Kyle Olson Thu, 15 Mar 2012 11:43:09 -0400 Thu, 15 Mar 2012 11:47:39 -0400 Beware the Insidious Agenda of 'Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type' <p>Yesterday's episode of <a href="">"Wallbuilders Live</a>" featured an interview with Kyle Olson, author of the book "<a href="">Indoctrination: How 'Useful Idiots' Are Using Our Schools to Subvert American Exceptionalism</a>."</p> <p>Olson was bought on to explain to co-host Rick Green how "useful idiots" (i.e. liberals) are using the public schools to promote their pro-gay, anti-business, America-hating agenda to the nation's students. When asked to provide some examples of how this is happening, Olson singled out an episode in Texas where a teacher used the book "<a href="">Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type</a>"&nbsp;to supposedly promote a "pro-union" message!&nbsp;&nbsp;And, as if that wasn't bad enough, David Barton then weighed in to warn that it was also an "anti-Creation book" because it makes kids think that cows are equal to humans:</p> <p align="center"><embed width="400" height="20" src="" bgcolor="undefined" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" flashvars="file=/sites/default/files/mp3/barton-click-clack-moo-3-14-12.mp3"></embed></p> <blockquote> <p><strong>Olson</strong>: There is a book called "Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type" - and I have gotten a lot of heat for talking about this book, but it's very clear that this book is about union organizing because the basic story of the book is that the cows are cold at night and they want to be warm at night so they go to the farmer and say "we want electric blankets." The farmer says "I'm not going to give you electric blankets, you're cows." So then the cows go on strike, and then the chickens go on strike and then, of course, the farmer capitulates and gives them blankets and it's this great story of union power.</p> <p>What some of the teachers .... have done is they find subtle ways to get this book in front of kids. And so the example from Texas was there was a teacher who decided to make this a science lesson and so, what she did was she read the book to the students and then they did a science experiment to figure out the difference between electric blankets and regular blankets. So, that's just one example ...</p> <p><strong>Green</strong>: No, but that makes sense, so then they use these maybe legitimate exercises of a science study to get the left-wing indoctrination in because I'm assuming that with a book like that, you're talking elementary school kids right?</p> <p><strong>Olson</strong>: Yeah, very young kids. I think those were kindergarteners.</p> <p><strong>Green</strong>: So you've got these kids who have never been exposed to any of this kind of stuff, have never thought about this kind of stuff, but you're already planting in their minds the whole union philosophy.</p> <p>...</p> <p><strong>Barton</strong>: By the way, that's not only a pro-union book, it's an anti-creation book because it makes the animals equal to people. Those kids who come out of that kindergarten class are going to grow up to be attorneys who fight for the rights of cows, because cows are just like we are. Speciesism .... how arrogant to think that humans are a higher species than anything else. No, God does that. That's in Genesis 1-3, different days of creation, different levels, He put man at the top, said "now you go subdue everything, it's all under you, you're the apex of this thing, you're just a little lower than the angels and I'm putting everything under your feet." Real simple stuff. But now, not only are we teaching unionism, we're going against that Biblical viewpoint.</p> </blockquote> Kyle Mantyla David Barton Kyle Olson Rick Green Wallbuilders C3 Fighting the Right 39357 Thu, 15 Mar 2012 11:43:09 -0400 Kyle Olson