Women of Washington is an educational organization with a focus on understanding local, national, and global issues that are critical to our world today.
November 10, 2017
In 1843, U.S. Representative Horace Mann went to Germany, liked what he saw and brought it home to America. Within 50 years, the Prussian education system replaced traditional education in the U.S. Horace was rewarded with the title of “Father of American Public Schooling.”
September 8, 2017
American schools graduate legislators who don’t understand our Constitution and voters that don’t know the difference. They produce journalists that no longer seek or report on the truth. Scientists are trained to put public policy and consensus ahead of scientific method. Our schools have created a population eager to erase history in the name of “sensitivity.”
September 8, 2017
The future of our nation, and perhaps liberty itself, is trapped in failing schools. This is not about increased funding, smaller class sizes or better standards. Social engineers are diligently working to destroy the intellect of the children of America, indoctrinating them to blindly accept their role as compliant cogs in the planned global socialist utopia.
Here we begin a series of articles that will look at what has been called by Charlotte Iserbyt: the Deliberate Dumbing Down of America. This series will address the war which is being waged against our nation, using our children who are being held captive in schools that have replaced the teaching of facts with operant conditioning and thought with indoctrination. This is a war against our children; a war against our values. This is a war we must not lose.
March 19, 2017
Carol M. Swain, a political scientist at Vanderbilt University,considers Islam a dangerous religion that is incompatible with Western notions of freedom. She calls the Black Lives Matter movement a "very destructive force." She has suggested that the women who marched on Washington were "fighting for the selfish right to kill their unborn babies.
"Such views have made the Christian conservative Republican an outlier in the upper precincts of academe. At Vanderbilt, where she has been a professor of political science and law since 1999, students called her a bigot and petitioned for her suspension.