Indiana Explores New Frontier On ‘Both Sides’

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He seems nice:

Indiana state Sen. Scott Baldwin said he wasn’t clear when he said a bill he filed at the Indiana Statehouse would require teachers to be impartial in their teaching of all subjects, including during lessons about Nazism, Marxism and fascism…

…“I have no problem with the education system providing instruction on the existence of those isms,” [Baldwin] said. “I believe that we’ve gone too far when we take a position on those isms … We need to be impartial.”

I’ll just say that this is exactly where Both Sides eventually leads us; the inability to declare that something is unambiguously evil.


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4 Responses to Indiana Explores New Frontier On ‘Both Sides’

  1. roket says:

    Will the real Nazi/Marxist/Fascist please stand up and identify yourself?

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  2. lofgren says:

    Teaching that Nazism is bad is the real Nazism.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. i think we need to teach that Repulicanism is inherently evil

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