The Most Dangerous Domestic Spying Program is Common Core | Ben Swann

"Earlier this year, revelations about the Department of Justice spying
on the Associated Press were quickly followed by revelations that the
NSA was collecting phone data on all Verizon, and then all American cell
phone, users. Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing drew yet more attention
to the issue, and domestic surveillance programs have remained a top
issue in people’s minds ever since.

While Americans focus on institutions like the CIA and NSA, though,
programs are being implemented which would lead to a much more
institutional way of tracking citizens. Obamacare is one of these, but
Common Core Standards – the federal educational program – is the most
eyebrow-raising. ..."