Arne Duncan: Keep Schools Open 14 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week

| by Suzanne Venker
Like the traditional family, America's school calendar is old-fashioned, says Education Secretary Arne Duncan. "In all seriousness, I think schools should be open 12, 13, 14 hours a day, seven days a week, 11-12 months of the year."
Go ahead -- re-read that. I'll wait.

Are you convinced yet? Are you finally convinced, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that America is under the leadership of not just left-wingers, but communists. You should no longer be afraid to use that word. Not after this.

"The days of telling kids to go home at 2:30 and having mom there are gone," says Duncan. "Whether it's a single parent working one, two, three jobs or two parents working, that's why we have to keep our schools open longer."

And to think: It all began with one woman's deep psychological torment. Betty Friedan ushered in this new world of ours with her book, The Feminine Mystique -- in which she urged women to leave their homes in search of greener pastures. For mothers, she said, the home is a "comfortable concentration camp."

It only took four decades for the most significant social revolution of our time -- feminism -- to systematically ruin the American family.

Wake up, America. You are just as guilty as Duncan if you do not act. If you do not do something, you will regret it. I truly believe the Obama administration is asking for a civil war.

All other issues -- all of them, even terrorism -- cease to matter if there is no such thing as the American family.
This is sick.