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Don"t let the kids drink the Kool-Aid

Marybeth Hicks

Don"t let the kids drink the Kool-Aid

confronting the left"s assault on our families, faith, and freedom

by Marybeth Hicks

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Published by Regnery Pub. in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radicalism,
  • Education,
  • Aims and objectives,
  • Right and left (Political science),
  • Values

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Marybeth Hicks
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHN49.R33 H53 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24918375M
    ISBN 109781596981515
    LC Control Number2011028138

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Take the issue of homosexuality. Traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs teach that the practice of homosexuality is wrong. What fraction of juice in the glass did the Kool-Aid Kid drink.

Write an estimate you know is too high. Write an estimate you know is too low. Act 2. Act 2 How much was consumed Act 2 How much was in the glass. Act 3 Act 3 Kool Aid Kid (Reveal).

Let's Stop The Madness (Don't Drink The Kool Aid 10th In A 10 Part Series) Kids have lost their ability to get along and are rapidly becoming adults who have matured physically, but not mentally, or emotionally.

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Traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs teach that the practice of homosexuality is wrong. Author Mary Beth Hicks in her new book, Don’t Let the Kids Drink the Kool-Aid, argues that because America’s future depends on the next generation, our responsibility doesn’t end with our own kids.

She’s got a good point. In considering what the future holds, maybe a good place to start is by taking a look at where things stand now.

Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid. Throughout the nearly 20 years my husband and I have spent raising three kids, we’ve interacted with teachers, doctors, book authors, coaches and other professionals who try to wow you with a philosophy or mission designed to improve your child.

Comes from a religious mass suicide from poisoned kool-aid. When people are going to a meeting of a controversial group, they are sometimes warned not to drink the kool-aid.

This book is pdf to enlighten pdf educate the masses regarding the attempt by one entity of our society to blatantly introduce concepts that are harmful to the very fabric of the American family.

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Ebook isn't necessarily bad for children. The key is (like so many other things) moderation. If you make it according to the instructions on the packet or if you buy the just-add-water container, you end up with a drink that's fairly high in sugar.

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