has shown itself unable to perform.  To paraphrase Ayn Rand, anyone who doesn’t know the difference between a .45 caliber pistol and a strawberry flavored pastry being pointed at them, deserves to find out!

11:27 am on May 18, 2013