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Teacher Calls Parent "Neo-Nazi" for Questioning Assignment

Hilarious...in a kind of our culture is degrading before our eyes kind of way.

A Pennsylvania father objected when his daughter’s middle-school history teacher assigned a project about a New York Times article blaming Republicans for the government shutdown. His complaint apparently made him the target of an orchestrated response by faculty at Camp Hill Middle School, and an English teacher named Cydnee Cohen left a voicemail message for one of the parent’s Facebook friends: “We’re having some problems with a parent in our school district and on his page you are one of his friends…but I would like to know, some of it seems like he is a neo-nazi…call me…” Bonus absurdity: The allegedly “neo-Nazi” parent, Josh Barry, is Jewish.
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Lawrence Hall, HSG said...

This was on the 'net, just like that thing about C. S. Lewis being an occultist, so it MUST be true.

Sophia's Favorite said...

...To doubt a report, when you have no evidence it's wrong (like for instance the common knowledge that G. K. Chesterton was not in the Inklings, the tipoff about the Lewis thing), especially based solely on the source not being vegetable dye on dead trees (which is implied by your "on the 'net" crack), is the ad hominem fallacy.

Got any evidence the report is false? You have inside information the Daily Caller and Examiner.com don't?

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