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Friday, June 23, 2017
School Yanks Reagan, Levin and Coulter Books From Summer Reading List
Political commentator Ann Coulter speaks during the
Political commentator Ann Coulter speaks during the "Politicon" convention in Pasadena, California, June 25, 2016. (REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon)
The summer reading list for Mr. Ponder's AP Government and Economics class at Spanish Fort High School in Alabama is causing some trouble.

Mr. Ponder filled his list with books authored by conservatives—and libertarians. I know—right? Imagine that—a conservative public school teacher! Sweet mercy, America! Miracles do happen.

Mr. Ponder's summer reading list included writers like Ann Coulter and Mark Levin and Ronald Reagan and Thomas Sowell.

He instructed the students to spend a portion of their summer reading just one book on the list.

They could choose from books like God & Government, Black Rednecks and White Liberals, Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto; FairTax: The Truth and 48 Liberal Lies About American History (That You Probably Learned in School).

In other words, Mr. Ponder was providing the children with an alternative to the liberal propaganda that has saturated public school textbooks.

Well, you can probably guess what happened soon after the reading list was posted. The flat-tax hit the fan, as they say.

One local resident actually called the conservative authors "terrifying."

Gulf Coast News Today reports critics complained about what they called the "perceived lack of diversity of ideas, as well as whether it met the reading levels required for a 12th-grade AP class."

If those kids were reading Mark Levin books, they were more than likely reading well-above the Advanced Placement requirements.

"The slant on this list is inappropriate and unbalanced," one person wrote on Facebook—demanding a "more rounded reading list for these developing minds."

The Baldwin County Board of Education got wind of the controversy and faster than you can say left wing censorship—Mr. read more
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