Education Subverted In Tucson Halted By State

The Arizona Department of Education  slashed state funding intended for the Tucson School District for not complying with state law over its hyper-controversial Mexican-American revisionist studies program.

The Arizona law specifically bans classes that promote the overthrow of the U.S. government, foster resentment on racial basis, and are designed for students of a specific ethnic background. All these elements are in the Tucson curriculum.

Now an administrative law judge has sided with the state, and the funding is to be retroactively slashed to last August - denying $4.9 million in funds to Tucson or 10% of their budget. Now the district has until June to eliminate the nasty program, or face another $14 million in cuts.

The Tuscon situation may be the opening salvo in a non-shooting war that is being waged by Latino groups, like La Raza. The idea that large portions of the southwestern United States be returned to a renamed super-territory called Aztlan as the red portion of the map above shows.

The deluge of illegals into California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas has given hint that a soft-war is taking place, and willing Democrats and other radical left-wingers are ready allies in this 'revolution'.