Friday, December 18, 2015


What do you think about Donald J. Trump's plan to change Obama's criticized Core Common Standards education system to a new 'Freedom Core' system that emphasizes Judeo-Christian American Values?

Trump told an enthusiastic crowd at a New Jersey rally that "this was only the beginning" and that we needed to "look at ways to remove Muslim influence from our country."

Trump said he has been working with Texas and Mississippi educators with a system that would teach children American values and discourage them from becoming radicalized by groups such as ISIS and Juggalos For Allah.

"I mean, what do we need these Arabic numbers for?,Trump told supporters, "The Founding Fathers didn’t need them when they invented America — which was great, by the way, and we’re gonna make it great again.I mean we need numbers.I use numbers everyday.Why can't we just call them Freedom Numbers.I like that.Sounds better doesn't it?"

Fox News contacted famed Mathematician and Physicist Freemen Dyson about the feasibility of the Trump proposal.Dyson blinked,stared,and had no comment.

The Common Core State Standards Initiative is an educational initiative in the United States that details what K–12 students should know in English language arts and mathematics at the end of each grade.Trump claims it has been unduly influenced by Muslim Sharia Law.

"All that algebra stuff that the Muslims invented",Trump went on, "I was forced to learn that in school, by the way, I don’t know if you were too, but that’s total Shakira Law if I ever saw it, and that’s how they brainwash kids to join ISIS. What’s algebra gonna do to make America great again? I can find a much more American way to do math.It will be great."

In the fallout of CNN's Republican debate in Las Vegas, Trump could not resist the chance to needle Jeb Bush.

"Look at Jeb's campaign",Trump continued,"He has lots of money.He has a lot of analysts that use algebra.His campaign is a disaster.Algebra hasn't helped Jeb.He's dumb as a rock."

Bush has recently been more willing to talk about Trump, projecting himself as a serious alternative to the GOP front-runner while calling the real estate mogul a "bully" who needs to be confronted. On Thursday, Bush told Fox News Megyn Kelly that the approval Trump received from Vladimir Putin this week was a nod that he himself would not have wanted to receive.

"Donald is mad.",Bush said,"He's mad I beat him in the debate and that he failed Algebra.It's just that simple."