High school textbook says President Trump is mentally ill – what can you do?

What I’m about to say might sound harsh, but it’s the truth: the American education system is rotten, from the inside out.


So, what’s the solution?


We need to reach the students, parents, and others that are still reachable, and we need to teach them while they’re still teachable. We must teach them why –

  • There’s no such thing as “free” college
  • There’s no such thing as “free” healthcare
  • Free markets and freedom are better than socialism and tyranny
  • And more…


That’s why I’m asking you for a donation of $25 or $50. Your donation will go directly to creating resources and implementing training for tea party activists to reach and teach the American people that are still open to the principles and values you hold dear.

Help us reach them & teach them today!


So many American students do not believe in the rights enshrined in our Constitution, they do not believe in freedom, and they have no understanding of history or objective truth. Why? Because everything they learn is through the prism of a hard-left political ideology.


For example, in 2020, many Advanced Placement students in high schools across the country will begin to use an American History textbook titled, By the People: A History of the United States, that suggests that President Trump is mentally ill and that he and many of his supporters are racist. (Parents & grandparents: find out if your student will use this book!)


Or, in 2017, at Evergreen College in Olympia, WA, angry students screamed the following at a progressive professor who stood up to their demands:

“F— you, you piece of s—!”

“Get the f— out of here!”

“F— what you have to say. This is not a discussion!”

We need your help to reach them & teach them now!


There are literally hundreds (if not thousands) of stories like these from every state in the nation (even conservative states), from both public and private schools, from preschool to graduate school.


The forces of tyranny have been eating away at our institutions, especially our educational institutions, for a hundred years, so there is no time to waste.

Thank you for joining me in this effort,


Jenny Beth Martin