Thursday, February 24, 2011
By Paul Martin

By Coach Dave Daubenmire
February 10, 2011

I spent twenty-five years as a public school teacher and I think I have a pretty good handle on what the profession is all about.

I left public education in 2000 as a result of my battle with the ACLU for my God-given right to pray with my football teams. I walked away, I was not fired. In fact, my last year of coaching, our football team went undefeated. The “public” schools no longer represent the values of the public.

I walked away and started Pass The Salt Ministries to awaken Christians to the anti-Christ agenda of those in positions of power within the educational establishment. They control what is taught and “The Creator” is persona non grata.

As I watch the events in Madison, Wisconsin, Columbus, Ohio and soon, your state as well, I feel it necessary to shed some light from my experience and what I see going on regarding “public” (government controlled) school teachers.

These are merely observations, and although they are accurate ones, they do not necessarily apply to all teachers in all states. These are some things I have observed here in Ohio.

Most teachers do not really support the teacher’s union. In Ohio, a teacher is required by law to be a member of the “bargaining unit,” which is a code word for forced union dues.

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