I have an problem with the fact that public schools refrain from teaching the Constitution, while at the same time public education continues to turn out social justice warriors that claim to stand up for their "rights" when they aren't even privy to those stated rights in the first place. My question is, how can you encourage young ones to go out and stand up for their liberties, when they don't understand the word liberty in the first place, nor can they identify with Constitutional rights and the context in which they were established? This breeds uneducated zombies, or "useful idiots" as Vladimir Lenin used to call them. This term is obviously not a term of endearment, but it is not meant to be an insult. Useful idiot, is defined as a person that fights for a cause that he/she does not fully understand. College kids that think communism is superior to capitalism do not have a grasp on what communism is in theory or practice. They are not aware that 95 million + people were murdered at the hands of communist leaders in the 20th century. Instead they are taught to look up to these murderers as role models, or great men. Horrible acts of genocide, by the likes of Mao, Che, and Stalin, is not recognized as evil by academia, and if you compare the number of people killed at the hands of Adolf Hitler, the number murdered by Stalin, Stalin takes the cake. Why the selective condemnation and outrage? Our young people are being brainwashed by educators residing in academia, some of which, acted as domestic terrorists in the 1960's, Bill Ayres and Bernadine Dohrn to name a few. I have to believe that kids aren't taught constitutional rights, because the powers that be want to be able to tell them anything and have them follow blindly, any cause that seem politically expedient for progressivism at any given time. The absence of a foundation, assures that no questions will be asked when the recruiting for foot soldiers begins to perpetuate the spread of toxic leftist ideology at the most opportune time, based on current societal trends. If we are going to have young people stand for liberty, then we must teach them what liberty is, and why it is important.