Colbert rips Common Core

Stephen Colbert plays a “conservative” on Comedy Central. When he takes over the the “Late Show” from David Letterman next year, Colbert supposedly will reveal his inner liberal self. We’ll see.

In the meantime, Colbert just attacked President Obama’s “Common Core” dumbing-down education scheme that’s being imposed hard core in California, with $1 billion dedicated to it by Gov. Jerry Brown.

Here’s Colbert:


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  1. Queeg
    Queeg 14 April, 2014, 08:06

    No sweat.

    Flavor of the day.

    375 students drop out weekly in the La school district…..will that change…….unlikely…..

    In a growing service economy attracting a never ending pool of exploited labor is not hard work…..the globalists have the formula …..feed them lunch…..give em free uniforms….show them how to work the social welfare complex for benefits galore.


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    • Rex the Wonder Dog!
      Rex the Wonder Dog! 14 April, 2014, 19:34

      Only 50% of LAUSD students actually graduate. At the lower performing schools, such as Compton High, it is only 20%.

      Yes, Compton HS has a graduation rate of just 20%. I still cannot believe it myself.

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  2. Rex the Wonder Dog!
    Rex the Wonder Dog! 14 April, 2014, 19:32

    He is funny b/c of his shtick, once he takes over Letterman and changes it will b curtains.

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  3. Bill Gore
    Bill Gore 15 April, 2014, 08:08

    I tired of his sarcasm years ago…..

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